Student Employment in Housing

Catering Assistant III
Starts at $9.65/hour
Job Description: Under the direct supervision of a Banquet Manager work with a team providing customer service and a variety of tasks for UCLA Catering including independent preparation, gather, transport and set-up of catered items for scheduled events on and off campus, service of full service meals to clients, and maintenance and sanitation of vehicles, kitchen, and equipment. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Ability to interact in a team based environment. Skill in interacting effectively with guests team members and supervisors/managers in a high volume public contact setting using positive body language, direct eye contact, active listening, problem solving techniques. Catering experience a plus.
To apply, please contact Catering Services at (310) 825-8770.

Dining Services Assistant III
Starts at $9.65/hour
Job Description: If you are looking for a great place to work, then UCLA Dining Services is the place for you! We offer great pay, convenient locations, and flexible schedules. Students serve customers, help the cooks with basic food preparation, and do light cleaning in our award-winning
restaurants. Students start at $9.65/hour and promotional opportunities are available! In addition to the hourly salary, students who work 125 hours per quarter and 2 shifts during finals week, will receive a $100.00 bonus!!!
Qualifications: We are looking for student team members with excellent customer service skills and a desire to work. To Apply: You can apply directly at any of our Restaurants-DeNeve Dining, Covel Dining, Feast at Rieber, Hedrick Dining, Bruin Café, Café 1919 and Rendezvous.
To apply, please contact Dining Services at (310) 206-2077.

Dining Services Assistant IV
Starts at $10.00/hour
Job Description: Provide administrative support to a Residential Restaurant. Enter information into database programs with speed and accuracy. Prepare and type an assortment of forms, reports and memos. Create spreadsheets, PowerPoint, and other reports for management. Maintain and update files. Provide additional support by photocopying, answering phones, and distributing and picking up materials. Other duties as assigned including assisting in the restaurants with service and clean-up as needed. Must be available to work every week, including the 1st and last weeks of each quarter.
Qualifications: Computer skills sufficient to input data with speed and accuracy. Working knowledge of computers including Windows, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. Ability to accurately reconcile ledgers, create and maintain filing systems, and input large quantities of data. Skill in prioritizing assignments to complete work in a timely manner. Ability to work independently and complete tasks by specified deadlines. Ability to interact effectively with students and staff at all organizational levels and in various campus departments. Skill in dealing with confidential material.
To apply, please contact Dining Services at (310) 206-2077.

Dining Services Assistant IV
Starts at $11.50/hour
Job Description: Assist management with the operation, maintenance, sanitation, and safety of a restaurant. Responsible for setting up each meal appropriately, including ensuring menu board is correctly displayed, all employees are present and in uniform, all menu items are available with proper signage and service utensils, plates and silverware are stocked, and dining room is clean. Ensure that meal service meets appropriate standards throughout the meal, and that dining room is cleaned properly at the end of every meal. Ensure that access to dining rooms limited to authorized residents and their paid guests. Respond to customer concerns in a professional manner. Assist with food inventory and special projects. Other duties as assigned by Dining Service Managers.
Qualifications: Six months experience in Food Service operations preferred. Demonstrated leadership qualities to oversee a successful meal service. Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, provide outstanding customer service, and direction to team members. Working knowledge of the rules of sanitation and safety as applied to kitchens, food, dining areas, and storage supplies areas preferred. Skill in prioritizing assignments. Skill in using Word and Excel.
To apply, please contact Dining Services at (310) 206-2077.

Dining Services Central Office Assistant IV
Starts at $10.00/hour
Job Description: Assist UCLA Dining Services with the maintenance of a nutritional information. Duties include: set-up and maintain the nutrient data for all recipes served; cross-reference ingredients in our computerized database to the corresponding nutrient data in the USDA nutrient database; research nutrient data for specialty and brand name items; identify the nutrients to display on the web page. Also, assist UCLA Dining Services in researching ingredient information for students on special diets, such as gluten-free. Respond to student requests for the nutrient breakdown of items. Additional duties may be assigned based on UCLA Dining Services needs and applicant’s personal and professional interests.
Qualifications: Public Health student with a strong interest in nutrition. Knowledge of Pan-Asian cuisine, ingredients and recipes preferred. Computer skills sufficient to input data with speed and accuracy. Working knowledge of computers including Windows, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. Skill in prioritizing assignments to complete work in a timely manner. Ability to work independently and complete tasks by specified deadlines. Ability to interact effectively with students and staff at all organizational levels and in various campus departments. Skill in dealing with confidential material.
To apply, please contact Dining Services Central Office at (310) 825-9659.

Housing Services Assistant IV (Night Auditor)
Starts at $10.00/hours
Job Description: Under the general direction of the Housing Services Database Manager, the Student Night Auditor will perform the end of day process for Conference and Catering billing. Responsible for data entry, reconciliation of sub-audits, and light-volume filing. Work schedule is Sunday through Thursday in the early evening hours, approximately 8 to 10 hours a week.
Qualifications: Demonstrated knowledge of IBM compatible PCs and Microsoft Word and Excel applications. Skill in operating a 10-Key adding machine and ability to type with speed and accuracy. Must be able to work independently. Applicant hired will be fingerprinted.
To apply, please contact Housing Services at (310) 206-7011.

Meeting Room Services Assistant III
Starts at $9.65/hour
Job Description: Under the direction of the Meeting Room Managers, work with a team providing the set-up, take-down and maintenance of meeting rooms and outdoor areas for conference events. Responsible for moving tables, chairs, and audio-visual equipment to and from designated UCLA meeting rooms facilities. Ensure proper handling of equipment and supplies. Assist with inventory and maintenance of all equipment. Interact with event staff and conference guests to ensure that customer needs are met. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Knowledge of audio-visual equipment, such as laptops, data projectors, TV/VCR’s, speakers and microphones. Ability to work as part of a team to complete assignments in an efficient and professional manner. Demonstrated customer service skills and experience responding to client needs preferred. Must be able to lift and move tables and chairs (up to 25 lbs.) on a daily basis. Must be able to work a flexible schedule to ensure operational needs are met.
To apply, please contact Meeting Room Services at (310) 206-7021.

OCH Dispatch Assistant III
Starts at $8.76/hours
Job Description: Under the direction of the Access Control Managers and Access Control Supervisors, assist in the operation of an evening residence hall Access Control program. General duties include monitoring resident/guest access into buildings, issuing guest passes, checking building emergency exits and alarms, assisting students and guests with campus/housing related questions and/or problems, light clerical assignments, and assisting in building emergencies and evacuations.
Qualifications: Must be extremely comfortable working during late night/early morning hours (shifts are from 9:00 pm - 1:00 am and/or 1:00 - 5:00 am). Experience in a customer service related field and possess excellent people skills. Demonstrated leadership qualities. Ability to read, write, and perform arithmetic calculations. Skill in prioritizing assignments. Continued employment contingent upon satisfactory background investigation.
To apply, please contact OCH Dispatch at (310) 206-9633.

Office of Residential Life (ORL)
ORL also has student employment/leadership opportunities available.  Please visit https://reslife.ucla.edu/employment/ to view their complete list.

Rooms Division Front Desk Assistant III
Starts at $8.76/hour
Job Description: Under the direction of the Residence Hall Manager, Assistant Residence Manager, and Student Supervisors, assist in all of our operation duties. General duties include answering phones, interact with guests and residents on a daily basis, give out general campus information, assist in evacuating in emergency situation, escort vendors to perspective areas, rooms checks/sweeps, mail, meal coupon distribution, distribute keys to housekeeping and tracking with a key log, use of register, etc.
Qualifications: Must be extremely comfortable working during late night/early morning hours (shifts are variable and we are open 24 hours). Experience in a customer service related field and possess excellent people skills. Demonstrated leadership qualities. Ability to read, write, and perform arithmetic calculations. Skill in prioritizing assignments. Continued employment contingent upon satisfactory background investigation. MUST BE ABLE TO WORK OVER WEEKENDS, SOME HOLIDAYS, AND LATE NIGHT/EARLY MORNING SHIFTS.
To apply, please go to the residential front desk where you would like to work and ask to speak to the manager.

Rooms Division Front Desk Assistant IV
Starts at $9.37/hour
Job Description: Under the direction of the Residence Hall Manager, provide service for residents. Assist residence and conference guests with all requests/services provided by the University and Conference and Event Management. Overlook front deskers and handle back office responsibilities.
Qualifications: Demonstrated leadership qualities. Ability to read, write, and perform arithmetic calculations. Skill in prioritizing assignments. Excellent people skills. Continued employment contingent upon satisfactory background investigation. Prefer applicants to be residents of On-Campus Housing.
To apply, please go to the residential front desk where you would like to work and ask to speak to the manager.

Student Technology Center Assistant I
Starts at $10.30/hour
Job Description: Must be able to demonstrate mastery above all previous evaluations including: Demonstrated ability to complete projects assigned in a proficient and timely manner. Ability to independently pick up projects and see them through without constant supervision. Demonstrated ability to supervise student technicians and assign sub-projects accordingly. Demonstrated ability to make effective, independent, on-the-spot decisions regarding trouble ticket and repair activity of PC’s and Mac’s. Ability to help train new employees on the register, help desk, and other customized software necessary to operate the front desk PC’s and Mac’s. Ability to help train new employees on our lab equipment. Independently complete projects as to assist with the management of STC. Demonstrated ability to work a flexible schedule and to fill in for others as needed.
Qualifications: Demonstrated initiative in independently researching and developing new areas of Help Desk related expertise. Demonstrated leadership and supervisory effectiveness. Demonstrated ability to independently comprehend and complete short- and long-term projects in a proficient and timely manner. Demonstrated ability to maintain professional relationships with colleagues at all levels within the organization, and provide assistance to different departmental teams. Demonstrated consistent skill in leadership and supervision. Demonstrated ability to assist the supervisor in training new consultants. Demonstrated ability to provide advanced technical support for consultants, including with regard to e-mail, and provide supervisory support when the supervisor is not available. Demonstrated advanced skill in completing special projects, as needed, in support of the Help Desk team and the customer community.
To apply, please contact the STC at (310) 825-3400.

Student Technology Center Assistant IV
Starts at $12.09/hour
Job Description: Under the direction of the Student Technology Center’s Technical Support Supervisor the PC Technician takes care of basic networking and computer trouble shooting over the phone as well as in person. Duties include answering escalated phone calls, troubleshooting all kinds of computer related issues, repairing computer hard ware and soft ware issues, entering trouble tickets into our help desk system and assisting customers with copying, printing and usage of our lab computers.
Qualifications: UCLA student. Must be able to provide customer service support to students, guests, faculty, and staff. Prefer ability to  open computer cases and install PCI, AGP, and ISA devices. Prefer ability to name and describe computer hardware and parts. Prefer demonstrated hardware and software trouble-shooting skills.  Must be able to work well with others and work efficiently on assigned tasks. Must show improved ability to diagnose and repair PC and MAC hardware and software. Must be able to manage their own work load.
To apply, please contact the STC at (310) 825-3400.

University Apartments Assistant III
Starts at $9.00/hour
Job Description: Provide office staff support at the UCLA University Apartments North Rental Office. Assist customers on the phone and in-person. Screen incoming calls. Assist the Facilities Department with work orders. Answer questions, provide information or refer. Work with Undergraduate, Graduate and Faculty Rental Coordinators, initiate/receive phone calls to obtain or convey information and assist with projects as needed. Other general administrative/clerical duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Must be enrolled and registered as a UCLA student. Demonstrated computer skills to include Windows Word, Excel, and Outlook. Possess a friendly and outgoing demeanor and the ability to work well with others.
To apply, please contact University Apartments North at (310) 983-1300.