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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.
We are looking for someone who can work through the summer, and possibly into next school year. Approximately 40 hours per week during the summer, and 12 during the school year. Position qualifies for internship. Duties Include: Creating and posting journal entries. Inputting financial information for auxiliaries. Assist with cashier duties. Taking payments. Reconciling clearing accounts if necessary. Researching errors. Other daily clerical work. Applicants must have strong communication skills, high attention to detail, dependable, customer service skills. Accounting/Finance majors preferred. Work starts May 13th of this year. To apply, send your student employment application to Michael.Jeffery@wallawalla.edu.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-527-2162.
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.
Marketing and University Relations is hiring a graphic designer. Graphic designers on our team use creative and critical strategies to produce print and digital assets for university marketing and advancement purposes. Applicants must be familiar and experienced with the Adobe creative suite including InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. A successful applicant will be dependable, intuitive, and able to handle complex and detailed information; they will be familiar with design and marketing principles, exercise critical and creative thinking, and work well with others. Designers work between 10-15 hours per week. For more information or to apply contact Emily Muthersbaugh in Marketing and University Relations at email@example.com.
IT ACADEMIC PC TECHNICIAN
I am looking for someone with computer hardware skills, Windows 10 & software installer skills and people skills. Must be available to work this summer (Summer 2019) because we will be purchasing and placing 180 new computers this summer. Start time would be after Spring break so you would have training before the big summer job. Preference given for at least 2 more years at WWU (as of Sept 2019) and for good grades. For more information email Gary.Rittenbach@WallaWalla.edu.
Responsible for clearing snow and ice from sidewalks, stairs, and building entrances for main campus. Applying de-icing materials to sidewalks, stairs, and parking lots. Be able to run machinery used to clear snow from sidewalks, including: snow blowers, and Gators. Pay rate is $13.00/hr. if interested please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is an on-call position only. Qualifications: Must be available for work at between 5:00 am and 8:00 am 7 days a week. Must be able to work in severe winter weather and have ability to lift 50 lb. bags of ice-melt.
Health and Physical Education is looking for students that are interested in teaching swimming lessons to children on Monday's and Wednesday's during spring quarter. Duties include: lesson planning, communicating with parents, teaching swim techniques, and respecting safety procedures. Prior experience preferred, but not required. For more information, email Kaitlyn.Whitley@wallawalla.edu.
UNIVERSITY RELATIONS WRITER
University relations writers work directly with the university relations supervisor to cover campus and constituent news. Writers research and write projects as assigned, for publication on wallawalla.edu and in various printed media. Successful university relations writers are organized, dependable, exercise creativity and critical thinking, and work well quickly and independently. Applicants should have strong writing and communication skills and be familiar with word processing. Do you have questions, or want to apply? Contact Kim Strobel, university relations supervisor, at email@example.com.
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.
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.
Packaging corporation of America is hiring 1 Co-op/Internship Finance/Accounting position at our Wallula Mill. Representatives will be conducting interviews for students working towards a B.S. in Accounting or related field of study at the University of Washington, Washington State University, Walla Walla University, Eastern Washington University, Central Washington University, & University of Idaho. This is a chance at 3 – 9 month Co-Op / Internship Finance/Accounting experience. Duties include account reconciliations, accounts payable invoice entry, invoice audits, time sheet reconciliations, storeroom cycle counts, payroll assistance, billing assistance. Must complete freshman year of college, pursuing a 4-year degree in accounting or related field, and must be authorized to work in the U.S.
Job Goal: To assist the Family Engagement Director in coordinating and implementing family and community strengthening, and comprehensive health services with families in full day Head Start/Early Head Start options. Implement the recruitment and enrollment process for the Head Start/Early Head Start program. Job Duties include but are not limited to: Recruit, select and enroll children and families and maintain enrollment levels as prescribed by Head Start Policies and Performance Standards Maintain an adequate social services referral system for coordinating the resolution of family needs and goals and to promote family strengthening Assist in the implementation of an agency wide Parent Involvement Program Assist the Health Services Director in the Health Services component Work with Full Day Teachers to prepare for the Comprehensive Parent Staff Conference for each child two times per year Coordinate and implement parent education and support programs for agency families with outreach to the community Assist Family Engagement Director in implementing community development and leadership activities. To apply, visit www.umchs.com/careers
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.
Rogers' Bakery is looking for 3 people to be donut makers. You will be making donuts and cleaning up afterward. Preferably wanting an underclassman or someone who will be committed to staying. They have flexible hours. Work must be done after 8 PM and donuts must be made by 6 AM. Shifts are approximately 6 hours and starting wage is $12.50/hr. For more information, contact 509-301-8017 or to apply, bring resume to Rogers' Bakery.
Volunteer for Tutor Afterschool Homework Club. Provide tutoring and academic support to elementary aged children in the Afterschool Homework Club at the Valle Lindo neighborhood community center. Assist Program Supervisor with other duties related to age-appropriate play and activities. Assist with set-up and/or clean-up of classroom and community center before and/or after the tutoring session. Minimum 18 years of age; Available for one or more shifts a week between 3:00-5:30pm Monday-Friday ;Ability to interact with a variety of people. Respect of diverse lifestyles, cultures, religions, and values ;Passionate about learning and working with youth. Apply at https://www.childrenshomesociety.org/volunteer/
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.
COLLEGE ACCESS CORPS COORDINATOR
College access corps is looking for a coordinator starting in Summer. Recruit, select, and train college students as college access coaches. Recruit volunteers for National Days of Service and other community service events. Provide age appropriate college access interventions to participating youth. Compile and update college access program sustainability manual (one for each campus program). Collect and document program assessment data in required tracking tools and progress reports. Participate in College Access Corps trainings, including orientation, mid-year training, graduation, regional cohort meetings and others as schedule. Engage in personal reflection. Collaborate with other CAC teammates and national service members in your community on common projects. Record and track hours in monthly timesheets. For more information, contact Christie Flynn at 253.964.6553 or firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE
Performs comprehensive nursing services requiring independent professional judgment and carries additional responsibilities for coordination of programs: immunization, HIV, STD, tuberculosis and communicable disease. this position is expected to apply broad knowledge of the policies and procedures of public health nursing at Walla Walla county community health department, using state and national guidelines as well as the registered nurse scope of practice described in the Washington State Nurse Practice Act. must have a nursing degree. Contact the Human Resources Department at the county legislative building, 324 W. Main st. room 216, Walla Walla, WA. or visit www.co.walla-walla.wa.us to download a copy or apply online.