We are continually searching for qualified individuals to join our diverse and dynamic community.
To apply for an hourly position, you must submit a resume and cover letter. Both must be in Word format and should be submitted once.
Here are the two ways to submit your material:
- Email to email@example.com. Please include job number in the subject line.
- Bring your completed application for employment to the Human Resources Office in Room 114 on the ground floor of the Arthur G. Coons Administrative Center. Human Resources is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
HVAC/Chiller Technician B, #14-001
Reporting to the Utilities Supervisor, the HVAC Chiller Technician A performs tasks of moderate to high complexity to handle the maintenance, repair, alteration and installation of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning tasks on installed and portable HVAC systems. Adjusts HVAC controls and replaces components including belts, lines, valves, compressors, condensers, thermostats, motors and fans. Handles preventive maintenance work orders. Responds to trouble calls for heat and air conditioning. Assists senior HVAC technicians in complex trouble shooting, analysis and rebuilding of systems and installation of systems and energy control devices. Tracks and reports labor, materials and supplies. 3-5 years experience in HVAC or related field required. Certificate in technical training desired. EPA type 1/III certificate for refrigerant required. Some knowledge of boiler operation and maintenance required. Ability to bend, stoop, climb, lift heavy objects, and work at above average heights. Ability to read, write and understand directions and safety instructions in English. Valid California driver’s license. Starting Range: $24.62-$25.38/hour. (Posted 7/22/13)
Investigations Officer, #14-111
Library De-accession Assistant, #14-101
(substitute/as needed basis/no guaranteed hours)
BANQUET ASSISTANTS/CATERING, #14-011
Casual, on-call positions available to provide banquet assistance for campus catering events. Will assist with banquet set-up, serve food and drinks, and clear tables. Will clean up after event and return banquet items to inventory. Will provide various banquet support services as requested. Food Service Assistants will assist with basic kitchen duties, food set-up, and clean up. Requires excellent customer service skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Banquet experience or related food service background required.
Salary Rate: $10.88-$12.00/hour.
GENERAL KITCHEN STAFF, #14-013 MP
Casual, on-call positions available in campus Marketplace or Tiger Cooler dining facilities featuring display station cooking. Stations include Bakery, Pasta, Wood Fired Pizza, Wok, Grill, Deli, and Fresh Juice. Will be responsible for food prep, cooking, and station cleanliness. Knowledge of cooking procedures, food handling, kitchen sanitation guidelines, and use of kitchen tools required. Must have ability to work with speed and efficiency in high volume food service environment. Prior cooking experience and/or culinary education required.
Salary Rate: $12.19-$13.36/hour
DISHROOM ASSISTANTS, #14-010MP
Campus Dining, late night #14-014TC
Dishroom Assistants will wash dishes, pots, and a variety of kitchen items and will handle basic kitchen cleaning duties to maintain the cleanliness of the food service facilities. Requires excellent customer service skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Previous food service experience required. Salary Rate: $11.43/hour
CLEANING SERVICES, #14-007
Under the direction of the Cleaning Services Supervisor, this casual, on-call position will provide a broad range of cleaning services necessary to maintain the College facilities in a clean and orderly condition. Maintains floors, vacuums, and mops. Gathers and disposes of rubbish and recycle products. Changes lights, and moves and cleans furniture, fixtures, and equipment. Maintains restrooms and showers. Requires prolonged standing, walking, reaching overhead, forward and lateral stooping, bending at the waist and knees, climbing stairs, and twisting motions. Must have ability to receive and deliver communication in oral and written English, and have ability to understand chemical labels on cleaning products.
CAMPUS SAFETY OFFICER
Campus Safety Department
Casual, on-call position provides safety and security-related services to the College community to provide a safe living, learning, and working atmosphere for students and employees. Provides a presence at College sponsored events on and off campus. Renders emergency first aid and CPR as appropriate and stabilizes injured persons prior to arrival of paramedics. Performs other duties as assigned. Requires valid CA Guard Card, PR-24 permit, first aid and CPR certification, and California drivers license with clear record. Minimum 2 years security/campus safety experience required. Vocational training and/or satisfactory completion of POST 832 and 832.2 classes preferred. Requires ability to lift 100 pounds or more, walk/stand without restrictions, stoop and bend, climb ladders to over 8 feet high, and use both hands and arms with full range of movement. May not have a hearing loss of greater than 40 decibels. May not have vision loss greater than 20/40 (may be corrected with prescription glasses or contact lenses).
- Office: (323) 259-2613