As a supervisor of a student employee, you're expected to provide an orientation, performance expectations, and performance feedback.
Onboarding and supervision of student employees
As a supervisor of a student employee, you have an opportunity to mentor and coach someone who may have limited experience in the workplace. You're expected to provide an orientation, performance expectations, and performance feedback.
The supervisor is responsible for managing any student issues. Don't hesitate to contact the relevant department, administrator, human resources manager or a member of the broader human resources team if you need help or have any questions.
Also see below information on processes for ending student appointments.
Students are expected to maintain their grades and minimum credits. Students are obligated to disclose their standing or change in standing with respect to academic probation.
UBC's Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) is mandated with enhancing the teaching skills and advancing the scholarly practice of all members of the UBC teaching community and supporting technology-enabled learning environments and distance learning opportunities.
Teaching assistants may qualify for some of the workshops held by CTLT. Departments may choose to fund other professional development opportunities for their student employees.
Performance reviews and feedback
Having a student employee in the workplace is an excellent opportunity for you to help students develop their skills in a safe environment. It's recommended that you meet with students on a periodic basis to provide performance feedback.
Learn more about team and professional development at UBC.
Ending student appointments
Information on resignations, terminations and required tax forms.