Student Employment Opportunities
Did you know SDSU’s University Student Union is more than just the HUB of campus? Beyond being a one-stop shop, The Union is also home to many great employment opportunities. Get ahead in today’s competitive job market by stacking your resume with valuable experience gained working in The Union. With five diversified service areas, The Union has a job for a variety of interests.
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Information Exchange Attendant: Information Exchange Attendants work scheduled shifts throughout the week at Information Exchange (Main Level). Attendants answer questions about the University and The Union, cash checks, send and receive faxes, sell event tickets, sell postage stamps, sell hunting and fishing licenses, assist with Central Reservations to schedule space throughout campus, and act as a resource for students and visitors alike. The position involves a high degree of customer interaction. Previous cash handling experience is helpful but not required for this position.
Union Manager: Provide support to the various work groups (namely Information Exchange, Event Services Office, State Tech and custodial/maintenance staff) in the performance of various aspects of the groups' responsibilities. Ensure customers' facility reservations are correct and experience is positive. Provide building security and enforce departmental policies and procedures.
Set up Crew: The set-up crew moves furniture and equipment within the building and ensure customers' facility reservation set-ups are correct. They also assist with building safety, security and enforcing departmental policies and procedures to ensure that the customer's experience is a positive one.
State Tech: State Tech operates and maintains lighting, stage and sound equipment to service students and University affiliated needs across campus ranging from lectures to major concerts. State Tech members also provide general labor and support for these events, which includes setting up and tearing down staging, equipment and rooms. Previous experience with event audio or production audio support is preferred but not required to work on the crew.
BluePrint Graphic Designer: BluePrint student designers are given the opportunity to work in a creative environment that fosters development in the professional design world. Designers are expected to work on deadlines, completing multiple projects and producing quality designs meeting client's needs. Projects may include, but are not limited to, banners, t-stands, posters, promotional materials and business cards. Employees will also be responsible for coordinating the printing and hanging of promotional materials within the BluePrint advertising spaces. Potential employees should: understand and meet deadlines, have an intermediate knowledge of the Adobe suite, a working knowledge of design concepts/principles, ability to multi-task, customer service and cash handling skills.
BluePrint Office Assistant: BluePrint office assistants are given the opportunity to work in a creative environment that fosters development in the professional design world. Employees will support the design team by managing the day-to-day tasks of the office. Daily tasks may include, customer service, cash handling, logging and billing orders, cleaning and prepping/hanging promotional materials. Qualified candidates will be punctual, reliable, and have excellent customer service. A design background is not required, but preferred.