Dining Services is the largest student employer on campus. Students enjoy working for Dining Services because of the wide variety of available work locations, flexible scheduling, and friendly co-workers. Dining Services offers student employees a competitive wage and an earned meal for each four-hour shift. Qualified students may be able to receive work study through employment with Dining.
Students, who work for Dining Services or University Catering, can earn valuable work experience to include on their resumes for when they graduate from WSU. Student employees also have the option to become Student Managers.
See open positions and submit an application online on Handshake. Applying through Handshake is preferred, however, you may print out the application and turn in to any Dining Services Manager at any Dining Services location.
To learn more about employment view the Student Employee Handbook.
In addition, Dining Services hires for non-student temporary and full-time positions. Visit jobs.wsu.edu for listings.