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UMass Concessions

UMass Concessions student employment opportunities. Shifts follow event schedules. Be a part of the action at Mullins Center events and concerts. Please email Chris Fisher at cmfis0@umass.edu.

Wage: $12.75-15
Location: Mullins Center
Manager: Chris Fisher
Contact Info: cmfis0@umass.edu

UMass Central Kitchen

UMass Central Kitchen student employment. Many flexible 4 hour shifts available Sunday-Friday. Please email Chris Fisher at cmfis0@umass.edu

Wage: $12.75
Location: Central Kitchen
Manager: Chris Fisher
Contact Info: cmfis0@umass.edu

Student Sustainability Coordinator: Real Food Challenge Auditor

Student Sustainability Coordinator: Real Food Challenge Auditor

 

Job Description: The Real Food Auditor works with the Director of Sustainability for Auxiliary Services to audit UMass' food purchasing as part of the campus' commitment to the Real Food Challenge https://www.realfoodchallenge.org/, a commitment to sourcing local/community based, humane, fair, and/or ecologically sound food. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Auditing a representative sample of campus food purchases (2 months)
  • Online training by Real Food Challenge organization
  • Researching the source of each product purchased by UMass’s Auxiliary Services and identifying whether or not each product meets the Real Food criteria, as defined by the Real Food Guide
  • Working with UMass Dining data and tracking team to identify accurate, transparent, mutually agreeable financial information.
  • Uploading results to the Real Food Calculator web application
  • Developing reports on the Real Food data to present to a variety of audiences.

Qualifications

  • Must be an undergraduate student with at least three semesters remaining
  • Must be willing to commit to working Fall, and Spring semester with the possibility of working in the Summer.
  • Research experience
  • Data entry and management experience
  • Good communication skills
  • Knowledgeable about sustainability and food systems.

To apply, send a cover letter explaining your qualifications, including experience with online research, auditing, and data management; a resume; and the name and contact information of two references to kwicks@umass.edu.

2 positions available.

Start Date October 2019

Weekly hours 10-20 hours per week

How to Apply: Email, Send Resume, See instructions in job description

Name/Company: Kathy Wicks, Director of Sustainability/Auxiliary Enterprises

Wage: $13-15
Location: Worcester
Manager: Kathy Wicks
Contact Info: kwicks@umass.edu

Student Supervisor @ Snack Overflow Cafe

Baristas: Execute, espresso drinks from recipes, customer service, take orders, re-stocking, cleaning, cash handling, reconcile cash drawer, closing café.

Wage: TBD
Location: Computer Science
Job Times: Friday shift 1pm-5pm
Manager: Allison Shearer
Contact Info: aneher@umass.edu

Student Auxiliary Sustainability/Waste Reduction

The UMass Auxiliary Sustainability department is in the midst of several exciting projects and continuously working to expand and improve our efforts. The Student Sustainability/Waste Reduction Coordinator will focus on a specific project to shepherd from discovery phase through implementation. The current project of focus is to develop a strategic plan for food waste reduction in the dining program.

The Coordinator will work closely with the UMass Auxiliary Enterprises Director of Sustainability and the Regional Food Systems Coordinator to support the Auxiliary Sustainability Department goals. The vision for this role is to create a viable project that is sustainable and engages staff and the campus through our values, strategies, and operations.

Weekly Structure/Monthly Structure: The Student Sustainability/Waste Reduction Coordinator will meet weekly with the Director of Sustainability and Regional Food Systems Coordinator to discuss project tasks/timeline and participate in the monthly meetings of the Sustainability Team.

Responsibilities:

This role will focus on assessment, quality control, education and outreach of a coordinated strategic plan for waste reduction that is congruent with Auxiliary Enterprises’ triple bottom line. The project will develop in a series of phases that include:

  • Assessment Phase
  • Plan development
  • Outreach and Engagement
  • Education and promotion
  • Quality Control
  • Evaluation

Each phase will include tasks agreed upon by Sustainability Director, Regional Food System Coordinator and Student Sustainability/Waste Reduction Coordinator.

Student Sustainability/Waste Reduction Coordinator will be responsible for data collection, drafts of status reports, communications/promotional material, engagement strategies, and inclusive process/practices.

To Apply:

Please review the position description carefully and submit the application included below. Please attach your resume to this application if you have one. Submit application to Kathy Wicks (kwicks@umass.edu).

Applicant Information:

Name:

Major:

Email:

Phone:

Expected Graduation Date:

Short Answer Questions:

Please use all the space that you feel is necessary to complete each question. Completed applications will be kept strictly confidential and will not be shared with anyone. Answer questions to the best of your ability.

 

  1. How did you hear about the Student Auxiliary Sustainability/Waste Reduction Coordinator position?
  1. Why are you interested in this position?
  1. Please describe any relevant skills / experience you have that will help you excel in this position.
  1. What courses have you taken that might be relevant / useful for this position?
  1. Describe one small group or team experience that worked well for you, and one that felt limiting.
  1. What experience do you have in UMass campus sustainability, if any?
  1. In what areas of your life do you wish to grow?
  1. What do you hope to gain or learn from your work as a Student Auxiliary Sustainability/Waste Reduction Coordinator with UMass Auxiliary?
  1. What are you passionate about? Please share about one thing that excites or inspires you.
  1. Please include with your application something that you are proud of. This can be anything: a story, a photograph, an academic paper, a song, a knitting project, a poem, a drawing, a recipe, a sculpture, etc. (If it is something you cannot email, please bring your piece of work to the interview.) Be creative.
  1. Please provide 2 reference with a phone number and/or email address. This can be either an academic reference or a reference from your most recent employment.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this application. Your honest responses are very important in the selection process. Email application to kwicks@umass.edu

 

 

 

Wage: $13.00-$15.00
Location: Worcester DC
Job Times: To Vary
Manager: Kathy Wicks
Contact Info: kwicks@umass.edu

Office Assistant

This job is for the Spring 2020. Looking for someone with the following availablity: Tuesday 8:00am-2:30pm; Thursday 8:00am-2:30pm; Friday 8:00am-11:00am 

Looking for a reliable student to work in our office an an asistant.  Duties will include: answering phones, sorting mail, and assisting with other office projects as assigned.  

Wage: $13/hr
Location: Worcester DC- Moving to New Africa House Jan. 2020
Job Times: Monday 11:00am-5:00pm; Tuesday 8:00am-2:30pm; Thursday 8:00am-2:30pm; Friday 8:00am-11:00am
Manager: Lissette Burgos
Contact Info: lburgos@umass.edu

Food Service Assistant @Roots Cafe/Courtside

Roots Café is looking for people to work in all areas and for all shifts including weekends.  Ideal candidates will be successful working in a fast paced environment with an ability to multitask under pressure “no experience necessary if willing to learn.”  And “Good attitude and commitment to excellence a must.”

Positions/schedule examples:

Available Shifts:              
Grill: Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
10:30a-4:30p 10a-6p          
5p-1a 4p-8p 4p-8p 4p-8p 5:30p-9:30p    
    5p-1a 5p-1a 5p-1a 5p-1a(2) 5p-1a
            4:30p-12:30a
             
                 
Back Kitchen 12p-6p   2p-10p       2p-10p
             
                 
Pizza              
11a-5p   5:30p-12:30a   5:30p-12:30a   11a-5p
             
             
                 
Register 2p-8p 7a-11a   12p-6p   10a-4p  
8p-1a 12p-6p   8p-1a 8p-1a 12p-6p  
  2p-8p     2p-8p 2p-8p  
             
                 
Espresso       3p-9p 3p-9p 3p-9p 3p-9p
             
                 
Dish 11a-4p            
             
Wage: TBD
Location: Roots Cafe/Courtside
Manager: Wendy Fox
Contact Info: wmfox@umass.edu

Food Service Assistant @ Uclub

Assists in the preparation of simple hot and cold foods using food service equipment and standard recipes; cleans equipment, production areas, in a food service operation; washes dishes, pots and pans and performs related work as required.
The Uclub will be looking for the following:
Student dishwashers Monday-Friday 11-3 $12.75
Student servers Monday-Friday 10:30-3 $4.35 plus tips
Bartenders Thursday’s and Fridays 3-8pm $4.35 plus tips
Student Kitchen prep positions Monday-Friday 10-3 $12.75
Wage: TBD
Location: University Club
Manager: Valerie Maurer
Contact Info: vmaurer@umass.edu

Food Service Assistant @ Marcus Cafe

Baristas: Execute, espresso drinks from recipes, customer service, take orders, re-stocking, cleaning, cashier, cash handling, reconcile cash drawer

The shift is mid-day, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with flexible hours

 

Wage: TBD
Location: Marcus
Manager: Allison Neher
Contact Info: aneher@umass.edu

Food Service Assistant @ Library Cafe

Baristas Needed!! Cashier handle cash transactions, take orders, makefood and drinks, stocking coolers and behind the line stocking food display case, cleaning tables, sweeping floors

Looking for a student supervisor

Same as barista but also in charge of assigning students cash drawers, counting and cleaning the drawers, counting the safe, helping employees with voids or cashier issues, making sure the café is clean and customers are being taking care of

Wage: TBD
Location: Library Cafe
Job Times: Varies
Manager: Dianne Tenanes
Contact Info: dtenanes@umass.edu

Food Service Assistant @ Worcester Dining/Worcester Chicken & Co

Server, Dish Room, Pot Room & Kitchen Assistant- All Shifts available

Assists in the preparation of simple hot and cold foods using food service equipment and standard recipes; cleans equipment, production areas, serving and dining areas in a food service operation; washes dishes, pots and pans; operates a cash register to make cash sales transactions; performs related work as required.

Wage: $12.75
Location: Worcester DC
Manager: Luanne Wu
Contact Info: lwu@umass.edu

Food Service Assistant @ Newman Center

Assists in the preparation of simple hot and cold foods using food service equipment and standard recipes; cleans equipment, production areas, serving and dining areas in a food service operation; washes dishes, pots and pans; operates a cash register to make cash sales transactions; performs related work as required. Varied hours.

Cashiers

Monday - Friday 10am-2pm

Saturday & Sunday’s 9-3 or 10-3

 

Cold station

Making wraps and salads

Monday-Friday 9am-1 pm, 1 pm- 3 pm

 

Dishwasher

Sunday-Saturday. 11am -3pm

Wage: $12.75
Location: Newman Catholic Center
Manager: Anne Loiselle
Contact Info: aloisell@umass.edu

Food Service Assistant

Food Service Assistants @ Chicken and Co

 

Assists in the preparation of simple hot and cold foods using food service equipment and standard recipes; cleans equipment, production areas, serving and dining areas in a food service operation; washes dishes, pots and pans; operates a cash register to make cash sales transactions; performs related work as required.

 

Evening shifts starting at 6:30pm, Friday or Saturday night availability required

Contact info: sstacey@umass.edu and akaio@umass.edu

Wage: $13-$15
Location: Southwest/Hampden
Manager: Andrew Lovett
Contact Info: alovett@umass.edu