Before SQL 2005, I've always had problems with non-sa users being able to see jobs they don't own. We couldn't even tell if someone else's job was running or not. Your DBA should be able to create a proxy account with one or more of these new SQLAgent roles enable. They are explained in detail in MSDN at this link.
The above link provides the exact permissions associated with these new roles.
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