I. CONTRACT WITH STUDENTS:
* Complete one Notetaker/Student contract for each class identifying the number of students with learning disabilities in the course and arrangement for the delivery of notes.
* Keep confidential all information regarding students with disabilities who are receiving services.
II. CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS
* Show up to each scheduled class on time.
* Stay the entire class period.
* Adhere to the schedule for delivering notes per the Notetaker/Student contract.
* Arrange for a substitute to take notes if you can not attend due to an illness or emergency.
* Stay in contact with the student. It is preferred that you contact the student weekly.
* Request feedback on the quality or format of notes.
* Give the professor information regarding Learning Support Service's notetaking services.
* If student is absent from class, the notetaker is not required to deliver those notes to the student, unless the student has an excused absence. (check with professor to discern whether absence is excused).
* Pay is $10 per credit per class per semester.
* You will receive a 1099 by the end of January of the following year and are responsible for paying all taxes.
* If the student drops or withdraws from the class, it is understood that your notetaking services will no longer be needed. Your pay will be prorated from the day the student drops or withdraws from the class.
* If you are taking notes for more than 3 students in a class, you will receive additional $25 compensation.
* If performance is less than satisfactory, your services will be terminated. Pay will be prorated from the time the decision to terminate has been made by the Director of Learning Support Services.
I recognize that job requirements assigned to all Pacific University employees require access to and use of confidential information. Confidential information is defined as personally identifiable, sensitive date and information on and about students, faculty and staff. This information is disclosed or known to me as a consequence of my employment and not generally known outside the University.
I am aware that the information and conversations to which I may have access are to be treated in a confidential and professional manner.
I recognize my responsibility not to disclose or cause to be disclosed any information of which I may have knowledge at any time. Such information includes, but is not limited to, files, letters, financial information, reports, grades, telephone or personal conversations, electronic communications, etc. to which I may have access.
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