The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, religion, color, gender or sex orientation, national origin, handicap, age, or veteran status. In all its procedures, Student Employment Services upholds the principle of equal treatment and opportunity for all persons.
In the event that you need or seek assistance with issues of discrimination, please contact Human Resources at 895-3504.
Duties at this level vary from routine and simple in nature to slightly complex, requiring some basic decision making. The employee will receive training or be given general instructions on how to perform assigned duties of the position. Duties will be performed under supervision to insure completeness and accuracy of tasks performed.
Examples of duties:patron assistance, circulation functions, stacks maintenance, filing, answering phones, shelving, copying, and other manual tasks involving light physical effort. Other duties could include basic computer use, reviewing documents for completeness, data entry, and cashiering, simple hardware/software maintenance under supervision, processing of books and materials, and situations requiring similar judgment.
There are no formal performance appraisal forms required by UNLV for student assistants but your supervisor may conduct performance appraisals. It is important that you and your supervisor discuss your performance regularly. The appraisal process allows students and supervisors to discuss strengths and weaknesses and to plan and develop methods to improve overall job effectiveness.
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For additional information and questions contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are thinking about quitting your job at University Libraries, consider transferring to another position in the Libraries first. If you still decide to exit, please talk to your supervisor to cover shifts for which you are scheduled, turn in keys and equipment, etc.
Dismissal of student assistants may be without written notice or warning. Student assistants do not have any opportunities for grievances in these situations.
A sample of reasons why someone may be dismissed include:
In some instances, such as falsifying timesheets, in addition to termination from the Libraries, students may be referred to student employment and the office of Student Conduct. In more serious instances, a student's work study award or enrollment in the university may be in jeopardy.