To apply for student employment at Nova Southeastern University, you must complete the following steps:
Important: If you are interested in the Federal-Work Study Program, including the America Reads/America Counts and Job Location and Development (JLD) Programs, you must also complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) prior to completing the steps above.
If you are an international student and need to apply for a U.S. Social Security card, please see Applying for a U.S. Social Security Card for Employment.
*Providing the employer with a copy of your current resume is always highly recommended. For assistance in developing a resume, visit our Career Development website.
All first-time student employment applicants are required to complete the Student Employment Workshop which explains all the important steps in the application process, your responsibilities as a student employee, and compensation. Students must self-enroll and complete the workshop before they can complete an employment application in JobX.
If you previously held a student employment position at NSU and you have completed the Student Employment Workshop in Canvas, you DO NOT need to complete another Student Employment Workshop. If you would like to apply for other positions, log in to SharkLink and apply for additional positions through JobX.
After successfully completing the Student Employment Workshop, you will be able to access JobX. You must meet the following requirements in order to be eligible to apply:
When offered the position, the hiring supervisor will contact you if additional information is required, for example, completing an electronic Form I-9. You will need to submit all documents to the hiring supervisor. You will also receive an email from the Office of Human Resources with instructions on how to submit your W-4. If you are interested in setting up direct deposit, please follow the instructions on our Student Employment Paycheck Information page.
If you are an international student, and need to apply for U.S. Social Security card, see Applying for a U.S. Social Security Card for Employment.
For questions, email Student Employment.