What makes LBSU and the Associated Students, Inc. so great are without a doubt the people, and we want you to join our team! Please visit our new Career Center Portal to view all available jobs offered at ASI. If no job openings pique your interest, please view our Involve page to see what other year-round opportunities await you.
ASI HR plays a key role in creating our enjoyable work environment, which makes ASI one of best places to work at Long Beach State. Areas of responsibility include:
- Employee relations
- Orientation and Development Programs
The Human Resources office is located on the second floor of the University Student Union, near the AS Business Office in rooms 232A and 232C.
We can be reached by email at email@example.com, or by phone at (562) 985-8265, or feel free to stop in during business hours.Equal Opportunity Statement
ASI is committed to creating a community in which a diverse population can learn, live, and work in an atmosphere of tolerance, civility and respect for the rights and sensibilities of each individual, without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, medical condition, age, Vietnam era veteran status, or any other veteran’s status. ASI is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Staff Bio TBD
Marfi Barnes has served as Human Resources Coordinator at ASI Long Beach State University for over 20 years. Read more
Marfi Barnes has served as Human Resources Coordinator at ASI Long Beach State University for over 20 years. Her main job functions include payroll processing, time and attendance administration and human resources benefits billing processing and general human resources functions. Her passion is keeping students first and enjoys continuous learning and growing in the field of payroll and human resources field. She thrives in coaching, mentoring and encouraging and enjoys healthy discussion about life balance, emotional and physical well-being.
I have worked as a Human Resources Generalist for over five years with a primary focus in payroll, recruitment, onboarding, among other general human resources functions. Read more.
I have worked as a Human Resources Generalist for over five years with a primary focus in payroll, recruitment, onboarding, among other general human resources functions. I plan to use my prior experience to help enhance our environment using our policies and programs that celebrate differences and empower individuals.
Having previously served five years in the United States Navy, I am a proud veteran who actively helps other fellow veterans in their educational journey. After the service I became an advocate for diversity and inclusion and helped lead programs that drove lasting impacts. With a solid foundation in human resources, I learned to possess a keen understanding of the interpersonal dynamics within the educational and organizational setting. It helped me develop training programs that lead to promoting cultural competency and enhance overall communication among faculty, staff, and students.
I am dedicated to being a higher educational professional with a strong background in school administration, diversity initiatives, and human resources. I believe in continuous learning in policies, laws, and regulations.