Entering Your Hours
Students at Davidson clock their hours using Time Clock Plus and are paid biweekly. Students clock in and clock out for each shift that they work using a personal computer, an on campus computer or a smart phone moble app.
Instructions on how to clock hours through Time Clock Plus are provide below. In addition, your supervisor should show you how to enter your time on the first day of work.
- Banner Self-Service (login required)
- Student Clock in Entry Instructions in Time Clock Plus (PDF)
- Instructions on Entering your Hours in Time Clock Plus (PDF)
- Mobile App Instructions (PDF)
Student Employment uses a job classification process to ensure that all student employees are paid equitably when working in similar positions. For this reason, all positions have a written job description. Davidson students are paid based on the student pay scale listed below. Students are rewarded for staying in one job for multiple years; however students are not penalized financially for switching to a job more closely related to their studies or career goals.
Student Pay Scale
|Years in Position||Level I||Level II||Level III||Academic|
|First Year in job||$7.50||$8||$8.50||$9|
Level I jobs include all entry level jobs that do not require specific training or previous knowledge. General duties could include monitoring, copying, and filing. There is minimal variety in job responsibilities, operation of simple equipment, and regular supervision.
Level II jobs involve a higher level of responsibility with some previous training and a more in-depth knowledge of a specific field. The student may have previous experience or completed related coursework. General duties could include evening management, set-up or tear down of equipment for events, project work, knowledge of various software packages to complete assignments, and ability to perform a specific skill. There is minimal supervision and some independent work.
Level III jobs involve working independently with little direct supervision. Students in these positions usually have a higher level of technical and content expertise. They may oversee the work of other students and conduct analysis. General duties could include community service projects, web, and computer technology projects. These jobs may require specific certifications or licenses. The work is mostly autonomous.
Academic level positions include work in academic departments, the Writing Center, the Speaking Center, the Economic Center, etc., and include the positions of tutor and teaching assistant. Academic positions require specific academic experience or skills, such as advanced knowledge of chemistry or biology or advanced skill in a foreign language.