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Work at the heart of the University! As the most active spot on campus, the UMC is an energetic employment community that will give you excellent leadership and job experience. Because the UMC hosts a wide variety of services, we are bound to have an employment opportunity perfect for your style, interests and skills!
UMC Administration, Events Planning, Catering, Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games, Retail Food areas, and the Dennis Small Cultural Center are just a few of the UMC departments looking for students interested in out-of-the-classroom learning and leadership development.
There's also a myriad of job and volunteer positions offered by other CU Departments housed within the UMC building, including SOFO (Student Organization Finance Office), CU Environmental Center, CUSG (CU Student Government), CU Book Store, SORCE (Student Outreach & Retention Center for Equity), VRC (Volunteer Resource Center), WRC (Womens Resource Center), Program Council, CEB (Cultural Events Board), DSB (Distinguished Speakers Board), Off Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations, and more!
Undergraduate students: Apply now! Looking for mid-day hours, prefer 10am to 2pm or 3pm.
Minimum 12hrs/wk, up to 30hrs/wk.
Convenient campus location with meal benefits.
Opportunites for promotions.
Pick up application from Alferd Packer cashiers or download below. Submit to UMC Food Service Retail Office, 1st floor.
** Read attached PDF for information and how to apply. **
Graduate student with strong administrative, interpersonal, and public speaking skills. Key responsibilities: scheduling, preparing materials, training facilitation, and interpreting survey data. Valuable qualities: flexibility, ability to multitask and prioritize various projects.
7-9 hours/week between 8am-4:30pm M-F, periodic evenings, 1 weekend. $15.80/hour. Open to work study but not required.
Summer: 20-30hr/wk; Semesters:15-20hr/wk
Set up events in the UMC (tables, chairs, projectors, furniture) plus other occasional event needs; complete trash collection from student offices.
Fill out the attached application and email to Emily.Burley@colorado.edu or turn in at the UMC Reception Desk, 2nd floor.
Questions? Contact Stephen.VanZandt@Colorado.EDU
Provide building rounds and inspections for safety; room access and key control; special event security; loss prevention and other security duties. Minimum one year commitment. Paid trainings. Above average starting wage.
Must be responsible, committed to quality customer service and willing to put in time for training. Pick up an application at the UMC Reception Desk, 2nd floor. Include a resume and cover letter.
Questions? Call Elizabeth at 303.492.8011