Hiring Students for On-Campus Employment
Hiring an NU student
Some campus offices or departments hire a large number of students each year and others may seek specialized skills for individualized positions. Whatever your need, UCS can help connect you with students seeking non-work study on-campus employment.
Your posted job description can inform applicants of your hiring needs and should include: description of tasks, specific skills needed, research experience, computer skill level, hours, and more.
How to Post Your Non-Work Study Job
UCS advises undergraduate and graduate students seeking on-campus employment to go directly to campus offices/units to inquire about openings, as well as to review postings through CareerCat, our online job and internship posting system.
UCS CareerCat postings can be completed through the following link. The first time you go into the system, you will be asked to complete a brief employer registration form. After that you will be emailed your username and password.
If you have questions, please contact Dianne Siekmann, Associate Director for Employer Relations.
Hiring a Work Study Student
Undergraduate student eligibility for the Work Study program is determined by a student's financial aid package. Positions that are typically filled with work study students are managed through the campus Work Study Office.