Job Scene hosts great positions meant for students looking for part-time work, internships, and many more opportunities.
Job Scene is updated Monday through Friday. If you need assistance in finding employment, stop by the Student Employment Office, CTC 307, and talk to Heidi Lindstrom.
Students must complete Employment Forms in the Student Employment Office before starting on-campus employment.
SUMMER // 2019
ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT OFFICE ASSISTANT
The Academic Advisement office is looking for a positive, friendly office assistant. Main responsibilities include daily office tasks including- phones, scanning of documents, processing student files and other duties and projects as assigned. This position also assists with high school transcript evaluation for Math/English preliminary placement, data collection from annual advisor survey and assistance with compiling and publishing the advising guidebook. Preferred qualifications include attention to detail, the ability to take initiative, strong organization skills, proficiency with basic MS Office applications, good work ethic, dependability, clear communication skills, professional appearance and demeanor, positive attitude and the ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality. Candidate must have ability to work full-time during summer, and availability during school breaks.
Carpentry shop is looking for students who enjoy hands-on work involving repair and maintenance. Background in maintenance preferred. Carpentry maintenance work is varied and done all over campus, an opportunity where you can see the variety of activities that go on throughout all buildings and departments. If interested, please have your online Student Employment application sent to the Carpentry department. Still unsure? Feel free to email any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
CUSTODIAL CREW MEMBER
You got it! This full-time employment opportunity is basic janitorial tasks to fill your summer days and your bank account. The best part is getting to know your fellow crew members and listening to your favs. Tasks include vacuuming, mopping, cleaning restrooms, classrooms, and offices. You’ll fill dispensers and empty trash. May lift 50 pounds. Work is performed indoors. Submit Online Student Employment Application to email@example.com.
The electrical department is looking for summer work with a little spark in it. The electrical Department may be the place for you. Send your Employment Application to firstname.lastname@example.org or call with questions at 527-2933.
FLOOR CREW MEMBER
This full-time opportunity will have you work as a team to perform major carpet and hard surface floor cleaning in campus buildings. Tile Crew will work EVENING SHIFTS 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. to strip and wax tile. NEW 2019 - Carpet & Upholstery crew, possible day shift. Ideal candidates will continue employment into next school year. Submit Online Student Employment Application to email@example.com.
Looking for someone who enjoys solving problems and wants to learn valuable skills in maintaining irrigation equipment. Duties include, replacing broken sprinklers, fixing leaks in piping, scheduling sprinklers, and many other tasks related to irrigation. Must be able to be on the Universities approved drivers list and be available to work on campus during summer. Pay starts at $12.00 per hour, with possibilities for increase. 10-20 hours per week during the school year and 40 hours per week during the summer, hours are flexible with your schedule. Due to the nature of this position, individuals who are willing to stick it out for the long haul can and will be well compensated. To apply, send your student employment application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLANT & FLOWER CARE WORKER
Duties include weeding, trimming, planting, and many other tasks that aid in the upkeep of campus grounds. May operate small equipment and use many small hand tools. WWU Approved Driver preferred. Summer availability preferred, but not required. 10 - 20 hours per week during the school year. Up to 40 hours per week during the summer. No experience necessary. To apply, send your student employment application to email@example.com
Now hiring for summer. Ever wondered why the hot water is not always hot or your room is sometimes too hot. Then the Power Plant is where you should be. Learn how the heating and cooling work on campus and how it gets to the individual buildings. Send your Employment Application to firstname.lastname@example.org or call with questions at 527-2933.
Rental properties at Walla Walla University is hiring. Positions include maintenance crew and cleaning crew. Come and earn money as well as learning skills that will last for a lifetime. This is a great way to build work experience for your resume. For more information, call Tony at 509-540-6112 or Gary at 509-520-9466 and have your application forwarded to Rental Properties.
This position is for a student security officer. The primary duties will be to patrol campus, unlock and lock buildings as needed, and report observed concerns to a security supervisor. Additional duties may include assisting in crosswalk safety and issuing parking citations as needed. Have your application forwarded to email@example.com.
TURF CARE TECHNICIAN
Looking for someone who wants to do battle against the weeds of Walla Walla University. Duties include spraying for weeds, fertilizing lawns, aerating, and many other turf care related duties. The only requirements for this job are a willingness to learn and pays attention to details. Pay starts at $12.00 per hour and due to the nature of this position, individuals who are willing to stick it out for the long haul can and will be well compensated. 10-20 hours per week during the school year and 40 hours per week during the summer, and as with all Campus Grounds jobs, hours are flexible to accommodate school. To apply, send your student employment application to firstname.lastname@example.org
FALL // 2019
Make friends and listen to your favorite play list while you perform general cleaning duties on our lovely campus. Custodians work 2 hours a day, 5 or 6 days a week when classes are in session. Make bank and work full time when classes are not in session. Submit Online Student Employment Application. Then, contact Student Employment and request application to be sent to the Custodial Department. Feel free to schedule an interview by emailing email@example.com or 509-527-2162.
ASWWU is looking for several individuals who produce high quality, feature articles. Responsibilities include attend Editorial Board meetings, attend a quarterly meeting for pre-planning the features, alternate every other week with the other Feature Writers, work with Layout Editors to establish a consistent style for pages, adhere to the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics, make changes suggested by Copy Editors before final edits, clear any variations to the changes with Copy Editors. To apply, visit https://www.aswwu.com/jobs/.
FLOOR CREW MEMBER
Responsible for performing major carpet and hard surface floor cleaning in campus buildings. Duties include polish, remove & re-coat tile floors or extraction cleaning for carpets. Summer employment is FULL-TIME EVENING SHIFTS 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Part time hours when classes are in session. Submit Online Student Employment Application ATTN: Custodial Department.
The Center for Educational Equity and Diversity (CEED) is hiring a student assistant beginning immediately in preparation for the 2019-2020 school year. Responsibilities include establishing community outreach programs and working with a team on initiatives related to CEED’s mission. Qualifications include a passion for diversity and equity in education, strong people skills, and organizational abilities. Desired skills include bilingual and connections in the greater Walla Walla community. To apply, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following jobs may only be filled by students who have a complete and actual Financial Aid File and a Federal Work-Study Award. Letters of eligibility must be obtained from Heidi Lindstrom in the Student Employment Office prior to contacting the employer. If interested in receiving Co-op credit for any of these jobs, contact the Career Center once you have been hired.
The following jobs may only be filled by students who are Washington State residents, have a complete and actual Financial Aid File and a State Work-Study Award. Letters of eligibility must be obtained from Heidi Lindstrom in the Student Employment Office prior to contacting the employer. If interested in receiving Co-op credit for any of these jobs, contact the Career Center once you have been hired.
ANIMAL SHELTER FOSTER PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The Blue Mountain Humane Society has a position available for a foster program coordinator. The position includes developing a long-term foster program, create forms for the foster program. Will also be researching and networking with other shelters and initiate and maintain contact with applicants interested in fostering animals. Will also help the BMHS staff in other ways and will be advertising the foster program around the community. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.
COMPANION ANIMAL CARETAKER
The Blue Mountain Humane Society is looking for a student who enjoys animals to work as a companion animal caretaker. The student will provide food, water, and clean-up for dogs, cats, and occasional other animals in the shelter. Must provide own transportation. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.
Assist engineering department at Columbia REA in performing electrical studies, updating electrical system models, assisting with line design projects, and assisting with work order processes. Assist operations department with electrical distribution equipment inventory verification, inspection software, and database maintenance. Provides new service information to cooperative staff and consumers in the most effective manner which will create goodwill between the cooperative and its membership. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.
HUMANE OUTREACH ASSISTANT
Blue Mountain Humane Society is transforming how pets are treated, one animal at a time. Are you the kind of person that is motivated to inspire people to be kind? Are you patient, persistent, and positively exuberant about the power of the bond people share with animals? Are you a good partner with your teammates; driven to executive team and individual commitments that impact mission? We are!!Join us in our mission to prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals. This is a part-time position with school hours preferred from 1pm-5pm and summer schedule from 10am-2pm. The pay will be $11/hr. General clerical duties including computer work, photocopying, scanning, faxing, mailing, and filing. Must have a High School graduate or G.E.D. and have good communication skills. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.
Walla Walla University is pleased to provide Job Scene as a service to our students. However, because WWU is not the employer for off-campus jobs, we cannot be responsible for the placement or terms and conditions of off-campus employment. You may view the full disclaimer by clicking on the link below.
ACOUSTIC WORSHIP GUITARIST
Organize worship teams, practices and worship sets weekly. Provide leadership, vision, and passion for music. Leading the Sunday Worship service and recruiting and developing a worship team, and scheduling vocalists. Responsibilities include preparation for and leading rehearsals, as well as consulting with the Senior Pastor to coordinate the music for the Sunday services. Email resume to: Pastor John Radzikowski at: email@example.com
Riley Farm is looking for someone to work as an agriculture apprentice. Work with irrigation systems, working livestock, and driving machinery. Must have valid drivers license, able to life 50 lbs and willing to work outside in all weather. Contact 1-509-520-3662 or 1-509-525-7081 to apply.
We have a very special opportunity here at Azure for someone who is energetic, eager to learn about organic greenhouse production, and needing a job this Spring. My family has been growing plant starts for your gardens for many years now (first as Sarah’s Starts and now branded as Ellie’s Eden) and it’s been a family project with friends and neighbors helping out. But, this year, we’d like to bless someone with the opportunity to work alongside us here on Azure Farm this spring. We are looking for someone who has the passion for organic growing practices and might like to come to Azure for this spring-time job. We can provide a place to stay, minimum wage, and lots of education about growing plant starts organically. From watering, planting & transplanting, to learning soil nutrition, and pulling & packing orders for shipment, this would be a great learning experience for someone who wants to experience the entire process. We would need help from early-March through mid-June. Please let me know if you’re interested in this opportunity. Or if you know someone who might be interested, please have them contact me through this firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still not sure where you’re spending your summer? Look no further! Camp Yavapines is still hiring for Summer 2019! Available positions: Boys Counselor Girls Counselor Slimy Critters Instructor & Assistant Zip line Assistant Paintball Instructor & Assistant Basketball Instructor Gymnastics Assistant Activity Subs (various classes) If you’re ready to spend an amazing summer at CY, head over to http://campyavapines.com/summer-camp-staff/ for more info and application! Payment is $180+ per week depending on position, education, and experience. Scholarship option available.
Companion care for a resident in assisted living. 2:00pm to 7:00pm . Call Barbara Miletich 503-849-5801 for more information.
College Place Fire Department is currently recruiting resident volunteer firefighters. The volunteers would be provided room and a stipend of $150 a month to live at the fire department. All training and equipment would be provided. Home volunteers are needed as well. If interested, contact John at (509) 301-2630 or e-mail JBoose@ci.college-place.wa.us.
Local resident looking for help during the summer. Occasional child care and help around the house. Can be flexible. Contact Breezy: 509-240-3922.
Local resident is seeking a WWU student to do general housework. Pay rate is $12/hr. for approximately 5 hrs./month. Preferably 2.5 hours every other week. The hours are flexible and help is needed immediately. If interested contact Becky at 509-529-3522. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer.
A local resident is looking for a nanny for two young boys 19 months and 3 years of age Mondays and/or Friday 8:00 - 4:30 Walla Walla based family. responsibilities include outdoor and indoor child teaching/playing activities (reading, toddler, games, singing, etc...) Meal prep Light cleaning Responsible for safety of children Loves to be with children. To apply, email: email@example.com
Local resident is seeking a WWU student to do general yard work. Pay rate is $12/hr. for approximately 5 hrs./month. Preferably 2.5 hours every other week. The hours are flexible and help is needed immediately. If interested contact Becky at 509-529-3522. Please leave your name and number if there is no answer.
The following positions are listed as a service for student spouses and graduating seniors seeking full-time employment. Seniors and Graduates may contact the Career Center for additional assistance. Because WWU is not the employer for off-campus jobs, we cannot be responsible for the placement or terms and conditions of off-campus employment. You may view the full disclaimer by clicking on the link below.
The Advocacy Coordinator supports Community Council’s mission and vision by facilitating the work of community volunteers as they advocate for positive change throughout our region, which includes Columbia and Walla Walla counties and the Milton-Freewater area. All advocacy work is grounded in the recommendations that are generated through biennial community study reports. Effective advocacy includes building positive relationships with individuals and organizations throughout the region, engaging community volunteers, and providing support and leadership to catalyze community action around identified priorities. To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and short writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org .
College Place Heating & Air Conditioning is looking for a fulltime bookkeeper. You will assist the office manager to maintain records of financial transactions and ensure legal requirements compliance. You will share in clerical responsibilities and assist customers. To apply, contact Krista at email@example.com.
The Opportunity: We live in a world where math unlocks a future of possibilities. As a Math Teacher at Mastery you will work relentlessly to foster a love of math with your students while growing and developing in your craft. From the moment they enter our buildings, young mathematicians at Mastery engage with the cutting edge, open-source Eureka Math Curriculum to develop the skills and understanding necessary to have strong mathematical fluency. Our Kindergartners through 8th Graders learn with Eureka so that, from 9th through 12th Grade, they are prepared for the rigors of higher math. From 9th through 12th Grade Mastery’s students study Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus (including options for Pre-Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Business Math, and AP Calculus) with the Agile Minds and CPM curricula. Teaching math at Mastery you will set high expectations and provide high support so that all of your students are able to succeed. You will work alongside our Specialized Services and School Culture teams. Please apply online at http://masterycharter.org/careers & reach out to us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org !
SPECTRUM JR. SYSTEM ANALYST
Spectrum Technologies is an IT and Business Consulting firm specializing in the niche area of Sales Performance Management (SPM). With clients across the United States, and deep experience with all major SPM software tools, we are always looking for bright individuals willing to come onboard and learn our specialized skills while gaining valuable work experience in the field of Sales Performance Management. We are currently looking for recent college graduates (undergrad and post-graduate) with a degree in Engineering or Finance who either reside in the Seattle area or are willing to relocate to the Seattle area, for an opportunity to join a fast-growing consulting firm and learn the skills required to be a successful contributor in the field of Sales Performance Management. Spectrum is an E-Verify employer and open to hiring candidates on OPT/CPT. Are you looking for a foot in the door? Are you open to mentorship in a fast-growing field and willing to learn from the best in the field? Then this opportunity will be of interest to you! Recently acquired BS or MS in Engineering (any field) or Finance. Willingness to reside in the Seattle area. Some prior work experience a plus, but not required. Analytical mindset and problem-solving skills. Enthusiastic and motivated to being taught new skill. Hard-working and sincere. Please send resumes to email@example.com
TEACHER IN GUAM
Nestled on nineteen acres in the green hills of southern Guam, Guam Adventist Academy is a fully accredited K-12 day school operated by the Guam Micronesia Mission of Seventh-Day Adventists under the North American Division. A small school of 80 students, we are focused on growing and are seeking qualified faculty and staff who have energy, a learner’s spirit, are adaptable, respectful of cultures, and who thrive on diversity. Guam is U.S. soil and a great jumping-off point for vacation trips to Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the islands of Micronesia. There are opportunities year-round for diving, snorkeling, and long walks on beaches with spectacular island sunsets. The language is English and Chamorro, and the culture is a combination of small-town, rural, and suburban living. On this predominantly Catholic island of 165,000 residents, there are eight SDA churches and companies, a church-owned medical and dental clinic, an SDA radio station, and our SDA school. Guam is also headquarters to AWR Asia, which beams the gospel through radio waves into unreachable mountain regions, valleys, and jungles, as well as into cities and villages all across Asia from the Philippines deep into the heart of China. Please contact us if you’re interested in service in an island setting and in an adventure. Looking for 1st -2nd grade teacher/ Required: BA in Elementary Education or related field/Preferred: 1) Denomination or local teacher certification; 2) some years of teaching. Another full-time middle-high school faculty to teach/fill some combination of the following areas: Bible teacher/chaplain, part-time facilities maintenance, computers, or athletic director/Required: BA in one of the areas for teaching plus a degree or experience in one of the other areas/ Preferred: 1) Denomination or local teacher certification; 2) some years of teaching. Please submit your resume and references to Guam Adventist Academy through one of the following channels:1) e-mail to: Personnel Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org) or, mailed to: Personnel Committee; 1200 Aguilar Rd, Yona, Guam 96915. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Evelyn Flores (Personnel Committee) at 671-777-8254 or Principal Gary Wilson at 671-789-1515 or 671-689-4044.