Working on Campus
- Earn some extra cash?
- Contribute to your school bill?
- Strengthen your resume?
On campus employment opportunities are available today in a variety of departments ranging from 5 to 20 hours per week. Where else can you work with managers who are concerned for your academic well-being and provide flexible work schedules to accommodate your classes? Check out our open positions to find the right fit.
A limited number of student employees may also qualify for the Federal Work-Study Program. (We cannot guarantee work for all students and cannot guarantee that each student will earn the approved amount each week.)
Steps to Working on Campus
- Apply — View and apply for open positions that are of interest to you. Check for email confirmation concerning successful submission.
- Wait — You should receive a response concerning whether or not the department desires to move forward with your application. If you do not receive a response within 7-10 business days, please contact HR Staffing Services.
- Respond — If chosen for the position, you will receive by email an official job offer from Human Resources through DocuSign. Carefully read the offer, click “Accept” or “Decline”, sign the offer, and click “Finish” when you are ready to submit.
- Complete — Check your email for a “Welcome Letter” which contains a link to complete all required forms (Form I-9, W-4, etc. . .). In order to start work on campus, you must present to HR original copies of the proof of identification documents you listed on your Form I-9 before your first day of work. (See acceptable documents) HR will be available in the Davis Field House during student check-in.
- Begin — When the above is completed, your supervisor will contact you with your schedule to begin work.
Working on Campus as an International Student
International students are limited to a maximum of 19 work hours per week and subject to additional labor laws.
For those planning to work on campus, BJU will assist in the application of a Social Security Number (SSN). In order to qualify for a SSN, international students must enter the United States under F-1 student status and have a job offer on campus. International students will not be eligible to begin work until presenting the U.S. Social Security Card to HR Staffing Services.
Students applying for a SSN should pick up a letter of employment and SSN application from HR Staffing Services upon arriving to campus. Transportation off campus to the local Social Security Administration office is available upon request.
If you have any questions, email HR Staffing Services.