Please visit https://apsu.peopleadmin.com. You may either click on the "Search Postings" link located under the navigation
bar to the left or click on the "Austin Peay State University" box located towards
the bottom of the webpage.
To view the job details of a position, click on the "View Details" link below the
After carefully reading the job details and determining if you are qualified, click
the "Apply to this job" link. If you are a new user, you will be directed to create a new account. You may do so by clicking the "create
a new account now" link. You will receive an automated email confirming your registration.
Your application is not complete until you receive a confirmation number.
You will be asked to provide personal information such as your name, address, phone
number, etc. You will also be asked to provide information about your education and
current or previous employment, as well as contact information regarding your references.
You will be able to upload documents such a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae,
references list or reference letters, etc. Please note that uploading just a resume/curriculum
vitae does not substitute for completing your online application. Most clerical positions will
require a microsoft word/excel assessment. It is highly recommended that you gather
all of your application information before starting the application process
If you are a returning user and already have an application on file, simply login using your username and password.
You will be able to apply to new jobs without re-entering your application information.
However, it is highly recommended that you edit your application information, if applicable, before applying. You will not be allowed to change your application information after you have applied for a job.
You may only edit your application when applying for a new position. After clicking
on "apply for this job," you will be able to edit your application.
As you proceed through the online application, you will be able to save your information
every time you move from one screen to the next. Be sure to click "Save Changes"
or "Next" to store any changes to your application as you progress. When you are
ready to continue with your application, login and click the "Complete" link under
the "Status" column. Your application is not complete until you receive a confirmation number.
Applications for clerical and support staff positions must be submitted online on
or before the closing date as indicated in the job details. Professional, administrative
and faculty positions are open until filled. Once the closing date for a job has
passed and/ore the posting is removed, you will not be able to apply. Please continue
to visit https://apsu.peopleadmin.com for new jobs as they become available.
Once you submit your application, the Office of Human Resources and Affirmative Action
will review your application to determine whether or not you meet the minimum qualifications
as specified in the job details.
The time varies depending on the department that is conducting the hiring. If selected for an interview, you will be contacted to make the necessary arrangements
for an appointment.
You will not be able to change your application information after you have applied for a job. Any changes to your application information will only
affect your application to future job postings. If you have a change, you may contact
the Office of Human Resources. Do not create a new online application; you are only
allowed to apply once to a posting.
Upon logging into your account, you will be able to check the status of your application.
Log into the system, click on your applications, and status of your position will
be listed. Candidates that are not selected for the position will receive an email
to inform them of the decision. If the position is closed, candidates will receive
e-mail notification that the position has been filled.
You may remove your application from consideration for a job at any time. Upon logging
into your account, click the "Withdraw Application" link located under the "Status"
column of your application status. However, once you withdraw your application, you
will not be able to apply for the same position again.
At the login screen, click the "Forgot your username or password" link. You will
be required to enter your username and the answer to your secret password question
(case-sensitive) in order to retrieve your password. If you forgot your username,
you will be required to provide your email address associated with your account.
Contact the Office of Human Resources at 221-7177 for a password reset.
The beneficiary designation forms are below. Please complete the forms for benefits
in which you are enrolled. If you are enrolled in the ORP retirement option, please
update your beneficiary at the website for the company to which your contributions
are going—TIAA, VOYA or VALIC; links below. If you have questions regarding the forms
that apply to you, review your benefits through Employee Self-Service at OneStop or
contact the Office of Human Resources at 7180 or 7013.
If you did not submit your timesheet or did not submit the correct number of hours,
you will need to submit the missed time under “adjustment hours” on the next pay period
timesheet. You enter the total number of hours as a lump sum on any given day, and
in the comment section you must give a breakdown of the dates the hours are for and
the number of hours per day. The adjustment will be paid on the next regularly scheduled
You complete a new direct deposit form found on the payroll web page under payroll
forms. It must be signed and submitted back to Payroll. If you are adding a new
account, your first check will be given to you on a US Bank Focus payroll card while we run a test the accuracy of your new bank account information to ensure your
paycheck will be deposited. Payroll will notify you when your Payroll card is ready
to be picked up in Human Resources.
Depending how you are paid they are due at different times. Please refer to the Payroll Schedules for due dates.
Eligible Students that are enrolled in classes at least half-time (6-hrs undergraduate
and 3-hrs graduate)are exempt from FICA Social Security and FICA Medicare taxes.
is at least a half-time undergraduate student or at least a half-time graduate or
is not a full-time employee of the college,
is not a “professional employee” and
is not a career employee eligible to receive certain employment benefits or participate
in certain employment benefit plans (e.g. vacation, sick leave, 403(b), etc.)
School Breaks: An individual working for the College during the summer or during other school breaks
of more than 5 weeks, but who does not have the status of a student during this period,
as defined in this policy, is not eligible for the student FICA exemption on wages
paid during the period. The student FICA tax exemption does apply to school breaks
of 5 weeks or less (for example, winter and spring breaks) provided the individual
is a continuing student. In order to be eligible for the FICA tax exemption during
school breaks of 5 weeks or less, the individual must qualify for the FICA tax exemption
on the last day of the semester or term preceding the break and be eligible to enroll
for classes in the first semester or term following the break.
Students Working at Beginning or End of an Academic Term
If the academic term begins or ends at any point within a pay period, the entire pay
period is eligible for the exemption from FICA.
Visa Holders- Students, researchers, or scholars temporarily present in the U.S. on F1, J1, M1,
or Q1/Q2 visas are usually exempt from FICA taxes as long as they are considered “nonresident
aliens” for income tax purposes. Other rules regarding the number of calendar years
a visa holder is considered to be a nonresident alien pertain to each visa and can
impact whether the student FICA exemption is appropriate.
If you are a student or are eligible for overtime or comp time please contact Roxanne
Grachanin at 931-221-7433 or email email@example.com.
If you are a salaried monthly paid employee please contact Myra Soward 931-221-7465
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Employment Questions
The University requirements for student employment include the following:
Enrollment at least 1/2 time at APSU
Minimum 1.8 overall combined GPA
Departments may have other job-related requirements for specific positions.
A student cannot be hired as a temporary employee when enrolled in classes. All students must be
hired through the student employment process and paid through the student payroll.
Students may work no more than 20 hours per week while classes are in session and
no more than 37.5 hours per week when classes are not in session. This includes on-line
classes and classes at the Fort Campbell Campus.
Students may work for no more than two (2) departments simultaneously. Students may
work a total of 20 hours per week. While classes are in session, students may not
work more than 20 hours combining the schedules for both positions. When classes are not in session, students may work no more than 37.5 hours combining the schedules for both positions. Department supervisors are responsible for coordinating the number of hours students
work for each department. Department supervisors are also responsible for ensuring
that students do not work over the 20-hour maximum per week.
Students are NOT permitted to begin working before receiving from Human Resources
an email with an authorized start date. Human Resources must approve all General
Campus and Federal Work Study student assignments. Wait to receive from Human Resources
an email indicating the effective date of employment. In compliance with APSU policy
as well as the Immigration Reform and Control Act, employees are not eligible to begin
working (even to attend training) before receiving authorization from Human Resources.
To change a student’s rate of pay, complete a Student Employment Request Form. Choose “Pay Rate Change” from the Action Item dropdown menu. Note that pay rate
changes are effective only at the start of a pay period and remember to include on
the form a reason for the change. Forward the form to Human Resources.
In order to terminate a student employee’s assignment, send to Lisa Ramsey (email@example.com) an email with the information listed below. If the student is working in a Federal
Work Study assignment, be sure that Terri Huth (firstname.lastname@example.org) receives a copy of the email.