Employment

Assistant Director

201700673AP Conference and Event Services Yes 09/18/2017 Admin Professional/ Research Professional
The Assistant Director of CES assists with providing vision, supervision, leadership, and event management for an active year round conference and event operation that directly provides logistical support, planning, coordination and execution for on and off campus programs through the delivery of superior customer service. The development and maintenance of collaborative working relationships … View Details Bookmark

Employment Coordinator

201700238P HDS Administration No State Classified
The HDS Employment Coordinator acts as the departmental employment authority for most Administrative Professional (AP) HDS positions, manages the AP process for most hires for HDS, and is the main HDS liaison between all University hiring entities with a strong emphasis on internal customer service. This position will work closely with HDS Payroll, with individual departments within HDS, and wi… View Details Bookmark

Associate Director of HDS Facilities

201700700AP HDS Operations Management Yes 09/24/2017 Admin Professional/ Research Professional
The Associate Director, Housing and Dining Facilities functions as a Senior Level Manager reporting to the Director of Housing Facilities and will serve as Director when needed. The Associate Director of Facilities shares the responsibility for the overall delivery of all services performed by HD Facilities. This position will require strong leadership skills, interpersonal skills, and excellen… View Details Bookmark

Director of Mountain Campus

201700632AP Mountain Campus Yes 09/05/2017 Admin Professional/ Research Professional
The Director of the Mountain Campus administers the vision, leadership, supervision, financial management, evaluation and overall day-to-day operations of a comprehensive academic, research and conference facility in a remote mountain setting including crisis, emergency and risk management. In addition to administrative and leadership responsibilities, the Director has overall responsibility f… View Details Bookmark

Apartment Life

Employment with Apartment Life affords staff members with the opportunity to build career and life skills including:

  • Building community
  • Leadership skills
  • Developing intercultural competencies
  • Critical thinking and communication
  • Student development
  • Program development

Apartment Life offers a variety of employment opportunities and approximately 40 positions are available each year. Some positions are live-in and other positions are hourly. All staff members receive supervision and extensive required training to serve as resources for our apartment life residents.

Our annual selection process begins in January.

Hourly positions and positions that open outside of our annual selection process will be posted on JobX. To apply and view open positions throughout the year go to your RAMweb portal and visit the jobs link. Positions are also listed in apartment area weekly calendars. Questions regarding employment should be directed to sst.apartmentlife@gmail.com.

Conference & Event Services

Live and work on the beautiful CSU main campus, providing customer service to over 25,000 summer conference guests.

For more information about student positions call (970) 491-6222 or visit the Conference Services Employment Page

Applications due February 10th

 

Positions

Guest Services Team Member

Provide Customer Service and desk management for summer conference guests. Assist with conference prep and serve as a resource for the Conference & Event Services staff as well as many campus entities

  • Work May 15 – August
  • 20-40 hours/week, with hours changing based on demand
  • Pay starts at $9.31/hour + room and board
  • Attend one required information session
  • Attend training in April

Mountain Campus

Live and work in the beautiful Pingree valley located 53 miles west of Fort Collins at 9,000 feet

For more information about student and non-student positions call (970) 491-4747 or visit the Mountain Campus Employment Page

Positions

  • Dining Services
  • Office & Store
  • Housekeeping
  • Utility Crew
  • Delivery Driver
  • Challenge Course Facilitator
  • Eco-Week Instructor

Position Details

Students and non-students are encouraged to apply

  • Room and board provided
  • Summer and/or Fall
  • 35-40 hours/week
  • 2 days off/week
  • Starting at $9.25/hour

Operations Management

Operations Management hires students for work during the academic year and during the summer conference season from May until mid-August. Offerings for summer positions take place during March and April. Salaries range from $9.30 per hour up to $15.00 per hour based on skill level.

  • Maintenance
  • Environmental Services
  • Warehouse
  • Moving Crew
  • Administrative Positions

Residence Life

As a student living in the residence halls, get involved with Housing & Dining Services through student leadership and employment opportunities.

Residential Dining Services

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 $9.30 / 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 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!

Dining Services Hourly Employment

CSU Residential Dining Services is excited to announce several openings for hourly positions at our six on-campus dining centers; up to 40 hours per week. Earn extra spending money, meet new people, gain valuable work experience, and build your resume. Duties may include, but are not limited to, food preparation, serving, dish washing, and/or inventory control.

Operations Management Hourly Employment

Operations Management hires students for work during the academic year and during the summer conference season from May until mid-August. Offerings for summer positions take place during March and April. Salaries range from $9.30 per hour up to $15.00 per hour based on skill level.

Operations Management Positions

  • Maintenance
  • Environmental Services
  • Warehouse
  • Moving Crew
  • Administrative Positions