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1 Who Is Eligible To Work? Academic Year - Students taking a minimum of 2 courses in the semester they are working Summer – students of TCNJ or another institution Year Round - Students who can provide required documentation: – See back of I-9 form Students must be at least 16 years of age. Students younger than 18 are required to secure Working Papers. International Students – Need to contact Jon Stauff in the Center of Global Engagement to get a letter confirming their J-I Status, and then apply for a temporary SS card.

2 Post A New Job MAC Users must use SAFARI

3 1.If you only have posting permissions for one department, you will not see a Filter Employers box. This only appears when you have posting permissions for more than one department. 2.If you have posting permissions for more than one department, select the department for which you want to post a job. If not, proceed to the next slide.

4 1.Click Add a new job…

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6 1. Choose a Primary Contact person from the list. This will be the person who receives when a student applies for the job. 2.If you wish to designate a secondary contact, select the persons name from the list and click the Add >>> button. 3.Please Note: If youre an Employer that works in a department that lists Stipend and/or Special Rate jobs, you will be presented with a Stipend / Special Rate job Yes or No question. Otherwise, you wont see this field at all. 4.You may optionally enter an Address and a Work Location. 5.Lastly, click Submit to continue. Add A Job Process – Continued

7 You may add questions to the institutional default application, if approved by the site administrator, to ensure you get the best candidate for your job. To do so, select a type of question from the drop down menu (i.e. Single Line question, Multiple Line Question, Single Choice, Multiple Choice, or Section Heading) and click Insert. Note: For single or multiple choice questions, please ensure the options (i.e. yes or no for a single choice question) are comma-separated. When you are completed with managing the application, click the Click here when finished button. How to add a new question to the institutional default job application

8 1.Select As soon as possible from the list on question #1 if you want the job to be reviewed for approval immediately. However, If you want to save the job for later, select Later, I need to review it myself later. The job will go to Storage for later review. 2.Select Yes, immediately, from the list on question #2 if you want the job to be listed immediately upon approval. Select No, put it into Storage for me if you do not want applicants to apply because it is a very specific job and you already know who you are hiring. This option will let our office know to put it in Review and you can hire student as a walk-in 3.For the question, #3 select Until I close the job" 4.Then click Click here to finish and the job will be sent to the Career Center for Approval

9 1.Once your job has been approved by the Career Center, you will receive an notifying you that your job was approved and of the Colleges Nepotism Policy The College of New Jersey restricts the hiring and supervision of one family member by another, including those cases where one employee may be in the line of supervision of a relative* at a divisional or executive level. This restriction also applies to supervisors and subordinates who are cohabitating or dating. It is the responsibility of both supervisors and applicants to report the names of any relatives in departments or divisions to which the candidate has applied. The College reserves the right to reassign relatives working in the same department whenever there is the potential for a conflict of interest. * For purposes of this policy, relative means: an individuals spouse or the individuals or spouses parent, child, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, grandparent, grandchild, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, stepparent, stepchild, stepbrother, stepsister, half-brother or half-sister, whether the relative is related to the individual or the individuals spouse by blood, marriage or adoption.

10 The first step in the re-hire and re-posting process is to find the job in your queue

11 Then click on the job update the status to storage this will remove all your old applicants from last academic year.

12 Then click to close the job.

13 Once the job is closed you must bring it back into either review or listed if you will have more openings than what you are rehiring for. Listed will make the job visible to the students review will not. When considering how many openings you have make sure you count your re-hires as well as your new hires. Contact the Career Center to get the exact dates for each Academic year and summer term.

14 The shot shows you the fields which need to be updated. You can also edit your job description here if you wish. And the maximum hours a student can work during the academic year is 15 hours. The number of position you need to put in is: your rehires + you new hires. Also remember to pick from the queue any other person who should be able to view you applicants and make sure you put Academic year. When you are finished, hit submit which is at the bottom of the screen. Submit

15 This is the screen you will see once your changes have been approved and you click on Manage job then you will click Hire a student for your rehires.

16 On this screen you will put in your rehires as walk –ins usually putting just the last name will bring up the students name. Then click on Go to step 2

17 Here you can see that I put in Sanders and it gave me a choice because there are more than one person with that last name. The student who I am hiring is Catherine Sanders so I click that radio button and then hit select student.

18 This screen will come up and will let you know that you have not accidently hire this student more than once. If you had already hire this student, a Red X will appear. Then you need to click continue to next step.

19 You will see this screen make sure your dates and hours are correct. And since Catherine is a re- hire make sure you pick that from the drop down window! This will be the only way we will know to give your student a raise.(note raise are give at the beginning of the Academic year only.) Then click continue to Time Sheet and follow prompts.

20 From the drop down box pick the time sheet that matches the job for which you are hiring this student.

21 On this screen make sure you have the correct primary supervisor and you MUST have a secondary supervisor. If there is no one in your queue, please arrange with someone in similar department who can be your back up and then contact the Career Center and we will arranger for them to have access to your time sheets also in the Pay Schedule Choose TCNJ Bi- Weekly Pay Schedule Then click create hire

22 Once you click create hire, the system will bring you back to your Hire Confirmation screen and on that screen you will also have a line that says: Return to Job Control PanelReturn to Job Control Panel. Click this and repeat the process for each of your rehires. Once you have completed your rehires and now want to post your job for the fall you will need to move your job into Listed status. Just click on Listed as shown by the arrow on this screen shot.

23 You now will see this screen again but now the status of you job is listed and students will start applying to your position. Where it says View applicants, you will see how many applicants you have and be able to view them and hire them(Please note: August 1 to September 30 FWS students will have a priority for any position to which they apply)

24 Student Work Hour Limits No more than 15 hours/week during semesters No more than 40 hours/week during semester breaks Minors under 18 years old – No more than 6 consecutive days – No more than 8 hours/day – No more than 5 continuous hours without an interval of at least 30 minutes of unpaid break – No more than 40 hours/week during semester breaks

25 Expectations of the Supervisor Remember they are students first! Establish a work schedule Be as flexible as possible when considering schedules and requests for changes If you need to make schedule changes, give as much notice as possible Make sure they understand that now there are electronic time sheets that need to be filled out. And they are expected to post their times Set clear expectations of students. Give students not meeting those expectations a chance to improve.

26 Expectations of the Student Employee Treat campus position as a real job Conduct themselves responsibly Communicate with supervisor if having difficulty with schedule and/or job duties Give the supervisor as much notice as possible for requested changes Inform supervisor if working more than one job to ensure total hours dont exceed limit

27 Expectations of the Student Employee Treat campus position as a real job Conduct themselves responsibly Communicate with supervisor if having difficulty with schedule and/or job duties Give the supervisor as much notice as possible for requested changes Inform supervisor if working more than one job to ensure total hours dont exceed limit

28 Academic Year Hires and Rehires This is a review for how to post jobs for you new hires in the Fall and to rehire your returning student workers.

29 Also please be aware that any new student hire who have never worked on campus must complete an I-9 form BEFORE they are allowed to work. You will know when your student hire has completed all their paper work because you will receive and from informing you and your student that he/she can start work and that there will be an electronic time sheet in the system for them to fill out. Remind your students that it is their responsibility to complete I-9 and to fill out electronic (send them to this link for a tutorial: Here is the link to the complete list of accepted documents for the I-9: the list of acceptable documents are on p.8 the list of acceptable documents are on p.8


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