As a new student employee, we will guide you in the initial steps of getting ready to work your first shift on campus. The following explains important information for student employees. Take a few moments and read through the summary and corresponding attachments. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Kiersten Bixby, HR Coordinator at 773-244-5275.Our office is located at Old Main Building 3rd floor. We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am-4:30 pm.
- HR Personnel Paperwork
This is a very important step in the process as we will not be able to set you up in payroll until all of these forms are completed. When returning the forms, you must present the proper identification. The most common identification(s) provided are a current Passport OR current Driver's License AND social security card or birth certificate. The identifications shown must be originals and not photocopies. If you have any specific questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our office.
Please complete the following forms:
- Pay Schedule
- Sick Leave
- Employee Handbook
Our Employee Handbookis designed to be a useful guide to help you understand key policies as well as your privileges and obligations as a North Park Employee. The handbook is not intended to create a contract of employment nor is it an all-inclusive description of all policies, procedures, and benefits program. North park may from time to time amend, delete, or supplement any of its policies and procedures. When possible reasonable notice will be given of changes to policies, procedures, or benefit programs, but failure to give notice will not affect the validity of the change. Employment is at the will of the employee and North Park University. This means that you may quit at any time with or without notice and North Park University may terminate your employment at any time with or without notice. There is no promise that employment will continue for a set period of time, nor is there any promise that your employment will be terminate only under particular circumstances. No one has the authority to make representations inconsistent with this policy. The current published handbook supersedes any and all other oral, written, or implied provisions, descriptions, or understanding of North Park’s policies, rules, procedures, or benefits, except as specifically indicated in the handbook.
4. Safe Community
We are committed to the safety and well-being of students, faculty and staff. North Park is prepared to communicate with students and other constituents through a variety of channels in the event of an emergency. Learn more of the procedural guidelines for acting and reporting possible emergency situations at Campus Security.
5. Equal Opportunity and Title IX Training
North Park is committed to providing and maintaining a welcoming environment, and will not tolerate discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or any form of intimidation by any person in any form directed against students, faculty, or staff of the institution. To assure that its commitment is met, North Park has adopted a Policy Against Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation.