The student employment process at the University of South Florida is a collaborative process between
- University Scholarships and Financial Aid Services (USFAS)
- VP/Dean areas
- Hiring departments
- Career Services
- Human Resources
There are three types of student employment funding on campus. Departments have the option of funding their own student employment positions. These student employees are considered temporary employees. Additionally, there are two financial aid-funded part-time (maximum 20 hrs/week) student employment options - Federal Work Study and Summer Work Study. Both financial aid-funded types of employment are need-based.
LUNCH & LEARN WITH US
This fall, we have been piloting a new way to get you, our on-campus employers, the information you need to successfully employ our students. Come join us for one of our lunch and learns! Bring your lunch and we'll provide complimentary snacks and beverages. Space is limited to 20 seats, so please see our instructions here about how to register in Employ-A-Bull.
Overcoming Differences, October 15th, 12 - 1 p.m., Career Services' Multipurpose Room
Learn how your personality type affects your supervision style. Together we'll do some self-assessment and then discuss how a greater understanding of your habits and preferences affect the supervision of your student employees.
Creating Expectations for Your Student Employees, November 19th, 12 - 1 p.m., Career Services' Multipurpose Room (SVC 2088)
Create a meaningful work experience for your student employee by learning how to implement an effective on-boarding, goal setting, and evaluation process. We'll also discuss how to help your student thrive as part of a multi-generational staff.
To learn more about the the process of student employment on campus, including recruiting and selection of student employees, appointing and training, and payment of student employees, please utilize the 2015-2016 Student Employment at USF Handbook.
Access the USF Student Employee Evaluation Form here. We recommend that you have a one-on-one evaluation with your students once a semester or a minimum of once a year.