Attention Seawolves! There are some amazing on-campus employment opportunities for you! See multiple positions below this semester, summer and Fall 2019!
Student Peer Advising:
Are you interested in becoming a Student Peer Advisor? They are hiring four students for Fall 2019 and will begin accepting applicants in March and April!
To apply, applicants will need to submit a resume, cover letter, and tentative availability.
Students Peer Advisors make up to $15.00 an hour
Maintain a minimum 2.750 GPA and Good Academic Standing
Minimum one-year commitment required, e.g., Fall 2018 and Spring 2019
Sophomore, Junior, Senior, or Graduate-standing, i.e., 30+ units completed
Preferred on-campus student leadership experience
Preferred completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, UNIV 237 and/or UNIV 238
Knowledge of policies and procedures related to campus academic advising
Ability to work in multicultural and multiethnic school environments
Ability to communicate effectively with diverse populations in both one-on-one and small group situations
Ability to provide exceptional service to students, staff, faculty, and community members
Ability to maintain confidentiality of student records and communications
2. Campus Recreation Positions!
See a list of positions below as well as more positions and application information on the Campus Recreation website.
Outdoor Pursuits Trip Leader
Outdoor Pursuits Programmer
Lifeguard - Must have previous lifeguard experience
Super Kids Camp - Love working with kids? Looking for counselors for Summer 2019!
Low Ropes Course
Operations Floor Staff
3. Seawolf Living
Six Positions will be opening up here at Seawolf Living for Fall 2019!
If you have interest and experience in graphic design, communications, photography, videography, and social media… we may have a position open for you!
Look out for signage on campus in the next few months and check Handshake in March and April to apply?
4. Associated Students Applications close on March 1, 2019 at 10:00 am via Handshake
Must be available to work for the 18/19, and 19/20 Academic Year
Work independently on projects assigned by the Executive Director, including but not limited to, policy and procedure review and recommendation, analysis, editing and review, correspondence and communications, and office organization and maintenance.
Assist the AS Executive Director with duties related to operation of the corporation, committees, document production, correspondence, office management, etc.
Maintain and organize documents.
Organize complex financial data, corporate recommendations and other projects for public presentation.
Maintain highest level of discretion and decorum.
Must have ability to organize their own time and work assignments.
Assist students, AS officers, faculty, administrators, staff, and the public in areas assigned by the Executive Director.
Maintain and organize the schedule and office of the AS Executive Director.
Work with AS programs to produce reports, information and data for consideration by the AS Senate, as assigned by the AS Executive Director.
For more positions - Check Handshake
5. Culinary Services
Culinary Services: available positions may Include: Cashiers, Runners, Chef’s Assistants, Dishwashers, Bakers, Waitstaff, Bussers and Event Staff. Application information is on the website.
And even more on-campus positions are listed on Handshake, which is the brand new SSU jobs platform.
It’s super easy to use and you should setup an account if you have not already!