To hire students, follow the on-campus hiring process:
- Post a Job in Handshake
- Review application materials
- Conduct interviews
- Offer position to candidate(s)
- Fill out the Hiring Request form with HR at Student Employment
- Train student employee
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)How to Post an On-Campus Job
- Go to “Post a Job”
- Complete the required information
- For job type and employment type, you must select “On-Campus Student Employment” and “Part-Time“
- At the end select UW-Milwaukee as the school
- Select “Create”
- After completing your job posting, please allow 24 – 48 hours for administrative approval.
Have an overall purpose statement – This statement summarizes the position, as well as provides insight into the value of the position within the organization
Be specific – Clearly outline the responsibilities of the position by explaining the essential duties.
Before the interview
- Pre-interview homework: Review application materials prior to the interview to help guide the interview process
During the interview
- Interviewers introduce themselves and their role within the organization
- Briefly summarize the responsibilities of the position
- Start with a simple introductory question
- Develop questions specifically related to position description
- Make some questions open-ended
- Allow for questions after the interview
- Provide the candidate with the next steps and contact information
Effective learning outcomes:
- Are student-centered
- Focus on learning resulting from an activity rather than the activity itself
- Reflect the institution’s mission and the values it represents
- Align at the course/program, academic program/department, divisional, and institutional levels
Adapted from StudentVoice Webinar, Writing Effective Learning Outcomes, Spring 2011. Originally cited from Huba & Freed (2000).
Effective learning outcomes should align with the departmental, division, and university objectives, goals, and mission. They should always connect back to the big picture.
The ABCs of a Learning Outcome
- Audience (A) Who does the outcome pertain to?
- Behavior (B) What do you expect the audience to know/be able to do?
- Condition (C) Under what conditions or circumstances will the learning occur?
Examples of learning outcomes include:
- (Students) (will be able to recall) at least (5 of the 7 elements of the Social Change Model).
- (Students) (will demonstrate increased leadership skills) by (successfully completing a leadership skills inventory, as indicated by a score of at least 80% correct).
Examples of program outcomes include:
- (The XXX program) will (increase awareness of its programs/services) (by 20%).
- (The XXX program) will (increase the diversity of its volunteers) (to reflect the diversity at UWM).
*Adapted from the Student Affairs Assessment Team*
Download the UWM Student Employment Manual for more information on student employment processes and guidelines.
- Resources are available to ensure this process is properly completed. Each department has a Human Resources (HR) representative that can assist in the hiring process. For information on HR representatives in the Division of Student Affairs visit, https://uwm.edu/studentaffairsadminservices/pages/human-resources/hr-representatives/
- In addition to departmental policies and procedures, the UW-System has workplace expectations and a code of ethics that all employees must adhere to. Visit https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/hr/emplrel/coe/ for more information regarding these policies.
The UW System Human Resources System (HRS) is used to input time and provide compensation for all UW-Milwaukee employees. In order to access this, visit: https://my.wisconsin.edu/. To clock in or out complete the following instructions.
- Select UW-Milwaukee from the drop down box
- Sign in with your ePanther ID and password
- Select Time and Absence
- Select Web Clock
- Choose In or Out and submit