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The Library employs some graduate students in both regular Student Assistant positions and Graduate Student Assistant positions. The following requirements apply to any jobs posted for Graduate Student Assistant positions:

Employment Requirements

Must be a regularly enrolled graduate student. May not work over half-time per week during the academic year, between all appointments combined, unless a...

Classification Overview

All jobs on the Berkeley Campus are classified with a title name and title code. For each title, there is a description of the position. The creation and description of job classifications is a task done at the system-wide level of the university; individual campuses do not create new job classifications. Rates of pay may vary by campus for the same classification.

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Please read the following information carefully to familiarize yourself with University and Library expectations, policies, and procedures regarding working conditions and benefits. Consult with your immediate supervisor, unit/section head, or the Library Student Employment Office if you have any questions. The following is only a summary for easy reference.

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Once you have accepted a position and are sent onboarding information from Campus Shared Services, you must provide proper identification and complete your employment paperwork. You will then be instructed to contact your supervisor within 24 hours to arrange your training and work schedule. Failure to contact your supervisor immediately may result in the loss of your job.

Casual/restricted positions are an integral part of Library staffing and operations. Within that context, Student Library Employees are expected to conduct themselves in a businesslike and courteous manner, consistent with the high quality public service goals of the Library. Please remember that we are a service department, assisting faculty, students and the public with their teaching and research needs. The...

Any change of your personal information, such as your address, or telephone number should be made by logging into Blu. If you have a change in student status, please contact your supervisor first followed by the Library Human Resources Department.

Pay

Student payday is every other Wednesday. Your paycheck is directly deposited into your bank account, your funds will be available on payday. It can take four to six weeks for a direct deposit request to be processed when you first request it. Until it is processed, you will be issued a paper paycheck that will be mailed to your home address. You may sign up for direct deposit via...

Time Reporting: Caltime

Your Caltime timesheet is the official record of hours worked. It is your responsibility to clock in and out accurately for each shift that you work and before and after meal breaks. If you make an error, notify your supervisor immediately for correction. Only staff employees designated as supervisors may correct and approve your timesheets.

Do not clock in or out for...

Fifteen-minute breaks with pay are scheduled based on the needs and at the convenience of the department for part-time employees working three or more consecutive hours in any one period. Breaks cannot be accumulated or used for other purposes, such as leaving work early or adjusting work schedules. The University Policy reads, “rest period privileges may be withdrawn if abused.” Breaks are to be taken outside...

Do not agree to a work schedule unless you are able to maintain it throughout the semester. Library operations continue during midterms, finals, and holiday periods. Most units arrange special work schedules for finals week, but expect students to work their regular number of hours. All changes in schedule must be pre-approved by your supervisor.

If anything prevents you from reporting to work on time,...

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