On this page, you will find:

  • How to Set Up Your Bulldog NetWork Account and Post On-Campus Jobs
  • Responsibilities of On-Campus Supervisors
  • Things to Consider When Creating a Student Employee Job

Please don’t hesitate to email with any questions! 

Setting Up Your Bulldog NetWork Account

  1. Navigate to
  2. Select “Sign up for an account” under the blue “Employer Log In” button. 
  3. Complete all form fields. 
  • For ‘Employer,’ please type “UNCA – ” followed by your department with the name of your department first and the word department trailing. For example : “UNCA – Mathematics Department”. If your department is not listed in the drop down menu, we will connect your account to the appropriate department on the backend once you sign up.
  • For ‘Address,’ you can use “1 University Heights” and include your specific department location as the second line of text/information.
  • For ‘City,’ type in ‘Asheville’ and select the drop down option (Asheville – NC).
  1. When you submit the account information, you will be automatically redirected to the Bulldog NetWork landing page, where you’ll be able to see any important announcements from the Career Center as well as post a job.

Posting a Student Employee Job to Bulldog NetWork

  1. Navigate to and sign in.
  2. There are two ways to post a job. 
    1. On the landing page, there will be a “Post a Job” box. Click on the blue “+ POST” in that box button and follow the prompts.
    2. In the left hand menu, click “Job Listings” and then click on the blue “+ POST” button in the top right of the screen and follow the prompts.

Responsibilities of On-Campus Supervisors

  • Adhere to all policies and procedures detailed in the Student Employment Policy and communicated by the department head. This includes the Payroll + Timekeeping guidelines.
  • Complete an On-Campus Student Employment Evaluation for each semester the student is employed and discuss evaluation with the student employee. 
  • Complete Supervisor Training as outlined by the Career Center to ensure uniform and consistent compliance with the student employment policies and procedures for their department.
  • Complete the Student Employment Change Form if any of the following occurs:
    • A student graduates, is academically suspended, or takes a leave of absence before their contract end date
    • A student’s position is terminated prior to the contract end date (include a written justification)
    • A student’s timesheet approver or timesheet proxy approver changes
  • If hourly pay rate or stipend payment changes for a position, a new Student Employment Agreement must be completed. 

Things to Consider When Creating a Student Employee Job

There are several things to do and consider before creating a job description and posting to Bulldog NetWork.

  • What will the student employee be doing? Think about the tasks, projects, and responsibilities you’d like a student employee to work on. You’ll use this information to build out the job description.
  • How will the position be funded? Most positions are funded directly out of departmental budgets. Is there money in your department’s budget to compensate a student employee? The student may have a Federal Work Study (FWS) award that will initially fund their on-campus job. Another way student employee positions are funded is through the Student Employment Fund (SEF) process, which occurs each spring.
    • Did you know? There are three types of student employees on campus: Non-Federal Work Study Students (who make up the majority of student employees), Federal Work Study Students (who are paid through Financial Aid and their individual award), and International Students Working on Campus. More information about each type of student employee – and the specific processes and policies for each – can be found by navigating to ‘Student Employee Types’ in the menu to the left.
  • How many hours do you anticipate the student employee will work each week? Typically, we see about 10 hours/week for student employee positions. During the academic year, student employees cannot work more than 28 total hours inclusive of all on-campus positions. During winter and summer breaks, student employees cannot work more than 40 total hours inclusive of all on-campus positions.
  • What will the hourly rate of pay be? The minimum hourly rate is the NC minimum wage ($7.25). The average across campus is $10-$12/hour.