We are dedicated to continually improving the on-campus student employment program and systems, and to help you throughout your recruitment, selection, and development practices!
This section of our website is designed as a resource for Rollins employees who request, hire, and supervise student employees. You will find information about the procedure for posting student on-campus jobs, forms for hiring and rehiring student employees, and policies regarding student employment. We have created helpful checklists in the "Resources" section which will make hiring a student employee on campus even easier. As always, if you have any questions that are not addressed here, feel free to contact our office.
Supervisor Handbook: The Supervisor Handbook serves as an online resource for all student employee supervisors. This resource provides all information a supervisor will need to know in order to successfully manage their student employee(s) Learn More
Application Website User Guide for Supervisors: A How-To guide for posting a student job online, reviewing student applicants, and hiring students. This guide includes screenshots to help supervisors navigate the application portal. Learn More
Hiring Manager Portal: The following link takes you to the application portal, where supervisors may post jobs, review and hire student employees: Supervisor Login Page
Interview Guide: A guide for supervisors preparing to interview student job applicants. This guide provides the steps for conducting successful interviews, possible interview questions, and information about what not to ask in an interview. Learn More
8 Ways to Best Help Your Student Workers: These tips were put together by Noel-Levitz, Inc. We encourage you to put these best practices to use as they will improve student worker performance, and more importantly help students get the most out of their on-campus job. Learn More
Orientation Checklist: A general guide for supervisors to use for new student employee orientation and training. It is beneficial to provide clear expectations early, as the training a student receives on the first day of work will set the tone of the employment experience. Learn More