Kitchen person (Former Employee) – Fort Rucker, AL – February 12, 2018
My time at Intermark at first was great until they laid me off not even a month in the job but I got called back to work an everyday we were scared we would lose our jobs under the old management we were told the building was never clean enough an we were staying to long at night even when soldiers took their time eating are came late we had to rush to get done even if it mint leaving pots an pans undone the hardest part of the job was doing most of the work yourself meaning some days being by yourself in the dish room are cleaning up at night the most enjoyable thing was feeding the soldiers an seeing a smile on their face as they came through the line
Responsible for the rental of apartments, coordinating all activities and services to ensure the proper up - keep and functioning of the property. Representative for property owner at town meetings with the approach and decisions concerning the property.
Intermark good company to work with easy to maintain all that they requested. There is no typical day in the property management industry other then opening for business at the right time and prioritize what ever needs to be done. Management was for the most part helpful. The hardest part of job was that management would change software so often that was hard to keep up with. Most enjoyable part of job was working with residents and walk-in.
Intermark is a fun place to work as well as rewarding. Serving and assisting our military is a great feeling.
HEADCOUNT AND AFMIS CLERK (Current Employee) – Daleville, AL – December 18, 2012
As a headcount cashier and AFMIS clerk with Intermark I am rewarded the opportunity to provide service and assist the soldiers assigned to Ft. Rucker, Al. Intermark provides food service for the Dining facility . This company creates opportunity for growth and cares about the employees. The employees are of many different backgrounds and races. We consider each other friends and family. A typical day at work for me is ensuring that each soldier or diner is properly signed in and dressed according to regulations .Other job duties are updating menus for the meal, keeping surroundings clean and free of objects that may be unsafe . Money taken in for meals must be accurately inputted and documented for each meal.We our the first line of defense within the dinning facility and must pay attention to detail and enforce any security rules the government has established.
Cook (Current Employee) – Fort Rucker, AL – September 10, 2012
I enjoy working at intermark but I would like a job making more money to provide myself a better living.I learned how important it is to cook and store food at the right temperatures.The management does a great job and my co workers are team players.The hardest part of the job is wanting get more hours but can't,I enjoy meeting and greeting the new people everyday.