This page provides information on the documentation process required to get you set up and paid as a new Carleton employee.
- New Casual Employees
Our documentation process for new casual employees is now done online!
If this is your first employment assignment at Carleton University, please submit your information and necessary documentation using our Online Employee Intake Form.
You will need to sign in using your MC1 credentials. If your MC1 username or @cmail account does not work, please try logging in with your cunet account (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you are having trouble using this application or have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Timing of Submissions
Once you submit the intake form, it will be confirmed within our system within 2 business days of the 1st or 15th day of the month – whichever comes first. Any delays in receiving the documentation submission will result in a delay in pay.
- New Continuing and Term Employees
For new continuing and term employees, you will be completing your new hire documentation during your HR orientation session, which will be scheduled by our Talent Acquisition team. Our team will provide you with the required forms. However, you will also need to bring the following items with you:
- A VOID cheque or a signed Direct Deposit Advise (available from your bank)
- Proof of date of birth – bring government-issued photo ID (examples: Driver’s License, Passport)
If you have been hired from an international location you must also provide the information detailed below.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
- Important Note for all International Students and Temporary Workers (either Casual, Continuing, or Term)
BEFORE STARTING WORK international students and international academic appointments must also submit:
- Confirmation of their Social Insurance Number (SIN), the nine-digit number that you need to work (and get paid) in Canada
- A photocopy of your valid immigration status document (i.e. Study Permit or Work Permit) indicating your eligibility to work.
- A photocopy of your passport
For students: Working under the conditions of a study permit means that you MUST remain enrolled in school (except during scheduled breaks) with full-time status. If these conditions are not being met, you may no longer be eligible to work.
For all international workers: If you fall out of status, you are no longer eligible to work. In order to continue working you MUST have a valid SIN and a valid immigration status document. If you apply for an extension before your status expires, you must provide us with proof of implied status.
Confirm your eligibility to work in Canada at the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website or by consulting the International Student Services Office.
For the following international academic appointments, please contact: