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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: Disability Specialist-Lab Tech          
Department: School of Engineering Technology
Campus Location: ATC    
FundingFWS or IWS

Hours per week:  up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.25
Times Needed: 8am - 5pm Mon-Fri (Flexible)

Contact: Mrs. Jessica Matthews          
Method of contact: call (386) 506-4138 or in person ATC-1 rm. 104E or email
Purpose of job: Disability - Related Accommodation Support.


  1. Provide general support for faculty with physical disability in office, classroom, and laboratory environments including entry/keyboarding, copying, faxing, running errands, and related activities.  
  2. Accommodate and support faculty with physical disability with major duties and functions of the job such as lifting objects and teaching and educational work-related equipment and items heavier than  0.1 pounds.
  3. Assist with physical access to spaces and operating classrooms and laboratory equipment.
  4. Assist with accessing physical spaces, operating presentation and teaching-related equipment of conference room, meeting rooms, presentation halls, and other locations on the DSC campuses.
  5. Provide support with maintaining equipment and teaching tools for instructions in classrooms.
  6. Provide support and assist with setting up recording equipment for online classes.
  7. Support with courses and laboratory preparation.
  8. Providing advance guidance and navigation advice on accessible path of travel and emergency exits, making sure they are clear at all times including in case of emergency.
  9. Assist with other duties relevant to the job as assigned by the supervisor. 

Job Qualifications: 

  • Engineering Technology or any  related major
  • Must be dependable, punctual, have very strong work ethics, and maintain confidentiality
  • Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Must have experience working with people with physical disability
  • Must be efficient in working with Microsoft office related-software for editing, formatting, etc.
  • Must be able to meet the schedule provided by the supervisor

Posted: May 23, 2018

Job Title: IT Falcon-AID Kiosk Tech
Department: Academic Computing
Campus Location: DB
Funding: FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.25
Times Needed: Mon. - Thurs. 7:30am - 5 pm, Fri. 7:30am - 5pm, Sat. 8am - 4pm, Flexible

Contact: Mrs. Yudith Day-Wygant
Method of contact: call (386) 506-3436, in person bldg.. 300 rm 108, email
Purpose of job: To assist IT Service Desk Mgrs. / 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 supervisor’s 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 browsers, software, hardware and smart devices. Some networking experience is helpful
· Familiar with navigation of all academic related web sites i.e.; MyPS and Falcon Online
· 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

Posted: May 18, 2018

Job Title: Computer Technician
Department: IT Resources Support
Campus Location: DB
Funding: FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.25
Times Needed: 8am - 5pm Mon-Fri (Flexible)

Contact: Kyle Dabney
Method of contact: call 506-3787 or email or in person bldg. 300 rm. 132.
Purpose of job: Maintain and install computing equipment and perform related office duties. 


1. Maintains computer equipment assuring that equipment is properly cleaned and is operational.
2. Provides assistance to College staff on computer software programs and the College network.
3. Assists with maintaining appropriate labs inventory.
4. Work at the Helpdesk and provides general information about departmental activities.
5. Reviews, provides, and distributes information from files and records as appropriate.
6. Assists with computer deployment projects, also day to day technical maintenance.
7. Assists with computer configuration or repairs and special projects or tasks.
8. Assists with tracking computer usage and reporting tasks.
9. Other duties relevant to the job as necessary.

Job Qualifications:

  • Must have considerable PC experience and must be knowledgeable in Microsoft Office 365
  • Knowledge of basic office practices & procedures, plus the ability to work a flexible schedule
  • Ability to understand and communicate effectively both orally and in writing
  • Ability to learn assigned clerical tasks readily and to adhere to prescribed routines independently
  • Ability to deal effectively with faculty and staff members
  • Experience with Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 10 and basic networking skills

Posted: May 17, 2018


Job Title: Museum Sr. Assistant
Department: Museum of Photography
Campus Location: DB
Funding: FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.25
Times Needed: 10am-5pm Tues, Thurs, Fri; 10am-7pm Wed; 1pm-5pm Sat/Sun (Flexible)

Contact: Ms. Stephanie Shaw
Method of contact: call (386) 506-3074 or Bldg. 1200 Rm. 253 or
Purpose of job: Assists the Museum's Senior Staff with duties in various areas and monitors the security of the Museum's exhibits.


1. Assists senior staff in at least one of the following areas: supervision of gallery and reception areas, preparation and installation of photographs for exhibit, registration and collections, reference library, gift shop, educational programming, document and image scanning, data entry and/or photography/videography.
2. Organizes and maintains area of responsibility according to museum procedures.
3. Continuously monitors the Museum for security from theft, misuse, and vandalism.
4. Other duties relevant to the job as needed.

Job Qualifications:

  • Must be dependable, punctual, and neat in appearance
  • MacIntosh and PC computer skills a plus
  • Ability to follow instructions/directions
  • Ability to work independently without direct supervision
  • Must possess good communication and critical thinking skills
  • Be available to work weekends and evenings during special Museum events

Posted: May 16, 2018

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

Funding:  FWS
Hours per week:  up to 20
Pay per hour:   $8.25

Times Needed: 8am - 5pm Mon-Fri (Flexible)
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, scanning 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 and have a pleasant phone voice
  • Must be able to work independently, effectively and professionally

Posted: May 10, 2018

Job Title: Office Assistant
Department: College of Business Administration
Campus Location: DB      
Funding:  FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.25
Times Needed: 8am - 5pm Mon-Fri (Flexible)

Contact:  Ms. Nancy Thompson     
Method of contact: call (386) 506-3086 or email
Purpose of job:  Provide assistance to staff and faculty of the School of Business Administration Department.


  1. Assist staff in managing office operations including greeting visitors, directing students to appointments with faculty, and assisting students with scheduling appointments.
  2. Assist staff in developing student information materials (PowerPoints, letters, flyers, and other forms of program communications).
  3. Assist staff in generating reports.
  4. Assist staff in organizing and maintaining the neatness of supply rooms, bulletin boards, copy room, and seating areas.
  5. Generate and process mailing materials.
  6. Use the telephone, computer, and social media for program recruitment, retention, and information sharing.
  7. Assist with copying, faxing, and printing.
  8. Deliver items/paper work to other buildings on the Daytona Campus.

Job Qualifications: 

  • Requires highly productive and efficient individual
  • Requires preparation of PowerPoint presentations and professional presentation to audience
  • Intermediate MS Office skills required including Excel reports and PowerPoint presentations
  • Professional appearance and demeanor required
  • General knowledge of office equipment
  • Ability to type 30 WPM

Posted: April 30, 2018

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

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:   $8.25
Times Needed:8am - 5pm Mon - Fri (Flexible)

Contact: Neil Daley     
Method of contact: call (386) 246—4848 or email or in person in FC-2 106C
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 hesitance.

Posted: April 30, 2018

Job Title: Student Development Assistant
Judicial Affairs
Campus Location:
Daytona Beach Campus

Hours per week: Up to 20
Pay per hour: $8.25
Times Needed: One morning shift: 8:30 am to 12:30 pm / One afternoon Shift: 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Contact: Mrs. Nicole Schmitt
Method of contact: in person at Daytona Campus building 100, room 210  email

Purpose of job:The Office of Student Development and Judicial Affairs is in need of two Student Employees; one for the morning shift and one for the afternoon. The purpose of this position is to primarily assist Judicial affairs with special projects and activities, as well as, covering the office at designated times throughout the week. The student employee will also be responsible for assisting other departments within the division as needed.


Provide exemplary customer service and screening at the front desk in the Vice President's office, Career Services, and other departments within Student Development.
Assist with miscellaneous projects
Other clerical responsibilities might include, but not limited to, faxing, making copies, answering phone calls, organizing and filing important documents, as assigned.

Job Qualifications:

Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
Must be dependable, mature, and possess excellent interpersonal skills.
Must be able to work independently and professionally, demonstrating a strong work ethic.
Most possess good computer skills and basic clerical skills.
Must possess excellent telephone etiquette.

Posted: February 14, 2018

Job Title: Student Assistant
Department: Nursing
Campus Location: DB
Funding: FWS

Hours per week: 20
Pay per hour: $8.25
Times Needed: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday (Flexible)

Contact: Dr. Miles
Method of contact: (386) 506-3720, in person bldg. 320 rm 211, email
Purpose of job: Assist department clerical staff and skills lab coordinator. 


1. Answer telephone, assist with document preparation, photocopy materials, dispatch correspondence on and off campus, and distribute mail.
2. Typing, filing, and file maintenance.
3. Assist in setting up equipment for clinical classroom situations to include: obtaining supplies, setting up labs, re-shelving and disassembling equipment, and setting up computer lab.
4. Other duties as assigned and relevant to the job.

Job Qualifications:

  • Must have good communication skills
  • Must be proficient in typing 45 wpm
  •  Must be proficient with Microsoft office software
  •  Must be dependable with good interpersonal skills

 Posted: January 16, 2018

Job Title: Note Taker, Reader, Scribe
Department: Student Disability Services
Location: All Campuses                   
Funding: FWS

Hours per week: up to 20
Pay per hour:  $8.25
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: January 16, 2018

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