Affirmative Action requires that all Student Employee positions are posted through Student Employment for a minimum of five (5) business days before a student is hired. Equal opportunity must be provided to all students at Xavier University.
If this is a new position in the department, the job must first be approved by Student Employment. For approval of a new position, follow instructions on Step #1 of the Hiring Process.
If the job has already been approved, a supervisor must complete a Student Employment Job Posting Form.
Student Employment job openings are posted on Hire-A-Muskie for a minimum of 5 business days.
A student employee at Xavier is a temporary, part-time employee whose primary purpose at Xavier is the achievement of educational goals. The student employee must be enrolled at Xavier full time with at least 12 credit hours (undergraduate) or at least 9 credit hours (graduate).
Supervisors will receive an e-mail from Student Employment regarding student's eligibility to start work:
During the Academic Year
Student employees may work a maximum of 20 hours per week (all positions combined) during the academic year.
During the Summer* Semester and Breaks
During the summer* semester and breaks, student employees may work a maximum of 25 hours per week (all positions combined).
*An exception can be requested by the department supervisor to allow students to work more than the 25 hours per week during the summer semester, by submitting a Summer Exception Request Form. If a student has been approved for this exception, they may work as many hours as needed, however, overtime will be paid and charged to department student wages for any time worked over 40 hours in a week.
Additionally, due to the Affordable Care Act, a review of all student employee hours worked will be reviewed each October looking back to the previous October, to determine if any student employees averaged 30 hours of work a week. Students who worked an average of 30 hours of work a week must be offered health benefits and if they choose to accept those benefits, the department/division/college will be responsible for picking up that cost.
If a student employee has left your position for any reason other than graduation, complete the Student Employment Termination form.
If there is a performance issue or grievance, follow the procedure outlined here GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES FOR STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
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