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How To Find a Student Employment Job

  1. View Available Positions
    • All open positions are posted on the CSB/SJU Student Employment Jobs website at:
    • Select Spring 2016. 
    • Click on the job title to view a full job description.
    • The jobs website is updated every weekday. You can sort by date to see which job postings are new.
  2. Apply for Positions
    • Follow the link or directions at the bottom of the job description to apply. Most positions have an online application.
    • Apply to more than just a couple of departments. Jobs are competitive and it is important for you to be proactive in your job search. Some departments may have as many as 25-30 applicants for one position.
    • Check new job postings regularly, not just one time.
    • Proofread your application before submitting; this is your first impression to supervisors.
    • Keep track of which jobs you applied for and when - it will make it easier to follow up.
  3. Follow Up
    • After you have applied to a position, follow up with the supervisor within one to two weeks to check the status of your application and to request an interview.
  4. Interview
  5. Accept Position
    • Once a supervisor extends a job offer to you, let him/her know if you will accept or decline the job.
    • After accepting a position, complete the online Notification of Hiring Form (NOH). You will need to know your supervisors email address to complete the NOH.

More Information

How many hours per week you can work:

  • If your work award is $1680 you may work up to 5-6 hours per week for the entire academic year or 10-12 hours per week for one semester.
  • If your work award is $3210 you may work up to 10-12 hours per week.

If you have decided not to work:

If you did not receive a work award:

  • You may have your name placed on the work waiting list. Email the Student Employment Office if you would like to have your name added to the work waiting list.