Student Employment Work Study

Student Employment & Work Study is available to currently enrolled students at Porterville College. Our purpose is to coordinate the hiring of on-campus job placement and various off-campus placements funded by Porterville College by the Federal Work Study Program, Campus Work Study Program, and CalWORK's Work Study Program.

 

It is our goal to provide students with vital employment experience, supplemental income, and an accommodating schedule while working toward a degree or certificate.

Forms

Note regarding the Direct Deposit and Payroll process: Student payroll is processed on the 1st of every month in the form of a check. To receive Direct Deposit, submit the Direct Deposit form to the Financial Aid Office.

For Work Study Supervisors

To access the Student Worker Request Form and Student Worker Evaluation Form, please go to the Porterville College Portal. 

Job Openings

IT Office Assistant

Job Description

The Student Assistant will provide technical support and assistance to faculty, staff, and fellow students in the IT department. This role is ideal for a tech-savvy student with strong communication skills, a passion for troubleshooting, and a desire to contribute to the smooth operation of IT.

Preferred Skills:

Basic computer installation, record inventory, space management in computer storage.

 


  1. Application for Student Employment
  2. I-9 Form for applicants with a Social Security Number, I-9 Form for no SSN, W-4 Form
  3. EDD

  4. Completion of the WTE Training and Student Orientation

  5. KCCD Background Check Process

Maintenance and Operations: Custodial

Job Description

General routine custodial duties, to include dusting, taking out trash, mopping, vacuuming, cleaning restrooms, and restocking paper and soap supplies. Assisting with event setups and breakdowns. Washing carts.

Preferred Skills

Basic knowledge of cleaning procedures and supplies. Knowledge of how to use cleaning equipment such as vacuums and cleaning products.

 

Outreach Student Assistant

Job Description

Attend outreach events and engage with potential student/community members. Provide general and program specific information about courses, resources, and programs offered at PC. Set up and break down informational booths. Inventory and organize outreach materials. Work evenings and weekends as needed. Support team in other daily outreach planning and implementation.

Preferred Skills:

Organizational skills, Customer Service skills, Phone Etiquette, Time Management, Positive Attitude, Patient, Flexible and Enthusiastic.

 

Admissions and Records Office Assistant

Job Description

  • Provide students, staff and the public/community general information about the college and direct them to the right department, filing, ability to answer phones, light typing, assisting staff with various projects, shredding and daily sanitation of work space.
  • Preferred Skills: Organizational skills, customer service skills, phone etiquette, filing, positive attitude, patience and flexibility.

Education Fieldwork Liaison

Job Description

  • Education Fieldwork Program: Each semester all of our EDUC P110 Introduction to Elementary Education students are placed in PUSD schools to do 45 classroom fieldwork observation hours. Completion of these hours is required to pass the course. Onboarding them involves a TB test, live scan (fingerprints), completed forms, a visit to the PUSD office, etc.
  • This student worker would assist each student to ensure that they are onboarded for their 45 classroom fieldwork observation hours. They would also assist students with any questions they have throughout the semester, helping to ensure that they complete their hours.
  • Skills needed: organization, communication, relational, computer and technology.
 

Cashier - Swap Meet Foundation Office

Job Description

  • Knowledge of cash handling
  • Collect entry and vendor fees
  • Make and provide receipts
  • Track customer entry and counts
  • Ability to multi-task and cross train as needed
  • Customer service oriented
  • Serve as ambassador to customers as needed
  • Cash reconciliation
  • Clean and maintain workstation & break areas
  • Support event safety and rules
  • Maintain event grounds
 

  1. Application for Student Employment
  2. I-9 Form for applicants with a Social Security Number, I-9 Form for no SSN, W-4 Form
  3. EDD

  4. Completion of the WTE Training and Student Orientation

  5. KCCD Background Check Process

Custodial - Swap Meet Foundation Office

Job Description

  • Support event setup
  • Customer service oriented
  • Serve as ambassador to customers as needed
  • Support event safety and rules
  • Ability to multi-task and cross train as needed
  • Perform routine cleaning and maintenance
    • Hourly bathroom checks and restocking
    • Hourly bathroom sanitation
    • Trash removal
    • Maintain event grounds
    • Clean and maintain workstation & break areas