Student Employment


Whether you want to get a jump-start on your career or just need extra money for school, you will find a wide range of student employment opportunities in the University Libraries. Our student workers usually tell us that both the experience and the contacts they have made are very helpful when they are looking for full-time employment after graduation.

Open Positions

There are no open student employment positions in the Libraries at this time. Please check back later for available student employment options.

Resources for Student Workers

Congratulations and welcome to our library team. Please follow the steps below to finish your onboarding:

  1. Complete the online application on the university’s applicant tracking system. You will receive an email about this from the libraries’ HR team.
  2. Complete the PIF (Personnel Information Form) – An email will be sent out with instructions.
  3. Complete the online I-9 – A link will be emailed.
  4. Meet with the HR team – The HR team will send an email with their availability. Please make sure you bring your original documents required to complete an I-9.
  5. Authorized to work email – The HR team will send an email to you and your supervisor when you are authorized to work.

What is HRMS?

HRMS is the University’s human resources management system which is used for reporting time and viewing paychecks and W-2’s.

HRMS Time Reporting Instructions

Use these instructions to learn how to submit time worked to HRMS for compensation.

Report Time

Use this link to report time in HRMS.