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Aramark - Food Preparation & Service Salaries in Ireland

Salary estimated from 189 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 28 June 2020
Food Preparation & Service
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
13 salaries reported
€10.27 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
4 salaries reported
€9.80 per hour
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39 salaries reported
€9.92 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
5 salaries reported
€13.69 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
8 salaries reported
€14.30 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
7 salaries reported
€11.49 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
6 salaries reported
€10.48 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
13 salaries reported
€9.95 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
9 salaries reported
€10.08 per hour
€5.10
€15.40
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How much does Aramark - Food Preparation & Service in Ireland pay?
Average Aramark hourly pay ranges from approximately €9.80 per hour for Cafe Assistant to €14.30 per hour for Chef de Partie. The average Aramark salary ranges from approximately €17,170 per year for Kitchen Assistant to €34,310 per year for Chef.
Salary information comes from 189 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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What people say about working at Aramark
  • 3.0
    Nice shop to work in. Day fly's as it is very busy. But pay is very poor.
    I actually like working in Aramark shop but I have asked for a payrise and was refused one. I'm on minimum wages (€9.80) and as a mother I find it very difficult to keep bills paid etc. It is a very busy shop and u only get to sit down on your lunchb...
    Shop Assistant (Current Employee)
    Sligo - 9 November 2019
  • 3.0
    Okay
    Hours are uncertain but a good company to get some experience with, management tend to speak down to younger staff members and treat them like children, sometimes you can be left chasing them for your wages
    Supervisor/Sales Assistant (Former Employee)
    Dublin - 31 May 2019