Hungry for some extra Dough?
Residential Dining services has several hourly and student positions available at our six on-campus dining centers. These are very flexible positions that tailor your shifts to fit your class schedule, are steps away from your classes, and allow you to work with friends!
- Dining Services has some of the most competitive wages on campus, starting from $10.20 / hr all the way up to $16.00!
- Every semester you return with us, you get a 50 cent raise!
- Dining Employees also receive a free meal for every 3 hour shift you work!
Working for Dining, you will gain practical work experience and skills to take you beyond the food service industry. There are several promotional opportunities and areas of advancement available as well, see below!
Come work for Dining and enhance your college experience!
Student Crew Member:
Become a valuable team member for Dining! Work with friends and begin to develop real world working experience. Develop communication, customer service, problem solving, and many other skill to take with you up the ladder with dining or onto your professional careers.
Student Work Leader:
Exhibit leadership skills and direct task training in specified areas. Become a trainer in areas and expertise as a leader for other crew members. Develop excellent communication skills with constituents and fellow employees. Performing a variety of unsupervised supportive food service work including, but not limited to: preparing meals, serving food, loading and checking dishware, delivering food, and operating all food service equipment such as deep fryers, char/steam grills, steamers, ovens, slicers, grinders, etc.
Train and guide new employees and act as a shift supervisor when needed, while completing all essential paperwork and shift tasks. Exhibit leadership skills and direct task training at all times. Will lead a crew of up to 30 crew members through a shift, exhibiting multitasking and leadership skills. The position will develop skills of leadership, communication, workplace tasks, and much more!
Manage the student and non-student hourly staff, as well as supervise day-to-day operations and other duties as assigned by the Unit Manager. The position will train and guide new employees and student trainers as well as insure follow-up training is delivered throughout the duration of employment. Learn a tremendous amount of HR related skills including; hiring and orientating new employees’ year round, disciplinary skills, and leadership abilities in leading a student organization of upwards of 200 student employees!