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Student Employment Opportunities

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

The Student Employment Program lists all jobs we receive in the office in the links below. These positions can be Federal Work-Study or Institutional Work-Study or both.   If you see a job in which you are interested, please use the preferred method of contact for the contact person listed in the posting. If you experience any problems locating a job or finding a position of interest, please contact the Student Employment Coordinator at (386) 506-3023 or via email at

Job Title: Support Technician
Department: Institute for Health Services
Campus Location: DB      
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week:   up to20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed:   8am-5pm Monday-Friday (Flexible)

Contact:  Mrs. Maggie Muszka
Method of contact:  call (386) 506-3522, in person Bldg 320 rm 540
Purpose of job:  Assist the Staff Assistant and Coordinator with duties of the Institute for Health Services.


  1. Provide coverage in office as needed.
  2. Greet customers in person or by phone. Provide course information & enter course registration information into computer.
  3. Assist with preparation of course packet forms for classes & make reminder phone calls to students about course date, time and directions.
  4. Perform office duties such as filing, copying, light typing, etc.
  5. Deliver paperwork to other departments on campus.
  6. Assist registering attendees for classes.
  7. Other duties relevant to the job as assigned by the supervisor.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Preference given to students majoring in nursing, health services program or human services
  • Computer skills in Windows environment: Word, Excel - also Power Point would be a plus
  • Work hours during the week are flexible around student's class schedule
  • Work independently on time sensitive and task oriented projects

Posted: October 12, 2017

Job Title: Dishwasher
Department: Ancillary - Café 101
Campus Location: DB                   

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon - Fri  (Flexible)

Contact:  Mr. Richard Knipple
Method of contact: Call (386) 506-3986, in person bldg. 1200 rm. 138, email
Purpose of job:  To clean and sanitize all dishes for culinary labs and Café 101 restaurant.


  1. Ability to operate dish washing machine to company and manufacturer specifications.
  2. Use proper measurements of detergent and sanitizer in the dish washing machine.
  3. Re-stock all dishes, glassware, utensils, pots and pans.
  4. Removes / takes out garbage.
  5. Break down, clean, and sanitize dish machine at end of shift
  6. Keeps dish and other storage areas clean and organized
  7. Other duties relevant to the job requested by the Sous Chef, Chef Intructors or Dean

Job Qualifications: 

  • Knowledge of basic sanitary guidelines
  • Knowledge of basic dish machine operations
  • Must be able to hear 100% accuracy with correction
  • Must be able to see 20/20 vision with correction
  • Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and managers 

Posted: September 28, 2017

Job Title: "Tutor" Community Service
Campus Location: Off campus at Chisholm Elementary School located in New Smyrna Beach             
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week: Up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.10
Times Needed:M – F  varies between 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Contact: Mrs. Lisa Crabtree
Method of contact: Call (386) 423-6307, in person at DSC NSB Campus bldg. 1 rm. 134, email

Purpose of job: Tutoring Chisholm elementary school students located New Smyrna in grades K-5 in either one-on-one or small group setting.  The tutor will implement the lessons designed by the classroom teacher.


  1. Tutoring K-5 elementary students in Math, ELA, Science and Social Studies in either one-on-one or group settings. 
  2. The tutor will assist the classroom teacher to ensure academic achievement for students he or she works with.
  3. Tutors will also work to support the children with development at their tutoring site.
  4. The tutor will assist with ensuring that all students receive a superior 21st century education.

Job Qualifications: 

  • It is the tutor's responsibility to report to and from the school site in which you will be tutoring.
  • It is expected that the tutor will be on time and prepared for each session. 
  • It is the tutor's responsibility to adhere to the ethics of any personnel on a school site.
  • Students must keep student information confidential.

Posted: September 28, 2017

Job Title: "Tutor" Community Service
Campus Location: Off campus Boys & Girls Club of New Smyrna Beach          
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week: Up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed:M, T & TH, 2:30 – 5:30 and W, 1:30 -5:30

Contact: Mrs. Lisa Crabtree
Method of contact: Call (386) 423-6307, in person at DSC NSB Campus bldg. 1 rm. 134, email
Purpose of job:  To provide assistance to the elementary age children at the New Smyrna Beach Boys and Girls Club to include reading to and supporting their development.


  1. To read books/stories to the elementary age New Smyrna Beach Boys and Girls Club children.
  2. Assisting with the planning and supervision of activities.
  3. Tutors will also work to support the children with development at their tutoring site.

Job Qualifications: 

  • A drug screening is required and will be paid by DSC
  • Experience working with children.
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

Posted: September 28, 2017

Job Title: Transcript Clerk
Department: Records
Campus Location: DB                  
Funding: FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.10
Times Needed:9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Mon - Fri (Flexible)

Contact:  Ms. Elena Henning
Method of contact: Call (386) 506-3478, in person bldg. 100, rm. 208
Purpose of job:  To assist in the Records department in preparing transcripts and mailings.


  1. Serve as office receptionist for walk ins and phones.                   
  2. Assist both students and staff with Records questions.   
  3. Sorting mail, filing, typing address labels.
  4. Other duties relevant to the job as needed and requested by supervisor.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Ability fo follow directions
  • Must possess computer skills
  • Light typing skills
  • Excellent customer service skills 

Posted: September 22, 2017

Job Title: Office Assistant
Department: Accounting
Campus Location:  DB                  
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Mon - Fri (Flexible)

Contact: Ms. Veronica Black
Method of contact: Call (386) 506-3455
Purpose of job: To assist the Accounting staff with day to day functions as needed.


  1. Computer input / retrieval.
  2. Miscellaneous typing.
  3. Miscellaneous filing.
  4. Making copies.
  5. Answer telephones during busy periods.
  6. Other duties relevant to the job as needed. 

Job Qualifications: 

  • Must be able to use general office equipment unassisted; copy machine, calculator, type writer, etc
  • Must be friendly, professional, and able to greet the general public
  • Working knowledge of Word and Excel is a plus
  • Business major is a plus, but not required
  • Filing and Office experience

Posted: September 22, 2017

Job Title:  Student Assistant I
Department: Office of Student Accounts
Campus Location: DB                   

Hours per week: 20
Pay per hour: $8.10
Times Needed: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.  Monday - Friday         

Contact: Mrs. Michelle La Plant
Method of contact:  Call (386) 506-3750 or, in person bldg. 100 rm. 102
Purpose of job:  To provide assistance to the Office of Student Accounts with all aspects of student services.


  1. Answer phones and greet students.
  2. Direct students to appropriate departments for billing/registration problems.
  3. Assist with data entry and word processing
  4. Photocopying, filing, and running errands to other departments.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Must be able to work under stressful situations.
  • Must be computer literate.
  • Must possess knowledge of accounting principles.
  • Must possess office skills.
  • Must be able to work independently, effectively and professionally.

Revised: September 1, 2017

Job Title: Public Address Announcer
Department: Athletics/Wellness
Campus Location:  DB                  
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed:11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Mon - Sun (Flexible according to the event scheduling)

Contact:  Mr. Cody White
Method of contact:  Call 506-3346, email, in person bldg. 310 rm 106B
Purpose of job:  To announce during athletic events.


  1. Assist in set up and break down of events.
  2. Announce starting line-ups, in-game announcements, public address announcements, presentations, sponsorship announcements, contests, and coming events.
  3. Work with supervisor and sound tech to ensure timing of announcements.
  4. Other duties relevant to the job as assigned by the Athletic Event Specialist.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Ability to make clear and coherent announcements
  • Able to pronounce difficult words or names
  • Understanding of multiple athletic sports
  • Problem-solving ability
  • Must be very dependable
  • The ability to work as part of a team and be very dependable
  • Must be available for flexible work schedule (nights, weekends, holidays) 

Posted: August 30, 2017

Job Title: Office Assistant
Department: Admissions
Campus Location: DB                  
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week: 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. Mon - Fri

Contact:  Ms. Beth Hoodiman
Method of contact: Email
Purpose of job:  To provide assistance to students and staff of the Admissions Office.


  1. Assist students with general directions and referrals to the appropriate staff members.
  2. Answering and directing phone calls.
  3. Provide campus tours.
  4. General clerical office duties.
  5. Other duties relevant to the job as assigned by supervisor.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Must dress appropriately for an office environment
  • Must be dependable, reliable, and possess interpersonal skills
  • Must act in a professional manner when interacting with students and staff
  • Must maintain confidentiality of documented information in student files

Posted: August 23, 2017

Job Title: Peer Tutor
Department: TRIO Student Support Services
Campus Location: DB                  
Funding:   IWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed:  8 a.m. - 6 p.m.  Mon - Fri (Flexible) Hours based on tutoring needs

Contact:  Ms. Angela Gonzalez
Method of contact: call (386) 506-3584, email,in person bldg. 500 rm. 109.
Purpose of job:  Provide one-on-one or small group math, science, Spanish, or American Sign Language tutoring to students.


  1. Provide academic support to students of varying skill levels in learning-centered environment.
  2. Develop rapport and empower students to transition to self-reliant, independent learners.
  3. Explain, clarify, and clearly communicate subject area knowledge to students.
  4. Customize tutoring sessions to meet unique learning preferences of students.
  5. Display an enthusiastic, helpful, patient, and professional attitude with students, staff, and faculty.
  6. Maintain timely and daily records of student attendance and tutorial session content.
  7. Demonstrate awareness of and adherence to tutoring and college policies and guidelines.
  8. Attend scheduled tutor trainings and meetings as required.
  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 (forms available from Mrs. Greenbaum)
  • Must be able to tutor multiple levels of math and/or science
  • 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
  • Have good communication and interpersonal relationship skills 

Posted: August 14, 2017

Job Title: Peer Tutor
Department: Writing Center
Campus Location:  ALL REGIONAL CAMPUSES        
Funding:   FWS or IWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mon - Sat  (Flexible)

Contact: Ms. Kristen Bales
Method of contact: call (386) 506-3034, email, in person bldg. 200, rm. 107A.
Purpose of job:  To clarify communication and writing-related subject matter through one-on-one or small group tutoring.


  1. Tutors writers at any level of proficiency on any type or stage of writing.
  2. Arrive and beging tutoring sessions daily and on time
  3. Actively participate in trainings and meetings by asking questions and brainstorming solutions
  4. Bring questions or concerns about sessions to the Associate Director, Coordinator, or Writing Specialists
  5. Assist the Writing Center staff with other tasks as needed
  6. Write post-tutoring reports in TutorTrac
  7. Review resources as requested or when not seeing clients
  8. Work on Writing Center relevant projects/task when not tutoring

Job Qualifications: 

  • Ability to explain writing concepts to help clients improve their communication skills
  • Have an interest in writing and be familiar with academic writing conventions, including citation styles, grammar, and organization
  • Must be empathetic, caring, and able to respond to client's anxiety about writing
  • Have fundamental digital literacy; preferably knowledgable of MS Office, relevant academic software, and DSC technology-based resources like FalconOnline
  • Must be in good academic standing
  • Must possess good time management skills

Posted: August 14, 2017

Job Title: Aquatic Center Lifeguard
Department: Health, Wellness, and Athletics
Campus Location:  DB               
Funding:   FWS or IWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed:6 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Mon - Fri, Sat 9 - 1 (Flexible)

Contact:  Mrs. Laura Anderson
Method of contact: Call (386) 506-3248, email, in person bldg. 310, rm. 103.

Purpose of job:  To ensure safety & wellbeing 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

Posted: August 14, 2017


Job Title: Lab Assistant
Department: Science
Campus Location:  Flagler             
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon -  Fri  (Flexible)

Contact: Ms. Sarah Ho
Method of contact:  (386) 246-4832
Purpose of job:  Assist in science lab preparation.


  1. Assist in preparation set-up of materials and equipment in the science lab. Assist in maintaining slides, materials, supplies, and  handouts used in preparation/labs.
  2. Clean up after science labs.
  3. Assist in maintaining inventory lists, lab preparation sheets, lab equipments, etc.
  4. Knowledge and use of first aid equipment and safety procedures in the science lab setting and preparation room.
  5. Responsible for reporting to the science lab manager and faculty, any problems pertaining to the science labs, students using the labs, and/or security. Make sure all doors are locked when not in use.
  6. Use the computer for documentation, inventory, etc.
  7. Assist in special projects when the need arises.
  8. Assist in care of laboratory animals.
  9. Must have basic computer skills.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Must have taken BSC1005C/L, and/or BSC1085 C/L, BSC1086 C/L
  • Must be able to work with chemicals
  • Must be able to follow written and oral instructions
  • Must be physically able to carry, lift, bend, and climb
  • Must be able to work with animals
  • Must have basic computer skills

Posted: August 9, 2017

Job Title: Note Taker, Reader, Scribe
Department: Student Disability Services
Location: DB, NS, Flag, ATC                      
Funding: FWS or IWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.10
Times Needed:  8 a.m - 5 p.m. Mon-Fri  (Flexible) Evenings possible 5 p.m - 9:20 p.m.   

Contact:  Mrs. Cindy McAvoy
Method of contact:  (386) 506-3354, bldg. 100 Annex rm 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 notetaker be 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: 

  • Must have Completed ENC1101 with a "C", and a minimum of MAT0028 with a "C"
  • Punctuality and dependability in attendance of assigned classes
  • Completion of all required employment documents prior to beginning employment if selected for the position
  • Must provide at least one faculty reference
  • Completion of contact form for each assigned session
  • Professional business attire; no jeans, shorts, or flip flops

Posted: revised July 14th

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