Student employment positions are listed on the web: search the online postings.
Position Category is Student—On-Campus
Campus Location is Morris
Posted jobs may fill quickly so you will want to check the site often.
Make sure the work interests you, that you meet the qualifications, and that you can work the schedule given, if applicable. If you have questions about the job posting, contact the supervisor or hiring unit coordinator directly using the information they provide.
Job postings will list the minimum qualifications, experience required, schedule, pay rate, and job duties.
Apply online or follow the other instructions/application process provided by the supervisor or hiring unit coordinator.
Be prepared for questions and/or an interview.
Provide any materials the employers may ask for (i.e., resume, class schedule, etc.) in-person or upload to the employment website if required.
View the listings each day and contact the supervisor or hiring unit coordinator as soon as possible.
Apply for any job for which you are qualified.
Network with faculty, staff and other students.
Complete a student employment contract with the department where you will be working. When signing your contract you are agreeing to the rules and regulations in the Student Employment Handbook.
If you have never worked in a student employment position before you must complete the I-9/W-4 process and provide student payroll documents to the Student One Stop.
You will be notified via your university email when you can begin working at your job and will receive access to the Student Employment Time Sheet. You are not eligible to work or enter hours before that time.
At the end of each shift you should enter the hours worked on your Student Employment Time Sheet.
At the end of each pay period you will need to print and sign your time sheet. Bring it to your supervisor and hiring unit coordinator, they will also have to sign the time sheet. Time sheets are due in the Student One Stop by following the pay period deadlines.
You are highly encouraged to set up direct deposit – do this on the Employee Self-Service website. You can also use this site to view your pay statements, update your W-4 tax information, reprint your W-2 and update your personal information.
If you are having difficulty finding a job please contact a student one stop counselor.