Information for Library Student Workers

 

Can students work remotely?
Yes, UCLA Library student employees who are not in roles requiring them to be physically present may be able to work remotely. Please contact your individual supervisor to determine if this is operationally feasible. Students granted permission to work remotely will be required to complete a Telecommuting Agreement Form, including developing a work plan and a method for tracking hours.

What if a student remains on campus; will they be authorized to work?
Yes, provided their department/place of employment remains open and they have appropriate supervision. The work may be modified based on the changing needs of their department. Students should speak with their supervisors to discuss their work schedules and get more information.

Will students get their jobs back when the Library resumes normal hours?
Yes, student appointments end on 6/12. Appointments will continue based on department need.

What if a student is not authorized to work on campus or remotely and is experiencing financial hardship/loss of wages?
If you are experiencing a financial hardship due to a loss of wages, please complete this intake form and the UCLA Campus will respond to you directly as quickly as possible.
Students experiencing financial hardship/loss of wages due to the inability to work on campus or telecommute should complete the UCLA Intake Form for Lost Wages for Student Employees/Bruin Emergency Fund. Please reach out to the UCLA Economic Crisis Response team for assistance.

Where should a student direct their questions?
If you have questions about your employment status with the Library, please contact Araceli Bermudez at bermudez@library.ucla.edu and/or Rosa Barker at rbarker@library.ucla.edu in Library Human Resources for assistance if you have any questions regarding your employment status. Students employed by the UCLA Library Film and Television Archive should contact Ayesha Ticzon at aticzon@cinema.ucla.edu.