- Active Learning Experience (ALE) Application
- Labor Overload Application
- Medical Verification of Physical Impairment Form (Physician’s statement)
- Off-Campus Labor Application (academic year)
- Confidentiality Agreement
- Disciplinary Action Form
- Example of Accountability Agreement
- Labor Evaluation Form
- Process of Disciplinary Action Form
- TRACY Labor Supervisor Manual
Note: Additional resources can be found on the Student Payroll page for items such as labor status forms, etc. For assistance in completing some of these documents, there are a number of helpful clips located on our Training Videos page.
Student Job Descriptions
Welcome to the Student Job Description page, where you will find the necessary tools and forms for constructing a well written job description. You can also take a look at all of the positions available on campus based on labor department. All student work positions are required to have an updated job description on file with the Labor Program Office.
Students work in over 125 labor departments, each of which is supervised by at least one faculty member or professional staff person selected by the department head. Additionally, most departments have labor mentors, individuals who are not directly charged with supervisory responsibilities, but who actively participate in student training and development. Many departments also have students serving in supervisory / leadership roles. The Dean of Labor provides general oversight for all work areas to ensure consistency of administration, training and assessment, but departments vary widely in the nature of work performed, method of supervision, degree of autonomy, etc. Students are encouraged to experience a variety of work environments to maximize their learning opportunities and expose themselves to different work styles.
Creating a Job Description
If you would like to create a new job description please contact Stella Miller (ext.3877 or email@example.com).
Student Labor Evaluations
The Student Labor Evaluation is a web-based system maintained by SmartEvals.com. It contains the same elements as the former paper form found in the training materials below. All training materials are still relevant and should be reviewed by first-time users. The former paper form can still be used for student self-evaluations and in some of the optional usage plans found the Complete Evaluation Training Packet. In addition,the paper form may be used at times when an evaluation needs to take place and there is no open timeline in the SmartEvals system.
Evaluation Training Materials
- Additional Performance Expectations
- Background Information on Workplace Expectations
- Labor Evaluations Overview
- Performance Expectations Training Document
- Student Labor Evaluation Training Packet
- Using the Student Labor Evaluation Form
Paper Evaluation Forms
Use these forms whenever an evaluation cycle has closed or for self-evaluations by the students. The paper form does not substitute for completing the evaluation in the SmartEvals system. Contact the Labor Office if you have questions about using it correctly.