Student employees must complete tax forms (W-4 Withholding Allowance Certificates) and proof of work eligibility (I-9) before beginning work as an Albion College Student Employee.
You may print the required forms from the following link(s) but you must turn them in personally (bringing the required documation) in the Human Resources Office which is located at 1003 Cass Street (same building as Campus Safety.
Employee Withholding Allowance Certificates
Federal W-4 Form
Michigan W-4 Form
City of Albion W-4 Form
It is your responsibility to decide how you want to complete the W-4 Form and withhold taxes. You may wish to speak with whoever does your taxes in order to best determine how much you would expect to owe and how much you would therefore want to have withheld from your paychecks. Please use your permanent address when completing all tax forms.
The U.S. government has strict requirements about the acceptability of documents for establishing work eligibility that vary with each person's circumstance. For U.S. citizens, the most common documentation provided is either a U.S. passport or the combination of a driver's license and a social security card.These must be the original document or a certified copy, photocopies are not acceptable. Please use your permanent address when completing your I-9 form.
I-9.pdf Eligibility Form (print and return both pages 7 & 8)
List of Acceptable Documents
Completing the form is only the first step, you will then need to report in person to HR staff with your ORIGINAL document(s) that prove you can legally work in the US. International students should report to the Human Resources Office to complete this form. Failure to present your documents BEFORE your first day of work will result in suspension and/or termination from your position.
Direct Deposit Authorization
Students are encouraged to have their paycheck deposited directly into their savings or checking account. This allows a student to be away from campus on payday and still receive his or her pay check. This also eliminates the possibility of lost or misplaced paychecks. Students interested in this option should print this form and submit their completed form to the Student Payroll/Human Resources Office located in the Cass Street building.
Unless your supervisor provides you with a specific form, you can use this form to submit your class and other time commitments for consideration toward a work schedule.
Albion is dedicated to the highest quality in undergraduate education and committed to diversity as a core institutional value. The College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is especially interested in candidates who will contribute to a campus climate that supports equality and diversity.
Application materials are only accepted for open positions. Each search has its own search committee and application process so if an applicant is interested in more than one open position, application materials should be submitted for each position. Please review the position listing carefully for a description, minimum and preferred qualifications and application process information.
You can view and obtain a copy of the Albion College Annual Security Report from the Campus Safety website - http://www.albion.edu/student-life/campus-safety/clery-report. This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Albion College; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. This report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault and other matters.
Administrative and Professional Positions
Salaried position, full or part-time
All teaching positions
Hourly Positions - non-student
Full-time, Hourly, Union Positions
Includes: Secretarial/Clerical and Facilities Operations
Part-time Hourly Positions
Current Albion College students only
Union Postings Open for Bid
login is required as these position are open for internal ACESPA member bids only
Student employees are an important part in the success of Albion College. Students work in many areas of the College. Student work opportunities are a privilege, beneficial to the institution and the students.
Albion College understands student employees are students first and employees second. Students are expected to meet their commitments to the employment arrangement, arriving on time, completing work during scheduled hours and otherwise acting with dignity and respect for supervisors, staff, other students and other members of the College Community.
Please click on the links below for student employment resources and information:
Positions exist for students with no financial aid eligibility, as well as recipients of Federal Work Study awards.
Students must complete required paperwork before beginning any student employment position.
We are committed to assisting the campus community and its students in the employment process. We strive to serve the college courteously, efficiently, and in all areas of student employment. If you have any questions about Student Employment, please contact the following offices:
||1st Floor of the Ferguson Building
||1003 Cass St. – enter through Campus Safety doors
||1003 Cass St. – enter through Campus Safety doors
Benefits at a Glance - Salaried Full-Time
You may choose between Blue Cross Blue Shield Community Blue (005) or the BCBS Community Blue High Deductible (006). The College pays the single subscriber premium for the 005 plan. The 005 plan has a $500/single, $1000/family, annual deductible with a 80%-20% co-insurance split of the approved amount for in-network providers. The 006 plan has a $1500/single, $3000/family annual deductible with an 80%-20% co-insurance split of the approved amount for in-network providers. The College will contribute up to 35% of the dependent premium and you pay the remainder to insure any dependents.
The dental plan is with BCBS has a $100 deductible and 90%-10% co-insurance on basic services and 50%-50% on other services.
The above medical plan includes prescription drug coverage. The 005 plan has $10/$20/$40 co-pays per generic/formulary brand name/non-formulary brand name prescription. The 006 plan has $10/$40 co-pays per generic/brand name prescription. A mail order program is also available.
This is a voluntary, 100% employee paid vision care program. Covers one complete eye exam in any 12 consecutive month period with a $10 copay (VSP network doctor). Prescription glasses (lenses and/or frames) a combined $25 copay. Medically necessary contact lenses $25 copay.
The Short Term Disability (STD) plan is self-insured. You are covered in a step plan, depending upon your length of service with the College. STD is payable for up to six months. Long Term Disability (LTD) picks up after STD ends, if you are still disabled. With terms and conditions met, LTD pays 60% of your salary. One year waiting period to participate.
Two times your annual salary, at no cost to you unless the volume exceeds $50,000, then the IRS will tax you on the excess premiums. You may cap your benefit at $50,000, if applicable. Accidental Death & Dismemberment doubles the life insurance benefit to your beneficiary if you die by accident.
In addition to providing life insurance the College will continue salary payments to the spouse of a deceased faculty member or administrative employee for a period of three months following the month of death and pay the premium for medical insurance coverage for covered dependents of a deceased faculty member or administrative employee for a limited period of time.
The College offers a 403(b) Retirement Annunity (RA) plan administered by Teacher’s Insurance and Annuity Association/College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA/CREF). There is a two year wait for participation unless you qualify for a wait period waiver. When enrolled in the plan, you will contribute 6% of your salary (mandatory) with the College contributing 6.3% on the first $15,700 of your salary and 12% thereafter. Includes waiver of premium if you are totally disabled. The College also offers a Supplemental Retirement Annuity (SRA) plan also administered by TIAA/CREF.
Flexible Benefits (Section 125 Reimbursement Program):
You may elect salary reduction (pre-tax) for non-insured medical expenses and/or dependent care expense.
Tuition Remission and Exchange:
This superb benefit is available, under certain guidelines, for employees and qualified dependents. See details in the Employee Services Manual.
Employee Assistance Program:
The College contracts with Behavioral Health Resources (BHR) for confidential assistance with everyday issues: marital, family, grief counseling, physical health, emotional health, elder care, substance abuse, financial counseling, job stress.
Holidays and Vacations:
The College recognizes most major holidays and provides paid vacation to all full-time salaried staff.
For more information, please call Human Resources at 517-629-0205.