Campus Dining is committed to the success of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors by nourishing them to be their healthy best while caring for the environment. If you are a chef by profession, love to mentor and teach, are a student at heart, and believe that community engagement happens around food, we’d love to hear from you! We welcome team members who share our passion for serving and caring for our community through exceptional dining experiences. In collaboration with our campus partners, we craft culinary programs that deliver unique memorable experiences. Campus Dining brings together expertise in culinary, wellness, sustainability, procurement and hospitality to develop innovative programs in support of our diverse community. Our award winning food program is based on scientific and evidence-based principles of healthy sustainable menus that are prepared by our culinary team with high-quality ingredients.
We invite you to be part of our dynamic culinary team, grow as an individual and make an impact in a place where people, quality and value mean everything.
The Food Service Worker is responsible for performing numerous tasks relative to cold food preparation, service and warewashing. Specific functions include preparation of cold foods utilizing standardized recipes, setting up dining rooms and servery, serving food busing tables, and proper garbage disposal and sanitation procedures.
Work Schedule Requirements/Information
Essential Job Functions
stand or walk up to 2 hours at one time for a total of 6-8 hours per day;
sit for no more than 2 hours during an 8 hour day, except for cashiers and card checkers who may sit for 2 – 4 hours at one time for a total of 4 – 6 hours per day;
drive for no more than 30 minutes at one time;
lift or carry up to 30 pounds in a range of motions from floor to overhead frequently (34 – 66% of the workday);
lift or carry up to 50 pounds in a range of motions from floor to chest height occasionally (less than 33% of the workday);
push or pull using forces up to 50 pounds occasionally (less than 33 % of the workday);
use arms and hands for simple grasping, fine manipulation, pushing or pulling with forces up to 5 pounds continuously (67 – 100% of the workday) and up to 30 pounds frequently (34 – 66% of the workday);
bend, squat, kneel, climb stairs, reach overhead, lift overhead occasionally (less than 33% of the work day);
work under a range of temperature conditions (e.g., kitchens, walk-in refrigerators and freezers, etc);
possess physical agility, full range of motion, and ability to maintain balance.
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW