This webpage will assist you in providing Lehigh with all the necessary information to work at our summer sport camps. If you experience problems or have any questions, please contact Greg Strobel at (610)758-3589.
1) Have you been hired as a FULL TIME Lehigh University employee WITHIN the least 2 years?
2) During camp, will you be staying overnight on campus in housing provided by the camp?
In connection with my application for employment at Lehigh University, I hereby authorize the Employer and any agent it authorizes to perform a pre-employment background screening check (including future screenings for retention, promotion, or re-assignment, if applicable, unless revoked in writing). I understand that the employer may obtain a credit report, which consists of information having a bearing on job performance, and may include information from public and private sources, public records, courts, schools, former employers, and references concerning my driving record, court records, credit, worker’s compensation record, education, credentials, identity, and previous employment.
Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, should an employer rely upon a consumer report from a Consumer Reporting Agency in taking an adverse action regarding employment, before taking that action I will be provided with a copy of the Consumer Report and a summary of rights. Upon written request to any Consumer Reporting Agency, I may obtain a copy of my report as provided by law.
I authorize and release people, companies, references, current and former employers, schools, credit bureaus, municipal, county, state, and federal agencies and courts, to provide all information that is released to the employer or its authorized agents. I further release and hold harmless all of the above, including the employer, to the full extent permitted by law, from any liability or claims arising from retrieving and reporting of information concerning me. I agree that a copy or fax of this document shall be as valid as the original.
I certify that the information on my application and accompanying documents is true and correct. I understand that any misrepresentation or omission of facts may be considered as cause for rejection of my application or termination of employment at any given time. I understand that nothing contained in this employment application and accompanying forms, or in the granting of an interview, is intended to create an employment contract between Lehigh University and me for either employment or for the provision of any benefit. No promises regarding employment have been made to me. If an employment relationship is established, I understand I have the right to terminate my employment at any time and that Lehigh University retains a similar right to terminate the employment relationship at any time with or without cause.
I authorize Lehigh University to verify all information contained in this application and any supplement hereto. I hereby release Lehigh University, employers, schools, or persons from all liability as the result of inquiries based on information contained in my application or connected with the hiring process.
The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) is designed to promote accuracy, fairness, and privacy of information used in the process of granting credit. This information is supplied by public record sources, credit grantors and others to credit reporting agencies (CRA’s) who organize and store that information for distribution to credit grantors, employers and insurers who are making credit, employment and insurance decisions about you. The FCRA gives suppliers and users of credit information, and CRA’s, specific responsibilities in connection with their respective roles in the credit granting and reporting process. The FCRA also gives you specific rights in dealing with these entities, as summarized below. You can find the complete text of the FCRA, 15 U.S.C. 1681 et seq., at the Federal Trade Commission’s web site (http://www.ftc.gov). You may have additional rights under state law. You may contact a state or local consumer protection agency or a state attorney general to learn those rights.
3) Are you going to be hired as either a guest speaker or a volunteer?
4) Have you received a paycheck from Lehigh University within the past 6 months?
We are required to notify you of our Workers Compensation program and your rights within that program. Please download and read the following two documents:
Everyone needs to download, print, complete, & BRING with them to the first day of camp the following:
You will also be asked to show adequate identification upon arrival at camp. We will make photocopies of these documents for our files. You must present the ORIGINAL document for review. Examples of adequate ID are:
For more information on acceptable forms of ID, please view the instructions provided with the I9 Employment Verification form listed above.