Choose to work in a WMU Dining Center or Campus Café for flexible work schedules and convenient work locations!
If the online application is not working, you may download, type and print out a paper application to turn into a cashier or checker at the location of your choosing or to the Dining Services office, room 161 in the Bernhard Center. A manager will notify you via email if your availability fits their needs.
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.
To learn more about student employment with Dining Services, please view the student employee brochure.
As a Dining Services Student Employee, a student team member is expected to work in a variety of different areas performing all assigned duties to assist the dining center or cash operation operate efficiently. Some positions do not include all job requirements below (delivery drivers, cash operations), and some include additional requirements (delivery drivers, cash operations and cashiers – all dining locations).