student employment supervisors
Student Employee Supervisors General Information
The Student Employment Program runs from fall semester to fall semester of each academic year. Job postings are removed at the end of July, and the job postings for the next academic year are posted at the beginning of August. Budgeted student employees must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours for the fall and spring semesters and 3 credit hours for the summer semester. Work-study student employees must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours for the fall, spring and summer semesters. Student employees earn $8.25 per hour.
If you are hiring a work-study student employee, you must obtain a copy of the student's Federal Work-Study Placement Award and their academic schedule from the student before hire. Work-study student employees only can work during the duration of the length of their course(s). See the Understanding Work-Study Student Employment sheet for further information regarding the length of time a student can be employed.
Work-Study Student Employment
Work-study student employees may only work while classes are in session and cannot work during holiday breaks or spring break.
|Session||Start Date||End Date|
|Three-week session||May 19||June 8|
|First Four-week session||June 9||July 6|
|Eight-week session||June 9||August 1|
|On-campus credit classes||July 7||August 1|
|Start Date||End Date|
|August 25||December 19|
If you would like your work-study student employee to work additional hours before their class starts, during winter or spring break, or after their class ends, then you must contact the Job Resource Center, (708) 974-5737, to switch them to a budgeted student employee, under your departmental budget. It is the responsibility of the supervisor to monitor start and end dates.
Request for Student Employee (Budgeted and Work-Study) Posting a Position
Hiring Recommendation Form
Once you have selected the student, send this form to the Job Resource Center with the application. Please have the student sign the application.
All departments are encouraged to have their student employee(s) complete this form and make it accessible within the department if an emergency should arise.
Newly Hired Student Employee Information Form
Print this form and give to the student so the applicant will know the next steps of the hiring process.
Notification of Returning Student Employee Form
If you have a budgeted student employee who has worked in your department during the summer and will continue to work in the fall semester, please fill out this form and return it to the Job Resource Center by Aug. 15.
Share and learn from other student employment supervisors resources and initiatives to take your department’s student employment to the next level.
Student Employment Program Grievance Procedures
This grievance procedure outlines the formal policy and process for resolving disagreements with student employees and student employment supervisors in order to provide all members of the college with a positive and supportive work environment. The underlying intent of the policy is to encourage the resolution of any grievance at the lowest possible level of intervention. For more information, please click below or call us at (708) 974-5737.
Student employees are expected to abide by all college policies. These policies are approved and endorsed by the college and Board of Trustees and dictated by federal and state mandates.
Americans with Disabilities Act
Drug Free Schools Annual Notice Health Risks
Drug Free Workplace
Employee Code of Ethics
Equal Opportunity Employment
Sexual Harassment Procedure
Student Employment Supervisor's Newsletter