A part-time job can be a great stepping stone for students to gain skills and prepare for future internship opportunities. These opportunities can also provide students with additional income to help pay for the costs of education.
Part-time jobs are located in The Career Center’s Navigator/eRecruiting database. To search and apply for these positions, you will need an account to access the system. When your Navigator account has been created, you will receive instructions for searching for part-time jobs.
Please read the following guidelines, which have been developed to ensure that you have a safe and positive experience with your part-time job.
- Interested students must be currently registered at Seton Hall University, maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress, as outlined in the University Catalog. Progress is assessed at the end of each academic year, and includes the following:
- Part-time positions should be at least six-weeks in length.
- Contact Christopher Carbone (email@example.com) when you accept a part-time position.
- Ensure full compliance with the University’s Community Standards of Conduct.
- Provide accurate and honest information in all dealings with The Career Center and employer organizations, including information that is reflected on your resume or addressed during the interview process.
- Refrain from conducting personal business during work hours utilizing employer’s resources.
- Hold in professional confidence any information gained regarding the employer organization or its clients/customers.
Awareness of Potential Workplace Risks
To decrease vulnerability and reduce the possibility of an incident, you need to take responsibility for learning about your environment and becoming aware of potential risks.
These examples are not inclusive. Do not ignore your instincts. If you suspect that something is unsafe, you should notify your on-site supervisor and The Career Center immediately!
Five important steps to be aware of in managing risk:
- Be aware of your surroundings.
- Comply with all safety policies within the organization.
- Identify potential risks and act on solutions.
- Understand guidelines and expectations from the University and employer.
- Inform your site supervisor and The Career Center immediately of any concern.
Should an incident take place:
- Document all facts, including date, persons involved and the situation (pay attention to your feelings & do not minimize them).
- Report all concerns, including safety and personnel problems, to your supervisor and to The Career Center within 24 hours.
- If necessary, seek medical attention.
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