Every year, University of Montana Campus Dining welcomes over 350+ students to join our family of dedicated student employees and professional staff members. As the largest employer on campus, we have the unique opportunity to engage with thousands of guests throughout our 21 venues and so can you! You may find your niche brewing coffee, cooking up stir-fries, or even managing a staff of students. We have many unique opportunities across campus, so let us work with you to find the best for you.

When looking for employment, we want you to know that we’re more than just food, Campus Dining means you are a part of something larger! We are a strong, connected community that will ensure you will excel professionally, all while you learn valuable skills along the way. As the Univeristy of Montana's premier food service provider, we can offer many unique benefits that you will only find on campus.

Welcome to the UM Campus Dining general application! This application is used by all UMCD units for new student employees. These varied, entry-level positions, start at $14.00 per hour and offer flexible scheduling around your classes and extracurriculars as well as a free lunch with every qualifying shift. As the largest student employer on campus, there is a place for you in UMCD!

What are the bennies?

We’re glad you asked! As well as a $10 meal voucher for each qualifying shift, UMCD invites student employees to apply for $500 scholarships, offers paid leadership trainings, and most of your coworkers are fellow students. UMCD works with your class schedule and there’s no commute if you live on campus!

How does the pay work at UMCD?

When you work for Campus Dining, you are paid for the position you hold. Entry-level pay for student employees is $14/hr., except at the Food Zoo, where students are paid starting at $14.50.

UMCD offers higher pay for students in leadership positions. You will be able to communicate with your unit manager to request promotions on a by-case basis. Leadership positions are: trainer ($14.50/hr), supervisor ($15.50/hr) and manager ($16/hr). UMCD does sometimes post for these positions separately, so if you feel you are already qualified, check back on the Submittable page and see what else is listed. Leadership roles are awarded to students who have proven their competence and reliability.

As for your paycheck, you will have the option to sign up for direct deposit when you do your paperwork, but you can also have it come to you in the mail. Paychecks come out bi-weekly. Please remember that our payroll runs a paycheck behind, so you won’t see the first one for about four weeks, but you will receive an “extra” after you have stopped working. Please plan accordingly.

What are my options?

You’ll get the best insight on which unit is best for you by chatting with us, but here’s a bit of information to help you decide where to apply:

Food Zoo: You can work in the Food Zoo front-of-house or back-of-house. In front-of-house, you’ll find yourself doing basic tidiness and sanitation upkeep, as well as greeting guests. Back-of-house is our kitchen, where you will be working with our full-time chefs to create the food we serve in the dining hall. The Food Zoo is often very flexible with scheduling needs compared to other units.

Coffee Shops: All of the coffee shops that are housed in academic buildings as well as Think Tank are managed as one unit. Coffee Shops employees may work with other baristas or totally alone to maintain these small coffee operations, doing tasks focused on guest service, making drinks, and maintaining cleanliness. Coffee Shops employees work no later than 3PM, so available hours before that are needed.

The Market: Employees of The Market maintain operations behind the counter and on the sales floor. This may include serving food, making drinks, handling cash and stocking retail items. The Market has a wide scope of operating hours and is able to hire for weekend shifts and over academic breaks. Although it is open in the evening, weekday evening hours are quickly filled, so the Market hires mostly for 9am-2pm weekdays as well as weekends.

Rise+Rooted: Rise+Rooted is located next to the Food Zoo in the Emma B. Lommasson Center. Student employees are responsible for making drinks, serving food, handling cash and serving guests. Hours run late into the evenings and will occasionally fluctuate for events.

UM Catering: UM Catering is located on the 3rd floor of the UC. Work hours are structured around events, meaning employees’ schedules change from week to week. Catering employees often work alone to set up and take down buffets as well as working together for larger events. Catering earns gratuities, making it one of the highest earning student positions in UMCD and ideal for self-motivated employees.

Concessions: Employees of Concessions help to run the concessions stands in the Adams Center. This position can be fast-paced and lively, and is a good match for efficient students. Hours are mostly weekend and evening, although some events run during the day. During fall semester, Concessions asks that all of their employees dedicate to working Griz football games.

Iron Griz/Monte’s Den: The Iron Griz American Bistro is our only off-campus location, and is not open consistently during academic sessions. Employees of the Iron Griz will be helping in the Food Court as well as helping to open our new location in the UC: Monte’s Den. The Iron Griz and Monte's Den have sit-down dinner atmosphere and require staff for front-of-house and back-of-house, just like the Food Zoo. 

Food Court: Food Court employees may help to run registers, serve salads, or work behind the counter at Big Sky Burgers ‘n Fries. Shifts are no later than 6pm, so available hours before then are needed.

Bearclaw Bakery: This is the bakery that supplies baked goods to all of the units on campus. It is located behind the wall of the Market in an industrial-scale kitchen. Student employees for Bearclaw Bakery will help prep food alongside professional bakers during early morning hours.

Please remember that our unit managers hire based on the hours you are available to work, so this is essential information. Don’t be afraid to schedule work back-to-back with classes, as you will be able to leave work 10 minutes early to get to your classes if necessary.

If the unit you would like to work with is not an option on the application, it is no longer hiring. Feel free to reapply later. Also, remember that you can move units within UMCD later down the road if availability changes. Holding multiple UMCD jobs is also an option, given you don't exceed the maximum hours/week. 

Important details:

  • All student employees must be registered (or planning to register) for at least 6 credit hours. You do not need to be studying over breaks, but you do need to be planning to return the following semester.
  • UMCD is work-study eligible.
  • UM student employees cannot exceed 29 hours worked weekly between all campus jobs. We will work with your other employers to ensure you stay below the maximum hours.
  • Work within UMCD can be fluid. Student employees can work at multiple locations, move locations, and cross-train.

What happens to the application after I submit?

Once we have your application, our hiring team sends it off to the unit managers, prioritizing your listed units and the most-needed hours for our managers. Sometimes you will hear from our units on the first try, but sometimes it takes a little longer to find the best fit.

Again, please be prepared to work with us to find the best place for you within UMCD. Our offerings are vast and our managers busy, so the process could take time. This may include speaking with or emailing multiple managers.

What do I need to get hired?

We need three things from you: 

  • ID for the paperwork. This can be a picture ID (griz card, driver's license) AND a birth certificate or social security card, OR just a passport. International students will work with our HR personnel and the Global Engagement office to get the necessary paperwork. Paperwork must be filed before your first shift. 
  • Your schedule, please fill that out on this application.
  • For you to respond when we try to contact you. Seriously, check your email and phone messages, we do not know where you live and cannot track you down.

Remember: don’t be intimidated. We want you for UMCD!


If you still have any questions, please contact our personnel associate at e: diana.barker@mso.umt.edu or t: (406) 243-6325 or our Student Coordinator at e: katharine.goodwin@mso.umt.edu t: (406) 243-6325. Feel free to use the message function on submittable to chat with us as well. We would be happy to answer any questions you have!

The Food Court is looking for a student admin! This position works closely with classified staff to provide operational support for the Food Court. We can work with your class schedule! Position pays $14.50/hr. 

 

General Description of Responsibilities

A student in the position of  Admin is expected to:

1. Reports to the classified supervisor and provides guest service support to the Food Court.

2. Independently complete assigned tasks and duties to the highest standards with minimal supervision.

3. Provide positive, professional guest service through in-person guest contact, effective telephone interactions, and/or email communications.

4. Communicate effectively with staff verbally, and in writing.

5. Demonstrate complete understanding of the Student Handbook, hiring, and scheduling procedures.

6. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale through effective communication.

Requirements of the Student Admin:

1. Currently registered UM Student taking at least six credit hours.

2. Must have excellent writing and communication skills, advanced computer skills, and a working knowledge of standard Microsoft Office Suite computer applications including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook and CBORD.

3. Must have a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills used to establish and maintain positive, productive working relationships with co-workers, guests and all other team members.

4. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Food Court specific task lists may include some or all of the following work assignments:

1. Cashier – Must be a UMD certified cashier, or become certified within 30 days, and be able to provide excellent guest service.

2. Using CBORD to enter Serving Line Worksheets, Waste Logs, Donation Logs, and Inventory.

3. Printing and sorting all Serving Line Worksheets and putting them on clipboard for morning cashier.

4. Act as support for student employees and management.

5. Filing, answering phones, data entry, and guest service in an office environment.

6. Working knowledge of the “When to Work” scheduling application.

7. Be able to keep files and data organized, and seek out areas that need organizing.

8. Keep confidential employee information safe and secure. Must maintain 100% confidentiality of personal information.

9. Be knowledgable in all areas of the Food Court, and be prepared to fill in as needed.

10. Update Food Court important phone numbers and contact information.

11. Have a working knowledge of how to schedule student employees, and to identify scheduling gaps when they arise.

12. Call students/workers in to work as needed.

We have a great resume-building opportunity for you! The Food Court is currently recruiting for a Student Supervisor to join our fun and friendly student staff. Seeking a personable, responsible, and confident individual to oversee employees, operations, cash handling, and guest relations for the UC Food Court. Pay for this position is $15.50/hr, must be registered for at least 6 credit hours with the UM, must go through UMCD's Student Leadership Training within 6 months of hire. 


General Description of Responsibilities

A student in the position of UC Food Court Student Supervisor is expected to:

1. In the absence of the Unit Manager, this position will, as assigned, supervise the UC Food Court.

2. Provide exemplary guest service to UMD guests and student and classified employees.

3. Work any and all work stations in the UC Food Court.

4. Maintain exceptional standards for food quality and presentation of menu items.

5. Be a resource for student employees seeking advancement and leadership positions.

6. Understand and be able to teach or train material found in the unit SOPs or Student Employee Guide.

7. Understand emergency procedures for the UC Food Court.

8. Working knowledge of current POS system and UMD Cash Handling Policy.

9. Working knowledge of all UMD Policies and Procedures pertaining to student employees.

10. Contribute to the success of UMD as an active member of the Student Leadership Team.

Requirements of the UC Food Court Student Supervisor

1. Currently registered UM student taking at least six credit hours.

2. Completion of the UMD Student Leadership Certification course within 6 months of hire.

3. Must be available to work on weekends and some evenings. Occasionally the work schedule will change to accommodate special events or to provide emergency coverage.

4. Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing in English.

5. Preference will be given to students with at least one semester as a Lead.

6. Ability to work between 15 and 29 hours per week.

7. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Task List for the UC Food Court Student Supervisor

1. Close the UC Food Court any night of the week.

2. Work any station in the UC Food Court as assigned or as the needs of the business demand.

3. Cashier – Must be UM Dining certified as a trainer.

4. Kitchen shifts – Must be able to follow a CBORD recipe, work the dish area or provide assistance to third party vendors.

5. Train new student employees according to the SOPs outlined for the assigned operation.

We have a great resume-building opportunity for you! The Food Zoo is currently recruiting for a Student Manager to join our fun and friendly student staff. Seeking a personable, responsible, and confident individual to oversee employees, operations, cash handling, and guest relations for the Food Zoo Dining Room.

General Description of Responsibilities
A student in the position of Student Manager is expected to:

1. Provide outstanding guest service and production support for the Food Zoo through effective supervision of student and classified staff.

2. In the absence of a classified Manager or Assistant Manager the Student Manager will act as a supervisor by overseeing the Food Zoo and make decisions as necessary to manage the food operation. This may include emergency response as required by circumstances.

3. Be responsible for assisting with student personnel functions including hiring scheduling, training and development, shift supervision, evaluation, and performance management.

4. Maintain exceptional standards for food quality and presentation of menu items.

5. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale by providing direction, training, effective communication, and leadership by example.

6. Create and maintain a safe and sanitary work environment by ensuring that all sanitation, food handling, time and temperature controls, and safety regulations are followed at all times.

7. Assist in the development and presentation of UDS special events.

8. Work evenings, weekends and/or holidays. Occasionally the work schedule will change to accommodate special events.

9. Work with management staff on scheduling the student workforce.

10. Contribute to the success of UDS as an active member of the Student Leadership Team.

Requirements of the Student Manager/Food Zoo

1. Currently registered UM Student taking at least six credit hours.

2. Completion of the UMD Student Leadership Certification course.

3. Completion of one semester as a UDS Student Supervisor.

4. Ability to work an 8 hour shift on the weekends.

5. Ability to work a minimum of 15 hours per week including weekend shift.

6. Ability to use or learn standard Microsoft Office computer applications including Excel, Word and Outlook.

7. You must have a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills used to establish and maintain positive, productive working relationships with co-workers, subordinates, guests and all other team members.

8. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

9. Must be able to physically perform all student jobs within the unit.


 We have a great resume-building opportunity for you! The Food Zoo is currently recruiting for a Student Supervisor to join our fun and friendly student staff. Seeking a personable, responsible, and confident individual to oversee employees, operations, cash handling, and guest relations for the Food Zoo Dining Room.  This is an advanced position within Campus Dining, starting at $15.50 per hour.  

A student in the position is expected to:

  1. Reports to the assigned classified supervisor and provide guest service support to Campus Dining (UMCD) and to their assigned unit. 
  2. Independently complete assigned tasks and duties to the highest standards with minimal supervision.
  3. Perform their assigned roles and be able to learn and accomplish new assignments effectively.
  4. Provide assistance, supervision, and training as assigned to new student employees. 
  5. Provide positive, professional guest service through in-person guest contact, effective telephone interactions, and/or email questions.
  6. Communicate effectively with staff through verbal, written, and email correspondences.
  7. Demonstrate complete understanding of the Student Handbook and hiring and scheduling procedures. 
  8. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale by providing direction, training, effective communication, and leadership by example.

Requirements of the Student Supervisor  

  1. Currently registered UM Student taking at least six credit hours. 
  2. Completion of the Campus Dining Student Leadership Certification course.
  3. Ability to work a minimum of 12 hours per week including the weekend shift. 
  4. Ability to use or learn standard Microsoft Office computer applications including Excel, Word and Outlook. 
  5. Ability to work with and train groups of new student employee’s as needed. This will include knowledge of all operational areas of the Food Zoo Front of House. This will also include scheduled evening and weekend training sessions.
  6. Must have a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills used to establish and maintain positive, productive working relationships with co-workers, subordinates, guests and all other team members.
  7. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  8. Must be able to physically perform all student jobs within the unit. 

Food Zoo Supervisor specific task lists may include some or all of the following work assignments:

  1. Provide outstanding guest service and production support for the Food Zoo through effective supervision of student and in some cases classified staff. 
  2. In the absence of a classified Manager, Assistant Manager, or Student Manager the Student Supervisor will act as a supervisor by overseeing the Food Zoo Front of House, and make decisions as necessary to manage the food operation. This may include emergency response as required by circumstances. 
  3. Be responsible for assisting with student personnel functions including training and development, shift supervision, evaluation, and performance management.
  4. Maintain exceptional standards for food quality and presentation of menu items.
  5. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale by providing direction, training, effective communication, and leadership by example.
  6. Create and maintain a safe and sanitary work environment by ensuring that all sanitation,
    food handling, time and temperature controls, and safety regulations are followed at all times.
  7. Assist in the development and presentation of UMCD special events.
  8. Work evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. Occasionally the work schedule will change to accommodate training sessions, and special events. 
  9. Contribute to the success of UMCD as an active member of the Student Leadership Team.

General Description of Responsibilities

A student in the position of Student Manager is expected to:

1. Report to the assigned classified supervisor and provide guest service support to UM Dining (UMD) and to their assigned unit.

2. Independently complete assigned tasks and duties to the highest standards with minimal supervision.

3. Perform their assigned roles and be able to learn and accomplish new assignments effectively.

4. Provide assistance, supervision, and training as assigned to new student employees.

5. Provide positive, professional guest service through in-person guest contact, effective telephone interactions, and/or email questions.

6. Communicate effectively with staff through verbal, written, and email correspondences.

7. Demonstrate complete understanding of the Student Handbook and hiring and scheduling procedures

8. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale through effective communication.

Requirements of the Student Manager

1. Ability to work as needed evenings, weekends, and holidays.

2. Ability to work a minimum of 12 hours per week including early morning shifts.

3. Ability to use or learn standard Microsoft Office computer applications including Excel, Word and Outlook.

4. Must have a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills used to establish and maintain positive, productive working relationships with co-workers, subordinates, guests and all other team members.

5. Must be able to work in a stressful environment, resolve guest service issues or complaints, and address workplace conflicts with student employees.

6. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

7. Must be able to attend at least two focus group meetings per academic year.

Student Manager specific task lists may include some or all of the following work assignments:

1. Provide outstanding guest service through effective supervision of student and in some cases classified staff.

2. In the absence of a classified Manager, or Supervisor the Student Manager will act as a supervisor by overseeing your unit, and make decisions as necessary to manage the food operation. This may include emergency response as required by circumstances.

3. Be responsible for assisting with student personnel functions including training and development, shift supervision, evaluation, and performance management.

4. Expert knowledge of UMD Cash Handling Policy and Procedure and ability to run a Sequoia POS system. Assisting with receiving orders, deliveries, inventory, sanitation, and when needed filling in at any position. When needed providing support to student hiring, interviews, training, and paperwork

5. Maintain exceptional standards for food quality and presentation of menu items.

6. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale by providing direction, training, effective communication, and leadership by example.

7. Create and maintain a safe and sanitary work environment by ensuring that all sanitation,  food handling, time and temperature controls, and safety regulations are followed at all times.

8. Work evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. Your work schedule may change to accommodate special events.

9. Contribute to the success of UMD as an active member of the Student Leadership Team.

Weekly duties include:

  • Manage/work small events as outlined in the UM Concessions Cash-handling policy.
  • Equipment movement and ensure proper function and placement before every event. This includes hand-held radios charged and in stands (AC) and programming registers if needed.
  • Stocking stands.
  • Before every event all stands must be completely stocked including coolers (this includes the President’s Suite)
  • Assists UM Concessions Management team with Cash Handling and deposits.
  • Must be able to cashier as needed and accurately count money
  • Additional responsibilities (They may be asked to do these on their own or with Concessions Manager/Assistant Manager or other Student Manager):
  • Bank set-up with Manager or Assistant Manager
  • Working larger events
  • Taking apart clipboards
  • Payroll and time management
  • Receiving orders

Scheduling

  • Notify employees about events/schedules
  • Help prepare stock ordering
  • Monthly inventory
  • Disciplining employees
  • Checking stand cleanliness
  • Monthly cleaning (work with other Student Manager)
  • All aspects of hiring (interviews, training, paperwork)
  • Attend all concessions meetings


Position pays $12/hr. Must be a UM student taking 6 or more credit hours. Must complete the UMCD Leadership Training course within 6 months of hire. 

Supervisor position is $15.50 per hour. Successful candidates must complete the UM Campus Dining Student Leadership Certification course within 6 months of hire. However, preferable candidates have already completed the Leadership Certification course and have experience within Campus Dining.

*Hours may potentially vary due to state and/or federal COVID-19 restrictions on athletics and events. 

General Description of Responsibilities

Stand Supervisor is an interchangeable title for Student Service Supervisor. As part of the UMD Student Leadership Team, the Student Supervisor works closely with the Student Managers, event employees (student, and temporary staff), Concessions Manager, and Concessions Assistant Manager to facilitate the smooth operation of the unit during events. This position ensures compliance with all UM Dining policies and procedures, health and safety standards, and other established guidelines during events.

General Description of Responsibilities:

1. Assist the Concessions Management team with implementation of employee training and orientation programs, establishing sound work ethics within the unit, and to give the employees a solid foundation for providing quality food and excellent guest service.

  • Provide high standards for guest service and efficiency at all times.

2. Follows up to ensure that staff has completed their assigned tasks.

  • Continually maintain the facility and equipment in excellent condition to present a clean, attractive, efficient operation to the guest, at all times.
  • At all times, follow all ServSafe food safety procedures relating to cleanliness, food handling and storage, time and temperature controls, and sanitation.

3. Assists the Concessions Management team with the hiring, disciplining, motivating, and development of employees.

4. Communicates issues with the appropriate personnel.

5. Participates in departmental unit management meetings.

6. Works as a team member with UMD management staff to encourage cooperation, coordination, and consistency amongst UMD, the University of Montana, and the community.

7. Contributes to event-week responsibilities and duties.

8. Oversees employees, operation, money, and guest relations for a specific stand.

Requirements of the Student Service Supervisor

1. Currently registered UM Student taking at least six credit hours.

2. Completion of the UMD Student Leadership Certification course.

3. Ability to work as needed evenings, weekends, and holidays.

4. Ability to work a minimum of 12 hours per week including the weekend shift. (Or as assigned in UM Concessions or University Catering depending on events and the availability of work.)

5. Ability to use or learn standard Microsoft Office computer applications including Excel, Word and Outlook.

6. Must have a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills used to establish and maintain positive, productive working relationships with co-workers, subordinates, guests and all other team members.

7. The Student Service Supervisor must be able to work in a stressful environment, resolve guest service issues or complaints, and address workplace conflicts with student employees.

8. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

9. Must be able to physically perform all student jobs within the unit.

Weekly duties include

· Have a working knowledge of and adhere to the UM Cash-Handling Policy and procedures.

· Operate a self-sufficient stand during events. Openings, closings, and event operations.

· Directly supervise stand employees for the duration of events.

· Follow the directions and instructions of the Event Managers (Student Managers, Concessions Manager and Concessions Assistant Manager).

· Maintain cleanliness and sanitation of entire area at all times.

· Provide positive leadership and training for all employees and continually strive to improve management and supervision abilities.

· Prior to Football games, Stand Supervisors coordinate with the UM Concessions Management team in order to make sure that their stands have everything prior to football game day. This includes filling stands in Washington Grizzly Stadium to stock levels of product and replace used cleaning supplies. Stand Supervisors are responsible for keeping their supplies stocked and accounted for at all times

· Game Day runners: A few Stand Supervisors are game day runner(s) which are available to assist the Event Managers. These few are fully aware of the layout of the stadium, the location of products in the WGS storage areas, and the overall workings of each stand. During events they are an extra pair of hands to deliver product to stands especially water and hot cocoa during the appropriate seasons. Also, when needed they are the back-up supervisors for stands when a Stand Supervisor is unavailable.

Now accepting applications for this semester! UM Campus Dining has a fun-filled, fast-paced admin support position opening up in the Food Zoo kitchen. We can work with your academic schedule! Position pays $15/hr.

General Description of Responsibilities

A student in the position of Student Lead II or Admin II is expected to:

1. Reports to the Residential Production Manager and provide guest service support to University of Montana Dining (UMD) and their assigned unit.

2. Complete assigned tasks and duties to high standards with minimal supervision.

3. Perform their assigned roles and be able to learn and accomplish new assignments effectively.

4. Provide assistance and training as assigned to new student employees.

5. Provide positive, professional guest service through in-person guest contact, effective telephone interactions, and/or email questions.

6. Communicate effectively with staff through verbal, written and email correspondences.

7. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale by providing direction, training, effective communication, and leadership by example.

8. Contribute to the success of UDS as an active member of the Student Leadership Team.

Requirements of the Student Admin

1. Currently registered UM Student taking at least six credit hours.

2. Requires attendance of a Lead/Admin Orientation meeting.

3. Requires a passing grade on the Lead Competency Exam.

4. Requires a “Meets Expectations” or better on the Student Performance Evaluation.

5. Requires the completion of a UDS Student Employee satisfaction survey.

6. Must have a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. These will be used to establish and maintain positive, productive working relationships with co-workers, subordinates, guests, and all other team members.

7. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

8. Advanced computer skills and excellent writing and communication skills.

9. Process Residence Hall snack orders.

Unit specific task lists may include some or all of the following work assignments:

1. Using CBORD to enter Serving Line Worksheets, Waste Logs, Donation Logs, and Inventory.

2. Organization and Printing of all Hall Snack logs.

3. Printing and sorting all Serving Line Worksheets, Production Sheets, and Recipes into daily meal periods for the Food Zoo kitchen.

4. Printing and sorting all Production worksheets and ingredient control labels for the ingredient room.

5. Printing and sorting of Production worksheets and transfer requisitions for the Food Zoo Commissary.

6. Kitchen assistance which includes cooking or meal preparation.

7. Packing and transportation of food to other Dining Services operations.

8. Filing, answering phones, data entry and guest service in an office environment

The UM Concessions Student Admin must provide exceptional guest service, have a positive attitude and excellent communication and interpersonal skills, communicate in an accurate and productive manner, be able to understand and follow instructions, have the ability to learn basic processes to complete daily tasks, be able to work independently and as part of a team, ability to perform general cleanup, and show ability and willingness to adapt to the daily needs of the unit.

Must be a currently registered student taking at least 6 credits. Computer skills, organizational, time management skills, along with the ability to be detail oriented are also required. Position pays $14.50/hr.

General Description of Responsibilities

A student in the position of Student Admin is expected to:

1. Reports to the classified supervisor and provides guest service support to the operation.

2. Independently complete assigned tasks and duties to the highest standards with minimal supervision.

3. Perform their assigned roles and be able to learn and accomplish new assignments effectively.

4. Provide positive, professional guest service through in-person guest contact, effective telephone interactions, and/or email communications.

5. Communicate effectively with staff verbally, and in writing.

6. Demonstrate complete understanding of the Student Handbook, hiring, and scheduling procedures.

7. Create and maintain a positive work environment and improve student employee morale through effective communication.


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