Student Employment Office for On-Campus Jobs
Each year over 2,600 Creighton students help meet their educational expenses by working here at Creighton, both through the Federal Work Study program and University funded employment.
Student employees serve in a wide variety of positions from intramural referees at soccer games to research assistants in Health Sciences labs. The person who answers the phone when you call a campus department is often a Creighton student. The friendly face you see when approaching a receptionist’s desk is often a student worker. They escort you to your car when it’s late at night, watch over your toddler in the Child Care Center, put your library books back on the shelves, sort your mail and monitor the safety cameras in the parking lots. They file your chart when you are seeking treatment in the Dental Clinic or the Medical Center. And don’t forget, that personality behind Billy Bluejay is a student worker.
Xuchyll Ann Roman is the Student Employee of the Year
Xuchyull Ann Roman is this year's Student Employee of the Year. She works in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Congratulations to Xuchyll and all the nominees for this recognition.
Read her nominating supervisor's comments about what makes her so special.
What employers are looking for. . .
What skills and qualities are employers seeking in the graduates they’re recruiting from the Class of 2013? Above all, they’re looking to hire candidates with outstanding communication skills and who are team players, according to results of NACE’s Job Outlook 2013 survey.
Here are the top 10 candidate skills/qualities :
- Ability to verbally communicate with persons inside and outside the organization
- Ability to work in a team structure
- Ability to make decisions and solve problems
- Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work
- Ability to obtain and process information
- Ability to analyze quantitative data
- Technical knowledge related to the job
- Proficiency with computer software programs
- Ability to create and/or edit written reports
- Ability to sell or influence others
Federal I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification form
At time of hire, students will need to present, in person, original documents that prove identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
- Students being hired by CU departments will complete their I-9 in the Human Resources Office, located on the corner of 23rd and Burt St. west of Public Safety.
- Federal Work Study students will complete their I-9 in the Student Employment Office, Harper Center rm 2054.
2500 California Plaza, Omaha Ne 68178-0062. Harper Center rm 2054
402 280 2457 800 282 5835 fax: 402 280 2895
HR Self Service down for a few days
Beginning Thursday, March 21 at 5:00 p.m. access to the Employee Self Service system will be unavailable until Monday, March 25. During this time you will not be able to log into the system via the My.Creighton portal or the Human Resources website to view your pay slips, update information, etc.. Please make plans to access this system before 5pm, March 21, if you anticipate needing W-2 or pay information.
When the system comes back up on the 25th you will need to sign in again as a first time user. Follow instructions on the HR SS site.
- VIEW YOUR PAYSTUBS ON-LINE New feature! Your pay stubs, W4 tax withholding forms and end of the year W2 earnings statements can be viewed on line through CU Human Resouces self service.
- The Work Number - Creighton uses this Web-based employment / salary verification system. Use it when you need to provide verification of your Creighton employment for a job application, a credit card, apartment lease,etc.
- Creighton Payroll Office Questions about student paychecks, taxes, direct deposit, and W2 and W4 tax forms. 402-280-4017
- Financial Aid Questions about your financial aid eligibility and how to apply for aid.
- Creighton Career Center Information about off campus jobs for CU students, including part time, full time, summer and internships.