on-campus Student Employment
Policies & Procedures
New supervisors are trained, on-boarded, and receive position codes
Supervisor (or faculty admin) submits a position description using Employer module of TritonTrack
Career Services reviews and posts the position to Student module
Students apply using a resume (minimum requirement)
Supervisors evaluate candidates and send offer(s) using TritonTrack
Students receive the official offer letter in their Eckerd email
The offer letter instructs students how to accept/decline the position, complete onboarding (if needed), and submit the Placement Form (after which a student can start working). Career Services is not permitted to complete the I-9 until the student has received the official offer.
Students should not start working unless they have completed their I-9 (status in Student Locator or contact Career Services).
When sending an offer for a remote position to a student, the student must already have an I-9 completed or be living locally. Onboarding can only be completed in-person.
Career Services approves the Placement Form and then creates the timesheet within a 2-3 business days
How to Send an Offer:
Jobs: Job Postings
Number of applicants (green button)
“Offer Position” button (not the drop down)
Once the offer is sent, students will receive this email with instructions
How Students Submit Time
Login to the Employee Profile (link can also be found in EC-Web)
Select “Enter Time” under My Activities
Select the pay period
Enter start and end times for each day worked
To submit the timesheet before the deadlines, select Preview and Submit
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