Camps and Clinics: Hiring Staff
The University of Oregon sponsors numerous camps and clinics each year that require compliance with federal, state, and UO policies regarding wage and hour laws, risk management regulations, and criminal background checks.
- Go to the Seasonal Employment webpage for more information on the hiring process.
A criminal background check must be completed for any university employee or volunteer working in youth programs.
- Go to the Background Check Guidelines webpage for information about the process and for the permission form.
The Protection of Minors policy requires youth program staff be trained and the training of staff must be documented and recorderd.
- Go to the Training Staff webpage for more information and links to required trainings.
Employees of Oregon higher education institutions are by law subject mandatory reporters of child abuse and neglect.
- Go to the Manadatory Reporting webpage for more information about employee responsibilities.
There may be instances when youth programs need to employ a minor. It’s important to comply with regulations that govern the employment of minors, which include strict limitations on the number of hours a minor may work and the types of work permissible.
- Go to the Child Labor webpage on the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) website for more information.
If you have questions regarding youth programs and the HR resources provided, please contact Jen Mirabile, Sr. HR Programs Coordinator, at (541) 346-2195 or email her at email@example.com.