Student Employment opportunities are provided by the Pacific Union College Payroll Office. Be sure to read the general information section for details. The Student Employment Application can also be downloaded online. For any questions, please contact the Payroll Office at (707)965-7300 (ext. 7300 on campus).
Departments On-Campus that Frequently Employ Students
Use this list to find departments that regularly have jobs for students.
Updated: May 17, 2013
Public Safety - (707.965.6551) is accepting applications from students interested in working as either a Communications Dispatcher and/or Campus Patrol Officer. These are continuous filing/recruitment positions. Although upperclassmen are preferred, all applications will be accepted and students can be employed from all grade levels. Public Safety does perform a background review on all applicants, with specific personal traits expected to include: dependable, reliable, ethical, responsible, and hardworking. If interested, contact Public Safety for a student employment application and relevant job description information on the different positions. Public Safety's business hours are 8am—4pm, Monday through Friday.
Facilities Management Department (FMD): Seeking hard-working students to work for the summer. The department covers all maintenance areas on campus including: Carpentry, Vehicle Mechanics, Electrical, Plumbing, Welding, Signs, Locks, Water Treatment, HVAC, Painting, Land Management (Farming), and Waste Management. Bonuses are offered for working during the summer. Please contact Ashley Betancourt by phone at 707-965-7150 or email at email@example.com to apply.
Student Financial Services: has an office position available beginning in June. This position requires attention to detail and professional telephone etiquette. To apply lease submit an application and resume to the Student Financial Services Office by May 30, 2013.
Robert Louis Stevenson Museum - is now accepting applications for our part-time Museum Administrative Assistant job. Send cover letter, resume, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please apply no later than May 28, 2013. For more information, see the flier on the payroll window.
Loma Linda University - CAPS office has received a one-year grant through the Corporation for National and Community Service Office (CNCS) for two (2) full-time AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) members. AmeriCorps is the domestic version of the Peace Corps. This is the first time LLU has received AmeriCorps volunteers. VISTAs are provided a modest living allowance through CNCS. We have the freedom to recruit for these positions how we best see fit. We are reaching out to our sister Universities and Colleges so that they can promote it to their recent graduates. For more information, see the flier on the payroll window.
Help wanted - at a local Angwin home. The job is dealing with house cleaning and yard work once a week for $9.00/hr. Contact Raymond or Yvonne Koller at 707-965-3685.
SEP Montana Youth Camp - is looking for staff members to assist in a faith based summer camp in Helena, Montana. For more information, see the flier on the payroll window.
Angwin Resident - seeking a responsible student who has reliable transportation. Must be willing and able to drive my two teenagers to St. Helena High School 3 days a week. Must be ready to leave at 7:40am (they start school at 8:15am), and able to pick up kids from school at 6p or 7pm (based on sports schedule) 2 or 3 days a week. Pay will start at $10/per trip, so there is the potential to make $50 or $60 a week. Please contact me at email@example.com and be prepared to submit references and driving record. This job has the potential to last all school year. Thank you for your interest.
Oak Avenue Catering - Seeking hard-working, responsible, confident people to join our ranks as we enter a busy season. If you are looking for part-time employment this summer & fall, we can work with your schedule. We are looking to fill positions such as cooks, bussers, and food servers. Experience is recommended. If interested please contact Ellie Knix at 707-963-9278 or Ellie@Knixcater.com
St. Helena Teen Center - is seeking a positive, responsible role-model age 19+ to provide leadership & supervision for our free middle school afternoon drop-in program. Education majors, nursing majors, and students with previous experience working with youth are encouraged to apply. This position requires strong leadership skills and cooperative, caring communication. Bilingual English/Spanish highly desired. Pay will be between $10 and $14/hr. depending experience. St. Helena Teen Center is open Monday through Thursday 3:00pm - 6:00pm and Fridays 3:00pm - 5:30pm, but additional summer hours available. If interested, please email a copy of your resume and a brief cover letter to Haidi Arias at firstname.lastname@example.org and enter the subject "Teen Center Lead Staff" into the subject line of your email. For more information please call St. Helena Recreation Dept. at 707-963-5706.
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