Once a student has been hired by a department and the referral has been signed to work On-Campus, the Student Employment Packet must be completed prior to starting work. Students who have worked on campus the previous academic year, July 1st - June 30th, are required to resubmit the Employment Packet. Employment eligibility verification must be obtained for each student workerStudent Employment Packet Contains
Students who are not citizens of the United States must submit one of the following in addition to the Employment Packet and documents.
Job Placement maintains On-Campus Worksite and Student Orientation Masterlist with up-to-date orientation completion and placement information. Student's employment files will be kept in the Job Placement Office for two (2) years and an additional five (5) years in storage. The following will be kept on file:
Bakersfield College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants, employees, and students regardless of ethnicity, race, color, sex, age, religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, medical conditions, ancestry, political or organizational affiliation. Bakersfield College strongly condemns, opposes and prohibits unlawful discrimination and any form of sexual harassment against students or staff.
Bakersfield College is committed to an environment in which all employees and student workers are treated with respect and dignity. Every employee has the right to work and learn in a professional atmosphere free of drugs, sexual harassment and unlawful discriminatory practices.
Issues or concerns regarding unlawful discriminatory practices and/or working conditions must be addressed with the Student Employment Human Resources Officer, or College designee, Kern Community College District, 2100 Chester Ave., Bakersfield, CA 93301, (661) 336-5157.
Any student employment related sexual harassment allegations should be reported to the Student Employment Human Resource Officer, whether reported by the individual who is the subject of the harassment, or by a witness. The Student Employment Human Resource Officer will investigate each report according to procedure 11A4A. Note: Any employee, student or staff, may be subject to disciplinary action for violating any employment laws, civil rights or Kern Community College District policy.