We are looking for enthusiastic, customer-minded employees who like to work in a team environment.
All of our eight on-campus restaurants employ students and there are several different positions available, including:
- Line Server
- Kitchen Assistant
- Sandwich/ Wrap/Salad Maker
- Cashier Dishwasher
- Dining Room Attendant
- Pizza Delivery Driver
- Grill Cook
- Catering Waitstaff
- Student Supervisor
After you choose which location you would like to work, the manager of that restaurant or cafe can explain the job duties for each position and help determine which position would be best suited for you. Job duties and openings may vary between restaurants.
Flexible Hours & Shifts
You control your schedule - you can decide to work as few as 2 shifts a week, up to 20 hours per week. Like to work in the evenings? Don't want to work on weekends? No problem! You choose which shifts you want to sign up for based on your class and personal schedule.
CAS gives out up to $10,000 every year in student employee scholarships. To be eligible, a student employee must work a minimum number of hours per week during the fall semester and during the time the scholarship is awarded. Learn more about Employee Scholarships.
On-Campus Work Environment
What could be better than working at a location right next door to your residence hall or your classes? Working for CAS means never having to clean the snow off your car in the winter to get to work and that the money you earn goes into your wallet, not your gas tank.
We offer advancement opportunities that offer management training and a higher pay scale. Even if you don't plan on pursuing a career in management or food service, customer service and supervisory skills look good on anyone's resume.
To apply for employment with CAS as a student, please go to Handshake, our online job application portal, and set up a profile.
Handshake will ask you to upload an application, please fill out this file > Student Employment Application, download/save it to your device, and upload it to Handshake when prompted during the application process.
Employees will need proper documentation to complete their I-9 paperwork upon hire. It is important that you bring original identification with you to campus! A list of acceptable documentation can be found here.
CAS is an Equal Opportunity Employer