Student Employment Application Process
Students interested in employment at the university should complete a Student Employment Application as soon as possible after acceptance into the university. Applications are available on-line or by visiting the Human Resource Office in Decker Hall, 1100 East Fifth Street, Anderson, IN 46012. The Office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F.
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Student job vacancies are posted at open positions or come to the Human Resource Office to view a listing. Determine which job vacancies are of interest and then come to the Human Resource Office to obtain additional information and a referral for specific job openings. At this time, Human Resource staff will have students complete tax forms, direct deposit (EFT) authorization form, and federal employment eligibility (I-9). Students must show documents to verify they are eligible to work in the United States to complete the I-9 form.
A referral must be obtained for each job a student wants to apply for. Students may visit Human Resource to obtain referrals.
Once a referral is obtained a student simply contacts the hiring department as specified on the referral to schedule an interview. Once the interview is scheduled,
- Do some research on the department and its role on campus.
- Be prepared to discuss any previous work or volunteer experiences.
- Dress nicely and be on time for the interview.
- Bring your class schedule and referral to the interview. The referral shows the departmental staff that you are eligible for student employment.
After the interview,
- If a student has not heard from the department within a week of the interview (or the deadline specified by the department), the student should call the department to see if a decision has been made.
- Supervisors will complete a Student Employment Requisition indicating the student(s) hired and forwards the requisition to Human Resources.
- If a student is not hired by the department, or if the student finds the job is not a good fit for his/her needs, the student should return to Human Resources for additional job referrals.