Temporary Employment Pool for Food Service Positions
University Dining is accepting applications for our temporary employment pool for the 2019-2020 academic year. We have positions available in cafeteria, retail, and catering operations. Positions available include preparing food, serving food, and working with customers. Employees work with a team of student employees, student managers, full time staff, and managers.
Flexible schedules are posted weekly, depending on an employee’s availability and operational needs. Hours are available from 5:00am to midnight daily, during the academic year.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants may complete an online application found at https://jobs.uwstout.edu or pick up a paper application from any University Dining office on campus (224 Memorial Student Center or 160 Merle Price Commons). All online applications must include a resume. Please include all relevant information that you want a hiring supervisor to see (contact information, education, job history, qualifications, experience, etc.).
Before starting the online application process, we recommend you preview the frequently asked questions (FAQs) available at: https://kb.wisc.edu/hrs/page.php?id=21900
It is the policy of UW-Stout to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance, or accommodation in applying because of a disability, please contact us using the information below. Employment opportunities will not be denied because of the need to make reasonable accommodations for a qualified individual’s disability.
For questions, please contact: Sarah Sippl, firstname.lastname@example.org, 715-232-3599
All employment is contingent on an applicant passing an essential job function test and criminal background check prior to starting. Authorization to work within the United States is required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Temporary employment positions are not eligible for benefits in most cases.
Submission of materials does not guarantee consideration for future employment in openings of this type, since availability can be unpredictable and consideration competitive.
As an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer, UW-Stout is committed to inclusive excellence and is actively seeking applications from individuals from diverse groups; veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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University Dining Service is a self-operated auxiliary on the UW-Stout Campus with a $10 million budget. The department has three facilities that house and provide services at locations across the campus: Merle Price Commons, North Point Dining and the Memorial Student Center. There are two cafeterias, Commons and North Point, retail outlets in the Student Center, (food court & marketplace) express locations in academic buildings and c-stores in cafeterias. Campus catering and concessions are also functions of this department. The department has 43 permanent staff and over 500 student employees.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS):
What is Temporary Employment?
Temporary Employment is defined as an appointment of a person to perform a grouping of duties and responsibilities on a non-permanent, non-project basis. A temporary appointment is restricted to 1,040 hours or less within a block of time which consists of 26 consecutive biweekly payroll periods and which ends on the anniversary date of the appointment. Employment in a temporary position does not guarantee permanent employment.
Can one person work two temporary positions at the same time?
Temporary employees may work on more than one appointment at a time IF the appointments are in different positions. "Different positions" are identified by a variety of factors, such as different program areas, a different title, etc.
What does the hourly limitation mean and how are hours monitored?
The hourly limitation (1,040 during 26 consecutive biweekly payroll periods) applies to the specific temporary duties that the person is performing in an appointment. During one year, starting from the date of employment, a person is limited to 1,040 hours in an appointment. If the individual reaches the hourly maximum, but the need for the position continues, the individual must be terminated and a new temporary employment position appointed. In other words, the hourly limitation applies to the person, not the position.
Are temporary employees eligible for benefits?
Upon initial appointment, temporary employees usually are eligible only for social security, workers compensation and unemployment insurance, and certain employee-pay-all benefit programs. Most benefits become available when and if the temporary employee qualifies for coverage under the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS). Temporary employees do not earn holidays, vacation, or sick leave.
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