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Work-Study Supervisor Training 1 2 Topics Program Overview How to Hire Work-Study Students

3 4 Policies & Procedures Job-X Website What is Work-Study? 1 Program Overview

Work-study is a program that allows eligible students to earn money toward their educational expenses by working at one of the NOVA Campuses. Work-study students assist with daily operations at the college and other projects. Students are supervised by current NOVA employees who have agreed to serve as work-study supervisors. Coordination of the Work-Study Program There are 1-2 Campus Work-Study Coordinators on each campus who oversee the work-study program on their campus.

Campus Work-Study Coordinators: Work in the Campus Financial Aid Office. Serve as the primary contact for students and supervisors to answer work-study questions. Advertise the work-study program and help recruit work-study students. Disseminate work-study information throughout the year to supervisors and students. Keep track of the current status of all work-study students on their campus. Monitor their campus work-study funding levels. Determine work-study eligibility and request work-study awards for eligible students. Assist students with completing the work-study employment paperwork. Assist supervisors with using the Job-X website to hire new work-study students. Collect and review all work-study employment documents from students and supervisors. Meet Your Campus Work-Study Coordinator

Coordination of the Work-Study Program There is also one CFAO Work-Study Coordinator who manages the oversight of the entire workstudy program at NOVA. CFAO Work-Study Coordinator: Works in the College Financial Aid Office. Ensures that the program is in compliance with federal and institutional regulations. Develops and implements work-study policies and procedures. Sends work-study information to students and Campus Work-Study Coordinators. Provides training to Campus Work-Study Coordinators and supervisors as necessary. Manages and reconciles the college-wide work-study program budgets. Verifies student eligibility and certifies all work-study awards. Reviews Work-Study Agreements and employment documents before sending them to HR. Notifies students, supervisors, and Campus Work-Study Coordinators if and when a students Work-Study Agreement is approved by the College Financial Aid Office. Coordinates the America Reads Tutoring Program.

Serves as the Campus Work-Study Coordinator for College Staff in Pitney Bowes, Brault, & Fairfax. Benefits of the Work-Study Program for Students On-campus job Flexible schedule Enhance employment skills Earn money toward educational expenses Gain experience related to their academic and/or career goals. Potentially obtain a reference from their supervisor. Federal work-study earnings do not reduce future aid eligibility. Benefits of the Work-Study Program for NOVA Supervisors

Extra Help in Your Office!!! Earnings are paid from the Work-Study Budget (Not from your Department Budget) As long as the student remains eligible and If their earnings do not exceed their work-study award. Three Types of Work-Study Federal Work-Study NVCC Work-Study International Work-Study Federal Work-Study (FWS)

FWS is a form of need-based federal financial aid. About 95% of all work-study jobs at NOVA are FWS jobs. The FWS program budget for 2014-15 is $1,050,000. 160000 12000 95000 255000 45000 92000

126000 265000 14-15 FWS Campus Allocations Unspent funds are reallocated to other campuses. Federal Work-Study (FWS) To be eligible for a FWS award, students must: 1) 2) 3)

4) 5) 6) 7) Complete the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov. Submit any items that may be on their MyNOVA To Do List. Qualify for federal financial aid. Have remaining financial need demonstrated through their FAFSA. Be enrolled in at least 6 credits during the semester they want to work. Meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements. Be US citizens or eligible non-citizens (i.e. permanent residents, or students with an I-94 that show Asylum or Refugee status). If students meets these requirements, but were not offered a FWS award

then they may contact their Campus Work-Study Coordinator to confirm if they are eligible and to request a FWS award if funding is available. NVCC Work-Study The NVCC Work-Study program is funded by the college. About 3% of all work-study jobs at NOVA are NVCC Work-Study jobs. The NVCC Work-Study budget for 2014-15 is $40,000. $4,500 $9,000 $2,000 $2,500

$4,000 $6,500 $11,500 14-15 NVCC Work-Study Campus Allocations NVCC Work-Study To be eligible for NVCC Work-Study, students must: 1) Be enrolled in at least 6 credits during the semester they want to work. 2) Meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements. 3) Be eligible to work in the US.

NVCC Work-Study is open to US citizens, permanent residents, students with an I-94 that show Asylum or Refugee status, and F1 students. * There is no financial need requirement for NVCC Work-Study. If students meet these requirements, they may contact their Campus Work-Study Coordinator to request a NVCC Work-Study award if funding is available. International Work-Study The International Work-Study program is funded by the college. About 2% of all work-study jobs are International Work-Study jobs. The International Work-Study budget for 2014-15 is $25,000. International Work-Study positions are filled college-wide

on a first-come, first-served basis depending on when a completed employment packet is received. International Work-Study To be eligible for International Work-Study, students must: 1) Be enrolled in at least 6 credits during the semester they want to work. (12 credits are generally required each semester for their F1 visa) 2) Meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements. 3) Be F1 students who are eligible to work on campus (confirmed by OISS or Campus DSO). 4) Have experienced a financial hardship as certified by the Office of International Student Services (OISS). If a F1 student has experienced a financial hardship they should first contact their Campus Work-Study Coordinator to determine if International Work-Study funding is available.

If funding is available, they should email the OISS Coordinator, Steve Bennett, to explain their situation. If Steve confirms their financial hardship he will notify the CFAO Work-Study Coordinator and the student can then proceed with the hiring process. Work-Study Program Overview Awards generally range from $1,000 - $2,000 per semester. The amount of the award is posted on MyNOVA and listed on the Work-Study Agreement. All first-year work-study students are paid $10 per hour. After at least two full semesters of participation in the program, students can be paid $11 per hour. Pay increases are only done at the beginning of the fall semester. Work-Study Agreements (NVCC Form 125-175) are usually done for fallspring with a separate agreement for summer (if eligible).

Summer awards are separated into Summer 1 and Summer 2. Supervisors and students are informed of the dates students are allowed to work each semester (if the student remains eligible). Students must stop working immediately if they become ineligible. The Hiring Process 2 How to Hire Work-Study Students 1) The student must be eligible for work-study and have a workstudy award posted on MyNOVA. Students should contact their

Campus Work-Study Coordinator if they think theyre eligible, but have not been offered a work-study award. 2) Supervisors can re-hire former work-study students if they are still eligible or recruit new work-study students by posting position(s) on the Job-X website. Only students with workstudy awards on MyNOVA can submit an application on Job-X. 3) Supervisors interview work-study candidates and determine who they want to hire. 4) Supervisors complete Section B of the Work-Study Agreement (NVCC Form 125-175) with the student they want to hire. This form must then be submitted to the Campus Work-Study Coordinator. New work-study students who have not participated in the program within the last 12 months must also submit the work-study employment packet to their Campus Work-Study Coordinator. A new I-9 form is

required if there has been more than a 30-day break in the students employment. The Hiring Process (continued) 2 How to Hire Work-Study Students 5) The supervisor hires the student through the Job-X website if the student has not previously worked in the supervisors office. 6) The Campus Work-Study Coordinator will review the

employment documents, update placement records and forward the documents to the CFAO Work-Study Coordinator. 7) The CFAO Work-Study Coordinator will determine if the workstudy award can be certified, update budget records and forward the employment documents to Human Resources. 8) The CFAO Work-Study Coordinator will email the student, supervisor, and Campus Work-Study Coordinator an approved copy of the Work-Study Agreement if the students work-study employment is approved by the College Financial Aid Office. 9) The student may then begin working as stated in the email confirmation from the CFAO if he/she remains enrolled in at least 6 credits and if the students employment is approved by Human Resources. The Hiring Process (continued)

2 How to Hire Work-Study Students 10) If the students employment is approved by Human Resources then the employment documents are sent to the Payroll Office and HR will email the supervisor to confirm that the student is approved to work. Supervisors should email [email protected] if they have not received an email from HR confirming that the students employment has been approved within two weeks after receiving

the email confirmation from the College Financial Aid Office. 11) The IT Help Desk will send the supervisor an email that contains the students new NVCC LAN account and employee email. This email should be shared with the student and the student should call the IT Help Desk at (703) 426-4141 if the student needs assistance with their new LAN account. The student must also complete MOAT IT security training within 30 days and annually thereafter. 12) The supervisor may submit a 105-45 at www.nvcc.edu/forms if the student needs additional access to AIS, SIS, a phone, etc. Summary of the Hiring Process Reminders

All Work-Study Agreements and other work-study employment documents must be submitted by the student to the Campus Work-Study Coordinator. Supervisors and students should contact their Campus Work-Study Coordinator if they have any questions about the work-study program or the hiring process. Students should never be allowed to start working before their employment is approved by the College Financial Aid Office and the Human Resources Department. Review the Work-Study Employment Packet The Work-Study Employment Packet is available at www.nvcc.edu/workstudy. All new work-study students who have not participated in the program within the last 12 months must complete a new employment packet.

If a student is being re-hired after more than a 30-day break in employment then a new I-9 form and a new work-study agreement is required. Please use the Employment Packet Checklist. Reminder: The I-9 Form should only be completed by the Campus Work-Study Coordinators. Supervisors only need to complete the Work-Study Agreement. The first day of employment listed in Section 2 of the I-9 form must be the first day of the next work-study pay period (or the first day of the following pay period if it is less than a week away). Policies and Procedures 3

Policies & Procedures The Work-Study Program policies and procedures have been developed to: 1) Ensure that the program is in compliance with both federal and institutional regulations. 2) To facilitate the coordination of the program. 3) Make all processes as streamlined as possible for all parties involved. Work-Study Program Policies Most of the programs policies are listed on the Work-Study Agreement (NVCC Form 125-175).

Additional information is available at www.nvcc.edu/workstudy. Updates and reminders are emailed to students and supervisors throughout the year. Ask your Campus Work-Study Coordinator if you have any questions. Work-Study Agreement Policies Before students can start working each semester they must: 1) Have an accepted work-study award posted on MyNOVA. 2) Be enrolled in at least 6 credits for the current semester. 3) Wait until the first day students are allowed to work (if approved before the semester begins). 4) The supervisor must have received an approved copy of

the Work-Study Agreement from the CFAO for the applicable semester(s). 5) The students employment must be approved by Human Resources. The supervisor will receive an email from HR confirming when the students employment is approved. Work-Study Agreement Policies Students must stop working if any of the following occur: 1) 2) 3) 4) Their enrollment drops below 6 credits.

They fail to meet the SAP requirements. They have earned their full work-study award for the semester. They are notified by the Financial Aid Office or their supervisor that they must stop working. 5) If summer work-study students earn their full Summer 1 award before the end of June they must stop working. Any unearned portion of Summer 1 and Summer 2 work-study awards can be earned in July until the last day of summer final exams. Work-Study Agreement Policies 6) All work-study students must stop working on the last day of final exams of the semester they were approved to work. The only exception is for students who were approved for a

fall/spring work-study award. These students may continue working until the last day of spring semester final exams if they remain enrolled in at least 6 credits during the spring semester and continue to meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirements. Work-Study Agreement Policies Students cannot earn more than their fall semester work-study award during the fall semester. Any remaining portion of a fall/spring work-study award can be earned during the spring semester. A new Work-Study Agreement must be submitted and approved in order for the student to participate in the summer work-study program.

A new Work-Study Agreement is also required whenever the students supervisor changes. Work-Study Agreement Policies A supervisors department budget can be charged if: 1) The students earnings exceed the students approved workstudy award for the applicable semester. 2) The supervisor allows the student to start working before the student is eligible to start working. 3) The supervisor allows the student to continue working after the student is no longer eligible to work, including after the Work-Study Agreement ends. 4) The students enrollment drops below 6 credits and the student continues working after the student and supervisor are notified that the student must stop working.

Work-Study Agreement General Policies All work must occur on NOVA premises. Work hours cannot conflict with class time. Students must clock out for personal time, to eat, or to study.

Students cannot work from home or in any other instance they cannot be supervised. A student cannot have any other paid position at NOVA while participating in the work-study program. Students may not work more than 20 hours per week. All work-study awards are contingent on the students continued eligibility, funding, and approval by HR and the CFAO. An offered work-study award is no guarantee that the student will be approved to work (funding may become exhausted before the student is approved to work, the students eligibility may change, the student may not find a supervisor who wants to hire him, etc.) Work-Study Agreement General Policies Job-X must be used to hire new work-study students and

students who are transferring from another department. Students should submit their hours in HRMS at the end of each day they work per the Human Resources Department. If the supervisor approves the timesheet after the date due in payroll then the student will not be paid until the next pay-date. Supervisors must immediately notify the Campus Work-Study Coordinator if a student stops working for any reason. Supervisors must submit a 105-94 form and a 125-300 form to the Campus Work-Study Coordinator if they wish to convert a work-study student to a student-hire. A P-14 position description is also required if they wish convert the work-study student to a P-14. Supervisor Responsibilities

Be a good supervisor! Abide by and enforce the work-study program policies. Treat all students fairly and remember that school is the students first priority, but students cannot be paid to study. Interview work-study candidates and determine who you want to hire. Agree upon a work-schedule and set clear expectations for the student up-front. Complete Section B of the Work-Study Agreement and have the student return it to the Campus Work-Study Coordinator along with their employment packet. Provide training, feedback, and enough work to keep the student busy. Keep track of your work-study students earnings! Keep a log of all the hours approved. Make sure students do not earn more than their work-study award and that they stop working when theyre required to. Approve the students timesheet in HRMS by the date due in payroll. Do not allow students to work more than 20 hours per week.

Submit a 105-45 if your student needs additional IT access. Notify your Campus Work-Study Coordinator if a student stopped working. Complete a performance evaluation of the student at the end of each semester. Let your Campus Work-Study Coordinator know if you have any questions or concerns! Addressing Performance Issues Set clear expectations up front and train your work-study students. Provide on-going coaching and constructive feedback. If performance issues do not improve, supervisors have the following options: Give a verbal warning. a) Explain the constructive purpose of your feedback to the student. b) Discuss the specific behavior you observed.

c) Provide suggestions for improvement and agree on a solution. Give a formal written warning. Keep this form for your records. Terminate the student. Notify your Campus Work-Study Coordinator via email or by submitting the Termination Form. You may also submit any written warning forms at that time. The written warning and termination forms are available at https:// nvcc.studentemployment.ngwebsolutions.com/CMX_Content.aspx?cpid=9.

When are Work-Study Placements Made? Most fall/spring work-study placements are made in July, August, and early September. Spring placements are usually made in January if funding becomes available. This can occur if other students who were previously placed for fall/spring become ineligible to continue working in the spring. Most summer work-study placements are made in April and early May. Placements can be made at other times throughout the year if funding is available. Your Campus Work-Study Coordinator can let you know if funding is still available at your campus. Transferring to a Different Department

Once students have accepted a work-study job they are expected to remain at that job-site for the duration of their Work-Study Agreement. Reassignment to another department before the Work-Study Agreement has ended will only be considered in extenuating circumstances and approval will be at the discretion of the Financial Aid Office. Students should submit a written statement explaining the extenuating circumstances and a new Work-Study Agreement to their Campus Work-Study Coordinator to request a transfer to a different department. Student Rights & Responsibilities

See the Work-Study Student Rights and Responsibilities Form. Its part of the work-study employment packet. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Supervisors must train students about FERPA and enforce the FERPA policy. See the FERPA Non-Disclosure Agreement in the employment packet. The unauthorized disclosure of student records is prohibited. Submitting Timesheets in HRMS

Video Tutorial How students submit work-study timesheets in HRMS. Students obtain access to HRMS when their work-study employment packet is approved by Human Resources and their basic LAN account is created by the IT Help Desk. Students should submit their hours in HRMS at the end of each day they work. Approving Timesheets in HRMS Video Tutorial How managers approve work-study timesheets in HRMS. Get your Dynamic Group ID number to approve timesheets in a cinch. The student should be added to the supervisors HRMS when Human Resources processes the Work-Study employment documents. New supervisors must submit a 105-45 to get access to the Manager Self Service screens in HRMS. If necessary, supervisors can email [email protected]

in order to get timesheets approved before they obtain access to HRMS. Supervisors must approve timesheets by the Date Due in Payroll as noted on the Payroll Working Calendar or the students pay will be delayed. What is Job-X? Job-X is the website that is used to post on-campus work-study positions. 4 Job-X Website It is a job management system that is used to recruit, hire, and reject

applicants. Using Job-X Job-X must be used to recruit and hire any work-study student who has not previously worked in the supervisors office. New work-study supervisors will need to request a login to be able to use Job-X. Supervisors can post work-study positions on the Job-X website after their initial login request is approved by the CFAO Work-Study Coordinator. The 5-digit Job ID from the position description in Job-X must be provided on the work-study agreement. Job-X On-Campus Employer Home Page

https://nvcc.studentemployment.ngwebsolutions.com/Cmx_Content.aspx?cpId=11 Job-X Database of Available Work-Study Jobs https://nvcc.studentemployment.ngwebsolutions.com/JobX_FindAJob.aspx Students may apply for the On-Campus Work-Study positions. How do Supervisors Use Job-X? Please review the Employer Training Presentation and the Users Guide [Jobs] On the On-Campus Employer Home Page. Please let your Campus Work-Study Coordinator

know if you have any questions! QUESTIONS?

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