Cintas

Our professional culture, our dedication to our employee-partners and limitless career opportunities- these are just a few benefits we offer driven professionals.

Technology Staffing Services
Facilities Services
38000
Headquarters
Cincinnati, Ohio
we have
1,200 +/-
jobs
Opportunities
Facilities Services

Cintas helps businesses of all types and sizes get Ready for the Workday® -with products and services that enhance our customers' image and help keep their facilities clean, safe, and looking their best. Our employee-partners have a true passion to get each other and our customers Ready for the Workday®. They know every job is critical, and that teamwork drives innovation. Let's talk about how you'll fit into our team and how your hard work will be recognized through competitive pay, world-class benefits, and ongoing career development.

Hiring military professionals is a top priority at Cintas. Since Dick Farmer and Bob Kohlhepp started Cintas, it's been a part of our culture. In fact, in 1990 we established one of the very first dedicated military recruiting programs in corporate America. We've maintained this initiative for so many years because the military's cultural values of
discipline, integrity and teamwork so closely resemble ours. We also value our veterans' special aptitude for knowing how to lead intuitively, problem solve creatively, and get the job done with passion and professionalism. This value extends to supporting Cintas employee-partners even when they need to take a leave from Cintas to return to the military.

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Meet our veterans

Lisa

General Manager
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Heather

Production Manager
U.S. Navy - Petty Officer 3rd Class, Sonar Technician
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Heather
Production Manager
U.S. Navy - Petty Officer 3rd Class, Sonar Technician
About
Heather

I lead and direct 65 frontline partners including 5 Production Supervisors to process quality products to more than 5,000 customers in South Central PA. My responsibilities include hiring, motivating, training, and directing Production Supervisors and individuals who are performing entry level factory work positions. Additional duties include meeting daily productivity, safety of all partners, quality requirements, and maintaining budget and profit/loss control.

Heather
's Advice

I always advise transitioning service members to be prepared for some initial culture shock, especially if they've been in for a long time. While many elements of military management style are used in the civilian world, there are some distinct differences. Some tactics simply don't translate! Be adaptable and accept change. Also, take advantage of every opportunity offered to you. Use your GI Bill, make an appointment at the VA, and network with other transitioning service members.

Craig

Training and Compliance Instructor
U.S. Army - Specialist, Airborne Infantry
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Craig
Training and Compliance Instructor
U.S. Army - Specialist, Airborne Infantry
About
Craig

My experience in the military gave me a tremendous sense of duty and honor. It also made me extremely punctual! I look at obstacles and problems as opportunities. Working with a team, adapting to my environment, and accepting nothing less than excellence are just a few of the nontangible personal skills I was able to take from the service. After leaving the military in 1996, I returned to Cincinnati and began a career in the bicycle industry. I started a family and returned to college at age 37, graduating at 44 with honors while working two jobs and raising my two children. I was hired by Cintas in 2015 as a Training and Compliance Instructor, teaching OSHA-compliance topics such as fire extinguisher safety, forklift, and first aid/CPR/AED. I absolutely love my job and plan to spend the rest of my working career with Cintas.

Craig
's Advice

I always advise transitioning service members to be prepared for some initial culture shock, especially if they've been in for a long time. While many elements of military management style are used in the civilian world, there are some distinct differences. Some tactics simply don't translate! Be adaptable and accept change. Also, take advantage of every opportunity offered to you. Use your GI Bill, make an appointment at the VA, and network with other transitioning service members.

William (Bill)

Account Manager, Global Accounts
US Navy YN3, E-4 Pentagon, Joint Action Control Office
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William (Bill)
Account Manager, Global Accounts
US Army Staff Sergeant Field Artillery/Military Recruiter
About
William (Bill)

I manage some of the top Fortune 1000 customers nationally and work heavily in the oil and gas sector. This includes day-to-day operations as well as contract negotiations that enable our field locations to provide world-class service to my customer base. In January 2019, I will reach 20 years with Cintas.

William (Bill)
's Advice

Be patient and persevere. Not everything in the civilian sector is cut-and-dry, but you have help out there � ask! We have plenty of Veterans willing to help you through whatever challenges present themselves.

Jason

Uniform Sales Representative
US Navy YN3, E-4 Pentagon, Joint Action Control Office
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Jason
Uniform Sales Representative
US Army Staff Sergeant Field Artillery/Military Recruiter
About
Jason

I served 8 years in the US Army with various positions and duty assignments.

Today I prospect, close and sell uniform and facility services to various new businesses. I have also in previous roles at Cintas worked with our existing customer base to upsell new products and services as well. I also was a route supervisor and route trainer for our Service Sale Reps.

Jason
's Advice

Use the intangibles that you acquired from your military experience regardless of your MOS. All of them apply to your daily tasks at Cintas as well. Interpersonal skills, leadership, drive to complete the mission etc. I find myself often pulling from those experiences on a daily basis.