Student Housing and Dining Services is conducting on-site interviews for specific positions. Submit an application in advance of the Career Fair for each desired position to participate in interviews. Additional information about the process will be provided following an RSVP.

Location and Time

The Career Fair is in the Wall Hall Lounge on August 7, 2024 from 10 AM–4 PM.

RSVP for the Career Fair

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Available Positions

Go to the Career Employment Opportunities webpage to see all of our open positions.


Positions include the following benefits:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Retirement/Savings Plan
  • Vacation and Sick Leave
  • Competitive Starting Salary
  • Development Opportunity/Opportunity to Grow

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Project Compost

Project Compost is a subunit of Campus Center for the Environment (CCE), a student-run, student-funded unit of the Associated Students of the University of California, Davis (ASUCD) that started in fall of 1999 from an internship with the campus recycling program. In fall 2001, Project Compost became an official unit and merged with CCE in 2015.

Project Compost pick-ups pre-consumer organic waste from the ASUCD Coffee House, the Pomology Department, the Bowley greenhouse, the Botanical Conservatory, the Salad Bowl Garden, Briggs Hall and several other locations on campus. In spring 2018, they added Scrubs Café to their route. Student staff and volunteers of Project Compost collect about 1 ton of compostable organic matter per week across campus that is taken to a Windrow compost pile at the Student Farm to be used to create compost. Student staff and volunteers maintain the compost pile by watering it and turning it weekly using a windrow turner tractor attachment. Compost is sold to the campus, including for use at the Resident Garden @ Segundo, and to the larger Davis community.