Student Employment Services Office
Current Employment Opportunities

Great Basin College Student Employment Services are intended to be utilized by Great Basin College students and graduates.


Position:Barrista/Sandwich Prep/Cashier Type: Part Time
Hours: 3 am to 10 am , 10 am to 2 pm
Mon. - Sat.
Need by:
Skills: Making change, customer service, friendly, on time, reliable People:
Location:
2
Elko
Duties: Cashier, sandwich prep, barrista, light cleaning. Salary: DOE


Position:Class A CDL Driver Type: Full Time
Hours: TBD
TBD
Need by:
Skills: A background in warehouse operations and logistics, including shipping, receiving and delivery is peferred. A valid Class A CDL is required and a Material Handling Equipment Certification is preferred. A successful driver will also possess the following: Working knowledge of safety regulations and procedures. Product knowledge or the ability to quickly learn it. General computer skills. Good communication and customer service skills. People:
Location:
1
Elko
Duties: Deliver materials to the customer, which includes assistance with unloading, ensuring delivery of ticket with material, and collecting payment, if necessary. Pick up customer returns, validating product match for credit requests as necessary. Perform daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections, fuel the truck as needed, and report any problems or issues to supervisor. Comply with all DOT standards and regulations. Assist warehouse personnel with pulling and preparing orders for shipment as needed, as well as receiving, verifying, staging and stocking incoming material. Salary: DOE


Position:Layaway Associate Type: Part Time
Hours: TBD
TBD
Need by:
Skills: Strong reading, writing, oral, and arithmetic skills Ability to possess a positive, friendly demeanor Ability to lift and move merchandise, typically a minimum of 20lbs Repetitive bending, lifting, stretching and reaching skills Ability to be cross-trained Demonstrate strong skills set in suggestive selling techniques Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions People:
Location:
1
Elko County
Duties: Ensures customer care and selling are #1 priority Processes all layaway transactions in a fast efficient manner Communicates daily with the management team in the processing of Return to Shelf (RTS) reports in an effort to reduce seasonal shrink Possesses knowledge of all areas of the store including specific locations of merchandise Ensures that Return to Shelf (RTS) merchandise is processed and returned to sales floor Attach labels to the RTS report for Loss Prevention Manager to review Adheres to policies in the processing of check and credit card transactions Strong understanding of all register functions including how to process all transactions and forms of tender Affixes labels to merchandise or packages to ensure customer satisfaction Processes refunded merchandise immediately to maintain accurate integrity and shrink opportunities Promotes the use of our credit card, Smart Plans, and add-on sales Possesses knowledge of the store, services, and locations of merchandise Ensures that department personnel pick up high-ticketed merchandise immediately Displays strong skill sets in use of the Remote Maintenance Unit (RMU) Follows corporate guidelines relating to Merchandise Claims & Control (MCC), Known-Loss Merchandise, and open/empty packages Makes eye contact, smiles and greets all customers that come within ten feet of associate Engages in friendly conversation with customers to build customer relationships Assists in handling and resolving customer issues and complaints If you can not help the customer, find someone who can Demonstrates Take customer to the merchandise policy Performs other duties as assigned Salary: TBD


Position:Outside Sales Type: Full Time
Hours: TBD
TBD
Need by:
Skills: 3 years industrial sales experience preferred, desire to make an impact, excellent customer service and communication skills, organization and time management skills, must be innovative and able to drive sales, positive attitude, able to multi-task and a self-starter, detail oriented. People:
Location:
1
Elko
Duties: Outside Sales - Industrial Salary: DOE


Position:Qualified Behavioral Aide (BST) Type: Part Time
Hours: Open
TBD
Need by:
Skills: SKILLS: Qualified Behavioral Aide (BST) - Is a person who has an educational background of a high-school diploma or GED equivalent has completed 16 hours of basic BST training and has been determined competent by the enrolled provider, to provide rehabilitative mental health services. A BST may only provide services as a Peer Supporter, Treatment Home Provider and/or Rehabilitative Provider, in accordance with the service definition, under direct contact, Treatment Home Provider or Independent Mental Health Rehabilitative Provider. The specific services reimbursable to a BST are Peer Support, Basic Skills Training, and Treatment Community/ Home Services. a. BST must also have experience and/or training in service provision to people diagnosed with mental health disorders and the ability to: i. Read, write, and follow written and oral instructions; ii. Perform rehabilitative mental health services as prescribed on the Treatment Plan; iii. Identify emergency situations and respond accordingly; iv. Communicate effectively; v. Document services provided; and vi. Maintain recipient confidentiality. People:
Location:
10
Pahrump
Duties: BSTís are required to participate in and successfully complete a training program provided by Nevada Behavioral Solutions, Treatment Provider or Independent Mental Rehabilitative Provider, which includes 16 hours of basic training and monthly and continuing in-service training. Training must be interactive and not solely based on self-study guides or videotapes and should ensure that a QBA will be able to interact appropriately with individuals with mental health disorders. Basic training must include: i. Case file documentation; ii. Recipient's rights; iii. Client confidentiality pursuant to state and federal regulations; iv. Communication skills; v. Problem solving and conflict resolution skills; vi. Communication techniques for individuals with communication or sensory impairments; vii. CPR certification (certification may be obtained outside the agency);and viii. Understanding the components of a Treatment Plan. Salary: $15/hr


  For more information call 753-2180 or drop by our office in Berg Hall
 
Great Basin College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity (AA/EEO) educational institiution. It is guided by the principle that opportunity means more than equal employment opportunity and that access to facilities and services shall be available to all regardless of their race, age, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin.