The Emory Employee-Student Job Network is a joint collaboration between the Emory WorkLife Resource Center and the Emory University Career Center. It is designed to exclusively help Emory faculty and staff looking to hire Emory students on a part-time basis to help them with work-life responsibilities such as babysitting, pet care, house sitting, lawn care, etc.
Request an Employee-Student Job Network Account
An Emory affiliated email address and network identification (Emory NetID and Empl ID) are required for account access. You can recover your Empl ID number through your PeopleSoft account with Human Resources:
From the Main Menu, select Self Service --> Personal Information --> Personal Information Summary
The Emory WorkLife Resource Center has compiled some tip sheets for you when looking for and interviewing caregivers:
Tips for Hiring a Nanny on Your Own
Tips for Choosing a Caregiver for Your Child
The Emory Employee-Student Job Network serves only to link Emory employees and Emory students for the convenience of managing work-life responsibilities. Neither Emory University nor the Emory University Career Center screens or recommends students who are available to provide services nor makes any endorsement as to the students’ qualifications. Emory University and the Emory University Career Center only guarantee that candidates are currently registered Emory students. In addition, Emory University makes no representations to Emory students as to the nature of the needed services or the potential employers other than that they are current Emory faculty, staff or students. Hired students are considered employees or contractors of the person requesting the services and not employees or contractors of Emory.
Students and employees acknowledge that, for the benefit of participating in the Employee-Student Job Network, they release, covenant not to sue, and forever discharge Emory and its trustees, officers, and agents of and from any and all claims, losses, demands, rights, and causes of action of whatever kind or nature, including but not limited to negligence, unforeseen bodily and personal injuries, damage to property, and the consequences thereof, resulting from participation in, or the services obtained from, the Employee-Student Job Network.