Posting Jobs: Submit job posting to student employment for each position. Example Posting
Application Process: Go to the ADP Portal to review applicants and begin interviewing.
- What makes you qualified for this job?
- What activities do you participate in on and off campus?
- What major strengths and weaknesses do you possess?
- Describe your work ethic. Are you punctual? Are you dependable?
- Would you consider yourself a team player or team leader?
- How well do you get along with others?
- What is your major?
- What are your career goals?
- Are you a good student?
- What skills do you have that meet my requirements?
- Why should I hire you?
Things to discuss
- Working hours and student's class schedule
- Dress code, cell phone usage, studying on the job, visiting on the job
- Lunch hours
- Policy on absences including procedure for notification of illness or absence
- Details of your specific job duties and responsibilities
- Confidentiality of CSU student and departmental information
- Once you have decided on the student or students you have selected to hire, fill out
and submit the Request to Hire Student Employee form for each student.
- Submit the form to the Student Employment Office - then you will be notified by email
to review the request.
- Student Employment will verify and approve the request for eligibility.
- Student Employment will notify you and the student.
- Once the Student Employment Office has collected all necessary employment documents,
the student will be issued a contract.
- The student will provide you with a copy of their student-signed contract.
- You must sign and return this contract to the Student Employment Office before you
allow students to work.
- Please keep a copy of the contract for your information. It will contain the student's
work start date. Students may not start work prior to this date.
- Ensure that your student is logging in hours to his or her time sheet accurately and
daily, and provide electronic approval on time each month.
- Do not allow students to begin working until you have a signed contract with start
date. Doing so would be a S.C. Labor Law and U.S. Department of Education violation.
- Establish a schedule of work hours that will be acceptable to both the student and
- Do not schedule or allow your student to work during the hours listed on his class
schedule. They cannot work during this time even if their class lets out early or
- Provide student with orientation and training necessary to perform assigned duties.
- Approve time sheets by the 3rd of each month.
- Students may NOT work during Chapel. Students may NOT work more than 20 hours a week
during semesters when they are attending classes.
- Students may not work when campus is closed.
- Thank you for participating as a Student Employment Supervisor!