Where do I find a list of open student
Student worker may be found in the Recruitment section
of the Human Resources Web site.
How often are the positions
Most Student Worker opportunities become available at the beginning
of each semester. It is wise to check the open positions frequently
and apply early for the best chance of securing a position.
Positions are added and removed as they are received and filled.
There is not a specific day or time when the site is refreshed.
To access and complete the Student
- Log onto St. John’s Central with your
User Name and Password.
- Click the secure University Information
System (UIS) link.
- On the Student Information System page, select Student and
- Scroll down to the bottom of the list and select Student
- Click the job posting link to review all open positions.
- You may enter up to 3 different job IDs and continue by
answering the required questions.
- When you have finished, click the Accept button at the bottom
of the form.
A “Guide to Student Employment” brochure is also available by
contacting the Student Employment Coordinator at (718) 990-2331.
This document will be available on line shortly.
What type of prior experience do I
Essentially, no prior work experience is required for student
employment. The available positions are designed to provide our
students with a learning experience to gain basic skills in a
variety of disciplines and compliment the St. John’s academic
Are there different types of student
Yes, there are two types of student employment both of which are
Regular Student Worker
A student who is paid with funds that comes from the employing
department. There are relatively few positions available in this
category and students employed here not eligible for a work study
College Work Study
A student who participates in a federally funded program awarded to
matriculated students, with special emphasis on full-time students
in need as defined by grant specific criteria. Academic progress is
a requirement for continued eligibility.