Resources for Supervisors of Student Workers
Is there a resource you’d like to see on this page for student supervisors? Email Kate Walford with ideas and feedback.
Recruiting and Hiring Student Workers
- Checklist for Hiring Student Workers
- Job Description Guide
- Sample Rubric for Student Worker Hiring
- Guide to Posting Positions on Handshake
- Hiring Students with Work-Study: Information for Supervisors
Posting positions on Handshake
Supervisors are encouraged post student work opportunities in Handshake. You have the option to have students submit application materials directly through Handshake, or you can link to an outside application. Click on the job posting guide in the resources above for guidance on how to post a student work job at Reed. Need help with Handshake? Contact Kate Walford.
If you need access to Handshake to post positions, please follow this link to set up employer access.
Hiring temporary/short term student workers
Offices often hire students on a short term basis or for a specific project or event. See tips for hiring temporary or short-term student workers for more information.
Hiring students with work-study
Students at Reed may have work-study as a part of their financial aid package. Follow this link for more information about work-study and prioritizing students with work-study when hiring: Work-study information for student supervisors.
Hiring students in HireEm
Hiring international students
International students are eligible to work in on-campus student positions at Reed. After obtaining an offer of employment, international students must apply for a social security number in order to be paid for work on campus. See the process for hiring international students for more information.
Timesheets and pay
Disability-related accommodations for student workers
Students seeking information about accommodations related to a disability for on-campus student work positions should contact Kate Walford to set up a meeting. Please note that disability-related accommodations for on-campus work are separate from academic or housing accommodations through Disability & Accessibility Resources.
Fall 2019 Student Supervisor Trainings
The following trainings for staff and faculty who work with student workers are offered in Fall 2019: