Employment Position - Dining Service Student Supervisor

Job Description:

A Dining Service Student Supervisor is responsible for coordinating and supervision of assigned work areas, while actively participating with providing information, quality food, superior customer service, and a clean and welcoming environment to our residents. These functions are varied and extensive. Some responsibilities may include:
  • Assists with the training and direction of student employees in multiple areas in the dining hall as needed.
  • Required to be available for the opening and closing down of many areas during the week and on the weekends.
  • Responsible for the operation of a variety of areas on the weekends and other times we are without a professional staff member or team leader.
  • Communicates areas of concern about personnel, scheduling, equipment maintenance, and product needs to the professional management staff.
  • Acts as a public relations liaison with our customers.
  • Supports positive staff relationships with all departments in Housing and the residence hall complex.
  • Required to have a Level III Food Handler's permit and CORE training within 30 days of employment that is obtained by online training and testing.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Who To Contact:

Barb McCain
Selleck Dining
Assistant Manager

bmccain1@unl.edu
402-472-1087
Selleck Dining Office

Bob Sildmets
Abel/Sandoz Dining
Assistant Manager

rsildmets1@unl.edu
402-472-1020
Abel-Sandoz Dining Office

Marilyn McCalla
HSS Dining
Assistant Manager

mmccalla1@unl.edu
402-472-1071
HSS Dining Office
Jane Wemhoff
CPN Dining
Assistant Manager

jwemhoff1@unl.edu
402-472-1037
CPN Dining Office

Ron White
Dining Service
Assistant Manager
Nebraska East Union Cafe and Corner Deli

rwhite7@unl.edu
402-472-1731
East Union Dining Office

Job Details

Employment Period: semester/year, summer, etc.

Starting Wage: $9.50

Web application available? No

Date of notification: On-going

Hiring process: Application and interview

Additional notes about the position:

  • Schedules vary during the academic year and the summer, your schedule could be to work as early as 6 am to as late as 1 am.
  • Full-time work may be available during the summer.
  • Ability to schedule working hours Monday - Sunday between 6 am-1 am.
  • All training is provided.
  • Two weeks notice is required when resigning your position.
  • If you are unable to work your shift, you are responsible for finding a substitute.
  • You are expected to work through the final exam period.