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Campus Dining positions

Campus Dining

The College of Wooster is hiring staff to fill the position below. Applicants must have good communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. All positions require employees to be team-oriented and dependable. Pre-employment testing required.

Food Service Assistant (1640 annual hours w/ benefits)

Greets, takes orders, prepares and serves food to customers in Lowry Center dining hall.

Retail Shift Supervisor (1820 annual hours w/ benefits)

Supervisor position in one of the campus food/beverage retail operations. Responsible for supervising staff to provide high quality foods, prepared just in time, with the highest level of customer service in an attractive, wholesome, sanitary environment. Other responsibilities include training employees, planning, assigning, and directing work, addressing complaints and resolving or referring problems.

Cook I (1560 annual hours w/ benefits)

The Campus Dining department is looking for a Cook to prepare the food requirements of the daily menu with concern for quality, appeal, presentation, cleanliness, safety, and cost. This position is responsible for maintaining the kitchen in a clean, safe, and orderly fashion. Qualifications include 1 to 3 years of experience as a cook or the equivalent in the food service industry. Must have cooking experience and have a basic knowledge of food preparation techniques.

Receiving Clerk/Custodian (1820 annual hours w/ benefits)

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: receives and stores deliveries; along with checking all items against invoices to confirm all items that were ordered and reports any shortages or discrepancies. Place items in appropriate storage. Performs stock draws, makes deliveries on campus in department vehicles, removes trash, recycling, and compostable materials from work areas; maintains the cleanliness of floors and baseboards in work areas.  Adheres to food safety and sanitation guidelines and regulations; assists in the daily, weekly, and periodic cleaning and maintenance duties. Observes safety and security procedures; reports potentially unsafe conditions; uses equipment and materials properly.

Dishwasher/Utility (1560 annual hours w/ benefits)

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: responsible for washing dishes and pots and pans according to the procedures and standards set forth by the Department of Campus Dining Services.  Maintain a clean working environment with a high level of sanitation and safety; Setup, utilize, teardown, and clean the work area equipment; In dish room: utilize automated dish washing machine; pulpier; and conveyor belts. In pots and pans area: utilize 3 compartment sink; detergent and sanitizing dispensing systems.  At the end of the shift, restock all dishes. Dishwasher experience preferred.

Barista (1560 annual hours /w benefits)

Greets customers, answers questions about products, and takes orders in Kauke Coffee Shop.  Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: prepare specialty and espresso beverages, upscale desserts and pastries, and convenience food items. Safely handles all hot and cold drinks during drink preparation, maintains stock, follows all Health Department sanitation regulations and procedures, assists with closing details at end of shift, and operates point-of-sale equipment to receive payment.  On the weekends, this position also includes working as a Short Order Cook/Cashier in Mom's Truckstop. Duties and responsibilities for this role include, but are not limited to: greets customers and takes orders, prepares and serves orders according to formal recipes or standard procedures; follows established procedures; cleans, disassembles and reassembles preparation equipment to ensure cleanliness and sanitation; cleans preparation, serving, and dining areas: including floors, walls, tables/chairs, counters, preparation area, and storage areas; follows all Health Department sanitation regulations and procedures; operates point-of-sale equipment to receive cash and charge payments for orders; and maintains a clean and organized workspace so that partners can locate resources and product as needed.

Drug Free Workplace

Affirmative Action

Posted March 7, 2014

Updated June 11, 2014

Updated June 26, 2014

Contact Information

The Department of Human Resources
The College of Wooster
536 E Wayne Avenue
Wooster OH 44691