After receiving the Confirmation letter
Go to the Library Organizational Development Office to complete paperwork listed on the Confirmation Letter.
To view the paperwork and instructions on how to complete them
All paperwork except the tax forms are to be completed in the Library Personnel Office on (three days before) the start date listed on the Confirmation letter.
After Offer of Hire by Hiring Supervisor
Once the offer has been made to the Student/Temp New Hire
A letter of "Confirmation" by email with the following information
Position title (e.g. Library Aide 3, 4, etc)
Name of the Hiring department
Where to complete the paperwork (in Library Organizational Development)
Acceptable Document List link (if you need to complete E-Verify)
Document(s) list you need to complete
Work-Study Authorization form (Work-Study Federal program)
Direct Deposit link
Link to Student & Supervisor Handbook
Allow at least a day from the time you return the Hire decision form to the Library Organizational Development so that we can check on the student status in FASIS and E-Verify to see what paperwork is needed for hire in Payroll.
Forms that need Supervisor's Signature:
Work-Study Authorization form
Non-Resident without a social security card letter
Student/Temporary Employees Working More Than One Job
Work-Study eligible students are automatically granted authorization for one job. Students who wish to work a second Work-Study job must request it in writing by completing a Request for Two Jobs Form and filing it in the Work-Study Office. The student must list a reason for wanting a second job and know the schedule and hourly rate of both jobs, keeping in mind that:
Completed forms may be faxed, mailed or emailed to the Work-Study Office, 1801 Hinman Avenue, Evanston Campus. If approved, a second authorization form must be on file with the Work-Study Office.
Pay for overtime hours (any time over forty hours per week) is not permitted on Work-Study funds.
Non-Work Study Students and Non-NU Students
Non-Work-Study students and Non-NU Students can work two jobs