General Student Jobs for Fall 2013 – Apply Now!
·Work experience is required, food service experience is preferred
·Interviews will be mandatory
University Dining Services is now hiring student employees for Fall 2013. Positions are available in resident dining halls, catering and on-campus cafés & markets. The types of jobs include caterer, cook, cook assistant, barista/cashier, cashier, dining room attendant, food server, janitorial and more. University Dining Services at WWU is provided by Aramark. We employ over 500 student staff and every member of our team is a critical part of our success. Students must be currently enrolled at a local community college or university to apply.
Working for University Dining Services (Aramark) at Western provides valuable experience to complement your education. You can gain practical, transferable skills, opportunities for advancement and future employment. Additional benefits include flexible schedules, meals/snacks when you work, and a friendly work environment.
Wages & Merit Increases
Entry-level student employees will start at $9.19/hr. Students can expect to receive a performance review annually each January.
An application packet (PDF) can be downloaded. Please print out the PDF and fill out all the required information. Drop off or Mail completed applications to: WWU Dining Services, Attn: Brooke Loisel, 516 High Street, Edens Hall 109, Bellingham, WA 98225-9196.
Student Employment Day
Students who are offered a position will be required to attend Student Employment Day Orientation on Saturday, September 21st at WWU. You will receive more details upon job offer.
Food and Beverage Worker's Card
It is important to know that if you come to work for University Dining Services you have a current Washington State Food and Beverage Service Worker’s Card. In accordance with Washington State Health Department regulations, every University Dining Services employee must have a copy of a valid Washington State Food Worker's card at their place of employment. Whatcom County offers the test online at: http://www.co.whatcom.wa.us/health/environmental/food_safety/foodworkers.jsp.