Welcome to the Students section of the Student Employment Office website. To find an on-campus job, f irst read this . If you are planning on getting a job, you will need to fill out four forms and give them to our office - the I-9 , the W-4 , the IT-4 , and the Direct Deposit Form . Read the Policies and the Responsibilities and learn about our online timesheet system . Continue reading to begin your search.
How to Find a Student Job
Available student positions are posted in Symplicity. From the homepage, please log in by entering your username (your full kenyon email address) and your password (which was emailed to your Kenyon email address). If you do not know your password, click "Forgot Password," enter your Kenyon email address, click go, and your password will be reset and emailed to you. After you log in, please complete the following steps:
1. Under "Shortcuts" on the right hand side of the page, select On-Campus Student Employment Jobs.
2. Select any criteria that you would like to search for, or type in any keywords. Default is set to search all Student Employment positions. Click Search.
3. Click on the job titles you are interested in and follow the prompts to apply* for each position.
(*The application requirements may vary for each campus employer, but you "must submit a resume" to apply for positions through the Kenyon Career Connector. It is a good idea to develop a resume and a cover letter now so that they will be available to be uploaded when you start applying for campus jobs.)
When completing job applications, please indicate whether you are a Federal Work-study or Kenyon Institutional Work-study recipient in your resume, cover letter or another document. Please check the job postings, and apply for positions frequently throughout the academic year.
If you would like to work on campus, you will need to bring appropriate identification with you to complete the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification form, state and federal tax forms with the College. Per federal law, we must review original documents. Photocopies and faxed documents are not acceptable. Examples of the most common IDs are listed below. You must present either one item from List A or one item each from lists B and C.
|One Item From List A||One Item From Each Lists B and C|
Current U.S. Passport
Social Security Card
If you are hired for a student position, you must bring your proper IDs to the Student Employment Office, and complete the I-9 form, on or before your first day of work. You will record your hours on an online timesheet, and payment will be issued through direct deposit to your designated bank or credit union.
Our office is in the Career Development Office on the lower level of Gund Commons (101 E. Brooklyn Street). Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For more information, please contact the Career Development Office at (740) 427-5165 , or at firstname.lastname@example.org.