Student Hiring Process - two types of student hires
- New Hire: student who does not currently have an on-campus position and must submit New Hire Paperwork Packet; the student and the supervisor must also complete and submit their respective portions of the I-9 form before entering an eHire. All of the aforementioned paperwork is to be submitted to Daniel Aguilar in Internship and Career Services - AU315.
- Existing Hire: A student who currently has an on-campus position; the supervisor need only complete the eHire form in the my.butler portal
Housed on Butler's campus but NOT considered to be Butler University student on-campus employment. Therefore, have their own separate hiring process:
- Butler Dinings Services (Starbucks, Dining Halls)
- Follett (Bookstore)
- Scotty's Dawghouse
- RuffaloNoelLevitz (Butler Telefund)
- Metro Diner
- Contact each individual organization to inquire about their hiring process.
New Hire Paperwork Packet (I-9 with color photocopies and Federal and State Tax Forms)
As mentioned above, students who do not currently hold on-campus employment are "New Hires" and will need to submit the paper forms by the first day of employment - Training is considered employment. The packet can be downloaded and printed below:
|To be completed by all first time student employees by their first date of employment.|
|Grant Funded Student Employee form||
Changing Pay Rates, Supervisors, and Budget Codes:
Status Change Formstack Form
This allows you to update the following: Pay Rate, Primary Supervisor, Account/Combo Code, Job Title, and Backup Time Approver.
New Position Formstack Form
If you are creating a position that has never existed at Butler, you will need to complete the "Create a New Position Formstack Form. Once processed, you will receive a four-digit Position Number from the Office of Human Resources, within three business days.
Please consult the Supervisor New Hire Guide to help you navigate the process. All required forms are linked to this document in a printable, pdf format.
eHire Help: Supervisor Guides
I-9 Video Guides
I-9 Written Guides
Not sure when your student employee will be receiving their next paycheck? Print out the Biweekly Payroll Schedule to always be in the loop!
Need to schedule an eHire training?
eHire Individual Trainings: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 10:00am to Noon (January - May) - Please set up a phone or in-person appointment using Outlook (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you wish to hire a student employee, you are responsible for completing the eHire process within the my.butler portal in addition to submitting any necessary paperwork to Internship and Career Services (ICS). Student employees are employees of Butler University and are covered by workmen's compensation. Therefore, after offering a student a position, all eHire forms and paperwork processes MUST be completed prior to the first day of work - training is considered work. Students MAY NOT begin working before that time. All questions can be directed to Daniel Aguilar, Student Employment Coordinator (email@example.com or 317-940-8425).
I regularly hear from and meet with students who are actively seeking on-campus employment. They often ask why more on-campus positions are not posted in Handshake, and have expressed a great interest in having a centralized location to house existing jobs. When posting a job in Handshake, you can specify an end date for applications, narrow your search to students with specific majors, and have student applications emailed to you. If you would like to post a position in Handshake or learn more about how to use it, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-940-8425. ~ Daniel Aguilar
The following Panopto videos explain how to input and approve time for student employees in my.butler
How does a student clock in via my.butler? Screenshot Guide
How does a student log hours in my.butler? Screenshot Guide
When are student employees paid? Payroll Schedule
How does a student set up direct deposit? Direct deposit must be set-up through the Payroll office in Jordan Hall 056.
eHire Help: Screenshot Guides
You may also send students you wish to hire to the on-campus employment page.
Maximizing the Student Employment Experience
We are all extremely busy, but we should try not to forget what our first priority is as employees of Butler University. We are here to support students as they become educated members of society. Every supervisor has the ability to allow students the opportunity to grow professionally in their on-campus jobs. In addition to all of the great work you do, here are five extra tips on ways to aid your student employee, and yourself.