Keep up-to-date and informed about employment opportunities in a variety of areas, including on campus. Many of our learn-by-doing majors hire students to assist technicians in laboratories, faculty members with teaching and/or research activities, and department staff with department office business. Students can inquire in their major's departmental office to see if their program hires student assistants and what types they hire.
If you are a business or agency that is offering part or full-time employment and would like to post an opening on this page, please email Dan Lee.
Here are our current listings as of 2/26/18:
Registered Dietitian (part-time), NutritionMasters LLC, Los Angeles, Calif.
Job Description: NutritionMasters is looking to fill three part-time positions that are ideal for someone who wants to pursue their Certified Diabetes Educator credentials and can be combined into one position. The three positions are:
- 10 hours per week, every Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; medical nutrition therapy for high-risk pregnant patients, including gestational diabetes;
- eight hours per day, three days per month: diabetes program with an established curriculum - give a diabetes class and work one-on-one with diabetics; Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays ideal, but other days of the week can be considered;
- 10 hours per day, four or five days per month: individual Medical Nutrition Therapy for various diagnoses including weight management, diabetes, high cholesterol, hypertension, etc.; Mondays, Tuesday or Thursdays ideal, but other days of the week can be considered.
Job Qualifications: Spanish-speaking ability required; experience is preferred, but NutritionMasters can provide training.
Contact: Jennifer Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-497-5116.
Food Scientist, Woodspur Farms, Coachella, Calif.
Send cover letter and resume to:
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Woodspur Farms LLC, dba Oasis Date Garden
Other Employment Sites
Many administrative offices on campus also hire students in a variety of capacities. Students have succeeded in balancing work on campus with their classes and found academic success. All these positions are advertised through the Career Center but can only be seen by current students.