Last updated: Friday, May 17, 2013
The following positions are open to La Sierra University Students. If you are interested in a particular position, please contact the department by dialing (951)785- and then the extension number provided
Applications for immediate openings for TA-2, Laboratory Teaching Assistant for BIOL 446L Human Gross Anatomy Lab are being accepted at PSC 107 or PSC 201. Application forms are available outside PSC 107, or can be emailed. Labs meet Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6 - 9 PM. Set-up/take-down may take hour before and after labs. Additional time may be needed as directed by instructor. TA-2 laboratory Teaching Assistant job description available from H.R. or Biology Stockroom on request. Two to three openings available. Previous completion of BIOL 446 with grade of B or higher required. For additional information contact Ryan VanDeventer at x2106 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The chemistry department is in need of a driver 21 over to drive the LSU van to transport some of our Instrumental Analysis students to LLU and back on Tuesdays (between 11-7) and Wednesdays (between 3-7). On Tuesdays we will be making two trips and only one on Wednesdays. The program starts April 16th. For more information or to apply, please contact Richard Rakijian at x2367.
The Human Resources Department is looking for a dependable, detail-oriented individual, that can multi-task in a fast-pace environment. Must be able to work Monday thru Thursday from 8:00a.m. until 12:30p.m., as well as during breaks such as the summer. Clerical test required. Must love to file. Must have excellent computer and phone skills, with the ability to be professional at all times. Must have the ability to self-start and take direction from multiple supervisors. A high degree of confidentiality is required at all times. Federal Work Study students are encouraged to apply.
A dependable student who has 4-5 hour blocks of time in the mornings, needed to work in the Landscape department. Must be able to lift 50lbs. If interested, please apply in person to the Landscape department. Tel: 785-2438.
Learning Support & Testing Center
Patient, organized, reliable student sought to facilitate active studying through scheduled sessions, one to three times per week. Student will meet with identified students with LD/ADHD/psychiatric disorders and students who would greatly benefit from more structured study time. Student should have an interest in helping others. Tutoring, volunteering and/or experience working in Psychology is a plus. Students majoring in helping professions, such as: Social Work, Counseling or Psychology are encouraged tp apply. Graduate students seeking to fulfill fieldwork/practicum hours in Social Work or Education degree programs are strongly desired and preferred. Experience working in a higher education setting and with students with disabilities, preferred. All students interested in applying should submit an application directly to the Learning Support and Testing Center and Office of Disability Services, which is located in the Lower Level of La Sierra Hall. Applications can be picked up at the front desk of the Center or can be found at www.lasierra.edu/lstc. When submitting an application, please also submit a resume and a copy of unofficial transcripts that can be obtained from Self Service at the La Sierra website.
Outstanding students needed to tutor college students in specific content areas in small groups. Must have received an A in course tutoring in, or interview with Department Chair. Must have excellent communication skills, enunciate clearly in English, and have knowledge of subject area. For more information, please contact LSTC front desk.
General Physics Lab TA
The Department of Physics is seeking individuals who have completed a full year of General Physics Labs her at La Sierra University, to work as General Physics Lab TA's. For more information, please contact Dr. Rouse at x2137.
The Physical Plant is looking for a student secretary. Clerical test required. For more information and/or to apply, please contact Zoreh Afshar at x2114.
Academic Transcript Clerk
The Records Office is seeking a Student Assistant who is dependable, detail-oriented with accurate record keeping and strict attention to detail. Must be able to work during all breaks, graduation weekend, and most importantly during the summer. Have the ability to interact effectively with department staff as well as campus and outside community. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and other related computer applications. Preferably students who can work a minimum of 20 hours a week. Clerical test required. Please contact Maritza at 951-785-2930 or email@example.com
Front Desk Clerk/Student Assistant
The Records Office is seeking a Front Desk Clerk who is dependable, detail-oriented with accurate record keeping and strict attention to detail. Must be able to work during all breaks, graduation weekend, and most importantly during the summer. Experience within a customer service oriented environment responding to and meeting/exceeding the needs of the customer. Answering high volume of phone calls and must be able to multitask. Have the ability to interact effectively with department staff as well as campus and outside community. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and other related computer applications. Independently draft letters and memos for signature or review by supervisor/manager, using correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, composition, text editing, and proofreading skills. Preferably graduate students who can work a minimum of 25 hours a week. Clerical test required. Please contact Elsa at 951-785-2487 or firstname.lastname@example.org