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.
Albion College does not tolerate discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace. Complaints should be referred immediately to the attention of the employee's supervisor, manager, department chairperson or directly to the Office of Human Resources, 517/629-0205.
Students are limited to 20 hour per work week for all campus jobs. The work week runs from Monday through Sunday regardless of when a pay period begins or ends.
In order to work in an on-campus job or an off-campus federal work study job, students must be deemed eligible to work on campus by Student Employment. If you have held any other campus job you are all set. If you have never worked on campus before, you should complete the student employment registration process now.
Student Job Seekers
Student Employment Position Listings are posted on the Career and Internship website. There you will have access to Handshake where you can search for on and off campus student employment opportunities, as well as career, internship, and volunteer opportunities in and around the city of Albion. For assistance using Handshake, please contact the Career and Internship Center. The CIC is located onthe first floor of Ferguson Hall, 517/629-0332 or . Handshake can be found at https://albion.joinhandshake.com/
Campus Supervisors interested in posting positions on this site should complete a Student Job Posting Request form.
Benefits at a Glance - Facilities
The benefit information provided below is a summary of the benefit information provided in the current Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the College and Union Representation for Facilities Operations Employees. Union employees should consult the CBA for specific details.
You may choose between the 0002 - Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Community Blue PPO plan or the 0003 BCBS Community Blue PPO plan. The College pays the single subscriber premium for the 0002 plan. The 0002 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 0003 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 50% of the dependent premium and you pay the remainder to insure any dependents.
The above medical plan includes prescription drug coverage. The 0002 plan has $10/$20/$40 co-pays per generic/formulary brand name/non-formulary brand name prescription. The 0003 plan has $10/$40 co-pays per generic/brand name prescription. A mail order program is also available
The dental plan is with BCBS has a $100 deductible and 90%-10% co-insurance on basic services and 50%-50% on other services. $1000 maximum benefit per year for each participant. The College pays the single subscriber premium.
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. Covers lenses once every 12 months and frames once every 24 months. Medically necessary contact lenses $25 copay.
The Short Term Disability (STD) plan is offered through The Standard, a third-party provider Effective July 1, 2009 you may be paid $300.00/week less taxes. STD is payable for up to 26 weeks after a 14 day wait period.
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.
Group Life insurance in the amount of $50,000. Accidential Death and Dismemberment insurance in the amount of $50,000. The Standard is the current plan carrier.
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 eligibility. When enrolled in the plan, you will contribute 1% of your taxable gross earning (mandatory) with the College contributing 6%. 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 CBA.
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.
Supplemental Income Insurance - Aflac:
There are two products offered – an Accident/Injury plan and a Critical Illness plan. The AFLAC products do not replace any existing benefit. It is an additional voluntary benefit offered at a group rate which is paid 100% by the employee.
Holiday, Medical and Vacation Pay:
The College recognizes most major holidays and provides paid vacation to all individuals covered by the CBA. Vacation must be used in the fiscal year awarded or it is lost. Associate members may earn 1 day of medical pay per month. Medical pay may be accumulated up to a maximum of 65 days. Please see the CBA for details for allocation and usage.
For more information, please contact Human Resources at (517) 629-0205 or .
Time Sheets to Payroll
|Jan 2 – Jan 15
||Jan 26, 2017
|Jan 16 – Jan 29
||Feb 9, 2017
|Jan 30 – Feb 12
||Feb 23, 2017
|Feb 13 – Feb 26
||Mar 9, 2017
|Feb 27 – Mar 12
||Mar 23, 2017
|Mar 13 – Mar 26
||Apr 6, 2017
|Mar 27 – Apr 9
||Apr 20, 2017
|Apr 10 – Apr 23
||May 4, 2017
|Apr 24 – May 7
||May 18, 2017**
|May 8 – May 21
||June 1, 2017
|May 22 – June 4
||June 15, 2017
|June 5 – June 18
||June 29, 2017
|June 19 – July 2
||July 13, 2017
|July 3 – July 16
||July 27, 2017
|July 17 – July 30
||Aug 10, 2017
|July 31 – Aug 13
||Aug 24, 2017
|Aug 14 – Aug 27
||Sept 7 , 2017
|Aug 28 – Sept 10
||Sept 21, 2017
|Sept 11 – Sept 24
||Oct 5, 2017
|Sept 25 – Oct 8
||Oct 19, 2017
|Oct 9 – Oct 22
||Nov 2, 2017
|Oct 23 – Nov 5
||Nov 16, 2017
|Nov 6 – Nov 19
||Nov 30, 2017
|Nov 20 – Dec 3
||Dec 14, 2017**
|Dec 4 – Dec 17
||Dec 28, 2017**
|Dec 18 – Dec 31
||Jan 11, 2018
Students: It is your responsibility to "submit your time for approval" by the specified date each pay period. Not verifying your time entry will delay the processing of your pay check until the next scheduled pay date.
Supervisors: You must approve all time sheets by the stated date to ensure that your student employees are paid on the scheduled pay date.
Check Delivery: During the Academic year, student pay checks are delivered to the Kellogg Post Office and must be signed for. A form of ID is required to pick up your check.
Direct Deposit: Students are expected to participate in the direct deposit option for receiving their pay. A significant benefit of this program is the flexibility of not having to be on campus on pay day, particularly helpful for pay days that fall at the end of semesters and/or during breaks.
**For the dates indicated above. Your pay check will be mailed to your permanent Mailing Address on record with the College. If a student wants his or her pay check mailed to an address other than the mailing address on record the student must submit a self-addressed envelope and present his or her student ID at the time of delivery of the self-addressed envelope to Human Resources, located within Campus Safety.
If you have any questions, please call Angie Konkle in the Student Payroll/Human Resources Office (x-0203).