On-Campus Wage Rates

On-Campus Student Supervisors:  Please review the wages listed below before posting a job in Handshake or reporting an on-campus hire.


Student Wage Rate Chart 3/24/2019 - 12/28/2019

 

Step A

Step B

Step C

Step D

1

$9.45

$9.60

$9.75

$9.90

2

$9.70

$9.85

$10.00

$10.15

3

$9.95

$10.20

$10.45

$10.70

4

$10.65

$10.90

$11.15

$11.40

5

$11.55

$11.80

$12.05

$12.30

6

$12.55

$12.80

$13.05

$13.30

7

$14.05

$15.05

$16.05

$17.05

Student Wage Rate Chart 12/29/2019 - Fall Semester 2020

 

Step A

Step B

Step C

Step D

1

$9.65

$9.80

$9.95

$10.10

2

$9.90

$10.05

$10.20

$10.35

3

$10.15

$10.40

$10.65

$10.90

4

$10.85

$11.10

$11.35

$11.60

5

$11.75

$12.00

$12.25

$12.50

6

$12.75

$13.00

$13.25

$13.50

7

$14.25

$15.25

$16.25

$17.25

Governor Snyder signed the new minimum wage law on 12/14/2018 with the increase to $9.45 beginning 3/29/2019.  All hourly student employees will automatically have their wages raised by $0.20 per hour effective 3/24/2019 for their current placements.  Any new hire that is reported starting 3/24/2019 or after will need to be hired with the new wage chart in mind, and the Report a Hire form has been updated to reflect this. 

The Budget Office will make the necessary internal adjustments to ensure that any general fund student wage budgets will be increased to reflect the new minimums and the updated student pay rate scale.  There will not be any reduction in student employment numbers or hours worked as a result of minimum wage changes. 

Effective Winter 2020, students will automatically have their wages adjusted again to reflect the increase to $9.65 that will be implemented in 2020.

Classification 1 & 2

Job Duties

Required Experience

Skill Level

Supervision

General routine work involving simple to moderate levels of difficulty

Little or no previous education/experience necessary

Requires training in routine procedures

Few or no special skills necessary

Closely supervised

Uses Little independent judgment or initiative

No supervisory duties

Classification 3 & 4

Job Duties

Required Experience

Skill Level

Supervision

Performs moderately difficult tasks

Works within general guidelines including written or verbal direction

Moderate level of related education/work experience required (minimum one semester)

Related Skills

Knowledge and skills to perform independently with limited training

Limited supervision

Uses independent judgment and initiative

No supervisory duties

Classification 5 & 6

Job Duties

Required Experience

Skill Level

Supervision

Performs tasks involving a high level of difficulty and complexity

Duties which may be technical in nature

Must demonstrate good independent judgment and decision making ability

High level of previous experience required (minimum of two semesters or equivalent)

High level of related skills

Possesses knowledge and abilities to perform duties with little/no training

Prioritizes and performs multiple tasks with attention to detail

Performs independently with minimal supervision

Exercises independent judgment and initiative

May require supervisory and/or lead role duties over other employees

Classification 7

Job Duties

Required Experience

Skill Level

Supervision

Perform highly skilled duties with considerable internal/external contacts

Must exercise independent judgment and perform self-decided tasks
 

Responsible for developing, coordinating, and implementing assigned projects

Personal accountability similar to faculty/staff or administrative positions

Substantial previous work or educational experience


Typically a student with exceptional skill or experience in a particular field

Skilled and knowledgeable in all required duties


Performs duties independently with minimal job training

Prioritizes and performs multiple tasks with great attention to detail

Performs independently with minimal supervision


Exercises independent judgment and initiative

May require supervision, training, and evaluation of other  employees

Instruction and evaluation of student progress may be involved