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Career Services Supervisors' Resource Library

Resource Library

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  • Affordable Care Act:  Find out how this new legislation impacts student employment, including the number of hours a student can work each week
  • Applicant Screening Tips:  Use these suggestions to screen the most qualified candidates, during the application process and  the interview

  • Application for On-Campus Employment:  Students must submit this completed document via BuffJobs to be considered for on-campus employment; hiring managers record remarks on the appended Supervisor's Action Form 

  • Application Rubric:  This handy form will help you determine whom to interview for your job opening
  • Bi-Weekly Pay Schedule: Find out when time sheets are due and the related pay dates here; this document also includes information about accessing TimeTraq

  • Electronic I-9 Instructions for Students:  A guide for completing Form I-9 online.  (This must be done prior to your student's first day of work.)

  • Employee Service Request: Complete this form prior to your student employee's start date if special permission is needed for access to technology, phones, computers, networks, etc. (e.g. Datatel, Perceptive Content, long distance codes)

  • Federal Work Study: Here's some helpful information about this federal program and how it can impact your bottom line
  • Hiring Checklist:  Follow these easy steps to recruit, hire and on-board your student employees according to University policy and federal law

  • Hiring Distinctions: Determine if your graduate student is a GA or a Student Employee -- and who processes their employment paperwork (HR or Career Services)
  • Hiring Rational Examples: Every new hire must be reported in BuffJobs.  Reasons for not hiring a candidate must be reflected on the student's job application.  Find out what's permissible according to employment law here
  • I-9 Document List:  A list of acceptable documents to verify identity/employment eligibility
  • I-9 Overview:  A comprehensive description of Form I-9, its history and purpose
  • Nepotism Policy:  Exceptions to this policy must be approved by the President

  • New Hire Form:  Aka "Offer Letter."  Send this completed form with your student employee to Career Services to begin the employment paperwork process