Student Employment

Computer Consultant II

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800158
Location: South Quad
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $13.00
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Job Duties:
• Update and maintain computer databases and familiar with relational databases.
• Reply to emails directly from staff/students with questions surrounding meal plans, Dining Dollars, and Blue Bucks and updating that database accordingly.
• Project-based work (past examples: pricing updates, creating training guides, installing new registers, creating advanced google forms).

Desired Qualifications:
• Some understanding of SQL,HTML, CSS.
• Some understanding of basic website design.
• Troubleshoot software and hardware.
• Digital and printed menus using PowerPoint, Word, and Adobe.

Requirements:
• Programming knowledge, with some basic experience.
• Comfortable with Microsoft Office products.
• Good communication skills.
• Self-directed.
• Ability to move and transport items weighing up to 20 pounds.

Additional Information:
• This position reports directly to the Michigan Dining Assistant Director Administrative Services
• September-April, about 10-15 hours per week
• Desired: Two year commitment

Wait Staff

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800137
Location: Multiple Locations
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $12-$14
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Michigan Catering delivers fresh and delicious food, creative menu ideas, beautiful presentations, and excellent customer service—whether for a continental breakfast for 15 guests, a wedding reception for 400 guests, a reception for up to 3000 guests—or anything in between. 

As a server in Michigan Catering, you will play an intricate role in the guest experience from event set-up, serving the guests, and event breakdown after everyone leaves. Servers need to be able to work closely with other student employees, and must be able to interact with guests, solve problems, work as a team, and manage time efficiently – all with a positive attitude!

Schedules are flexible based on events; however you must be available to work on weekends.

Catering Wait Staff Workers earn a paycheck and more:

  • Starting wage range is $12/hour 
  • Free meal when you work a 3-hour shift
  • Employee Recognition Programs
  • Schedules that work around your classes
  • Opportunities to be a part of focus groups concerning Diversity and Inclusion, Sustainability, Wellness, Student Staff Development, and more
  • Opportunities to advance to leadership positions such as Student Coordinator and Student Manager 
  • Convenient on-campus locations
  • Valuable work experience to add to your resume
  • And you’ll learn important job skills including interpersonal communications, team dynamics, dependability and time management  

No previous experience required.

Hours per Week: Up to 29 hours/week with flexible scheduling

**Special instructions: Please list your location preference within your application: 

  • Michigan League Catering - Central Campus
  • Off-premise: homebase is Pierpont Commons; required traveling to client locations

 

 

Marketing Intern

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800155
Location: Multiple Locations
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $11.00 or $12.00 (depending on experience)
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

**PLEASE FOLLOW SPECIAL APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION (DO NOT CLICK 'APPLY' ON THIS APPLICATION).**

Position Title: Marketing Intern

Background: Michigan Dining is one of the nation’s largest campus dining operations featuring nine dining halls, catering services and more than two dozen markets and cafés located across the Ann Arbor campus. The Michigan Dining marketing team works to create a memorable social experience for members of the University community and campus visitors while highlighting delicious food and hosting engaging events.

Fall Internship:
• Approximate start date 8/19/2019
• Deadline to apply: 8/9/2019
• Hours per week: Approximately 15-20 hours per week, with flexibility on schedule to meet intern needs
• Compensation: $11 per hour (undergrad); $12 per hour (graduate)

Responsibilities: The Marketing Intern will work directly with the Michigan Dining Marketing Manager as well as unit managers and directors.

Overall Responsibilities:
• Assist with planning, organizing and hosting events
• Management of social media calendar and accounts
• Creation of digital and print materials for Michigan Dining
• Development of Michigan Dining website
• Conduct marketing audits
• Assist with development of yearly marketing plan
• Act as a brand ambassador
• General support

Qualifications:
• Strong computer skills
• Excellent communication skills, written and verbal
• Customer service experience and knowledge
• Knowledge of social media platforms
• Ability to work with a diverse range of people of various social, cultural, economic, and ethnic backgrounds
• Demonstrated ability to follow direction and work independently
• General knowledge of graphic design tools is a plus
• Prior marketing related experience is a plus

Learning Outcomes:
• Learn how to create and implement a marketing plan
• Learn how to conduct market research and use it to drive traffic and awareness
• Learn how to effectively manage multiple projects at one time
• Build customer service skills
• Overall business insight

Application Instructions: Email cover letter, resume and design samples to Kelly Guralewski kguralew@umich.edu with subject “Marketing Intern”

**PLEASE FOLLOW SPECIAL APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION (DO NOT CLICK 'APPLY' ON THIS APPLICATION).**

Program Staff

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800156
Location: West Quad
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $11.00 or $12.00 (depending on class standing)
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Position Title: Sustainability Intern

Background: Sustainability is a core part of the University of Michigan’s philosophy. Through Planet Blue, the university is engaging the community to meet 2025 goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, transportation emissions, and waste tonnage. Michigan Dining (which includes residential, catering, and retail units) are reducing their carbon footprint by buying more local food products for eateries, reducing food waste and conserving water. Student Life as a whole is working towards a more sustainable campus by supporting the goals and offering support to individual units.

Michigan Dining works directly with local farmers and producers to include sustainable foods in menus. It has a goal of serving 20 percent of food on campus purchased from farms within a 250-mile radius. Currently, the auxiliary is at 15.3 percent in local procurement.

Michigan Dining is among the first Big Ten universities to achieve Marine Stewardship Council certification. Sustainability culture programs aim to educate the community, track behavior, and report on progress over time.

Deadline to apply: 9/1/19 for fall
Hours per week: Approximately 10-15 hours per week, with flexibility on schedule to meet intern needs
Compensation: $11/hr (undergrad) $12/hr (grad)

Responsibilities: Intern will work directly with University of Michigan Dining units and Student Life units, as well as Michigan Dining and Student Engagement support staff.

Duties may include:
-Audit point of service signage in all dining units
-Review existing marketing materials
-Website
-Unit specific materials
-Planning and prep for future events
-Office support
-Assist with Fall and winter programming as needed ( EarthFest Planning, Farmers Market Planning)
-Sustainability projects associated with Fall or academic year implementation
-Additional composting opportunities on campus
-Assist with development of sustainability educational materials
-Other work as assigned

Qualifications:
-Knowledge of UM Sustainability Goals and Initiatives
-Strong computer skills
-Ability to work with a diverse range of people of various social, cultural, economic, and ethnic backgrounds
-Demonstrated ability to follow directions and work independently

Office Assistant

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800157
Location: West Quad
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $11.00
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

This position will report directly to the Assistant of the Senior Director of Michigan Dining.

Office duties as assigned, which will include:
-Assist with the management of the dining Guest Visitor program.
-Assist with the Human Resources hiring practices of professional staff.
-Filing, mailings, photocopying, and organization of online Google storage folders.

Desired skills and knowledge:
-Google Suite
-Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
-Good communication skills (written and oral)
-Attention to detail
-Self-directed

The starting rate is $11.00/hr and working a shift in the office permits you to enjoy a meal in our Dining hall.

Program Staff

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800139
Location: South Quad
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $11.00
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

 

Job Description:

Nutrition Program Staff will report directly to the Michigan Dining Assistant Director –Systems Support

 

Database support:

CBORD-Update Pricing & items in FSS

  • Create Recipes & Items
  • Print, Proof read Standard Item reports for recipes, maintain files

Ingredient database

  • Research product ingredients
  • Input ingredients into FSS database

Specification Information-

  • Maintain information in FSS database

Nutrition information & Signage

  • Assist Nutrition Program graduate students with office support functions

 

Office support:

  • Filing, mailings, photocopying, organization of storage areas
  • Other duties as requested

 

Desired Skills and Knowledge:

  • Experience using Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Good Communication skills, written and Oral
  • Attention to detail especially numbers
  • Self-directed
  • Prefer a two-year commitment

 

Academic Term: Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer

Hours per week: Fall/Winter 10-15 hours & Spring/Summer 32-40 hours

Dining Service Worker

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800089
Location: Multiple Locations
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $11.00
Resume Required? No
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

 

Job Description:

Looking for a job that offers a flexible schedule, a fun and welcoming environment, opportunities for advancement into leadership positions, and a place to be around great people and even better food?  

Join the award-winning Michigan Dining team as a Dining Service Worker in one of our seven dining halls across campus. Michigan Dining strives to be the leader and best in culinary excellence and as a Dining Service Worker you will play a critical role in the customer experience.  From greeting guests, to assisting in the preparation and plating of food, to maintaining the presentation of the dining halls, we have variety roles and will find the right one for you!

 

Dining Service Workers earn a paycheck and more:

  • Free meal when you work a 3-hour shift
  • Employee Recognition Programs
  • Schedules that work around your classes
  • Opportunities to be a part of focus groups concerning Diversity and Inclusion, Sustainability, Wellness, Student Staff Development, and more
  • Opportunities to advance to leadership positions such as Student Coordinator and Student Manager 
  • Convenient on-campus locations
  • Valuable work experience to add to your resume
  • And you’ll learn important job skills including interpersonal communications, team dynamics, dependability and time management  
  • No previous experience required

 

  • Academic Term(s): Fall/Winter
  • Hours per Week: 10 – 29

 

Program Staff II

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800152
Location: Betsy Barbour
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $11-$13/hr, commensurate with experience
Resume Required? Yes
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Background: The Maize and Blue Cupboard is a student-led and student-driven space centrally located on campus focused on providing direct services for students experiencing food insecurity on campus. With a focus on food as a basic human right, Maize and Blue Cupboard provides daily food distributions focused on fresh and nutritious offerings as well as a diverse range of personal items and cookware.

Maize and Blue Cupboard also provides nutritional education, counseling, and classes in a kitchen environment. Working with a wide range of local, institutional, and academic partners, Maize and Blue Kitchen looks to create emerging and effective support with a holistically focused approach. Located in the University of Michigan Sustainable Food Program lab (UMSFP) in the basement of Betsy Barbour Residence Hall, the Maize and Blue Cupboard works closely with UMSFP, the School of Social Work, School of Public Health, University Health Services, Dean of Students Office, and other student support departments.

Hours Per Week: 10-20

Responsibilities:

● Checking customers in/Intake
● Assisting customers through the retail, personal items, and cookware sections
● Stocking and maintaining inventory of service area
● Light preparation and packaging of fresh foods
● Provide information on products, recipes, and nutritional information
● Provide appropriate referrals to programs and departments
● Assist with recipe and wellness demonstrations
● Ensuring a high standard of food safety
● Maintaining a clean, welcoming, and safe environment with superior customer service

Required Qualifications:

● Experience, or interest, working in food insecurity and access, food distribution and related programs
● Ability to work with diverse range of people of various social, cultural, ethnic, and economic backgrounds
● Experience in Customer Service Desired Qualifications:
● Experience in food distribution, rescue, or case management
● Previous experience in non-profit work
● Cooking knowledge and experience with kitchen work
● Demonstrated commitment to supporting individuals in need, organization, teamwork, good communication skills, resilience and empathy

Learning Outcomes:

● Collaboration Across Difference
● Identity and Perspectives
● Motivation and Purpose
● Reflective and Relational Learner
● Demonstrated knowledge of Basic Human Needs Justice work/social justice
● Cultural Competence (DEI) and Emotional Intelligence
● Core components of CARE praxis = Compassion, Affirmation, Reflection and Education

Apply to this posting OR submit a resume and cover letter to Jessica Thompson (jesthoma@umich.edu) and Alex Bryan (frogo@umich.edu).

Cashier/Sales Clerk

Michigan Dining

Job #: 800145
Location: Multiple Locations
Department:Michigan Dining
Rate: $10.00-$11.00
Resume Required? No
Work-Study? Either, Work-Study or Non-Work-Study Available

Love working in an environment where the music stays playing, your friends can stop by and say “Hi,” and you’re first to know about the latest promotions and giveaways? Then join Michigan Dining and become one of our Retail Sales Clerks!

Your responsibilities would be centered on giving the highest level of customer service by greeting guests with a smile, processing transactions, preparing specialty sandwiches and beverages, maintaining a clean and neat location, and keeping the store stocked with snacks that every student craves.

This position provides special perks, such as smaller team sizes, late night hours so you can work after studying, free meals at your location, and opportunities to sample new retail products that haven’t hit the market yet!

Cashiers/Sales Clerks earn a paycheck and more:

-Starting wage of $10.00-$11.00/hour
-Free meal when you work a shift
-Employee Recognition Programs
-Schedules that work around your classes
-Opportunities to be a part of focus groups concerning Diversity and Inclusion, Sustainability, Wellness, Student Staff Development, and more
-Opportunities to advance to leadership positions, such as Student Manager
-Convenient on-campus locations
-Valuable work experience to add to your resume
-Learn important job skills including interpersonal communications, team dynamics, dependability and time management
-No previous experience required- we’ll teach you!

Other information:

-Academic Term(s): Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer
-Hours per Week: 10-29 during Fall/Winter (up to 40 during Spring/Summer)

Retail Locations:

-BERT'S CAFÉ (Shapiro Library)
-BLUE APPLE
-CAFÉ 32 (Dental School)
-DARWIN'S (Museum of Natural History)
-EAST QUAD BLUE CAFÉ
-FIRESIDE CAFÉ (Pierpont Commons)
-MARKLEY PANTRY
-MUJO CAFÉ (Pierpont Commons)
-NORTH QUAD BLUE CAFÉ
-PETROVICH GRILL (U-M Golf Course)
-PIERPONT COMMONS UGO'S
-SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH JAVABLU
-SOUTH QUAD BLUE CAFÉ
-SOUTH QUAD RETAIL PACKAGING
-TAUBMAN JAVABLU

**SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Please list your top two location preferences in the ‘Job Experience’ box on the application.