Penn State To Host Auxiliary & Business Services Hiring Event January 29

Penn State Auxiliary and Business Services will host a hiring event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 29, at the Bryce Jordan Center’s Gate B.

The walk-in event will offer full-time staff positions, part-time positions, and full-time technical service positions. Opportunities are available for food service workers, cashiers, residence hall utility workers, hospitality and event workers, administrative support roles, and more.

A full list of the positions can be found on the Penn State Auxiliary and Business Services’ website, along with the links where you can apply for full- and part-time jobs.

“We are actively working to increase our staffing levels,” Eric Cox, human resources consultant, said in a statement. “We still have a need for employees of all types: full-time staff, full-time tech service, and part-time across our entire unit. If you or someone you know is interested in employment, we encourage you to attend!”

Penn State’s latest hiring event comes just months following reports of widespread staffing shortages that led to temporary closures across campus, including at some dining halls.

For more information or questions, you can email Cox at [email protected].


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