The Student Employment Office provides support to the entire campus and community throughout the hiring process of student employees.
Working a part-time job on or off campus enables students to apply knowledge being learned in the classroom and strengthens their skills for future employment. Students who work while going to school have an opportunity to help pay educational costs and gain valuable experience and skills to enhance their career goals. The networking and contacts gained during this time will prove helpful when they need professional references upon graduation. FACT: 75% of all U.S. college undergraduate students work part-time.
The Student Employment Office maintains an online job database, to help ECU students connect with part-time job opportunities, both on and off campus. To apply for these job listings you must be a current ECU student with a valid Banner ID. For instructions on how to search jobs, click here. To search job listing, click here.
All ECU student employees are required to provide valid employment verification documents (examples of the most commonly used documents are drivers license and social security card, or passport) when completing an I-9 form on or before their first day of work. Failure to provide this documentation in a timely manner may delay the student’s payroll process. To view a complete list of acceptable documents for employment verification purposes, click here.
Employers (Not Affiliated with ECU)
Welcome to the Student Employment office! We’re excited you are interested in hiring ECU students. Our office is responsible for coordinating a variety of part-time employment related functions depending on the classification of your organization.
To post your positions at ECU, please complete the Jobs Posting Request Form, click here.
ECU Departments (Mandatory Campus Job Postings)
It is mandatory for all self help and work study student job openings to be posted with the Student Employment Office. Each job posting will receive a unique job number. That job number must be placed on the EPAF in the comments section. Student EPAFs will not be approved without a job number.
To post your position, please complete the Jobs Posting Request Form, click here.
Need assistance? Please contact the Student Employment Office at email@example.com or by calling 252-737-4473.