On-Campus Student Jobs

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Title: Library Student Assistant
Department: Language Art/Library
Description: Provide circulation services; assist with basic printing/computer; shelve books; clean and dust tables/shelves; help with other projects/duties 
Location: Building 100 (will be building 600 in Fall 2024)
Hourly Wage: $16.50/hour
Hours: 10-20 hours a week
How to apply: Please come to the library and fill out an application
Desirable Qualifications: Quick learner, punctual, friendliness

Title: Student Equity Ambassador
Department: Student Equity Office
Description: Under the direction of the Student Equity Office staff, Student Equity Ambassador (SEA) support Chabot students to address their basic needs. SEA's will staff the FRESH Market, the reception desks, the reference desk, and the student and lounge areas of the Hub.
Location: 700 Building (2nd floor) and the Student Resource Hub (3800 Building)
Hourly Wage: $16-17/hr
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm
How to apply: Complete the Application Form
Desirable Qualifications: Can be 1. Clear communication both written and oral. 2. Customer Service: Ability to serve students in a way that is respectful and meets the needs of students. 3. Ability to follow through with directions. 4. Ability to keep work schedule and communicate needed changes to work schedule in advance.
How many openings: 10

Wellness Ambassador Information Session

Apply to be a Wellness Ambassador today! Paid on-campus job!

Wellness Ambassador Application

Application due on or before Monday April 29th @5pm
Interviews will take place on May 6th-10th via zoom

Title: Early College Programs Student Assistant
Department: Chabot Education Programs
About: The Chabot Education Programs are part of the Academic Programs and Student Success (APSS) division. The Educational Programs unit is focused on providing early college and adult education programming for first- generation to college and traditionally underrepresented in higher education populations. The education programs unit oversees CCAP Dual Enrollment, Individual Dual Enrollment, Noncredit, and Articulation Programs. These programs serve over three-thousand high school and adult students in our feeder districts yearly. Under the supervision of the Educational Programs Project Manager and the Early College Programs Coordinator this position will support the day-to-day operations of the Dual Enrollment, Articulation, and Noncredit education programs.
Duties: The following are typical duties of the Education Programs Student Assistant:

  • Provide support for the Educational Programs Project Manager, Early College Coordinator, and Outreach Specialist
  • Schedule meetings, events, and manage invitations for Education Programs activities
  • Gather supplies for recruitment or education activities
  • Coordination assistance in planning, conducting, and clean-up, and follow-up of events
  • Assist in updating and managing of education programs student database.
  • Assist in creating and sending communications to participants in Early College Programs
  • Support in planning, scheduling, logistics, copying, and social media marketing
  • Collects, tallies and reports progress in a variety of areas\
  • Other duties as assigned  

Location: Building 100
Hourly Wage: $16 per hour
Hours: Up to 20 hours
How to apply: Email Sergio Saenz, ssaenz@chabotcollege.edu. 
Desirable Qualification: Bilingual, Ability to speak and write fluently/proficiently in Spanish and English
How many openings: 1

Title: Student Assistant - Technical Theatre
Department: Administrative Services/PAC
Description: Responsible for assisting the Stage Technician in the smooth operation of all the backstage areas, including the during the run of the show. Student Assistants ensure a friendly, welcoming, professional, efficient and accessible service to client’s Technical needs and overseeing their safety and well-being before, during, and immediately after events. Duties Include: 1. Provide Technical Support to Clients. 2. Assist in use of Center Technical Equipment (i.e., Lighting, Sound & Rigging). 3. Maintain a Secure, Safe, Functional and Clean Facility. 4. Inform Manager of Inventory Depletion (Lamps and Tape). 5. Maintain Building Standard Operational Procedures. 6. Maintain an organized and neat working environment (Shop, Green Room, Stages and Storage Areas).
Location: PAC/bldg 1300/Mostly Backstage and in Control Booth
Hourly Wage: $16 - $17/per hour DOE
Qualifications: Students must have experience doing this type of work prior to taking this on. High School and Volunteer experience are fine.
Hours: Flexible hours (based on when events take place). Mostly evenings and weekends. 4 hour minimum per shift.
How to apply: Please contact Bernadette Fife via email at bfife@chabotcollege.edu

Title: ECD Student Assistant
Department: Chabot College Children's Center/ECD Lab School
Description: Under the director of the Early Childhood Specialist(s), Early Childhood Specialist Assistant(s), and Program Director, the ECD student assistant functions as a team member in supervision, care, and facilitation of toddler and preschool age children in the CCCC ECD Lab School on the campus of Chabot College.
Location: Building 3500 and 3700
Hourly Wage: $16.50
Qualifications: 1.) Must have 9 units in ECD/ECE. 2.) Knowledge of a) first aid and safety requirements. b) Mandated Reporting c) awareness of hygienic practices to avoid spread of disease. 3.) Ability to a) lift children weighing up to 50lbs. b) stand for extended periods of time. c) Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with children, staff, and faculty.
Hours: We need support 8am-5pm M-F. 20 hours a week maximum per person.
How to apply: Please contact Carmen M. Ortiz, Program Director, via email at cmortiz@chabotcollege.edu and request an intake form for the ECD student assistant job.
Number of Openings: 6

Title: Student Assistant
Department: MESA/TRIO-STEM Program
Description: Tutor, learning assistant, lab assistant or program assistant focused on helping students in chemistry, biology, physics, computer science, engineering and calculus-track math. To learn more about our program, visit the MESA website.
Location: Building 3900/2000
Hourly Wage: $16.00
Qualifications: Must be a member of MESA/TRIO-STEM program
Hours: Flexible
How to apply: Contact Maria Rodriguez-Larrain, mesa-triostem@chabotcollege.edu 

Title: Engineering Student Assistant
Department: Science & Mathematics/Engineering
Description: Organize & store lab supplies; Assemble lab kits; Help maintain/repair lab equipment; Demonstrate how to complete engineering labs; Hold tutoring hours
Location: Rooms 1612, 1804, 3902
Hourly Wage: $15.50
Qualifications: Must have at least one engineering course at Chabot; priority for students with Technical Design and/or Computational Design Certificates
Hours: 15 - 20 hours per week; Schedule is flexible
How to apply: Please send an email to Daniel Quigley, dquigley@chabotcollege.edu 

Title: Chemistry Stockroom Assistant
Department: Science & Math/Chemistry
Description: (1) Data entry, chemistry inventory entry, generate safety labels for the lab prep (2) Assist Instructors/students as they come to the window (3) Assist with lab preparation and breakdown (4) Clean/tidy lab rooms and stockroom (5) Tag old/malfunction equipment (6) Put away equipment as necessary (7) Organize glassware (8) Load, unload dishwasher (9) Tend the stockroom window during lab hours (10) Report unsafe conditions or equipment (11) Monitor the schedule board
Location: Building 3900
Hourly Wage: Starting at $15
Qualifications: Basic chemistry knowledge - Chemistry 31
Hours: 10-20
How to apply: Please email, Safiyyah Forbes, sforbes@chabotcollege.edu, or Jean Gener, jgener@chabotcollege.edu 

The position is funded by Federal Work Study; you must be Federal Work Study eligible to be hired.

Title: Student Assistant
Department: Special Programs/TRIO ETS/HPN
Description: Our grants support middle and high school students to be academically successful and with college-readiness.  We have opportunities for college student staff to support student advising/mentoring; tutoring (all levels); support after school clubs like STEAM Team and Theater Club; helping to chaperone field trips to colleges, museums, etc.; data entry.
Location: At one of our 8 target middle/high schools
Hourly Wage: $15
Qualifications: A desire to work with middle and high school students.  Having worked previously (any job okay!) but nor required.
Hours: Typically, during the academic day at school sites and after school.  We do have virtual work after school provided student employee can tutor.  Occasional weekend/evening work tabling community events. It is flexible since it depends on number of hours per student.
How to Apply: Send an email to Robin Galas at rgalas@chabotcollege.edu