The University has specific classifications for the different types of temporary employees who work at the University. The job codes and relevant information are listed in the chart below.
|Job Code||Employee Type||Employee Type Description||Examples|
|Long-term temp (6 months or longer)||More of an established position with an ongoing workload. This group should be reviewed by HR to assess organizational needs and consider best options.||Administrative/office support; interim management; project-based work.|
|Short-term temp (less than 6 months)||A position with a workload expected to last for a set period of time.||Administrative/office support; interim management; project-based work; Camps; Say Yes to Education; SEIU summer programs.|
|5005 Hourly||Casual Employee (Temporary)||Employee does not have a regular schedule but is called upon as needed. Typically does not have many hours in a year (less than 500).||Dome ushers; event security; traffic & law enforcement personnel.|
|5006 Hourly||SEIU Temporary on Assignment||SEIU employees who hold active primary positions but are temporarily working in another position.||Special Physical Plant situations where on short work break from primary job to work in another trade.|
Temporary non-student positions must be paid according to the University’s Fair Wage Initiative. Please review the current rates on the Compensation page.
Student job codes will remain the same. Currently the non-Syracuse University students are categorized as temporary employees.
Student Employee Job Codes
|Job Code||Employee Type||Employee Type Description|
|7900||Syracuse University Student Employee||Registered as a Syracuse University student.|
|7998||Non-Syracuse University Student Employee||Not registered as a Syracuse University student. Will be coded as an hourly employee.|
Student employees and temporary summer employees filling traditional student jobs must be paid at least $11.10 per hour, effective Dec. 31, 2018.