Gaucho Jobs

Students at Saddleback College are provided access to Gaucho Jobs, the official student employment system. If you're looking for work on or off campus, Gaucho Jobs is the first place for students to start their search. 

Employers looking for information on Gaucho Jobs and recruiting options, click here!

HOW TO ACCESS GAUCHO JOBS

Students can access Gaucho Jobs either through the desktop website or through the mobile app. provided by Symplicity, the software developer of the system. 

Student Login


Gaucho Jobs Mobile - Get the App today

 

Once you download the Symplicity Jobs & Careers App, you'll be given the option to change the app icon to...


STUDENT LOG-IN DETAILS

We are exploring a more seamless log-in experience for students. Until then, here are the log-in instructions:

  1. We create accounts for all current students. To log-in, use:
    Username: (Your full Saddleback College Email)
    Password: (Your Student ID#)
     
  2. There is an option for students to Register for an Account in Gaucho Jobs. If your Student ID# is already in the system, you will NOT be able to register for a new account. This option is best for students from IVC. 

 


WHAT TYPES OF JOBS ARE IN GAUCHO JOBS?

Gaucho Jobs typically receives 200 - 300 new postings each month. We try to keep postings local, but understand there could be students interested in other employment opportunities as well. 

View jobs by 'MAJOR' (no log-in required until you want details)

View all jobs posted in the last 5 days (no log-in required until you want details)

View all jobs in Gaucho Jobs (no log-in required until you want details)


ARE THE JOBS IN GAUCHO JOBS LEGIT?

While we take several steps to ensure the postings in Gaucho Jobs are not fraudulent scammers are constantly changing their tactics. We are unable to screen each posting 100%.

Do your research and be careful. If it doesn't look right, it probably isn't.

Review FTC Signs of Job Scams here.

Please report any suspicious employer activity to me immediately so appropriate action can be taken.

Eric Hilden, Career Placement Officer, ehilden@saddleback.edu