The University of Notre Dame will host a career fair from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Joyce Center on the South Bend campus. The school says hiring decisions will be made immediatly for more than 50 full-time, part-time and temporary service industry positions.
Positions include the following:
Baker at the Center for Culinary Excellence
Cook at South Dining Hall
Cook at Legends
Cook at the Morris Inn
Dining room server at the Morris Inn
Guest room attendant at the Morris Inn
Kitchen associate at Au Bon Pain, Catering
Laundry attendant at St. Michael’s Laundry
Retail associates at Campus Dining
Server/bartender at Legends
The university says employment benefits for full-time employees include job stability, growth opportunities, a retirement package, more than 30 days of paid vacation, sick and holiday time, medical and dental insurance, free Transpo bus transportation with a Notre Dame ID card, access to the Notre Dame Wellness Center and tuition assistance.
Free parking is available south of the Joyce Center for those attending the fair.
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