- Determine staffing needs and verify funds allocated to your department's budget for Federal Work-Study and Longwood Work Study
- Complete Position Announcement for and submit to Student Employment Manager for posting.
- Interview candidates and make selection(s).
- Once hired, complete and forward the required hiring documents for each student hired to the Student Employment Manager for verification and processing.
The documents must be submitted to and approved by the Student Employment Manager before the 21st of the month in order for the student to be paid for work completed before the 21st.
Documents approved after the 21st will result in the student having to wait until the next pay period for payment.
- IT IS ILLEGAL to allow students to work without authorization. Students cannot begin work until you have received confirmation of authorized employment from the Student Employment Manager.
- During the academic year, students working under Federal Work-Study can begin working no earlier than 10 days before the first day of classes and can work no later than the last day of exams.
Employment Authorization forms must be completed and submitted each year by the 21st of the month. Paperwork approved after the 21st will result in the student having to wait until the next pay period for payment.
Students' continued employment within a department depends on several factors. Students must:
- continue to be enrolled in a degree seeking course of study
- maintain satisfactory academic progress (maintain a cumulative 2.0 gpa if in second year of classes or above
- continue to have a demonstrated financial need if working under federal work-study
and must have indicated to their supervisors the wish to continue working
Students are not automatically rehired.