​Student Employment Classification

 DIVISION I - LABOR AND ATTENDANT POSITIONS

  • Class A. Simple attendant duties. Little responsibility. (7.25-8.25)
  • Class B. Simple attendant duties. Added responsibility and work involvement. (7.60-8.60)
  • Class C. Unskilled labor. Some exertion required, but no strenuous activity. Responsibility in some cases. (8.10-9.60)
  • Class D. Skilled labor. More exertion than Class C. Strenuous activity, responsibility. (9.10-12.50)

Types of Division I Positions:

  • Usher
  • Equipment Room Attendant
  • Groundskeeper
  • Towel/Laundry Attendant
  • Residence Hall Receptionist
  • Custodian
  • Sports Attendant
  • Mail Carrier
  • Dishwasher
  • Stage Crew
  • Stock Crew
  • Resource Recovery Attendant
  • Fitness Center Attendant

DIVISION II - CLERICAL

  • Class A. Simple clerical tasks, unskilled work. Requires supervision. (7.25-8.25)
  • Class B. Clerical assistant. Added responsibility, less supervision needed. (7.60-8.60)
  • Class C. Skilled clerical assistant, with experience. Little supervision needed. (8.10-9.60)
  • Class D. Highly skilled clerical assistant, with experience. Little or no supervision needed. (9.10-12.50)

Types of Division II Positions:

  • Cashier
  • Cataloger
  • Accounting Assistant
  • Office Assistant
  • Bookkeeper
  • Library Assistant
  • Sales/Ticket Clerk
  • Typist
  • Data Entry Person
  • Programmer

DIVISION III - TECHNICAL

  • Class A. Minimal technical knowledge and responsibility required. Works under supervision. (7.25-8.25)
  • Class B. More technical knowledge required. Added responsibility, less supervision. (8.25-9.50)
  • Class C. Highly skilled technical abilities. Makes decisions, little or no supervision required. (8.60-11.10)
  • Class D. Advanced technical knowledge required. Works independently. May supervise other students. (9.60-12.50)

Types of Division III Positions:

  • Art Studio Assistant
  • A/V Aids Operator
  • Costume Seamstress
  • Driver-Courier
  • Lab Assistant/Attendant
  • Reader
  • Musician
  • Museum Assistant/Attendant
  • Recreation Supervisor Equip. Tech.
  • Sales/Ticket Clerk
  • Graphics Assistant
  • Stage Technician
  • Lifeguard
  • Photographer
  • Photography Lab Assistant
  • Student Patrol Sports Official
  • Statistics Analyst
  • Student Manager
  • Switchboard Operator
  • TV Studio Technician
  • IT Technician
  • Writer/Reporter
  • Computer Programmer

DIVISION IV - INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT

  • Class A. Assists instructors. Works under supervision. (7.25-8.25)
  • Class B. Assists instructors and performs classroom duties. May work independently. (8.25-9.50)
  • Class C. Highly skilled assistant with experience. Makes decisions, little or no supervision required. (8.60-11.10)
  • Class D Advanced knowledge in discipline required. Works independently. May supervise other students. (9.60-14.50)

Types of Division IV Positions:

  • Teacher Aide Tutor
  • Faculty Assistant Lab Proctor
  • Research Assistant Exam Grader
  • Conservatory Instructor

DIVISION V - ADMINISTRATIVE/SUPERVISORY

  • WORKS INDEPENDENTLY: Work requires personal judgment and initiative. May supervise other students. (8.10-14.50)

Types of Division V Positions:

  • Computer Programmer Intern
  • Activities Director
  • Accountant/Auditor
  • Student Manager Research Assistant
  • Editor
Exceptions to wage rates are made by the Personnel Director. See HANDBOOK, P 11.
All base wages are calculated at the suggested UWSP student employee minimum wage of $7.25/hour. Federal minimum wage is $7.25/hour effective July 24, 2009.