Employment

Now hiring route riders and worm wranglers for Winter 2018!

Associated Students Recycling is hiring Recycling Route Riders to collect recycling, electronic waste, and compost from specific campus locations, either by specialized tricycles or electric vehicles. These students keep the campus waste management program running smoothly and keep UCSB as one of the top environmental performers in the country! Route Riders also help with other aspects of the AS Recycling program to educate the campus community and to reduce waste at UCSB. Applications are due on Handshake by January 13, 2019.  All applicants need to have a valid driver license. Questions can be directed to Jessie Schmitt at jessicas@as.ucsb.edu.

Associated Students Department of Public Worms (DPW) is hiring Worm Wranglers to run UCSB’s on-site composting programs and various garden projects! Worm Wranglers manage worm populations, use worm bins to process food waste from the UCSB Dining Commons and run the compost program at the family housing complexes. They also play an essential role in the Edible Campus Program by caring for the Student Farm, Urban Orchard and Vertical Gardens. Applicants must have a strong interest in composting, gardening, and other environmental issuesApplications are due on Handshake by January 13, 2019.  All applicants need to have a valid driver license. Questions can be directed to Jessie Schmitt at jessicas@as.ucsb.edu

UCSB Sustainability is hiring a Zero Waste Intern tasked with helping with the assessment and planning of organics collection at UCSB, as well as assisting in writing the UCSB Zero Waste Plan in an effort to help UCSB achieve the UC Zero Waste Goal by 2020. The Intern will report to both the A.S. Recycling Program Coordinator and the Facilities Management Refuse & Recycling Manager and may partner with other student workers and full-time staff in A.S. Recycling and Facilities Management throughout the duration of the internship. Applications are due on Handshake by January 20, 2019. Questions can be directed to Matthew O’Carroll at Matthew.OCarroll@ucsb.edu

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