This training process absolutely CANNOT be completed in one or two shifts. When your supervisor says "if there's something to click on, click it; something to read, read it" and so on... that is EXACTLY what is meant. "Skimming" is not acceptable. Why? Here's two examples to consider:
In either case are you someone safe to do the job? Exactly! Therefore, the same quality of attention is expected at this job. When you finish reading the Policy Manual, contact your supervisor who will have a question for you about something from within it!
Making Time Up
How do I get rehired?
Appointments to student positions are made on a semester-by-semester basis, and continued employment depends on a number of factors including performance, availability of positions, funding, and continued enrollment of the student. All positions are subject to change in the event of fluctuating workloads and / or budget adjustments.
Our students almost always exceed our expectations and remain with us throughout their UND careers!
Future semester schedules
You will need to provide your class schedule before your supervisor will set hours. You an provide a screen shot of your registered classes or use the schedule builder below.
The first and last thing you should do on every shift is record your time and fill out the manual form (if required by your supervisor).
You will need to go through Oracle to do online timekeeping. https://adminsys.ndus.edu/psp/hehp/?cmd=login&languageCd=ENG&
If you aren't sure which you are, talk to your supervisors first!
Some departments want to know when you are clocking in and out.
Access / Knowledge Commons will continue to use TEAMS.
Reasons for this:
Marketeers and PRCs will do this differently.
When will I get paid?
Will it cover the time I just worked?
Where can I view my paycheck?
Go to https://adminsys.ndus.edu/psp/hehp/?cmd=login&languageCd=ENG and use your campus credentials to log in. It should look something like this:
On the left side you will see something like:
Click on the date line you wish to view.
Chester Fritz Library follows Federal Guidelines for the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (29 U.S.C.A. § 201):
Use of the Break Room
Leaving the Building
This section covers the importance of privacy.
This is in adherence of North Dakota Code 40-38-12: Any record maintained or received by a library receiving public funds, which provides a library patron's name or information sufficient to identify a patron together with the subject about which the patron requested information, is considered private and excepted from the public records discloser requirements of section 44-04-18. These records may be released when required pursuant to court order or subpoena.
We may not disclose information about our patrons unless directed by library administration, and must take reasonable steps to ensure that sensitive and confidential information on computers is not visible to others or left on computer terminals.
Please take the quiz below.
When completed, show a supervisor or senior - they should sign off on your training checklist.
Access to Privacy Training Course
Those of you in the Knowledge Commons, when you finish reading this, STOP.
Find Karlene. She will ask you a question about something in the manual.
This form can be used for multiple reasons:
*When you fill one out, know that a "whoops" is not a bad thing! This is showing our Customer Service Standards of Accountability and Knowledgeability by recognizing areas you can improve on. This is a GOOD thing when it comes to evaluations, to know you saw it! Please let us know, not just about others, but about yourself!
The Knowledge Commons supervisor uses these woohoos to determine the S.O.S. (Student of Semester).
When will I be evaluated?
There are a number of staff that will be assisting in your training, asking you to complete projects, etc. It can be confusing who to go to!