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Financial Aid Department

Student Employment Center

Non-WWU Employers

The Student Employment Center is a free resource for employers seeking students to fill part-time positions. We strive to provide students with the opportunity to gain experience, explore career options, and fund their education.

Click the Login link in the menu to post a job, change your employer profile, or view your open jobs!

Job Posting Guidelines

We post on-campus and off-campus jobs on our website. The jobs must be part time (35 hours or less per week) or temporary (e.g. yard worker, movers, etc.). They must pay hourly (not solely based on commission) and at least minimum wage, which is currently $13.50 for Washington State.

The job location must be in Whatcom or Skagit counties during the school year.

Full-time positions may be posted if the job is only during academic breaks (Winter break, Spring break and Summer break).

The Student Employment Center has the rigth to refuse to post jobs. See our disclaimer for additional guidelines.

Creating A Profile

To post a position please call the Student Employment Center, (360) 650-3158, to set up an employer profile. We will need the following information to set-up your profile. Please be aware that your information will be held in the strictest confidentiality. You have the option of deciding which information is shown on the online job posting.

  • Organization Name or Private
  • Contact Name (First and Last)
  • Phone Number
  • Address (No PO boxes)
  • Email (optional)

Posting A Job

Once your profile is created, we will provide you with a password and you will receive a welcome email. You may then post jobs by logging into the website. You may also post jobs by calling, faxing, or emailing the Center with the following information:

  • Job Title
  • Job Description and Application Process
  • Pay Rate (or range)
  • Hours/Week or Total Hours

If you have any questions first check out our Frequently Asked Questions then feel free to contact us.

Federal income tax reporting requirements may apply to both the employee and employer. Please review applicable IRS regulations to determine your filing requirements.