Please note: This information is subject to change.
Students interested in applying for part-time positions in the Computer Science Department need to:
Students must not begin working until the entire following process is complete:
Student must complete an online profile through the CS Website. In addition a student may complete an online application for different jobs through the CS Website. There will be dialogue between the faculty member and the student about the student working for the faculty member. Upon selection of an applicant, a faculty member will submit a hire request. The CS Employment Secretary will process the request.
If this is the first time the student has been employed on campus, an email will be sent to the student explaining the process to complete an I-9 at the Student Employment Office, 2024 WSC. Federal immigration regulations require each employee hired in the United States to prove their identity and eligibility to work by completing a Form I-9 at the time of hire. The Form I-9 must be completed on or before the employee’s first day of work. If the form is filled out late, your hire will be reported on the University’s monthly non-compliance report. BYU can be fined by the Department of Justice up to $1,100 for each "late hire" in the event of an audit. You should not begin working and cannot be paid until this form has been filled out.
If the student will be working on contract, the contract will be sent to the student's myBYU email address and will be signed electronically by the student. Contact the CS Office, 3361 TMCB, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-422-3027 with any questions.
Once Student Employment has authorized the student to work, the student will receive an email from the CS Employment Secretary notifying that employment has been authorized. NOTE: Student is not to begin working before receiving this confirmation.
Students employed during their last semester of school and wishing to enroll in less than the required credits may invoke their Last Semester Option. This option may only be used once. If the student does not graduate at the end of their option, they must be enrolled for the full required credits in any subsequent semesters/terms in order to continue employment.
Each student is responsible to keep his/her own profile current on the CS website. TA compensation is based upon the student's Computer Science class standing (as recorded in the profile information stored on the CS website) and the level of the course. An additional $0.50 per hour is added for each semester that the student returns to work as a TA, up to a maximum cumulative total per the chart below. Students should update their profile as soon as possible after receiving grades for courses or advancing to a different standing. The CS Department will update your rate according to the change and may retroactively update a student’s pay rate for a maximum of one previous pay period at our discretion. All RA compensation is independently arranged with the individual professor with whom the RA will work. It is still important, however, for RA students to update their profiles because many professors determine RA rates based on progression in the program.
|Department TA Hourly Pay Scale|
|Class Standing||100-level class||200-level class||240 &
|Maximum pay rate
(including longevity increases)
Employees will be paid in one of the following ways:
*CORRECTIONS TO TIME AND/OR "MISSED PUNCHES": Employees must come to the Computer Science Office, 3361 TMCB, to make corrections to their time in the Missed Punch Book. NOTE: ALL corrections and missed punches require an entry in the Missed Punch Book, including the employee's signature.
Please utilize the following two websites in determining employment eligibility:
International students (both undergraduate and graduate students) are not allowed to work over 20 hours/week unless they are on their "approved break." Please contact International services to determine if you are on your approved break.