On-campus employment is a great way to gain work experience and earn money towards the cost of your education. Every year hundreds of students take part in on-campus employment.

Employment opportunities are only for students who have applied for financial aid through TWU’s Financial Aid Office, and have demonstrated financial need.

For all inquiries regarding Student Employment, please contact the Human Resource Coordinator, Cole Nicholson at Cole.Nicholson@twu.ca.

How to Apply for On-campus Employment

Fall & Spring semesters – Application process begins as early as June

  1. Canadian and International students (Except United States): Complete the Need Application for on-campus employment through the Financial Aid and Awards Office.
  2. United States students: Complete the FAFSA to determine eligibility.
  3. The Financial Aid Office will inform you by email if you are eligible for on-campus employment.
  4. Begin your job search on TWU Student Employment Career Centre.
  5. Once you log into your account, click on “On-Campus Student Employment” (located on the right hand side of the screen under ‘Shortcuts’).
  6. Apply for the position(s) you are interested in. You will need to provide a completed Fall/Spring Employment Application and an updated resume. To download the form, click here. Your resume can be completed either in your Career Connect account or can be uploaded from your computer.
  7. Once you have applied for a position, the Human Resources Coordinator, Cole Nicholson, will contact you for an interview if selected.

 Summer semester – Application Process begins in January

  1. Student can begin applying for summer positions beginning in January.
  2. Begin your job search on TWU Student Employment Career Centre.
  3. Once you log into your account, click on “On-Campus Student Employment” (located on the right hand side of the screen under ‘Shortcuts’).
  4. Apply for the position (or positions) you are interested in directly in the job posting. You will need to provide a completed Summer Employment Application and an updated resume. To download the form, click here. Your resume can be completed either in your Career Connect account or can be uploaded from your computer.
  5. Once you have applied for a position, the Human Resources Coordinator, Cole Nicholson, will contact you for an interview if selected.

If there are no available positions posted on Student Employment Career Centre, or no positions that you are interested in, you email your Employment Application and resume directly to Cole.Nicholson@twu.ca. Cole will keep all applications he will receive so he can refer to them later once a suitable position is available. He will interview the student when he receives the application to get insight into positions that may be a good fit in the future.

Once You Have Been Offered a Position:

  1. Cole will send a copy of your Employment Agreement to your supervisor. Meet with your supervisor to sign your Employment Agreement.
  2. Email, call, or stop by the HR Office (Reimer Building, 2nd floor), and schedule an appointment with the Human Resources Coordinator, Cole Nicholson to complete the rest of your paperwork.
  3. Please bring the following to your appointment with Abraham:
  • Signed Employment Agreement
  • Social Insurance Number
  • A ‘void’ cheque or printout from your bank with your banking information
  • Valid study permit (If you are an international student)
  • Your safety is important to us. Cole will give you an Occupational Health and Safety Form to review with you supervisor and return once complete.

Before you start, read through the Student Employment Handbook to prepare for your new job!

 *In order to receive payment for hours you have worked, be sure to register and input your hours into ADP (WorkForceNow) website within 3 days at the end of pay cycle.

At the end of each contract period you are hired for, please complete a Student Employee Evaluation Form with your supervisor.