Hiring for Academic Year positions takes place the previous Spring.
Are you looking for an on-campus job where you’ll grow professionally, connect with like-minded students, make a difference, and have fun?! The Cal State East Bay Office of Sustainability is hiring student assistants for academic year 2020/2021 for the following positions:
Public Relations/Social Media
SustainEastBay Club Officers
Sustainability Office Assessment Program (SOAP) Crew
Positions are expected to work up to 20 hours/week, with 10 hours/week in the Sustainability HUB (SF 331). All positions are expected to:
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 presenting and 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 desirable, not required. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (especially word processing and spreadsheets), Google Drive, and online research methods are desirable, but not required. Student assistants will be required to completed campus online training modules such as Safety Orientation, Sexual Harassment, and/or FERPA. The Office of Sustainability hires all students. Undergraduate and graduate students, DACA students, and International students are encouraged to apply.
Applicants are welcome to apply for more than one position. Supplemental information may be requested, depending on the position. Only complete applications will be considered. Apply on BaySync by following this link. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 27th. Eligible students will be contacted for an interview prior to the end of the Spring Semester. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Left to right (top): Elijah Cohen, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Ankur Bhagwat, Masters of Data Analytics; Alexa Armamento, Graphic Design; T. Brooke Schuyler, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Luis Ledesma, International Studies; Karan Monga, Computer Science; Julie Shahan, Masters of Environmental Geosciences; Rahul Garg, Masters of Data Analytics
Left to right (bottom): Sandra Torres, Computer Science & Mathematics; Adrien van Dyke, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Patrick Murphy, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Benjamin Hawklyn, Multimedia
Left to right (top): Gabriel Del Castillo, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Jason Ross, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Melissa Szeto, Communications; Karan Monga, Computer Science; T. Brooke Schuyler, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Robyn Perry, History; Jonathan Tonel, Industrial Engineering
Left to right (bottom): Lulani Ritok, Math; Elijah Allen, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Gabriela Aguilar, Environmental Studies; Julie Shahan, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Pamela Vega, Masters of Business Administration, Patrick Murphy, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Adrien van Dyke, Earth & Environmental Sciences; Laura Greene, Media Arts; Sandra Torres, Computer Science; Timothy Bacon, Environmental Studies
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
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