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Student Employment 101 The Fundamentals of Hiring a Student. Why hire students?. They make great employees! Variety of skills and experience Department controls hiring process You need help now. What’s in it for the students?. Help to finance education

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why hire students
Why hire students?
  • They make great employees!
  • Variety of skills and experience
  • Department controls hiring process
  • You need help now
what s in it for the students
What’s in it for the students?
  • Help to finance education
  • Gain valuable skills & work experience
  • Develop a sense of belonging and aid in retention
types of student employment
Types of Student Employment
  • Regular Student Employment
    • Department pays 100% of wage plus 1.5% Workers’ Compensation Insurance
  • Work Study is a Financial Aid Award
    • Student must qualify through FAFSA
    • Award pays 75% of wage
    • Department pays 25% + 1.5% Workers’ Compensation Insurance

For more information on Work Study Awards contact the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office at 784-4666.

step 1 creating a position
Step 1 – Creating a Position
  • Complete a job description
  • Classify the position as Student Worker I, II, III
  • Assign an hourly wage that is within the job classification for the position
  • The average starting wage on-campus is $8.50
step 2 advertising your job
Step 2 - Advertising Your Job
  • Establish an employer account on the on-line job board, Career Navigator at

https://reno-csm.symplicity.com/employers

  • Student will contact your department directly
  • Interview and select candidate

*make sure that the student meets Student Employment eligibility requirements.

  • When you select a candidate, pull up the job board number that advertised the job opening and enter number of students hired.
step 3 eligibility requirements
Step 3 - Eligibility Requirements
  • Fall/Spring
  • GPA
  • must be enrolled in 6 credits for
  • undergraduate or 5 credits for
  • graduate and graduate special
  • maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 for
  • undergraduate and graduate special or
  • 3.0 if a graduate.
step 3 eligibility requirements1
Step 3 - Eligibility Requirements
  • For summer employment, students must meet the following requirements:
  • must be enrolled in the minimum credits required (6 for undergraduate and 5 for graduate and graduate special) for summer term
  • OR
  • Are enrolled in the minimum credits required (6 for
  • undergraduate and 5 for graduate and graduate
  • special) for the fall semester
  • Summer
  • Graduating

Students who graduate at the end of a semester terminate employment on the last day of that semester, or once their degree has posted. Please remember to submit a termination PAF for these students. If she/he re-enrollsfor the summer or fall for the minimum requirements for their new student status the student may continue to work.

step 4 prepare hiring documents
Step 4 – Prepare Hiring Documents
  • All hiring documents are available on the Human Resource website.

http://www.unr.edu/hr/forms/forms.aspx

  • To assure that all documents are current, it is recommended that you do not save the forms to your desktop, but pull new forms from the the website each time they are needed.
  • Refer to the training module “Preparing Hiring Documents” to learn more about Preparing Hiring Documents for student employees.