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Student Employment Opportunities

How to apply for on-campus student employment job opportunities:

  • On each job advertisement there will be a named "Contact." This contact should be contacted according to the indicated "Method of Contact" to set-up an interview.
  • Jobs can be located on any of the college campuses. On each advertisement particular attention should be paid to the "Campus." This indicates the particular Daytona State College campus the job assignment would be located.

Job Title:   Student Support Tech
Department:   Library Services
Location:   DB             
Funding:   FWS

Hours per week:   up to20
Pay per hour:  $8.05
Times needed:  8a - 8p Mon - Thurs;  8a - 5p Fri and  9a - 2p Sat (Flexible)

Contact:  Mrs. Cheryl Kohen
Method of contact:  call 506-4305, in person bldg. 210 rm. 130, email
Purpose of job:  To assist all visitors and staff of the Learning Commons.


  1. Assist students and staff with knowledgeable technical support, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite, Falcon Online navigation, and other DSC technology-based resources.
  2. Troubleshoot computer-related issues, printers, monitors and related computer operating systems.
  3. Inform students of the Learning Commons services and resources and refer them appropriately.
  4. Assist students and staff with sign-in/out procedures and pay-for-print processes.
  5. Assist students with equipment checkouts and maintain logs.
  6. Answer phones politely, route calls appropriately and take messages when necessary. Staff the Student Help Desk phone lines as needed.
  7. Act in a manner that supports the College’s customer-first policy.
  8. Commute within the main campus and to College's branch campuses as needed.
  9. Perform other duties relevant to the job as assigned.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Advanced knowledge of computers, latest desktop software (especially Microsoft Office Suite), web browsers, and DSC technology-based resources (i.e. Falcon Online, FalconNet, Learning Commons webpages)
  • Excellent customer service skills and possess a professonal and welcoming demeanor
  • Organized and able to handle general office tasks
  • Punctual, reliable, and have good time management skills
  • Ability to work with students with diverse personalities and backgrounds
  • Computer Technology major preferred but not required.

Date posted:  Nov. 23, 2015

Job Title:   Aquatic Center Lifeguard

Department:   Health, Wellness and Athletics
Location:   DB             
Funding:   FWS or IWS

Hours per week:   20
Pay per hour:  $8.05
Times needed:   6am - 7:30pm Mon-Fri, Sat 9am-1pm (Flexible)

Contact:  Mrs. Nancy Homan
Method of contact:   506-3838, bldg. 310 rm 103,
Purpose of job:  To ensure safety & well being of the Aquatic Center patrons, including surveillance of pool and surrounding areas. Provide first aid and emergency care utilizing certificate skills as needed. Assist with daily operations of the Aquatic Center.


  1. Communicate effectively with patrons and other staff members.
  2. Provide emergency care when needed.
  3. Provide lifeguarding for the facility and its patrons.
  4. Perform cleanup and maintenance of Aquatic Center pool area, locker facilities and classroom.
  5. Assist Athletic Department staff with a variety of tasks during athletic events.
  6. Assume responsibilities of opening & closing of Aquatic Center, restrooms, and locker facilities.
  7. Facility equipment care, cleaning and maintenance.
  8. Appear professional/wear lifeguard uniform.
  9. Other duties as assigned by the Aquatic Center Specialist and/or Coordinator.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Certified American Red Cross Lifeguard, First Aid, and CPR for the professional rescuer
  • Must be able to swim 300 yards and retrieve 10 lb object from minimum of 7 ft depth
  • Must possess good interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Must be interested in providing water safety
  • Must have a flexible schedule, be able to work nights and/or weekends
  • Be dependable and prompt in attendance

Date posted:  Nov. 9, 2015

Job Title:   Front Desk Assistant
Department:  Career Services  
Location:   DB             
Funding:   FWS

Hours per week:   20
Pay per hour:  $8.05
Times needed:   8am - 7pm Mon-Fri  (Flexible); Must be able to work evenings

Method of contact:   Email cover letter and attach resume.
Purpose of job:   To assist the staff of the Career Center and cover the front desk area.


  1. Provide exemplary customer service and screening as a receptionist.
  2. Computer usage in scheduling appointments and accessing all staff schedules, various projects using MS Word, and Excel.
  3. Greet students, answer phones, retrieve messages, answer basic questions, return phone calls, photocopy, assemble materials, run campus errands and stock supplies.
  4. Screen and direct students to appropriate staff, departments or informational materials.
  5. Post jobs on campus.
  6. Work with staff on targeted projects
  7. Keep bulletin boards up to date, keep reception area and lobby areas clean.
  8. Enter basic information into databases.
  9. Assist with Jobs Fairs.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Must be able to work under demanding and sometimes stressful situations
  • Must demonstrate maturity, dependability and possess excellent communication skills.
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality
  • Able to work independently and professionally with little supervision
  • Must possess strong computer skills, basic clerical skills and excellent telephone etiquette
  • Exhibit punctuality

Date posted:  Nov. 4, 2015

Job Title:   IT Academic Computing Tech Assistant
Department:   IT Academic Computing
Location:     Flagler Campus           
Funding:   FWS

Hours per week:    20
Pay per hour:  $8.05
Times needed:   8a - 5p Mon – Fri (Flexible)

Contact:  Mr. Joseph Bond
Method of contact:   (386) 246-4813 or in person bldg. 2 rm. 106G or
Purpose of job:   Assist AC Lab Mgrs. with daily operations of a computerized environment


  1. Trouble-shoot/repair computers, printers, monitors and related computer operating systems.
  2. Interact with DSC's administrators, faculty and staff to assure prompt delivery of services and respond to needs under supervisors guidance.
  3. Commute to different locations within the main campus and to College's branch campuses (for: removal, replacement/setup/configuration, and/or storage of computer/software) as needed.
  4. Assist Managers with other duties relevant to the position as needed.
  5. Report, as needed, to supervisor any Information Technology related issues that may arise.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Pursuant of a degree in any Computer Technology field.
  • Advanced knowledge of computers, latest desktop software, operating systems, web browser software, and hardware. Some networking experience is helpful.
  • Have basic computer skills with knowledge of taking components out of computer, and troubleshooting/diagnosing the troubled part.
  • Must be able to communicate well with students and staff.
  • Must have the ability to understand oral and written instructions without hesitence.
  • Ability to lift 50+ pounds when required.

Date posted:  Oct. 8, 2015

Job Title:  Patient Simulator Lab Assistant
Department:   Human Patient Simulator
Location:   DB             
Funding:   FWS

Hours per week:   2 - 3
Pay per hour:  $8.05
Times needed:   8a - 5p Mon – Fri (Flexible)

Contact:  Ms.Kimberly Beechler
Method of contact:   (386) 506-3722 or
Purpose of job:   To provide assistance to the Human Patient Simulator department in order to increase student learning in nursing and allied health programs.  


  1. Setup, maintenance, organization, and cleaning of patient simulators and environments.
  2. Maintain calendar of patient simulation experiences--anticipate need for setup and cleaning.
  3. Organize patient simulator equipment and environment.
  4. Compile patient simulation effectiveness data and maintain in an organized fashion.
  5. Act as patient voice or family member during simulation scenarios as needed.
  6. Operate patient simulation software in MAC or Windows environment.
  7. Stock equipment as needed.
  8. Stock or enter medications or patient information into medication dispensary or computer as needed.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Exceptional organizational and creative skills
  • Capable of independent and cooperative work
  • Fluency in MS Word, MS Excel, and/or other microsoft or macintosh applications
  • Ability to lift and move 50-75 pounds
  • Ability to work with cleansing agents and other materials
  • Medical knowledge preferred

Date posted:  Sept. 28, 2015

Job Title:   Peer Tutor
Department:    Academic Support Center
Location:  DB              
Funding:   FWS or IWS  

Hours per week:   6 to20
Pay per hour:  $8.05
Times needed:   8a - 9p Mon - Thurs; 8a - 8p Fri; 8a - 4p Sat  (Flexible)

Contact:  Ms. Mindy Brodsky
Method of contact:   506-3445 or bldg.. 500 rm. 105 or
Purpose of job:   To clarify course-related subject matter through one-on-one or small-group tutoring.


  1. Act in a manner that supports the College’s customer-first policy.
  2. Display an enthusiastic, helpful, patient, and encouraging attitude with students, staff, and faculty.
  3. Clarify course-related subject matter to students through one-on-one or small-group tutoring.
  4. Demonstrate proficiency in subject area.
  5. Circulate in the lab assisting students and follow best practices for tutoring students.
  6. Encourage students to become independent learners.
  7. Demonstrate awareness of and adherence to ASC policies.
  8. Assist students with sign-in/sign-out, pay-for-print, and basic computer navigation, as needed.
  9. Perform other duties relevant to the job as needed and assigned.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Be currently enrolled at DSC; earn a GPA of 3.0 or better in courses tutored and maintain a 3.0 overall GPA
  • Obtain a recommendation from an instructor for each course tutored
  • Have good communication and interpersonal relationship skills
  • Have the ability to work with students with diverse personalities, backgrounds, and skill levels
  • Demonstrate good time management skills, a professional demeanor, and a diligent attitude.
  • Be punctual, reliable, and conscientious. 

Date posted:  Sept. 22, 2015

Job Title:  IT Falcon-AID Kiosk Tech
Department:  IT Falcon-AID        
Location:  DB                       

FundingFWS or IWS
Hours per week:  20

Pay per hour:  $8.05
Times needed:  Mon. - Thrus. 8am - 8pm, Fri. 8am - 5pm, Sat. 8am - 4pm  (Flexible)  
Contact:  Mrs. Wygant
Method of contact:  (386) 506-3436 or in person bldg. 300 rm. 108 or

Purpose of job:  To assist IT Service Desk Mgrs. and Coordinators to support the college community (students, faculty and staff) in person and over the phone with technical issues related to DSC's Technology and Academic Environment.


  1. To staff the Falcon-AID Help Desk Kiosk and assisting with walk-ins, phone lines, and emails.
  2. Provide basic IT support and direction to students/faculty/staff using DSC's resources.
  3. Accept technical support calls and e-mails to the IT Falcon-AID and Falcon Online and log them using our IT Service Desk SR (Service Request) Tracking System.
  4. Assist Student/Faculty/Staff with smart devices setup to access DSC's WI-FI & college resources.
  5. Interact with DSC's administrators, faculty and staff to assure prompt delivery of services and respond to needs under supervisors guidance.
  6. Forward technical support walk-ins, email or phone calls that can not be resolve to the appropriate IT Service Desk area/technician.
  7. Reports IT related issues that may arise to supervisor as needed.
  8. Maintain proper working order and cleanliness of equipment at Falcon-AID Kiosk area.
  9. Assist Coordinator and Managers with other duties related to the position as needed.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Must be a pursuant of a degree in any Computer Technology field
  • Advanced knowledge of computers, latest desktop software, operating systems, web browser software and hardware and smart devices. Some networking experience is helpful 
  • Advance knowledge in the navegation of all Academic related web sites i.e.; MyDaytonaState and Falcon Online portals
  • Able to communicate well with students/faculty/staff
  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions along with excellent customer service skills
  • Reliability is a must

Date posted: July 7, 2015

Job Title: Note Taker, Reader, Scribe
Department: SDS/Auxiliary Learning Aid
Campus: Daytona Beach, DeLand, Deltona, New Smyrna, 
Funding: FWS and IWS

Hours per week: Up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.05
Times needed: 8am-5pm Mon-Friday - (Flexible) Some Evenings possible

Contact: Mrs. Cindy McAvoy
Method of contact: By phone 386-506-3238, by email or in person in Bldg. 100 annex Room #108
Purpose of job: To assist students on a daily basis to become academically successful.


  1. Take legible notes in class, read classroom materials and tests, scribe/type for disabled student.
  2. May be assigned to do interim note taking should the disabled student's note-taker by absent; may also be assigned as a reader for testing purposes.
  3. Maintain confidentiality at all times regarding student, office records, and information.
  4. Perform all tasks with a friendly, professional work attitude at all times.

Job Qualifications:

  • Punctuality and dependability to attend assigned classes.
  • Provide at least one faculty reference.
  • Complete all required employment documents prior to beginning employment if selected for the position.
  • Complete contact form for each assigned session
  • Professional business attire; no jeans, shorts, or flip flops.
  • Provide advance notice if unable to attend assigned session.
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Last updated: 2015-11-23T20:56:12.24Z