SDSU offers full-time and part-time staff and management job opportunities in several professional fields. Use the links below to view and apply for current job opportunities.
From the SDSU Bookstore to the Aztec Recreation Center (ARC) and from department offices to the library, undergraduate students have many options for on campus employment.
Instructional Student Assistants perform teaching, grading or tutoring duties.
A Graduate Assistant assists a faculty member or teaching staff with various professional and technical duties associated generally with the subjects or programs in which the assistant is doing graduate work.
Teaching Associate positions provide practical teaching experience to currently enrolled or admitted CSU graduate students in fields related to their advanced study.
The Federal Work Study (FWS) Program is a part-time employment program designed to help students meet their cost of attendance.
Career Services provides programming and training to prepare SDSU students for career success. The Aztec Mentor Program and Internship Central are two key resources students can use to gain the skills and experience that employers value. In addition, students can participate in Career Fairs, Workshops, On-Campus Interviews and conduct job and internship searches via Aztec Career Connection. To access Aztec Career Connection, use your RedID and WebPortal password. Career Services is open daily, and has walk-in hours that students can attend without a prior appointment.
International students are allowed to work on campus without additional authorization from the Department of Homeland Security for up to 20 hours per week while school is in session, and full-time during vacation periods.