F&A Job Shadow Program
The Job Shadow Program is hosted by Finance and Administration and is open to all Finance and Administration and Finance Center employees. It is designed to provide experiential learning opportunities by allowing participants to shadow an individual, in a given department or a specific position, to help them learn about skills needed and/or activities managed for that position. This program provides an opportunity to expand knowledge, experience the workplace setting, and gain understanding of duties performed by the individual being shadowed.
This commitment is for only eight (8) hours over three (3) months. The schedule is flexible to allow participants the ability to coordinate the best days and times to make this a valuable and enjoyable experience.
The goals of the job shadowing program are designed to assist participants by:
• Observing the daily routines of the individual they are shadowing
• Beginning to identify career interests
• Gaining awareness of the skills and abilities utilized in their field of interest
• Encouraging inter-departmental information sharing and knowledge transfer
Who is eligible to participate?
Employees working in regular positions within the Finance and Administration division or in the Finance Centers are eligible to participate.
Employee Requirements for Participation
• Supervisor support and approval for participation
• Completion of application with supervisor's signature (may be approved via email)
• Signed confidentiality agreement
• Completion of a program evaluation survey
An initial application containing interests and availability should be submitted to Jake Kransteuber via email (Jake.A.Kransteuber@dartmouth.edu). Submissions will be reviewed by a subcommittee made up of the Finance Center/Host Leadership group who will notify applicants of availability.
The participating departments in the Finance and Administration division and participating Finance Centers are to be determined based on availability and interest. See next page for department listing.
• Applications are due by December 20, 2019; shadowing program to be completed January
through March 2020.
• For departmental shadow requests, the department directors and managers determine which of their employee(s) will be shadowed.