On Campus Student Employment
The Wasserman Center for Career Development Student Employment Office services all students matriculating in a degree program that are interested in working On-Campus while they study. Students interested in securing On-Campus Employment should continue reading below. Scroll over and click on the dark green area in our Virtual
Tour to locate the Student Employment
Office desk within the Wasserman Center.
Watch a quick video!
|Student Employment Hours*|
|Mon, Fri: 9am - 5pm||Tue, Wed, Thu: 9am -7pm|
*Please be sure to check our Hours of Operation for information on holiday hours.
Searching for an On-Campus Job?
It is not too late, NYU departments continue to hire students. If you are currently job hunting for an on-campus position, the Wasserman Center can assist. Have you developed a quality resume and cover letter (one-page each) that describes your skills and experiences? Do your skills match the position's requirements? How would you assess your interviewing skills? Although the search for on-campus jobs can be very competitive, an attractive alternative for many students is to also search for off-campus positions, including part-time jobs with local businesses and employers. Broadening your search should increase your opportunities for securing employment.
To help you with your career-related and job-seeking efforts, please review the information on this page, and watch our brief video regarding searching for a part time job. In addition, the Wasserman Center offers seminars on resumes and cover letters, interviewing tips, and job search strategies, among many other topics. If you need assistance in any of these areas, you can also schedule a career counseling appointment via your NYU CareerNet account or by calling our center at 212 998-4730.
We look forward to working with you. Please know that we are here to assist you in any way we can throughout your NYU career.
Register to Work On-Campus
As of 08/27/2012, the On-Campus Employment forms and instructions will be available in the Albert Student Center Portal. To visit the portal, please click here.
Similar to jobs and internships, professional behavior is expected for all on-campus positions. A successful employee is reliable, listens carefully, works diligently, and ensures that all sensitive information is kept confidential. Confidential information regarding students, alumni, employees, parents, and all departmental activities and correspondence should not be shared with NYU students or the community. In addition, NYU supervisors expect that all student employees work well with others, make contributions to the department, and maintain a positive attitude.
For further assistance, please contact us
NYU myTime is a University-wide, web-based timekeeping system that will provide NYU with a system for tracking time worked, time off balances, and work study balances (if applicable). It provides administrators, staff, and hourly student employees with online access to vacation, sick and personal time balances. You should follow the clock in / out procedures designated by the school / unit in which you work.
For additional information about myTime including FAQs, training, schedules, etc. please visit the myTime website at http://nyu.edu/mytime. The school/unit in which you work will also provide more information about the implementation of the system in the coming months.
Download the myTime Instruction Sheet
New York Wage Theft Prevention Act
Effective 4/9/11, the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act amends and strengthens Section 195 of the Labor Law. Upon hire, all student employees will receive and sign a notice from the NYU hiring department. This notice will include employer information, the employee's rate of pay, frequency of pay, and overtime pay rate.