On-Campus Federal Work-Study (FWS) jobs are available at CSUSB. FWS students provide a valuable contribution to CSUSB in the services they perform. Students will be placed in various departments throughout the campus. In return for their services, students are paid an hourly wage. In the State of California, student workers must be paid the current minimum hourly wage rate of $14/hr. The maximum hours a FWS student may work is 20 hours per week.
FWS students should approach their assignment with a sense of responsibility that would be expected in any job. Students employed in areas that handle student records must adhere to the Privacy Act of 1974.
Hiring Instructions for On Campus Placement
Step 1: Students are required to complete and pass the on-line tutorial prior to completing the hiring process.
- Register for the tutorial at: https://www.csusb.edu/its/training/register
Step 2: View FWS job listings at CareerLaunch.
Step 3: Contact prospective employer to arrange an interview.
Note: If selected for a FWS job, some positions require a complete a background check prior to employment
Step 4: The supervisor will initiate the request to hire a FWS student
Step 5: The student will receive the hiring forms via adobe sign to begin the hiring process. Students will need to provide the names and emails of their supervisor and administrator to complete the process. The hiring forms include the following:
- FWS Work-Authorization
- FWS Terms of Employment
- FWS Routing Slip
Students participating in the ISA program will also receive the following hiring forms:
- ISA Contract Letter
- Description of Duties Form
After the student completes and signs the FWS hiring forms they will be forward to the supervisor and administrator for approval. Students will receive a copy of the FWS Routing Slip that will serve as confirmation that the hiring process has been completed. Students may not begin working until they receive the stamped routing slip from Student Employment.
New FWS hires will be contacted by Student Employment to submit additional hiring forms to confirm their eligibility to work.
- Un-laminated social security card
- State driver's license, ID or Coyote One Card
- Confidentiality Access and Compliance Form