All Student Employment jobs for both the Federal Work-Study (FWS) and Campus Employment (CE) programs are posted and processed through the Marymount University Job Site. This system assigns a user account through which campus employers submit job requisitions, and receive and manage student applications. Employers must access the Jobs4Saints
In order for student employees to be paid by FWS or CE funds, a campus employer must hire the student employee through PeopleAdmin, and receive the Student Employment Paperwork Receipt
issued by Human Resources Services for each student hired. Employers must receive and retain each student employee’s Student Employment Paperwork Receipt BEFORE
the student begins working.
Creating a Job Requisition
An online Job Requisition can be created from a template or from a previous posting. This will be easier to complete if you prepare ahead of time. Refer to the list below to make sure all your job posting materials are ready. You may find it helpful to prepare these items and save them in a Microsoft Word document so you can cut and paste the answers into the application. If you need assistance when creating your requisition please contact the Student Employment Office.
||This includes any additional hourly pay that your department would like to pay the student on top of the wage FWS or CE will be paying. If your office does not pay an additional wage to the campus employment rate, please enter “None” in the field.
** Please contact the Student Employment Office for current wage. **
||List the duties, responsibilities, and essential functions the student employee will be performing.
||List any qualifications a student MUST possess to be able to do the job. Include days/hours student must be able to work.
||You may list any “nice-to-have” qualifications that will help distinguish candidates from one another.
|Expected Learning Objectives
All positions, even the most menial in nature, can teach students valuable transferable skills that are
- universal to being a good employee. Examples include
- customer service skills
- professional etiquette
- problem solving
- qualities of a strong work ethic
- networking with faculty and staff supervisors
- finding mentors in supervisors
|Special Notes to Applicants
||Indicate which documents you would like for the student to attach and any other job-specific information that does not appear elsewhere in the requisition. If you have nothing else to include, please enter “None” in the field.
If you need to open your position during an employment period you simply need to contact the Student Employment Office. If an employment period has ended (the end of the academic year or summer) you must re-post the position for the new employment period.