Financial Aid


Work-Study Job Listings

Student Employment Opportunities at the College of Southern Idaho

Summer Openings

Location: CSI Campus Department: Maintenance
How to Apply: In person or Email Contact/Supervisor: Cindy Flowers   (732-6604)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Working on the grounds doing various tasks, custodial, and other misc. duties. Must be 18 years of age or older to drive departmental vehicles or operate power tools. A valid driverís license is required.
Location: HSHS 113 Department: Health Sciences & Human Services
How to Apply: In person or phone Contact/Supervisor: Vicki Stearns   (732-6700)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Student will need basic computer skills, excellent filing skills, phone experience, be able to run errands to copy center and/or testing center and provide customer service to walk-in students. Confidentiality important. Duties include general office procedures including making copies, sorting mail, faxing and answering phones. Please do not apply if you are an HSHS major or enrolled in any HSHS courses.
Location: Meyerhoeffer/ADC 219 Department: Academic Development Center
How to Apply: In person or phone Contact/Supervisor: Kat Powell   (732-6685)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Peer tutoring position in the area of Math,Computer Literacy,Chemistry and Biology. Please refer to to review peer tutor qualifications.
Location: Taylor 202 Department: Community Education
How to Apply: In person or phone Contact/Supervisor: Diane Gause   (208-732-6442)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Student needs to be familiar with Word and Excel. Student sends out marketing and bulk mailings, proof reads, does copy work necessary for keeping records, filing, assists with walk in traffic and some phone coverage. Able to do tasks as assigned.
Location: Taylor Matrix 142 Department: Admissions & Records
How to Apply: In person or phone Contact/Supervisor: Zetell Nelson   (732-6264)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Data entry, phone coverage, front desk coverage, and assistance with record keeping. The position requires detailed tedious work. A minimum of 3 semesters left at CSI. Call for an interview after July 17th for openings starting July 28th-Aug. 22, and Fall semester starting Aug. 25th.
Location: Aspen 126 Department: Social Science
How to Apply: By e-mail or by phone Contact/Supervisor: Lee Ann Hagan   (732-6867)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: General office duties. Prefer student who is familiar with Blackboard.
Location: CSI Fish Hatchery Department: Agriculture - Aquaculture
How to Apply: In person or phone Contact/Supervisor: Steve Rivas   (732-6403)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Daily maintenance of fish, feeding, cleaning, grading, sorting and handling fish. Data collection on scientific projects.
Location: Evergreen ISBDC C-77 Department: Idaho Small Business Development Center
How to Apply: Email Contact/Supervisor: Bryan Matsuoka   (208-732-6451)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Email resume and excel attatchment showing possible work schedule to with subject line work-study. Do consider your study times to be successful in your coursework. Filing, copying, research assistant, training assistant and other duties as assigned or as capabilities permit. Prefer that student has experience using Microsoft Outlook and Word. Availability to work over spring and winter breaks.
Location: Gym 120-A Department: Sports & Public Information
How to Apply: In person or phone Contact/Supervisor: Karen Baumert   (208-732-6493)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: Helping with sports information, data entry, typing, filing, photo archiving, and other duties as assigned.
Location: Herrett Center Gallery Department: Herrett Center for Arts & Science
How to Apply: By phone Contact/Supervisor: Carolyn Browning   (732-6656)
Hours: Salary: $7.50
Description: The candidate for this position will be responsible for monitoring activities in the museum galleries. They must be willing to learn gallery content, answer questions from visitors, observe and assist in use of electronic equipment, and participate as needed with events at the Center. They may assist with graphic design projects and exhibit related tasks. They must have good communication and organizational skills, computer knowledge, the ability to work effectively and patiently with children as well as adults and large groups. Graphic design experience is desirable.