Trainees – and employees in wage subsidy jobs
If you want to employ a trainee or a person in a wage subsidy job for a short period of time, please contact Susan Pedersen firstname.lastname@example.org at the HR department for conditions, contract, etc.
You are responsible for keeping the trainee busy and for finding him/her a work station. The work station can either be in the office for student workers (1324-220) or in your own / a person from your groups office. The trainee must work on his/her own computer but can be hooked up to department printers. Please keep Anne Nisker Toppenberg posted under all circumstances.
At the department we have one student assistants email@example.com who help with PURE etc. If you have funding in your budget you are always welcome to contact her and ask if she has time to help you with transcriptions or other tasks.
Before hiring a student worker you must make sure there is sufficient funding for the employment from a project or from the Department (remember to obtain the approval from the head of section first in the latter case) - and that there is actually enough work. Please send an expenseform which details the funding to Anne Nisker Toppenberg. A work contract for a student worker is for either up to maximum 8 hours per week on average or up to maximum 15 hours per week on average, so these are the hours to match, if you consider hiring a student worker.
Please always contact Susan Pedersen firstname.lastname@example.org before hiring.
Student workers must fill in a time sheet every month and send it to Anne Nisker Toppenberg. You can find the updated time sheet here: http://medarbejdere.au.dk/fileadmin/www.medarbejdere.au.dk/hr/Loen/Skemaer_og_blanketter/Anvisning_af_timeloen_mer_overarbejde_m.v.pdf
If you need help from a student worker for a short period of time or just a few hours, HR (Susan) has a mailing list for student workers to whom you can distribute your request instead of going through the process of actually hiring a new person for the job.
Student workers usually work on their own computers but can be hooked up to wireless network and printers if needed.
Student workers are expected to work from home.