Student Employment

Student Employment at Green River College

In a college setting, having a part-time job while attending classes is an integral part of the academic success that students achieve. Many opportunities for employment are available at Green River College, from institutional funding through federal and state funding. When you envision your part-time job as a resume building skill, your individual success and contribution to our college community will be invaluable.


All student employment positions are posted on GatorJobs. The site also has listings for many job openings in the local community. If you are only interesting in viewing Green River College student jobs, you will need to do an advanced job search and filter by On-Campus Position.


Green River College offers off campus employment opportunities for Federal Work Study students only. The America Reads and Counts Tutoring Challenge is available for eligible Federal Work Study students, who like to work with children and are looking to make a difference in the community by tutoring at a local elementary school. Openings in the America Reads and Counts Tutoring Challenge will be posted on GatorJobs.


Gatorjobs is the online search engine used by the College to post student jobs. There are many applicant types and options for student employment at Green River. The STUDENT GUIDE has important information that will help you determine whether student employment is right for you. The STUDENT GUIDE has important information about Applicant Types, the Job Search process, and Student Employment Program guidelines. Read Student Guide.


Thousands of hours of work each year are performed by student workers. It would be safe to say that collectively, as well as individually, the campus community benefits greatly from these many hours of student work. In many cases, these students come to your divisions and departments with Federal Work-Study money which means no cost to your department. In some cases a department, division, or program allocate small awards to students to help keep the educational and business process flowing smoothly. We know supervisors appreciate students work efforts, no matter the source of the funding.

The SUPERVISOR GUIDE will give you an overview of funding sources (Applicant Type), supervisor responsibilities, the hiring process, and Student Employment Program guidelines. Read Supervisor Guide.

To post, view or update you student job please go to GatorJobs, via the on-campus employer portal.

*All new student employee supervisors must complete supervisor training, prior to hiring a student through the Student Employment Program.

For questions regarding the Student Employment Program, contact Natalya Thompson at

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Natalya Thompson
Phone: 253-931-6531

  • All new hires must meet with student employment specialist to complete hiring paperwork before working.
  • All new on campus employers must meet with student employment specialist before making job offers.


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