Student Employment Application Procedure
- An email will be sent from Campus Employment to ALL students with information regarding the process to apply for student employment opportunities during the 2015-2016 academic year. This communication will be sent via the students’ Adrian College email address. You can expect this email mid-August; it is the students’ responsibility to check their email account for this notification. That communication will include the deadline for submitting a job application (generally in the beginning of September). The email communication will also include a link to the online campus job portal. The job portal will include descriptions for available positions (including number of spots available, student application form and job supervisor information.
- ALL students (new and returning) will be required to fill out the online application for the job(s) they are interested in. There are required fields on the applications. If a required field is vacant, the application will be rejected by the system. It is the responsibility of the student to make sure all required fields are addressed and the application is successfully submitted.
- An acknowledgement email will be sent to the student once the application is successfully submitted. Students must retain proof of their submission. If there is no evidence that a student has submitted an application by the defined deadline, the student will be ineligible for a campus job for the semester. It is the students’ responsibility to provide evidence of submission (as described above).
- Once an application has been successfully submitted, the application will be forwarded to the appropriate supervisor. Supervisors will review the applications and may choose to interview candidates. It will be the supervisor’s responsibility to notify candidates if they are hired. If a candidate has not been contacted by the hiring supervisor by a pre-subscribed date, that candidate should assume that the position applied for has been filled.
- Application for a job does not guarantee a job. Students MUST NOT assume they have secured a position simply by applying for a job. It is recommended that students apply for more than one job. Many jobs require a certain skill set.
- Before a student can work, he/she must obtain a Blue Card from the Payroll Office. You will need to see Val Haracourt in the Payroll Office to fill out the forms necessary to get a Blue Card. It is the students’ responsibility to obtain a Blue Card prior to work and wage payment. Mrs. Haracourt is located in the Payroll Office in the Stanton Administration Building.
- Should you have any questions regarding Student Employment, please contact the Student Employment Director at email@example.com.