Hiring Managers FAQs
Fall Semester 2020
Are student jobs exempt from the staff hiring freeze?
Yes, hiring of students will be allowed. Hiring managers are strongly encouraged to post open jobs through the Office of Student Employment’s JOBboard. When possible, hiring managers are encouraged to offer open jobs to students who state they have a need-based financial aid offer.
May departments create replacement positions for jobs no longer being offered due to COVID-19?
Yes. Departments may create replacement positions if past positions will not be offered due to COVID restrictions. Once the position has been determined, the department may post the position for hiring. For this year only, departments may use the existing position number for this short-term need.
If I have employed a student in previous years, am I allowed to rehire that student without posting the position?
Yes, departments may rehire a continuing student employee. The continuing student employee may also be employed in the replacement position.
When will the Student Jobs Hiring Tool be available to enter academic year jobs?
Student Jobs entry for the academic year begins July 15, 2020. Please review the 2020/2021 Job Start and End Dates information in the 'Student Jobs Resources' task via insideND. This resource provides specific job start and end dates for hourly and stipend positions.
What is the earliest date a student can begin working on campus?
Students should not return to campus prior to August 1. The first official day for on-campus student employment for the academic year will be August 6, 2020. An effective termination date of August 5, 2020 has been added to summer hourly positions.
What are the pay rates for student jobs?
The basic hourly pay rate will remain $8.32 for the 2020/2021 academic year. If you enter a pay rate less than $8.32, you will receive an error message in Student Jobs. You may review the 2020/2021 Pay Rates in the 'Student Jobs Resources' task via insideND.
Students enrolled remotely who are located domestically will be allowed to work remotely, if you have an appropriate remote work opportunity.