Policy for Posting Community Jobs

The job listings are available to current Evergreen students, former students and Alumni. Using the information provided by prospective employers, students will contact employers directly. Employers make their own selection of employee and all arrangements are made directly between employer and employee.

The Student Employment Office does not provide a referral service, and makes no guarantee that all jobs posted will be filled.

We are pleased to advertise jobs meeting the following criteria:

  1. Jobs must have a clear job description that includes the following:
    • Rate or range of pay
    • Knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the work
    • Required activities of the position
    • Estimated hours of work
    • Location of employment
    • Name and contact information of employer
  2. We will not post jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, disabled or veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender.
  3. Jobs must pay at least minimum wage for the state of Washington - currently $13.69 per hour. If the job is salaried, the salary divided by the hours worked must at least equal minimum wage.
  4. We do not post jobs that require an investment of cash or other purchases by the prospective employee. The only exception to this will be necessary and appropriate personal safety clothing and gear or equivalent.
  5. We do not post anonymous ads or ads placed by third parties.
  6. All job listings are posted at the discretion of the Student Employment Office, and we reserve the right to choose to not post a job that in our judgment does not appear to support the best interests of students and/or the College.
  7. Employers are asked to notify us when a position is filled. If we are not informed that a position is filled, then it will remain posted, and we will assume it is still available.

Students who experience difficulties with their employment situation are encouraged to review the Student Employment Conflict Resolution Procedure to learn about support available to them. Any cases of discrimination or harassment must be immediately reported to the Student Employment Office.