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Student Assistant II (Regular)

$13.00 per hour

This title/salary is the regular rate for all student library employees.

Student Assistant III (Workleader)

$14.50 per hour

This title/salary is to be used for student library employees in public service units when they work on a night and/or weekend shift AND when they are in charge of all student workers on that shift AND...

Jobs are posted by the supervisors using the job posting Dashboard. For instructions on how to post a job, refer to the Student Job Requisition Guide.

If you have trouble posting a job contact the ...

Students will be required to have work study before they can apply for a position that is posted as work study only. LHRD will log into the work study site with the student to determine their work study eligibility and award. This information will be printed for the student to bring to potential supervisors when they come for an interview. The supervisor can use this amount in determining who will be the best fit...

When you have made your hiring decision, email Student Employment with the student's name, ID and email address. The student will receive a job offer email from LHRD. When they accept the job the student will then be referred to work study. When the student accepts the work study award their information will be sent to Campus Shared Services, who will contact the student to...

Graduate student employees must be supervised by a librarian, Library faculty member or an authorized Principal Investigator. Requisition forms for Graduate students must be approved by your department's AUL and will be reviewed by LHRD before being posted. Graduate student jobs must meet certain criteria, as outlined in the Graduate Student section of our website....

The following are the UC Policies which govern student employment on campus and in the Library.

Eligibility for student positions requires one of the following:

Current regularly enrolled UC Berkeley semester registration. UC Berkeley registration from the immediately preceding semester (i.e., fall semester registration is acceptable through spring semester and spring semester registration is...

Students who are Work Study eligible are sent a job referral through the Work Study office. Students will log into Work-Study to accept or decline the job offer. Once that's done, confirmation emails are sent to the student and LHRD.

The referral is good from the first of the referral month until either you are no longer enrolled (graduating in December, for example) or until the last day of the spring...

The purpose of substitution procedure is to keep Library operations staffed. It is your responsibility to notify your supervisor immediately if you anticipate being absent from work. Your supervisor may require you to recruit an appropriately trained substitute. A substitute takes the responsibility to show up for those specific hours that need coverage and can work hours in addition to his or her regular...

Following are the UC Policies which govern student employment on campus and in the Library.

Eligibility for student positions requires one of the following:

Current regularly enrolled UC Berkeley semester registration. UC Berkeley registration from the immediately preceding semester (i.e., fall semester registration is acceptable through spring semester and spring semester registration is acceptable...

Once you've been offered and accepted a job by email from the library Human Resource Department, you will then receive an email from Campus Shared Service to set up your onboarding appointment.

ID required*:

Original social security card or birth certificate Photo ID such as school ID or driver’s license

*A current passport counts as two forms of ID and would be the only ID necessary to bring. If...

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