Job Opp​ortunities




DSC employs over 425 students making us the largest student employer on campus. Student payroll exceeds $1.3 million dollars per year and we offer a wide variety of positions at our various locations. Our facilities house a number of operations with various styles of service and a broad range of customers. Locations include: the DUC, DeBot Center, the LRC, and Catering. 
 

Why Work for Dining Services?

  • Be part of an award-winning operation
  • Meals Provided (when minimum requirements are met)
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Work with Peers
  • Develop Professional Skills
  • Work Study or Regular Payroll
  • Opportunities for Advancement
  • Highly Competitive Wages 

Wage Classifica​tion Scale

General Services: $8.00 
 
  • Cashier
  • Food Service Worker
  • Office Assistant
  • Ware & Equipment Washer
  • Bartender
  • Catering Wait Staff
  • Production Assistant
  • Receiving & Operations Clerk
 

DSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups, including minorities, women and people with disabilities.


 

Applications (print or electronic)

Mail or bring printed applications to:

Dining and Summer Conferences
ATTN: DSC - SHRM
1015 Reserve St 
DUC 241
Stevens Point, WI 54481
 
Upper ​​DeBot 715-​​346-38​47​
​Lower DeBot 715-346-3057
DUC​ 715-340-0076
​Catering 715-340-8727
  

  
Student staff can submit ideas for projects that will lead to operational and programmatic improvements in dining services. Initiatives must positively impact service delivery, food quality, or departmental level financials. Project heads are required to fully develop the project from start to finish. A key component of the final evaluation is to collect and submit data that shows the program is successful. For example, if there is a claim that sales have been improved, then the project head will need to submit prior year and current year sales data to support the claim.  DSC has a wide-range of resources available, so projects that involve menu changes, recipe modification, standard operating processes, and routine updates will not suffice. You MUST submit your project idea for approval before commencing the project.​
 
If your project is approved and successfully achieves objectives, you will earn a $125 bonus.
  
 
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