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Student Salary Change


Changing a Student's Salary (Salary Change). Used when a department wishes to increase the current pay-rate of a student employee. 

Current Process

Salary Changes may be done through UNMJobs.  


All Deadlines

2 weeks before the end of the pay period (exception would be August and September- 4 weeks before the end of the pay period)

For pay period end dates see the Payroll Timekeeper and Approver Schedule.


Go to the Student Employment Office Forms and Info page and click on "Student Employment Extension Guidelines" for extension information.

Please complete the following:

  1. Department verifies Customer Service Training has been completed by the student (ask student)
  2. Department Originator completes a modification of the student’s previous position through UNMJobs, updating summary with any additional duties.  The posting will be posted internally and non-competitive for each student in the department.  In the comment section of the posting, please indicate the student's name and reason for the pay increase {ie. promotion, annual salary increase (performance evaluation required), change of job duties, etc.}
  3. Once this has been completed, submit to the Approver.  Approver submits to the Employment Area for approval/posting.
  4. Employment area will post the position internally.  Originator sends the link to the student to attach their application.   Once the application is received, the department originator changes the status to "Recommend for Hire" and begins the hiring proposal.  Submit hiring proposal to Approver.  Approver submits to the Employment Area to be processed.
  5. Department checks their ePrint reports (PZROEMA) to verify that the student’s salary change has gone into effect.
      Related Policies and Guidelines
      Forms Required

      To be completed by Department:

      •   Hiring Proposal


      Additional Information

      Last updated: December 11,2014