Student temporary wage positions differ from those associated with the Federal Work Study program in the following ways:
Your posting will be approved within 1-2 business days.
The job will expire at the end of its posting term (default of 90 days maximum or date you specify), or you may withdraw the job. Be aware that you will lose access to all applicants after the job is withdrawn or 5 days after the job expires naturally.
There is no pool in Hire-A-Niner because each position is associated with a contact and on-campus employer. This is done to more closely replicate the real-world process that students will utilize after they graduate.
You will receive an email that will give you the status of your document and any details that were entered by the reviewer. In the event you do not receive an email within 3 days, you can log in to Hire-A-Niner and check the document status on the 'Documents' tab.
Admitted students gain access to Hire-A-Niner shortly after the admissions decision is received, however it takes a minimum of 2 business days for us to receive the information and may take an additional 3 days for your account to be activated.
No. All records are imported from Banner and we strictly adhere to those guidelines for class level determinations.
Other documents may include supplemental applications or portfolios. See the job description for details of what documents may be needed.
It is up to the on-campus department to determine their application review timeline and some departments may not contact students that they decide to not hire.
Ensure student completes these steps:
Follow these steps to post your job:
Student Temporary Staff employees are paid an hourly rate and record time on an electronic timesheet called Web Time Entry. Hourly employees are paid bi-weekly (Fridays). The work week runs from Sunday through Saturday and employees are to record their hours every day they work. See Web Time Entry User's Guide