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Welcome to Student Employment!

Take a look at the student instructions for direction if you are new to Student Job Finder. Spring positions are now available on Student Job Finder.

ATTENTION: The State of Illinois is raising the minimum wage in stages until it reaches $15.00 per hour by 2025. The first increase of $1.00 per hour went into effect January 1, 2020. The next increase will be .75 on July 1, 2020 bringing minimum wage to $10 per hour for student employees.

Nominations for SIUE's 2020 Student Employee of the Year are now open!

Please review the rubric and eligibility requirements before completing the nomination form below.

Link to nomination form:

Kristen (center) is pictured with Denise Cobb, PhD, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (left) and Vivian Rodgers, Office Support Associate for the Kimmel Student Involvement Center, who nominated Kristen for the award.

Pictured: 2019 Student Employee of the Year Kristen Woods (center) with SIUE Provost Dr. Denise Cobb (left) and her nominating supervisor Vivian Rodgers.

Earn Money to Help Finance Your Education

Many opportunities exist on campus in which you may earn while becoming a valuable part of the campus community. Employment Programs for students include three types of on-campus employment, each offering a variety of experiences to enhance your education and your future. SIUE also offers an off-campus referral service through our Job Locator and Development Program.

Available jobs in all of these categories are posted on Student Job Finder. Students hired by on-campus departments will be registered for payroll and will be paid according to the Payroll Schedule, usually bi-weekly. Most on-campus positions start at minimum wage. You must be enrolled at least half-time and be financially cleared for the term to work on campus, as well as meet other eligibility criteria. Key Employment Dates for each term should be observed in order to maintain eligibility status.

Contact Us:

Rendleman Hall, Room 2221
Office Hours: M-F, 8am-4:30pm
Phone: 618-650-2563

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