A campus job can be challenging, rewarding and an important part of your college experience. Like anything else in life, you will get out of it only as much as you put into it. As a student employee, you fall under many federal and state regulations as well as college policies. Please take this job as seriously as you would any other part of your education experience and act with the integrity that is expected of all Thiel employees.
Thiel College employs students wherever possible and any student can apply. The College tries to provide campus employment to applicants with the greatest financial need, however a majority of other positions are filled through the recommendation of the work supervisors. The final decision for all hiring rests with the Human Resources Office.
Step 1 - Application Procedure:
Fill out the online application with contact information and job preferences. Additionally, you will be required to submit a one-page resume to accompany your application. The Career Development Center can assist you with creating your resume.
Human Resources will forward completed applications to supervisors for hiring.
HR makes every attempt to match you with the appropriate departments. However, it is recommended that you contact the departments you listed on the application to introduce yourself. Many positions are also obtained by word-of-mouth and referrals, so be sure to ask around! Once selected, an interview with the department may be required. You will be notified if you have been hired and then required to complete the necessary paperwork in the HR office.
Step 2 - Student Employment Paperwork:
Once you are hired for an on-campus job you will be asked to complete and provide the following (instructions for filling out student employment paperwork):
These forms can be obtained in the HR/Payroll office or can be downloaded by clicking the links above. All forms and I-9 verification MUST be turned into the HR/Payroll office before you can begin employment. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Human Resources at email@example.com or 724-589-2150. A staff member can assist you with filling out forms. Once all paperwork is completed, the department supervisor will be notified and you will be permitted to schedule hours and begin working.