Sodexo/Centerplate Hiring 600 at New Orleans’ Superdome/Smoothie King Center

| June 22, 2021

Sodexo and Centerplate, who handle all food and beverage service at the Superdome and neighboring Smoothie King Center, is looking to fill 600 plus roles at a job fair this weekend in New Orleans.

These are the venues that host Saints football games, Pelicans basketball, the annual Sugar Bowl, many top-tier concerts and will host the Final Four and March Madness for college basketball in 2022.

The event is this weekend at Opening Act in Champions Square (free parking in Champions Garage) and takes place:

Thursday, June 24th: 10am – 4pm CT

Saturday, June 26th: 9am – 2pm CT

Monday, June 28th: 12pm – 6pm CT

Some items below that set Sodexo and Centerplate apart from the pack, and reinforces why individuals should come join us this weekend!

In fact, Sodexo has been named by Working Mother magazine for 12 straight years now as one of the Best Companies for Multicultural Women, an honor recognizing companies that create and use best practices in hiring, retaining, and promoting multicultural women in the United States.

Sodexo’s commitment to diversity and inclusion has been consistently recognized by external organizations and notable diversity publications. In January, Sodexo was recognized on Bloomberg’s 2020 Gender Equality Index and FORTUNE’S 2019 list of the World’s Most Admired Companies.

During the 20th annual Top 50 Companies for Diversity event hosted by DiversityInc, Sodexo was listed in DiversityInc’s Hall of Fame and named #2 on the Top Companies for Talent Acquisition of Women of Color list. This is the thirteenth consecutive year Sodexo has been honored by DiversityInc.

In 2020, Sodexo was named to NAFE’s Top Companies for Executive Women by the National Association for Female Executives, Bloomberg’s Gender-Equality Index, and FORTUNE’s list of the World’s most Admired Companies. In 2021, Sodexo launched various initiatives – rooted in inclusivity – including a new partnership with Women Back to Work, designed to help bridge the employment gap for women looking to re-enter the workforce.

In 2021, Sodexo also launched a $10M scholarship program, for Sodexo frontline employees to apply for scholarships at HBCUs and receive up to $12,000 for tuition, books and other educational expenses. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need and merit and dispersed directly to each student’s college or university this fall. The United Negro College Fund oversee the program and administers the scholarship funding. The program runs through 2030.

Source: Sodexo and Centerplate

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