Work Study Program
TO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT
I understand that I have the following responsibilities as a
student employee at Selkirk College:
1. I will be enrolled in a program and attending classes
during the dates outlined on my Temporary Employment
Contact (TEC). If I stop attending school I will no longer
be considered a student and my employment contract will
2. I must arrange a suitable work schedule with my supervisor
and maintain that schedule.
3. I will not exceed a 10-hour work week (inclusive of all jobs
working on campus) during the academic semesters.
4. As a student employee, I am not eligible to work overtime.
5. I am responsible for completing and adhering to the
Student Employment Agreement for each position I hold on
6. I understand that it is my responsibility to maintain an
accurate record of my time worked.
7. I will submit my hours worked in adherence to payroll
deadline dates so that I will be paid accurately and timely
according to the College’s payroll schedule.
8. Before I begin working: I understand that the following
documents have been submitted and approved by Financial
Aid on or before my rst day of work:
a. Student Employment Agreement
b. Temporary Employment Contract (TEC)
c. TD1 – Federal Personal Tax Credits Return
d. TD1 BC – British Columbia Personal
Tax Credits Return
e. Ocial direct deposit documentation from your
Financial Institution or void blank cheque.
9. Before I begin working: I must complete the Employee
Health & Safety orientation:
a. New Worker Health & Safety Online Orientation
b. Site Specic Safety Orientation Checklist
(completed by Supervisor and student).
“Condential Information” means information disclosed to, used
by, developed by, or made known to the Employee in the course
of the Employee’s employment with the College which is not
generally known by persons outside the College’s organization
including, but not limited to:
1. Information (printed, electronic or otherwise) pertaining
to the College’s past, present, future and contemplated
students, employees, assets, operations, practices,
methods, facilities, equipment, data, technology, research,
marketing methods or strategies, nances, inventions,
routines, policies, and procedures; and
2. The College’s intellectual property, as dened in the
a. The Employee acknowledges that the Employee
shall have access to and be entrusted with
Condential Information in the course of the
Employee’s employment or practicum with the
College, and that the College’s business would
be irreparably harmed if such Condential
Information were disclosed to, or used by, any
person outside the College.
b. The Employee acknowledges and agrees that
the right to maintain the absolute secrecy of its
Condential Information is a proprietary right the
College is entitled to protect.
c. Selkirk College is governed by the
Freedom of Information and Protection of
Privacy Act of British Columbia. All employees
with access to personal information (student,
employee, contract) records are responsible for
maintaining the integrity and the condentiality
of those records.
Financial Aid & Awards
FinancialAid@selkirk.ca 1.888.953.1133 250.365.1295
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