Student FWS Forms 2016-17

Supervisor Forms and Hiring Procedures for 2015-16

Federal Work Study (FWS) means JOBS on campus for students. It is a form of federal financial aid. To be eligible, you must:

  • have a complete FAFSA on file at MCC

  • have an unmet financial need

  • enroll in at least six (6) credit hours (may vary for summer FWS)

To determine your eligibility for this program, go to MCC Enrollment Services and get your "FWS eligibility slip."

Student Procedures to getting a Federal Work Study job.

 If you need assistance with job search techniques, please meet with a Career Services Advisor.

Spring 2017 FWS Job Openings

Lab Assistant-Physical Science- Red Mountain Campus

Duties: Physical Science stockroom half time student lab assistant. Responsibilities include assisting lab techs with lab preparation, washing dishes, general cleaning, office, maintenance and other duties as assigned.

Pay rate: is $10.00 an hour with available work hours dependent on the availability of the student and will be scheduled around the students class schedule and department need. 

To Apply: Contact Claire Abbruscato at 480-654-7823.

Student Enrollment Specialist - Enrollment Center - Southern & Dobson campus 

Duties: Welcome students to the Enrollment Center, answer enrollment and registration questions, provide general information and direct to appropriate services; assist students using self-help computer stations, create student id cards, and operate virtual waiting line technology; assist with special events and projects; provide general office support (i.e.: document scanning, filing, data entry); assist students via phone and by email.

Multiple positions available. Required qualifications: excellent customer service and communication skills (bilingual desired), knowledge of MCC programs and services, familiar with, experience using computers, excitement about MCC and a desire to help other students. 

Pay Rate: $10.00/hr. Flexible shift hours Monday- Thursday between 8:00am - 6:00pm. Can work up to 19.5 hours per week.

To Apply: Contact April Colson at 480-461-7342 ( or visit the Enrollment Center for an application, Bldg 39N.

Front Desk Assistant - Career Services - Southern & Dobson

Duties Include:  Responding to visitors at the front desk, answering the phone, making appointments, assisting the Career Services Specialists and secretary.

Pay Rate: $10.00/hr. Hours will vary depending on class schedule and need of the office. 18 to 19.5 hour per week.

To Apply: Contact Stephanie Baldwin at 480-461-7429, located in the Student Success Center, Building 36N.

Office Assistant (2) - Center for Community & Civic Engagement - Southern & Dobson

Positions Available: Two schedules available.  Only one person is needed for each schedule.  Please do not apply if you are not available or cannot change your schedule to accommodate working the exact schedule below.  

Schedule #1:     Monday: 8:30-11:30 am
                                 Tuesday: 8:30-11:30 am
                                 Wednesday: 8:30-11:30 am
                                 Thursday: 8:30-11:30 am
                                 Friday: 8:30-11:30 am  AND 12-1 pm (Student Staff Meeting)

Schedule #2:     Monday: 2-5 pm
                                 Tuesday: 2:30-5:30 pm
                                 Thursday: 2-5:30 pm
                                 Friday: 12-1 pm (Student Staff Meeting)

Duties: Greet and assist students, faculty and staff with programs offered through the department.  Answer phones, work on projects and other duties as assigned.  These duties may include helping with events, washing dishes, decorating, etc.

Pay Rate: $10.00/hr. No more than 19.5 hours per week based on FWS award amount.  

To Apply: Contact Vickie Gallegos at 480-461-7393 or visit 35N KSC North - Lower Level on the Southern and Dobson Campus

Front Counter Clerk - Community Outreach Center

Duties Include:  This position will be the first point of contact for current and prospective students.  Provide excellent customer service to a diverse population of students, employees and members of the public via telephone, email and in person.  Perform other duties as assigned.  


  • extensive customer service experience
  • experience using effective oral and written communication skills
  • demonstrate experience performing multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail
  • ability to multi-task
  • preferably bi-lingual in spanish

Pay Rate: $10.00/hr. Hours will vary depending on class schedule and need of the office. 18 to 19.5 hour per week.

To Apply: Contact Monica Margaillan at 480-461-6140 or visit the Community Outreach Center in building GC54-B on the Southern and Dobson campus.  

Recycling Collector

Duties Include:  Collect campus recycling while sorting materials and cleaning recycling bins.  Lifting and outdoor work in hot and cold temperatures.  Must be reliable, communicate effectively with employees and have a good attention to detail.  Fast paced work. 


Pay Rate: $10.00/hr. Up to 19.5 hours per week.  Flexible shifts Monday - Thursday, must be available for 3-7 hours at a time between the hours of 6am and 3pm.  May be able to work shifts around class schedule.  

To Apply: Visit our webpage to download the application. You can complete the application and email it back to or fax it to Suzi Dodt at 480-844-3163.

MCC Federal Work-Study Supervisors

Use the FWS Job Order Form. Complete the form and forward to Career Services for posting.  Please also remember to let us know when you have filled an opening, so we can keep our records current.

MCC Temporary Campus Jobs (Non-FWS)

If you are a student who does not qualify for Federal Work-Study and looking for an on-campus job:

Note taker - Classroom Assistant - Disability Services - Southern and Dobson

Summary of the Job: To take high quality notes from lectures for students with disabilities.

Duties: Take notes on all information presented in class (instructor's lecture, students’ comments, films, slides, etc.)  Take legible, easy to follow, and accurate notes. Be responsible, reliable and thorough.  Assist students with disabilities in classrooms and labs as needed.

Hours of Available Assignments: Flexible - depends on the schedule of the students needing assistance.

Qualifications: Have a CUM GPA of 2.5 or higher, the ability to read, write, and speak English clearly, and to be able to commit to a stable work schedule for the entire semester. Needs to be able to maintain confidentiality and have a professional relationship with the student.

General Comments: Excellent communication skills required. Knowledge of math and computer skills desired. Have good handwriting or typing skills depending on format of notes.

Hourly Rate: Starts at minimum wage; may be higher depending on the skill set need for the assignment.

Visit the Disability Resource Office in 37N for an application for employment. 

Academic Tutor - TRiO program

Summary of the Job: As an academic tutor you will help build positive learning communities for TRiO SSS participants, create meaningful connections with participants and staff, and support participant academic success to reinforce the mission and goals of TRiO Student Support Services.  Academic tutors will provide individual and group tutoring in specific subject areas to supplement services provided on campus.  Applicants will be agreeable to providing tutoring services within a flexible time schedule (nights, weekends) and in a variety of locations (on campus and off campus). 

Essential Functions: 

  • Help participants identify academic problem areas
  • Provide academic assistance in specific subject areas
  • Help participants develop effective learning strategies
  • Facilitate independent learning by helping SSS participants discover their own answers and insights
  • Tracking participant utilization of tutoring and creating reports

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Applicants have a 3.0 GPA or higher in the subject area courses related to tutoring specialty (math and science tutors not needed at this time)
  • Be in good academic standing overall at MCC
  • Have completed at least one semester within the MCCCD
  • Have experience working with first-generation, low-income students and/or students with disabilities or themselves come from these backgrounds

Desired Qualifications:

  • Applicants have a 3.5 GPA or higher in subject area courses related to tutoring specialty 
  • Have completed two semesters or more within the MCCCD; each semester in good academic standing
  • Have experience working with a federal TRiO program or are an alumni of a federal TRiO program
  • Verifiable tutoring experience

How to apply: Submit resume and cover letter to TRiO SSS Program Director, Lydia Perez at; make sure to mention in your cover letter your tutoring specialty area.

Hourly Rate: $10.00/hr.  Not to exceed 10 hours per week. 

For information regarding other temporary campus job postings please visit MCCCD Human Resources web site: