Student employees are a valued and important part of Dining Services! Students are able to work up to 20 hours per week in Dining Centers, Grab'n Go locations, Campus Cafés or as stock/delivery positions. Students are responsible for a variety of different duties within all areas of the Dining location. Learn more about specific job duties and qualifications by clicking the Student Job Descriptions button below.
You will need to complete the I-9 form. Original documents that establish your identity and employment authorization will need to be presented to Human Resources to complete Section 2 of the I-9 form. To view the list of accepted documents visit the Human Resources website. Documents most commonly presented are an original U.S. Social Security Card and driver's license. International students commonly use their passport.
Hired students are responsible for knowing the Dining Services policies and procedures for quality and safe meal service listed on the student employment page.
WMU proudly partners with AFSCME Local 1668 to provide excellent food and quality service to the WMU campus community. AFSCME employees within WMU Dining Services are responsible for upholding food safety guidelines to ensure quality service. All Dining AFSCME employees are responsible for knowing food safety essentials.