To work on campus,
you will need to do the following:
the necessary employment forms (W-4, I-9, Direct Deposit) in the Human
Resources office located in lower DiGregorio. (This only needs to be
your documents are on file with Human Resources, you will be required to
come to HR to get your work papers. It is this document you will provide
to your new supervisor giving them notice you have the legal right to
work on campus.
need a work paper for every
position that you work.
Your supervisor will
complete their portion of the work paper. Remind them to retain a copy
then give the original to you. You will return the form to HR. Once HR
receives that form, you are then eligible to begin work.
Please remember that
you must complete, have your supervisor sign and return
your timecards when they are due.
Student workers who do not
submit their timecards or submit them late will be subject to
disciplinary actions up to and including the loss of their privilege to
work on campus for the remainder of the semester.
How do I find a Job?
Typically in the first two weeks of
school, supervisors will list their position openings with Human
Resources and jobs are then posted in their office.
Human Resources is located in DiGregorio, lower floor.
Please contact the Human Resource
Department at (603) 899-4075 or by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about
Completing your I-9
If you are working on campus for the
first time, you must complete a Federal I-9 Form to verify
employment eligibility. Please bring one of the following
ORIGINAL documents to Human Resources: Social Security card
or birth certificate bearing an official seal, both are
documents that establish employment authorization, if using either a
Social Security card or birth certificate you will also need a
driver’s license or another form of state issued photo ID
(ex. non-driver ID) or Franklin Pierce ID card. A U.S.
passport may be used as it establishes both identity and employment
authorization, if using a passport you will only need one form of
ID. To read the complete list of acceptable forms of identification
http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf Please understand,
you are NOT allowed to work on campus until you have completed this
form and supplied original documents to Human Resources.
Completing your W-4
To complete your W-4 you will follow
the directions as stated on the W-4 form. You will have to claim a
certain number of “Allowances” on your W-4. We are not legally
allowed to give advice on how to complete this form so you may wish
to ask your parents for assistance.
Completing your Direct Deposit (for
Franklin Pierce deposits all student
employment earnings directly into your bank account. To get this
set up you will need to bring a blank voided check or your savings
account information to the Human Resources office. Please know that
you will receive one ‘live’ check prior to the direct deposit
becomes in effect.