Student Employment at Butler
On-campus employment opportunities exist within nearly every office and department at Butler. Some of the many areas that employ students include: academic departments, business offices, intramurals, athletics, laboratories, tutoring, information technology, music teaching, theatre, telecommunications, residential halls, admissions, the Health and Recreation Complex (HRC), and nonprofit organizations. If you are a student interested in working part-time, here are some resources that will guide you through the application process:
- Butler University Student Employment (BUSE) Guide - The Butler University Student Employment (BUSE) Guide will show you how to use Handshake, Butler's online career management system.
- Handshake - Our online career management system provides access to on-campus and off-campus employment opportunities.
- Student Employment FAQs - These are some frequently asked questions regarding student employment at Butler.
- New Hire Paperwork Packet - If you have never worked in an on-campus position, you will need to complete some preliminary paperwork.
Here are some resources for current student employees:
- How Do I Clock In?
- How Do I Submit Hours On My Timesheet?
- Payroll Schedule - When do students get paid?
- August 1, 2018 - Students eligible for Federal Work Study funds may begin applying to on-campus and Federal Work Study jobs through Handshake.
- August 10, 2018 - All students may begin applying to on-campus jobs through Handshake.
- Thursday, August 23rd, 2018: Get Hired! Part-time Job Fair from 3:00-4:30 in the Reilly Room
Please note: Securing an on-campus job is extremely competitive. While the resources above are a good start, we strongly suggest networking with staff, faculty, and other students as a way to find employment that may not be posted online. Students may also request a resume critique appointment by contacting Internship and Career Services at (317) 940-9383 or email@example.com.
Attention Incoming Students
If you plan on securing on-campus employment, you will be asked to complete an I-9 for your first on-campus position. The I-9 must be completed to verify identity and work authorization for anyone hired in the United States. Part of the I-9 completion process requires that you present acceptable documents to your employer (e.g. faculty and staff supervisors). This link explains which documents are acceptable. Documents MUST be unexpired originals. Photocopies and scanned images will not be accepted. I would also encourage you to view "New Hire Paperwork" link found below.
Maximizing the Student Employment Experience
Do you consider working part-time as "just a job"? The reality is that your on-campus work experience is so much more than that! Using your time wisely while you work is going to positively impact your life professionally, academically, and personally. Take pride in the fact that you are working in addition to being in school. Find out five ways to maximize your time. Also, Affordable Colleges Online has some great information for you to think through as well.
Questions regarding on-campus employment can be forwarded to Daniel Aguilar, the On-Campus Student Employment Coordinator. He is located in the Internship & Career Services office in Atherton Union, room 315, and can be reached at (317) 940-8425 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.