Find a Job
How To Find A Job On Campus:
- Go to jobs.weber.edu and click “Search Jobs” from the left menu.
- Under “Position Type” select “Hourly.” This will pull only jobs that are available to students.
- You can add other filters such as “Campus Location” or “Department” if that is helpful to you. You can also add keywords to narrow your search.
- Scroll through the available positions to see if anything interests you. If you are logged in, you can bookmark jobs and come back to them later.
Why Work On Campus
Working on campus offers convenience and flexibility for students with busy schedules!
Most campus jobs allow you to schedule work around classes and support your flexibility needs as a student.
Get transferable skills for your resume from a job on campus!
Set yourself above other candidates for future jobs by already having work experience in your field or transferable skills from a professional job on campus.
Connect with other students and networks, while building up solid references!
Working on campus helps you build references for future jobs and can connect you with other professionals for potential jobs after graduation and other students who often become great friends.
Frequently Asked Questions About Student Positions on Campus
How do I find on-campus student jobs?
What is Work-Study and how do I know if I am qualified for it?
What is 50/50 and how do I know if I am qualified for it?
What is a pooled position?
Rules and Regulations for International Students
I qualify for DACA. How can I get a job on campus?
I am an undocumented student and do not qualify for DACA. Can I get a job on campus?
Log in to Wildcat Handshake through your eWeber Portal to search jobs, upcoming events, and register for on-campus interviews.
Receive drop-in, in-person and virtual help with resume reviews, cover letter reviews, interview assistance and help with Wildcat Handshake and LinkedIn.
Career & Job Fairs
If you're looking for a job, internship, or career, think about attending one of our Career Events. They're a great way to introduce yourself to recruiters, get information about positions, and become acquainted with the recruitment process.
Working for the Outdoor Program helped me rediscover my love for the outdoors. I love having the opportunity to spend time with my closest friends (coworkers), and connecting new friends to the outdoors.
- Kylee Hoffman
Working on campus lets me study while working. Some of my longest lasting and favorite relationships have developed from campus jobs.
- Tyler Jewll
I am employing the skills and knowledge I learned in class in my position here at Weber. It is complementing everything I've learned as a communication major.
- Camie Gonzalez
It made me feel like a part of the Weber community. Being a tutor teachers you about communication and problem-solving, which are core skills for any career.
- Artem Koval