Recycling Student Lab Aide Position Opening at John Adams Campus

The John Adams Campus is looking to hire a student lab aide for custodial services. Details are listed below:

Qualifications:

All students must: be taking at least 6 units; have the ability to lift 35-40 lbs; work in incremental weather conditions, and have good communication skills. Applicants with experience in recycling, compost or waste reduction services are encouraged to apply. Knowledge of San Francisco recycling and compost laws a plus.
Weekend work may apply.

Job Description:

College Recycling & Waste Reduction Assistants

The CCSF recycling department is looking for students who have a sincere interest in the environment, a basic understanding of Zero Waste concepts and experience in waste reduction systems such as recycling and compost. Recycling assistants work in all phases of recycling and compost services throughout the District. Employment is available at each campus site, however, students are encouraged to work at the site where classes are being taken, but not required.

Duties include: Collection of recycling and compost materials; service equipment upkeep and cleaning; grounds and recycling yard maintenance; waste reduction monitoring; event outreach services, interactive student education development, research projects and outreach.
Students should be able to work independently as well as work with team members.

 

Interested students should go to http://www.ccsf.edu, click on Web4 and complete the SHEP process. Then make an appointment for a tuberculous skin test at Student Health Services (50 Phelan Ave, HC100) by calling 415-239-3110.

For more information about the position, contact Ms. Martinez at 415-239-3337 or cmartine@ccsf.edu

 
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