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)
This link takes you to the supervisor login page of our application website. This is where you will create and update student job posts, review your applicants, update student application statuses, and fill your job opening. We strongly encourage supervisors to use the "Application Website: User Guide for Supervisors" below in order to navigate the site.
A How-To guide for posting a student job online, reviewing student applicants, and hiring a student/students. This guide includes screenshots to help supervisors navigate the new application portal.
A simple online form to provide student applicants with valuable feedback from a hiring manager's perspective regarding their application materials (cover letter, resume, application form) and/or their interview. The OSE encourages all supervisors who post a job opening to complete this form if they have any positive or constructive feedback that a student applicant can learn from.
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.
This student handbook has a wealth of information for new student workers. We encourage supervisors to have student employees review the handbook at the beginning of their employment experience and to refer to it throughout.
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.
Student employees at Rollins provide outstanding service to faculty, staff, and visitors each and every day. We've compiled some great ideas and resources to help supervisors recognize their student employees for their hard work. Have a look at our suggestions, and take a moment to say thanks!
Procedures are outlined for voluntary resignations, as well as involuntary terminations of student employees.