What are the benefits of the Student Employment on Campus Program?
The Student Employment on Campus Program is designed with the student in mind. The Program recognizes that academic achievement comes first and for that reason provides flexible scheduling of work hours to accommodate your class timetable. The program provides students with the opportunity to gain practical work experience, often in positions that relate to the student’s field of study.
Trouble saving the Employment on Campus Assessment form?
If you have Adobe Acrobat Pro, the form will save my clicking "Save As". However, if you are using a Adobe Reader the form will not save due to the functions built within the form. If you have Adobe Reader please follow the below steps in order to save your form:
1. Once the form is completed, click on File.
2. Click on Print (Ctrl+P) and change the name of the printer to Adobe PDF, then click Print. This will not print the form, but instead save it.
3. Save the ECA as a PDF with your last name, first name (ex. Smith, John).
Does the hiring manager see my Employment on Campus Assessment form?
The Employment on Campus Assessment form is only to confirm that the student meets the financial requirements of the bursary fund. These forms do not get submitted with the rest of the application.
Why are International Students, Second Career Recipients, and Bachelor of Business Administration Students excluded from the Student Employment on Campus bursary fund?
They do not meet the requirements of the program because their tuition does not contribute towards the account that funds the Student Employment on Campus bursary. However, these students can still apply as departments may have the budget to fund the positions.
Can I apply to more than one job on campus?
Students can apply to as many jobs as they are qualified for.
Can I work more than 12 hours a week during the school year?
No. A student employee can only work a maximum of 12 hours per week during the academic year.
If I am accepted by two positions, can I work in both positions?
Students may work in two different employment positions as long as the hours worked does not exceed the maximum of 12 hours a week during the academic year.
What happens after I apply?
All applications are forwarded to the appropriate School/Department for consideration. The School/Department will contact you if you are selected for an interview. Generally, interviews take place within two to three weeks after the job has closed.
I am International Student, can I obtain employment on campus?
You can work on campus as long as you are legally entitled to work in Canada. However, you cannot be funded through the Student Employment on Campus Program. If you are an international student please check with the International Student Services department, for funding opportunities.
How do I learn about available student jobs?
Student jobs are posted on the Work@SLC
page as well as on the Student Employment Boards at each campus. The Kingston Student Employment Job Board is located in the corridor between the Campus Book Store and Student Services. Each posting includes the job duties and qualifications, hours and duration of work, terms of employment and closing date of the posting.
How do I apply?
Learn more about How to Apply
Please feel free to contact the Student Employment Coordinators at 613-544-5400 ext. 1368 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or visit our office located in Human Resources (Office #01060).