Work on campus during the school year! Selkirk College's Work Study Program offers an opportunity for students to work part-time on campus. Check out our Work Study Job Board and apply for positions that interest you.
How to Access Job Postings
You will simply Login using your Selkirk College email and password.
Select 'Work Study' tab on the 'Job Postings' page.
Search jobs and follow application instructions in the posting.
Frequently Asked Questions
When and how much will I be paid?
A timesheet schedule can be found in the link below. It is your responsibility to submit your hours through Unit4 online portal every two weeks according to the payroll schedule. Students are paid through direct deposit on a bi-weekly schedule. Please note: it will take a few days for your profile to be created in Unit4 after completing the employee orientation.
If you have any questions regarding your pay contact the Payroll department at 250.365.1330.
Students will be paid the established work study rate identified on the position’s posting plus 4% vacation pay.
I cannot log in to Unit4. What am I doing wrong?
Once you have completed the employee orientation, it will still take a few days for your profile to be created in Unit4. If you are still encountering problems, please check our resource link or contact IT Services for support.
What is the duration of the Work Study program?
Last day of exams is the last day for work study each semester
Exact start dates for each position will be identified by your supervisor
Who should I contact if I have any questions of concerns about the program?
Can I apply if I am an international or exchange student?
How many hours can I work as a work study student?
What are my responsibilities in a work study position?
Work study students make an important contribution to the operation of the College. Within their working units they serve as a member of a team and perform needed functions. Thus, acceptance of any work study position should be considered a sincere commitment. With this commitment supervisors can reasonably expect students to:
Maintain enrolment and satisfactory academic progress. Notify your supervisor immediately if your enrolment status changes.
Report to work on time and perform assigned duties in a satisfactory manner.
Notify the supervisor of necessary work schedule changes. Projects and examinations sometimes necessitate adjustments.
Follow all Selkirk College policies and departmental rules as identified by your supervisor. In addition it is all student’s responsibility to be aware of the Selkirk College Student Code of Conduct (Policy 3400).
Submit correct payroll information to the supervisor in accordance with the Timesheet due date schedule.
What about holidays and overtime?
Work Study students will not be scheduled on statutory holidays or be scheduled to work overtime.
How does this factor into my income tax?
Each year, by February 28, Selkirk College will mail out T4 slips for income tax purposes. If your address changes, please insure that the Payroll department has your updated information.
Workstudy Students need to complete their TD1 and TD1BC as part of the Workstudy Orientation. We have provided an example TD1 and example TD1 BC to assist. Please note this is a bisic example with only the manditory fields completed. Everyones TD1 and TD1 BC will vary. If you are having trouble completing your forms, please contact the Workstudy Office.