Student Life and Leadership
Federal Work-Study Job Opportunities:
Off-Campus Job Opportunities:
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On-Campus Student Job Opportunities:
Positions listed below have specific application instructions, which may vary by department. Please complete the Short-term and Student Application and follow the instructions listed to apply for positions of your interest.
Assistant – American Sign Language Lab
Campus location: San Marcos – 2 positions
Hours per week: Varies each semester; not to exceed 20 hours per week
Work schedule: Flexible
Hourly pay rate: $12.00 – $14.00
Job duties: Provide instructional and technical assistance and support to the ASL lab faculty and students.
Communicative proficiency for social situations in American Sign Language; demonstrated respect for Deaf culture and the Deaf community; knowledge of ASL grammatical features and vocabulary covered in ASL 1-4; ability to answer student questions about grammatical structures and vocabulary in Learning American Sign Language and Signing Naturally, Levels I-II; professional and courteous; work well with other; ability to run reports and operate equipment; ability to compose and communicate via email with lab supervisor, Academic Department Assistant, and ASL faculty as needed; fluent in ASL; ability to engage in academic, social, and technical dialogue while using semantically correct sign choices and grammatically accurate syntax; knowledge of interpreting-related content covered in Interpreting 1-4, including cultural respect and linguistic variations.
Contact information: Melissa Smith, Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lab Assistant – Chemistry Department
Campus location: San Marcos Campus;
Hours per week: 10 hours per week;
Work schedule: Flexible;
Hourly pay rate: $12.00 – $16.00;
Job duties: Prepare solutions, set up experiments, clean glassware;
Desired skills/qualifications: Basic Chemistry knowledge and skills;
Contact information: Tsung Lee (760) 744-1150 ext. 2509 and/or email email@example.com
Student Mentor – TRIO Talent Search & TRIO NCEOC
Campus location: Multiple locations – Palomar College San Marcos & Escondido Educational Centers
Hours per week: Not to exceed 20 hours
Work schedule:12:00 pm – 6:00 pm, including some evenings and weekends;
Hourly pay rate: $14.00
Job description: Provide tutoring services remotely, coordinate skills-building workshops for high school, middle school, and college students. Be a resource to student PSE student support services and programs. Assist current and income students with program application completion, data tracking, and programmatic evaluations. Support in social media engagement.
Desired skills/qualifications: Strong background in Mathematics/Science/English and Social Studies, and a thorough understanding of the college admissions process, including timeline and specific components of college application. Be familiar with different Social Media platforms. Being engaging and have good communication.
Contact Information: Send completed Short-term/Student application found at the top of this page to Nellie Martinez, TS & NCEOC Project Director – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theater Assistant (applicant pool) – Performing Arts
Campus location: San Marcos
Hours per week: Varies
Work schedule: Varies, based on production schedule
Hourly pay rate: $12.00 – $16.00
Job duties: Assist in the safe operation and maintenance of theater sound, lighting, rigging, and related equipment, and systems used in support of stage productions and related events. Assist in the Performing Arts Department season production as needed – availability to work evenings and weekends are necessary for the main functions of this job.
Minimum Qualifications: Education equivalent to the completion of twelfth grade, plus a background in live event technology, theatrical productions or equivalent education preferred.
Desired Qualifications: A basic understanding of signal flow and various production systems; lighting, sound, and video. The ability to work independently, and safely on projects. Experience with reading and understanding stage and lighting plots. Students that are studying theater technology are encouraged to apply.