Welcome to the Employment @ CSI application system.
Thank you for choosing the College of Southern Idaho as your employer of choice. Please feel free to apply for any openings for which you feel qualified. Your application will remain on file electronically to be updated and resubmitted for future employment opportunities. ALL part-time and full-time openings currently available for application at CSI or Head Start are listed below.
For part-time or temporary instructional positions that may exist throughout the school year, please connect with the appropriate department chair. Visit our Program Websites for contact information.
The Cheerleader coach is hired for his/her expertise and experience in working with Cheerleaders. In our current organizational structure, this coach works under the direct supervision of the Dance Team, and Cheer Coordinator.
The Cheer Coach then is primarily an adjunct instructor that teaches cheer classes under the supervision of the Health, Recreation and Fitness Department Chair where these classes are housed. An adjunct stipend is paid for teaching these classes.
The CSI Athletic Department takes over the responsibility of the cheer program during supervision of the cheer performances during games and other scheduled performances. An hourly wage is paid for this supervisory role.
Some travel is associated with this position as cheerleaders attend games in Salt Lake and national competitions in basketball, as well a possible national cheerleading competitions. The position begins with the school year and develops cheerleaders for their ... Read Full Text
Unofficial transcripts are required as part of the process to apply. Please upload those along with your resume on the application site, send them by email attachment to email@example.com or by hard copy to the attention of Paul Morgan at the college address.
General Statement of Responsibilities:
A Computer Science Instructor in this department may be assigned to teach a full range of lower-division computer science courses and mathematics courses from Intermediate Algebra through Calculus, as well as developmental (pre-college level) courses such as basic mathematics and beginning algebra.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Teach a minimum semester credit load (15-16 hours) of courses in accordance with the descriptions published in the CSI catalog.
2. Devote a minimum of 37.5 hours per week to the institution, maintain appropriate office hours as determined by coll... Read Full Text
Summary of Position
The Aquaculture Instructor Hatchery Manager will provide professional, industry-quality training and instruction to postsecondary students in a technical program. This position is responsible for all aspects of the facility, infrastructure management, and operations on a daily basis. The position requires the candidate to possess excellent communication and people skills. The instructor must be reliable and capable of making quick decisions when managing the CSI facility and dealing with students. The instructor will teach classes to students on management, culture, and reproduction of aquaculture species; manage the hatchery production of rainbow trout eggs and market rainbow trout for processing and stocking; work with Idaho Fish and Game, industry members, and other stakeholders to produce Snake River White Sturgeon from egg to stocking; and work cooperatively with Idaho Fish and Game to stock rainbow trout and white sturgeon into public waters, with thei... Read Full Text
Note: This is a seasonal opening only.
Summary of Position
Performs under supervision: surface preparation and application of paints, stains, varnishes and related products, on buildings, furniture, cabinets, floor and similar surfaces, indoors and out.
Duties & Responsibilities
1. Work alone and accomplish tasks.
2. Prepare surface condition before application of paint.
3. Perform physical activities associated with painting.
4. Maintain a clean working environment.
1. Ability to follow instructions from supervisor.
2. Skills in dealing with people courteously and effectively.
1. Experienced at the commercial/professional level of the painting industry in the use of equipment, materials, and techniques, used to apply paint, stain, varnish and similar products, taping, tarping and cleanliness.
2. A good knowledge of surface preparation.
3. Possesses skills of brushes, ... Read Full Text
Note: Unofficial transcripts are required as part of process to apply but cannot be uploaded to this site. Please forward your transcripts by email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org or by hard copy to Mark Daily at the college address.
SUMMARY OF POSITION
The lab manager is responsible for overseeing the Physical Science Department labs. This includes set up of materials and equipment for weekly experiments, lecture demonstrations, routine maintenance of lab equipment, and maintaining the chemical inventory. This person will be the Department’s liaison to dual credit lab teachers. This person may be required to assist full-time instructors in Chemistry lab sections. Under the direction and supervision of the department chair, this person is also responsible for preparing purchase orders of materials and equipment for the Department. Also under the direction of the department chair, the lab manager organizes and distributes work-study student duties. The po... Read Full Text
SUMMARY OF POSITION
The STAR Operations Manager is responsible for statewide training site readiness, establishing statewide training schedule, supervision of local site managers and regional site support, maintenance of all STAR vehicles as well as inventory of parts and supplies. This position will also oversee/evaluate the third party motorcycle skills testers and ensure readiness of testing sites.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (in order of importance/time)
Administration: &n... Read Full Text
SUMMARY OF GENERAL POSITION
The College of Southern Idaho Maintenance Department invites applications for seasonal non-exempt full-time (or part-time if work-study) forty-hour per week positions. Benefits are not included. Workdays and hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 4 p.m., except holidays.
Work-study students will be given first priority in hiring upon completion of application and interview through the Maintenance Department followed by approval of eligibility through the Financial Aid Department. Regular CSI students currently enrolled (especially those with past grounds experience); will be given first consideration. Positions will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis based on qualifications and job references.
Working under the direction of a foreman or supervisor, performs mowing, watering, fertilizing, installing or removing landscape materials, operates a weed eater, edging, clean up, trash pat... Read Full Text