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Our Dining Services staff is a highly motivated group of individuals working as a team to provide guests with service that exceeds their expectations. We employ over 500 students each semester with a total student payroll of nearly $1,000,000 per year. We offer competitive pay with wages ranging from $8.90 to $9.90 an hour (wages are subject to change depending on minimum wage increases).
In addition, you are given an opportunity for advancement based upon your work performance. Many of our student employees work in our department their entire college career and advance from Kitchen Attendant to Student Supervisor. What a great addition to a job resume!
There are many other advantages to working in Dining Services. We work around your class schedule, you get to meet a lot of great people, and there is no need for transportation with a job on campus.
The Dining Services Department has various positions in several locations, which may be available and for which you may apply.
- Cat Trax
- Dining Services Central Office
- Simply Superior
- Smoothie King/Temaki
- Wildcat Den/Wildcat Café
Learn organizational and time management skills | Make new friends
Dining Service’s employees follow a set of core values embodied by the acronym P.L.E.A.S.E.
How Do I apply?
Come to our office, Room 1103 in the University Center, to fill out an application.
What qualifies me as a “student” for work purposes?
You must be enrolled for 6 or more credits and be able to provide the employment office with a picture ID and proof of citizenship.
If I am hired, is it for the whole year?
Not necessarily. Employment continuing from semester to semester largely relies on your attendance and your performance.
What should I bring to the employment office when filling out hiring paperwork?
You must Present a picture ID (NMU ID, driver’s license, or valid U.S. passport) and proof of citizenship (social security card, birth certificate, or valid U.S. passport). Please note all documents must be the originals – NOT COPIES.
What is the procedure for getting work authorization? (International Students only)
If you are an International Student hired at Dining Services you must call and make an appointment with Aleta Nolan, Manager of Program Development, to complete your work authorization paperwork. She can be reached at 906-227-2496. Aleta works directly with Angie Maki at International Programs to ensure students complete all necessary paperwork.
Student Employee Organizational Chart
As an employee you will have opportunities for paid training in a variety of styles including:
- Cash Register Training
- Chemical Training
- Station Training
- Allergen Training
- ServSafe Food and Alcohol Training
- Emergency Evacuation Procedures Training
- Food Handling Training
- Sexual Harassment Training
- Customer Service Training
What to bring with you
You must present a picture ID (NMU ID, drivers license, or valid U.S. passport) and proof of citizenship (social security card, birth certificate, or valid U.S. passport.) Please note all documents must be ORIGINAL COPIES – not a copy or scan.
Visit the Dining Services Student Employment Website to upload your class schedule, view your evaluations, and find information on policies, procedures, and training.
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Address: 1103 University Center – Employment Office