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Be Part of Something Bigger

As a student employee at Western New England University, you are an integral part of our success.  Students fill a multitude of roles that support the award-winning education we offer at the university.  You can take pride in knowing you are part of a team of professionals that are dedicated to the mission of providing superior education!
Current Student Position Openings
Job Title Division Date Posted Employment Type
STUDENT - Academic Progress Monitor Academic Success 8/19/2021 Student
STUDENT - Circulation Aide University General 4/11/2022 Student
STUDENT - Circulation Aide - Summer Help D'Amour Library 5/13/2022 Student
STUDENT - ECE Department Program Specific First-Year Position College of Engineering 12/14/2020 Student
STUDENT - Peer Tutor Academic Success 7/23/2021 Student
STUDENT - Recreation Assistant Wellness & Recreation 8/3/2020 Student
STUDENT - Student Assistant - Summer Help Finance & Administration 5/13/2022 Student
STUDENT - Summer Resident Advisor Residence Life 4/5/2022 Student
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Student Info and Links

Required Employment Documents

Prior to starting work in your first position through Student Employment, you must visit the Human Resources office located in Rivers Memorial Hall room 100 to complete the following form

*Federal I-9 Form

Please visit I-9 Documentation for the list of identification you will need to bring with you to complete the Federal I-9 Form.  You may not work until this form is completed and the proper identification is presented in Human Resources.

ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE ORIGINAL AND UNEXPIRED. PHOTOCOPIES AND ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.

Payroll Information

 
* Effective 11/1/2020 Direct Deposit is mandatory for Students.

Use this link to Payroll Information for answers to questions on:  

Time Sheets
E-Stub Pay Advices
Direct Deposit
W-4 Tax Forms
Payroll Schedule

If you need further assistance reach out to the payroll department located in Deliso Hall.
*Please note: A student in a work-study program is not eligible for unemployment benefits. Please refer to: Unemployment Eligibility 

Getting a Job On Campus:

Open positions update frequently so please log into this job posting site on a regular basis for the most up to date information on available positions.   
To apply use the Apply button located inside the job posting.
You may also create a profile in Cornerstone which will allow you to apply to multiple positions with ease.

Note: On-campus private vendors such as our food service provider, ARAMARK, and our book store vendor, Follett, accept applications from students independently.

Resources:

The Career Development Center provides programs from freshman through senior year that help students develop professional skills and job search strategies.

Visit them for assistance with:

Résumé Preparation
Interviewing Tips
Off Campus Employment

Name and Address Changes

It is imperative for the University to have correct information on students and employees.  Address changes may be completed in Self Service.  Name changes are done through the Enrollment Services department located below D’Amour Library.

 


Need Assistance?
Human Resources
Phone: 413-782-1549 or 413-782-1268
Location: Rivers Memorial Hall


Requests for Reasonable Accommodations related to University work from student workers, including undergraduate and graduate student employees and graduate assistants (teaching and research), will be reviewed by the Assistant Vice President of Human Resources in consultation with the University’s Student Disability Services staff or other administrative offices, as appropriate.

Western New England is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome candidates whose background may contribute to the further diversification of our community.