California State University, East Bay
DEPARTMENT: Academic Affairs/Sustainability
CONTACT PERSON: Jillian Buckholz, Director of Sustainability
JOB TITLE: Student Assistant II or III [D.O.E.]
EXPECTED SALARY RANGE: $11.00/HR - $13.00/HR
Sustainability student assistants (“Sustainability Ambassadors”) will work within Academic Affairs specifically in the Office of Sustainability under the direct supervision of the Director of Sustainability. The Office of Sustainability hires up to 18 positions annually (dependent on funding). Each position, if hired, is expected to work 20 hours/week. Students that have been hired in this position previously and would like to return to the program must re-apply. Returning applicants are eligible to be hired at a higher salary level, which will be determined by the Director of Sustainability.
Sustainability Ambassadors are CSUEB students who are passionate about sustainability and are committed to enhancing existing, or creating new, on-campus sustainability projects that contribute to the betterment of our campus environmentally, socially, and economically. These positions are expected to:
Sustainability Ambassador positions will be organized in five teams with specific focus areas, including:
Must have excellent English and communication skills. Will be working on-campus with faculty, staff, and students. Must be able to work within a group, independently, and be comfortable speaking in public. Accuracy, attention to detail, meticulous record keeping skills, organizational skills, time-management capability and creativity are essential. Knowledge of sustainability issues and a passion for sustainability are strongly desired, but not required. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (especially word processing and spreadsheets), Google Drive, and online research methods are highly desirable, but not required. Sustainability interns/student assistants will be required to completed campus online training modules such as Safety Orientation, Sexual Harassment, and/or FERPA.
Applicants must be an enrolled student at California State University, East Bay - freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student in good standing (minimum 2.75 gpa required; 3.0 desired)
All applications must be submitted through the Sustainability BaySync Page (see “Forms”). ONLY COMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. Eligible students will be contacted for an interview prior to the end of the Spring Quarter. Thank you.
Left to right: Vanessa Pon Wong, Industrial Engineering; Laura Greene, Multimedia; Robyn Perry, History; TJ Butler, Public Administration; Sandra Torres, Computer Science; Adam Murphy, Kinesiology; Louis Ramos Casillos, Criminal Justice Administration; Cerys Evans, Environmental Science; Darnell Harper Jr., Business Administration; Luigi Madrid, Environmental Science; Dakota Saez, Environmental Studies; Glen Sulicipan, Art; Ashley Sweeny, Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism.
Left to right (top row): Jericho Apo, Sociology; Geneva Easton, Communications; Carol Trost, Environmental Studies; Jonathan Villarreal, Business Administration; Pablo Narez, Construction Management and Environmental Studies; Luigi Madrid, Environmental Science; Vanessa Cha, Nursing. Left to right (bottom row): Jayshree Wasnik, Statistics; Robyn Perry, History; Brigette Tran, Business Administration and Political Science; John Zamora, Computer Science; Yvezee Lapada, Biological Sciences; Darnell Harper Jr., Business Administration; Logan Slattery, Business Administration; Cerys Evans, Environmental Science.
Left to right: Geneva Easton, Communications; Ariana Famosa Cortez, Environmental Studies; Jennifer Scarbrough, Math; Yvezee Lapada, Biology/Chemistry; Nova Pierce, Geography; Hugo Gregoire, Psychology and Environmental Studies; Teresa Gamber, Environmental Studies; Jacqueline Ortiz, Environmental Studies; Juliet Naishorua, Political Science; W.A., Geography.
Left to right: Mercedes Ruiz, Undeclared; Brittney Wallace, English; Ryan Tayahua, Political Science; Megan McAndrews, Economics and Statistics; Geneva Easton, Communications; Ainsley Shallcross, Recreation; Fahimeh Hooshmand, Geography.