Even if you're not seeking employment, you might want to check out one of the awesome new facilities on campus!

But for those of you looking for the right job, over 50 positions are available to qualified applicants. So here's a great opportunity to explore what's in store for those interested in being part of the University of Montana team. Positions in dining, athletics, facility services, housing and more will be represented.


UM News Service tells us that the University of Montana is inviting all job seekers to campus for a career fair, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. this Tuesday, June 4. The fair will he held outside UM’s new Dining Center on the west end of the Oval. Representatives from UM Human Resource Services will provide guidance on the recruitment process and answer any questions about job openings currently listed.

And yes, UM Campus Dining is among those seeking qualified applicants. Here is what Kacey Gardipee with Residential Dining loves about the facility and personnel:

“UM Campus Dining provides an inclusive culture, great work-life balance and wonderful co-workers. Working for UM Campus Dining gives you and your family the best benefits in Missoula! Looking to further your culinary career? The new dining center offers seven micro-concepts showcasing cuisines from around the country and world.”

In anticipation of the grand opening this summer, UM Campus Dining, the event sponsor, is looking to fill over 24 positions across campus. Tours of the new dining center, which will open to students and visitors in August, will be provided every hour.


In addition to dining positions, the campus-wide hiring event will feature over 50 career opportunities, including in UM Athletics, Housing, Facility Services and others.

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Employment at UM comes with numerous benefits, including extensive health coverage, free shift meals for Campus Dining employees, partial tuition waivers for employees or their immediate family members, opportunities for advancement, retirement plans and a high standard of professionalism.

The University of Montana is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

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