Student Jobs On Campus at Skyline College

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In order to secure an on-campus job at Skyline College, a student must be enrolled at either Skyline College, Cañada College, or CSM. Students must be enrolled in 6 or more units during the Fall and Spring semesters, and 3 or more units during the Summer session.

To apply for Federal Work-Study (FWS) positions, you must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen, have completed a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the school year, and have received a Federal Work-Study offer. For questions about Federal Work-Study eligibility, please contact the Skyline Financial Aid Office.

Mail Clerk Student Assistant

  • Administrative Services
  • Building 19
  • $16.20 – $16.62 USD / Year
  • Salary: $16.20 – $16.62
Position Description We are currently on the lookout for a committed and dedicated student assistant to join our mailroom team. As a vital part of our operations, the student assistant will play an integral role in ensuring our mailroom functions efficiently. This position requires a good understanding of the campus layout and its various departments, demonstrating a commitment of 20 hours per week.

Position Description:

  • Lifting and transporting heavy boxes using dollies, U-boats, or hand trolleys. This will require physical strength and the ability to handle heavy items safely.
  • Strategically stacking boxes with attention to weight, delivery order, and route. The assistant will need to use their judgment to stack heavier boxes at the bottom and organize the rest in terms of delivery order and route.
  • Familiarizing oneself with faculty members, their names, and departments to ensure correct delivery. This will involve building relationships and fostering good communication within the campus community.
  • Digitally cataloging incoming boxes and sorting mail by department and names. This will demand excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Managing the office in the absence of the supervisor. The assistant will be expected to demonstrate responsibility and initiative during these times.
  • Handling shipping and receiving tasks, including addressing and understanding the procedures. This will require a solid understanding of logistical processes.
  • Delivering mail and packages across campus, which may require extensive walking. The assistant should be prepared for a physically active role.
  • Keeping the office neat and organized. This will involve regular cleaning and maintenance tasks to ensure a productive working environment.
Requirements / Desirable Skills
  • Ability to lift and transport heavy items. The assistant will need to show physical strength and the ability to handle heavy items safely.
  • Good understanding of the campus layout and departments. This will require a keen sense of direction and the ability to learn quickly.
  • Excellent organizational skills for stacking, cataloging, and general mailroom management.
  • Strong interpersonal skills for interacting with faculty and supervisors. The assistant should be able to communicate effectively and professionally.
  • Professionalism and adaptability in a dynamic work environment. The assistant should be able to maintain a professional demeanor and adapt to changing circumstances in the workplace.
Hours Required 20
Administrative Services
Contact for Information Jacob Warren: and Vivian Paw:
Federal Work Study? No

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