On Campus Student Employment -

MARCH 30, 2020 UPDATE: 

Students must remain in .5 units to remain employed as an On Campus Student Employee during the COVID-19 Shelter in Place. Due to the potential cancelling of classes and the instability of the current climate, we hope this will add some stability for our student population. 

An additional FORMSTACK was sent today to supervisors with questions about your student employee needs. Please complete as soon as possible in order to ensure we are able to meet the needs of all students, departments, and the district. If you did not receive the email with the link, please contact Jamie Longnecker at JLongnecker@santarosa.edu

MARCH 25, 2020 UPDATE:

On Campus Supervisors: you received information in your inboxes on 3/24/2020 regarding the most recent On Campus Student Employment updates. Please direct any questions to Jamie Longnecker via email at JLongnecker@santarosa.edu. Updates to this will come to supervisor emails as soon as any changes are communicated directly to our office.

On Campus Student Employees: Please contact your direct supervisor to discuss your schedule and moving forward in your position. If you choose to leave your position for any reason, please contact your supervisor immediately. Also, please be aware in order to maintain working on campus, you must continue to meet minimum qualifications to do so (which have currently been reduced to .5 units).

Applicants and/or Supervisors requesting positions: If you are submitting your application / request for job posting beginning March 13, 2020 your application / job posting will not be approved until staff has returned from closures due to the Corona Virus Prevention Measures put into place by the State of California. Applications will be reviewed in the order in which they were received. 

On Campus Student Employment | Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Don't see your question? Contact Jamie Longnecker or the Career Hub Front Desk. We're here to help!

 

GETTING STARTED


 

APPLYING FOR A JOB


  • WHERE CAN I FIND WHAT JOBS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE ON CAMPUS?

    CURRENTLY AVAILABLE ON CAMPUS JOBS

    Visit the SRJC Job Board and search on campus positions. Our Career Hub staff is here to assist you in this process as well as show you additional tools on our job board.

  • HOW DO I APPLY FOR AN ON CAMPUS POSITION?

    HOW DO I APPLY FOR AN ON CAMPUS POSITION?

    1. FILL OUT AN APPLICATION 

       
    2. TURN IN APPLICATION FOR VERIFICATION
      • Applications must be approved by the Career Hub 
      • By completing the application via Formstack, it will enter a queue to be approved
      • Most approvals take less than 48 business hours to be approved
      • Please note that during holiday closures, staff is unable to approve any applications, but will do so upon return to campus as a first priority.
         
    3. Apply directly via Jobspeaker.
      • Instructions will be emailed to you once your eligibility has been approved by the Career Hub staff. Please ensure the email you use on the application is current and you check it regularly. 

     

  • DO I NEED  A RESUME? COVER LETTER?

    RESUME & COVER LETTER

    Resume and cover letters are not required unless requested in the job description. With that said, resumes can provide an additional opportunity to tell more about yourself which could help give you an edge over another applicant.

    Need some tips on interviews, applications, and resumes before you apply?
    Book an appointment with Jill Mead, our Career Adviser. Call our front desk or stop by the desk to make an appointment.

 

YOU'RE HIRED!


  • YOU GOT THE JOB! NOW WHAT?

    I WAS OFFERED A POSITION, NOW WHAT DO I DO?

    Return to the Career Hub to pick-up a Hiring Packet, which includes:

    • Request/Approval Form
    • I-9 Form
    • W-4 Form
    • Student Payroll Form & Loyalty Oath
    • Student Employment Confidentiality Statement
    • Direct Deposit Form

     

    Once all forms have been completed, return to the Career Hub with the following:

    • Proof of Identification - An additional form of identification from the I-9 List of Acceptable Documents
    • Present a valid original social security card before beginning the first day of work. (including F-1 Visa International students)
      • International Students, please visit our front desk during office hours for assistance on what you need in addition to be hired on campus.

     

  • HOW DO I GET PAID?

    HOW DO I GET PAID?

    • After all paperwork has been completed, payroll will generate a timesheet for you. Please allow up to two weeks for this to arrive.
    • The timesheet will be emailed electronically to your supervisor.
    • Time sheets are submitted to the Payroll Department by 10:00 AM on the 10th of each month.
      • It is your responsibility to ensure your supervisor has signed it and it is submitted on time.
    • Checks are issued on the last working day of the month.
    • Student Employee Pay Schedule
    • How do I use sick time? 
      • All student employees are awarded a bank of 24 hour sick hours to use during each fiscal year in which they work. 
      • If you wish to use any of these hours (please use increments of 15 minutes), simply fill out your timesheet and write "sick" next to hours directly onto the timesheet.