On-campus student employment job template

To post and on-campus job to Handshake, submit the On-Campus Student Employment Job Template Form.

Student employment job template explanations and examples

Employment template basics
Where to Apply "Apply via Handshake"
Job Title Specific job title for the position
Company Division Select your division (if applicable)
Job Type "On Campus Student Employment"
Employment Type "Part-Time"
Duration "Temporary/Seasonal"
Start Date The date you would like the applicant to begin working
Work Study "No" (while it is work-study, we want to make sure it is open to everyone on campus)
Employment template details

Job Description: Provide a detailed description of the position and your ideal candidate

Example: "The Career Peer Educator position provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to receive training and experience with real-world application. Career Peer Educators gain experience in advising, presenting, networking, leadership, and working independently and within a team. They gain knowledge and access to resources that will aid in their own career exploration and development."

Job Duties/Responsibilities: Provide the scope of the required responsibilities


  • "Offer students assistance with resumes, cover letter writing, and Handshake, and address general questions about the services offered through the Career Action Center"
  • "Promote the Career Action Center, ELCA and career-related events (e.g., workshops, Career & Internship Fairs, Etiquette Dinner, Career Clothing Closet, etc.) through tabling and outreach"
  • "Assist Career Action Center staff with workshop/event planning and additional career-related projects as directed"
Job Roles Select from the drop-down menu
Number of Openings The number of students you would like to hire for the position
Approximate Salary List the hourly pay rate
Job Location Enter the city and state of the job
Required Documents Select the required documents students must submit to apply
Employment template final details
Preferences Optional categories for job description
Schools Has to be “Washington State University”
Apply Start/End Date Enter the date you want to allow students to begin/end applying

Career competencies*

Critical thinking/problem solving

Exercise sound reasoning to analyze issues, make decisions, and overcome problems. The individual is able to obtain, interpret, and use knowledge, facts, and data in this process, and may demonstrate originality and inventiveness.

Oral/written communications

Articulate thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively in written and oral forms to persons inside and outside of the organization. The individual has public speaking skills; is able to express ideas to others; and can write/edit memos, letters, and complex technical reports clearly and effectively.


Build collaborative relationships with colleagues and customers representing diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions, lifestyles, and viewpoints. The individual is able to work within a team structure and can negotiate and manage conflict.

Digital technology

Leverage existing digital technologies ethically and efficiently to solve problems, complete tasks, and accomplish goals. The individual demonstrates effective adaptability to new and emerging technologies.


Leverage the strengths of others to achieve common goals and use interpersonal skills to coach and develop others. The individual is able to assess and manage his/her emotions and those of others; use empathetic skills to guide and motivate; and organize, prioritize, and delegate work.

Professionalism/work ethic

Demonstrate personal accountability and effective work habits, e.g., punctuality, working productively with others, and time workload management, and understand the impact of non-verbal communication on professional work image. The individual demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior, acts responsibly with the interests of the larger community in mind, and is able to learn from his/her mistakes.

Career management

Identify and articulate one's skills, strengths, knowledge, and experiences relevant to the position desired and career goals and identify areas necessary for professional growth. The individual is able to navigate and explore job options, understands and can take the steps necessary to pursue opportunities, and understands how to self-advocate for opportunities in the workplace.

Global/intercultural fluency

Value, respect, and learn from diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, sexual orientations, and religions. The individual demonstrates, openness, inclusiveness, sensitivity, and the ability to interact respectfully with all people and understand individuals’ differences.

*Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)