If your financial aid package includes eligibility for the Federal College Work Study program, please review the procedures below.  Before you are eligible to start working, you must complete the appropriate steps.  Below  you will find information about how to obtain a job and the required paperwork that you must complete to be eligible to work.

Finding a Job:

Job descriptions for work study positions are posted in early September on CareerSaint. All Siena College students will automatically receive a logon to CareerSaint at the end of August. To log into CareerSaint or to view instructions on the system, please visit the CareerSaint webpage.

Required Paperwork if you Have Not Worked on Campus:

If you have never worked on campus, you will need to complete the following documents prior to your first day of work. Once you have been hired by your supervisor, the following forms must be completed and returned to McGuire Hall.

  1. Form W-4 Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate, IT-2104 NYS withholding form and Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification. To complete the Form I-9, you will need to present original, unexpired documents that establish identity and employment eligibility. A list of acceptable documents can be found on page 3.
  2. Your Authorization Form must be signed by you and your hiring supervisor. For questions, please contact Joe Kelly at jkelly2@siena.edu.
  3. Student Employment Payroll Form, which is provided by your supervisor and must be signed by you and your supervisor.
  4. Notice and Acknowledgment of Pay Rate and Payday, which is provided by your supervisor and signed by you.

Required Paperwork if you Have Worked on Campus:

If you have previously worked on campus, you will need to complete the following documents prior to your first day of work. Once you have been hired by your supervisor, the following forms must be completed and returned to McGuire Hall.

  1. Your Authorization Form (this was emailed to you by jkelly2@siena.edu) must be signed by you and your hiring supervisor.
  2. Student Employment Payroll Form, which is provided by your supervisor and must be signed by you and your supervisor.
  3. Notice and Acknowledgment of Pay Rate and Payday, which is provided by your supervisor and signed by you.

All students earn $11.10 per hour and are paid on a bi-weekly schedule.  Please contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions.