Current Job Openings
The following postitions are now open for the 2021-2022 academic year!
- Triton Game Room Assistant
- Green Team Sustainability Advocate
- Triton Student Center Operations Assistant
- Center for Service Learning Programmer
- CSCDI Programmer
- Campus Event Programmer
- Volunteer Programmeer
- Graphic Designer
- Motion/Display Graphic Designer
- Social Media Specialist
- Marketing Outreach Specialist
- Executive Officer for Administrative Liason
- Executive Officer for Budget & Finance
- Executive Officer for Community Relations
- Executive Officer for Student Relations
- Executive Officer for Technology
- Executive Officer for Clubs
- Executive Officer for Diversity
- Executive Officer for Academics
The following positions are now closed:
For full job descriptions, please click on the position titles down below. To apply for a position, please click the green box above the position titles or on the side bar to the right.
The Executive Officer for Administrative Liaison is the primary student administrator of the Association and is the student representative at the Board of Trustees meetings and other official functions of the College.
The Executive Officer for Budget and Finance is the financial manager of the Association and monitors Association budgets and programs. This position chairs the Service and Activity Fee budget allocation process.
The Executive Officer for Community Relations serves as the primary contact for the Association on legislative programs and activities. This position is the official representative of the Association to the State Legislature in Olympia.
The Executive Officer for Student Relations is responsible for student advocacy and assisting students with specific concerns and questions about policies and procedures at Edmonds College. This position also serves as the primary advocate for the service learning, co-curricular and volunteer programs.
The Executive Officer for Clubs works as an advocate for clubs and promotes club involvement on campus. The position works with the student programmers for clubs in the process of chartering clubs.
The Executive Officer Technology works as an advocate for technology needs and support for students. The position chairs the annual Technology Investment Management allocation process and serves on the College’s Technology Advisory committee.
The Executive Officer Academics represents the needs of students at the instructional/classroom level. The position appoints student representatives to faculty tenure committees, serves on college instructional committees and meets with instructional leadership.
The Executive Officer for Diversity supports campus-wide diversity efforts, serves on the Diversity Council, participates and works as a student advocate on the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council, and works with College Relations to ensure positive representation of diversity in campus publications.
The Executive Board’s Communication Assistant is responsible for marketing all student association initiatives and providing timely information regarding association meetings, committee work and the ongoing work of the ASEC Executive Board. The position updates all ASEC social media sites and the ASEC web page.
The Assistant to the Executive Board maintains all official records of the student association. Primary duties include producing board meeting agendas, taking Executive Board meeting minutes and producing all ASEC official documents and correspondence.
A Campus Event Programmer’s primary job function is to oversee the production of diverse educational, social, and cultural events to serve the needs of the students at Edmonds College and enhance campus community.
The Volunteer Coordinator’s primary job functions are to coordinate the recruitment, management, training & retention of the CSEL Volunteer Team to contribute to ASEC funded and other campus sponsored events. Additionally, the position supports event programmers in producing diverse educational, social, and cultural events to serve the needs of the students at Edmonds College and enhance campus community.
The Coordinators’ primary job functions are to provide leadership, support, and guidance to clubs and affinity groups with the chartering process, scheduling their meetings/activities, and processing their expenditures.
Center for Student Cultural Diversity & Inclusion
The CSCDI Event Programmer primary role is to plan and organize events and programs that serve the needs of Edmonds College students. With a focus on equity, inclusion and cultural awareness, this programmer promotes diversity events and educational programs that help brings students to the CSCDI and enhances a student’s experience.
Center for Service-Learning
The Service-Learning Programmer supports the Center for Service-Learning by planning, developing, and implementing service projects both on and off campus with local community partners.
Green Team Sustainability Advocates (3 open positions)
The Edmonds Campus Community Farm is a platform for diverse members of the campus community to come together and learn about healthy, sustainable living practices as well as actively participate in urban farming. As the Green Team Campus Community Farm Coordinator, you are responsible for maintaining the health, safety, and beauty of the farm and increasing its accessibility to all members of campus by coordinating service-learning volunteer opportunities, and actively promoting the farm to the campus.
The biggest and most visible way of promoting the Green Team is through our campus events. This is our way of targeting the campus community to promote behavior change and engage them in the sustainability efforts. As the Green Team Event Planning Coordinator, you serve as the lead on planning and implementing our major events each quarter. You are responsible for facilitating the delegation of tasks for the other members of the Green Team to communicating the work of the Green Team to students, faculty, and staff.
The Green Team Outreach Coordinator supports the Green Team by outreaching to the campus community both on an individual and as a team to raise awareness of the Green Team’s work, and our current sustainable practices. As the Green Team Outreach Coordinator, you are the “face” of the Green Team. You will be responsible for conducting classroom presentations, hosting outreach booths, and educating the campus about the work of the Green Team through social media and website maintenance. You are on the front lines to serve as a resource to help the campus community understand our sustainability efforts.
The Green Team Outreach Coordinator supports the Green Team by outreaching to the campus community both on an individual and as a team to raise awareness of the Green Team’s work, and our current sustainable practices. As the Green Team Waste Stream Specialist, you are you are responsible for taking the lead on our RecycleMania Competition, and for understanding and educating members of the community about the importance of recycling and composting. You will work to improve the clarity with which waste stream information is conveyed to the campus community.
This position provides first point of contact for students and the public as they visit the Center for Student Engagement & Leadership (CSEL).
The Game Room Assistants are responsible for scan/check student I.D. and enrollment status as they enter the game room, providing customer service, tracking statistics related to attendance, popcorn consumption and equipment use, replenishing supplies, clean/maintain Game Room facility as needed.
Graphics Team Leader (Already Filled)
The Graphics & Marketing Lead is responsible for the managing the workflow of the Graphics and Marketing Team. In this leadership role, this position ensures that projects are being completed on time, and that the work follows all print/digital requirements as directed by the CSEL professional Staff and adheres to the Edmonds College branding guidelines.
Graphic Designers are responsible for the design and publication of printed and digital marketing materials for student events and services sponsored by ASEC services and activities funded programs. Must have experience with Adobe Creative Cloud.
The Social Media Specialist is responsible for managing CSEL “Triton Life” social media accounts (FB, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Youtube), create and distribute a series of Triton Monthly & Triton Weekly newsletters, as well as produce a “Triton Stories” component to the portfolio of work.
The Marketing & Outreach Assistant is responsible for campus posting for the designated campus posting locations and spaces, as well as, assist with CSEL promotions and outreach across campus. This position serves as a spokesperson for CSEL Graphics and Marketing team and is knowledgeable of events and programs offered through CSEL and the Student Activities Board.
The Digital & Motion Graphics Designer is responsible for creating graphics, videos and other dynamic advertisements and content to display on monitors in the Triton Student Center and the “Triton Life” Youtube Channel for the promotion of student events and services sponsored by ASEC services and activities fee funded programs..
The Triton Student Center Operations position is responsible for resetting rooms in the Triton Student Center (TSC) and main floor lobby, providing support for Student Programs events, conduct maintenance for the TSC, creating directional signage for TSC, support event set-up and breakdown for scheduled events/activities, and helping maintain TSC equipment.