Are you interested in working in an inclusive, fast-pace environment with great benefits, advancement opportunities and holidays off? Apply for one of our open full-time positions - many offer $500 sign on bonuses! If you have questions, email [email protected].Apply Now
Campus Dining employs approximately 1,500 people, including about 1,100 students each year, across 32 restaurants and markets throughout Cal Poly. The dynamic and fast-paced work includes a high volume of transactions and large production. It takes a ton of energy and a sturdy pair of shoes to serve 20,000 guests every day.
Campus Dining is a part of the Cal Poly Corporation, a self-supporting nonprofit created to support the university in its academic mission. Feeding the campus is a very important part of that mission. Campus Dining’s role is to make sure students get the food and nourishment they need to succeed in the classroom, lab, playing field and life. We do this by providing delicious, nutrient-dense food and friendly service.
We know happy employees make happy customers. So we strive to maintain an environment where employees enjoy coming to work every day.Meet the Team
Our employees enjoy some of the best health benefits offered in the county.
Along with competitive wages, we offer other financial benefits including CalPERS retirement, a CalPERS 457 plan, and a 403(b) plan.
Working at the Cal Poly Corporation comes with special benefits including paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. View all benefits.
Free meals with each shift of five hours or more, or 50 percent off with each shorter shift. Not only does Campus Dining pay for your hard work, we also want to make sure that you are eating well.
Gain leadership skills, management experience and pay increases with frequent promotion and growth opportunities.
Free uniform shirt/apron/cap but some flexibility to show some personal flair at work.
Opportunity to meet a cross section of the Cal Poly community.
Build your resume and develop professional skills for your future career.
Make money during breaks in your class schedule and support your studies and overall college experience.