Campus Services - CSC Food Production - Fall 2018

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Campus Services - CSC Food Production - Fall 2018
Housing Dining Recreation & Business Services
Finance & Business Services
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Student Hourly
Student Pay Grade Minimum:
Job Description Summary:
JobID: 5932 CSC Food Production - Student Specialist
Student staff duties include:
Support full-time staff by assisting with food preparation for various Food & Beverage operations
Assisting with stocking food & supplies in storage
Assisting operational cleaning
Flexibility to work in the following areas: Bakery, GM, Hot Production and the Ingredient Room
Commit to a minimum of 6 work hours per week
Provide a high level of customer service with a positive attitude.
Strong sense of teamwork and accountability.
Willingness to learn new duties and grow professionally.
Hours of operations:
Hours available Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm
NOTE: This operation is located off campus at the Culinary Support Center (420 Wells Mill Dr, Oxford, OH 45056)
Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications to Apply:
Must be a student at either Miami University or another area university / local area high school.
Ability to stand for a minimum of 4 hours
Ability to lift, pull, grab or reach items weighing up to 30 lbs
Must be able to follow detailed instructions and retain information
Requirements once Hired:
Completion of ServSafe Level 1 exam
Completion of the Miami University Student Confidentiality Agreement
Completion of the Miami University FERPA form (reference requests)
Completion of any other mandated departmental training
Work Location:
Demske Culinary Support Center
Application Types Accepted:
Student Application
Criminal Background Check Required:

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