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On Campus Student Employment

LEARN AND EARN

Student employees are an integral part of the daily operations of Western New England University. Our mission is to offer employment that helps students meet their educational and personal expenses while promoting their professional and personal development.

Requests for Reasonable Accommodations related to University work from student workers, including undergraduate and graduate student employees and graduate assistants (teaching and research), will be reviewed by the Assistant Vice President of Human Resources in consultation with the University’s Student Accessibility Services staff or other administrative offices, as appropriate.

Questions? Contact:

Jodie Griffith
Assistant Director of Human Resources & Manager of Employee Development
413-782-1549
jodie.griffith@wne.edu

Looking for a job on campus? Check out these resources!

Student Employment Career Site:

If you are interested in on campus employment, check out the new student employment site!  Here you will find  jobs available on campus as well as a number of resources to assist you as you begin work.   

To view and apply to positions please go to:   https://wne.csod.com/ats/careersite/search.aspx?site=4&c=wne.  

Note:  Beginning fall 2020 students will only be approved for one primary position.  Primary positions are semester long and require students to work weekly.  The maximum number of hours students may work while classes are in session is 20.  

.In preparation for employment, please see the important information below:

Pre-Employment Documentation
Prior to starting work in your first position through Student Employment, you must visit the Human Resources office located in Rivers Memorial Hall to complete the following forms:

  • W-4 Tax Forms
  • Federal I-9 Form

Please bring the following documents with you:

  • Passport
    OR
  • Driver's license, (state or school ID with picture is also acceptable) AND
  • Social Security card or Birth Certificate

ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE ORIGINAL AND UNEXPIRED. PHOTOCOPIES AND ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.

For a list of additional documents that may be used for I-9 purpose please visit http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf 

Resources
The Kevin S. and Sandra E. Delbridge Career Center can assist students with the following items:

  • Résumé Preparation Tips
  • Interviewing Tips
  • Off Campus Employment

Resources for current student employees

Payroll Information
The Payroll Information page will provide information on:

  • Time Sheets
  • E-Stub Setup
  • Direct Deposit
  • Payroll Schedule

Employment Information
If you need assistance in obtaining an on campus position please contact Myra Quick, Assistant Director of Human Resources and Manager of Employee Development at 413-782-1529.

 Employee Tips

The resources below are provided to assist you in recruiting and hiring students for on campus employment.

Payroll Information
Please see the Payroll Information page, which will provide you with information on:

  • Time Sheet & Approval
  • Workforce Central Instructions for approving student timecards
  • E-Stub Setup
  • Direct Deposit
  • Payroll Schedule

Student Confidentiality Agreement
Students accessing or utilizing confidential information as part of their work responsibilities should sign the confidentiality agreement below. Please return all signed agreements to Human Resources.

Student Job Descriptions
All new student employment positions require a job description before posting will be approved. In addition, job descriptions should be reviewed for accuracy and updated annually. 

Student Employment Recruitment Site

This site will also allow you to post open positions as well as view student applications. 

 Employers Guide

  • EFS System - submit an electronic form here to hire a student.
  • EFS Quick Guide - This guide provides instructions for submitting an EFS form.
  • Student Onboarding - A quick checklist to assist you and your new student on their first day.