PLEASE NOTE: Due to Humber College's response to COVID-19,  we are NOT currently scheduling on-campus interviews for these positions. Successful applicants who are eligible for interviews will be contacted on March 20th, 2020, with further information about interview plans. 

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Step 1 of 5 Introduction

Student Life Hiring - Application

APPLICATIONS CLOSE MONDAY, MARCH 16th, 2020 AT 8:00 AM

Prior to completing this application, please consider connecting with the Humber Career Centre for any information pertaining to proper resume preparation.  You can find out more about their services at http://careers.humber.ca.

Please note, you will be able to apply to a maximum of 3 positions at both the North and Lakeshore campuses. 

This Application applies to the following Student Life positions:

FYE Senior Peer Mentor (70% GPA required)

Senior Peer Mentors are senior students that act as advisors and offer support to their group of approximately 5 - 10 volunteer mentors and incoming students.  Senior Peer Mentors offer support by mentoring the mentors and providing access and referrals to appropriate resources regarding academic concerns or resources within Student Success and Engagement as needed. This position will aid in the creation of Student-to-Student connection, both inside and outside the classroom and will foster connections between students through weekly workshops and events. Senior Peer Mentors also regularly plan and execute large and small scale social events across campus. Ultimately Senior Peer Mentors are responsible for assisting mentors to aid incoming students with the challenges associated with transitioning into college.

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Leadership Programs Assistant

The Leadership Programs Assistant will help plan and execute Leadership Programs and related events. The main responsibilities of the Assistant include assisting in the planning and coordination of the Student Leadership Academy, Leadership Workshops, student training, and content management for all websites and social media accounts portfolio.  In addition to this, the Leadership Programs Assistant will also be required to complete necessary administrative tasks associated with the upkeep of the overall program.

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Orientation Senior Leader

Orientation Senior Leaders are students who plan and organize the full Orientation Program under the direction of the Coordinator, Orientation and Transition Programs. Each Senior Leader will be assigned a program area of focus, which include Human Resources, Marketing & Communications and Event Management. There are two available Senior Leader roles within each of these program areas. Examples of tasks included in each program area of focus are listed below; please note that this list is not comprehensive.

Human Resources

  • Facilitate the recruitment and selection of the Orientation Volunteer Team
  • Work to build training workshops and resources for the Orientation Volunteer Team
  • Participate in the Live Chat feature of the Orientation website
  • Support the Orientation email account

Marketing & Communication

  • Create and facilitate a marketing strategy for Academic Orientation and Welcome Week
  • Manage all social media channels and email accounts for Orientation
  • Participate in the Live Chat feature of the Orientation website

Event Management

  • Develop all non-academic programming for Academic Orientation and Welcome Week
  • Build event plans and scripts for all programs
  • Manage an assigned budget for all programming

The Orientation Senior Leader roles offer 24 hours per week in the Summer Semester and 10 hours per week in the Fall and Winter Semesters.

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Consent Peer Educator

Consent Peer Educators (CPE) work directly with the Coordinator, Sexual Violence Prevention & Education and the Lead Consent Peer Educator of their respective campus to provide education to students about consent and sexual violence. CPEs will plan and implement educational events and initiatives, develop marketing materials, and facilitate the Bringing in the Bystander training. This position is ideal for someone who is passionate about creating a safer campus community.

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Lead Consent Peer Educator (1 North/UGH, 1 Lakeshore)

Lead Consent Peer Educators (LCPE) work directly with the Coordinator, Sexual Violence Prevention & Education and the Manager, Office of Student Conduct to provide education to students about consent and sexual violence. LCPEs are the main lead at their respective campus for all sexual violence and consent education programming and initiatives, and will mentor and support the Consent Peer Educators; LCPEs will also facilitate the Bringing in the Bystander training, and work on other sexual violence education projects. This position is ideal for an experienced leader passionate about leading a team and creating a safer campus community.

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FYE Digital Content Creator

The Digital Content Creator (DCC) will raise student awareness about FYE’s services by creating and delivering social media content and blog posts, as well as promotional material such as posters, banners and pamphlets. The DCC will also be responsible for taking photographs during FYE events and workshops. The DCC will also be responsible for welcoming students at the Student Life Office front desk and will act as a first point of contact for concerns brought forward by students on social media. This position requires knowledge of photography basics, graphic design and a thorough understanding of various social media channels.

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Step 5 of 5 Completion of Application

  1. Please submit your completed application by March 16th, 2020 at 8:00am.
  2. Make sure you review the above application and ensure all the information is accurate and complete, to the best of your knowledge.
  3. Only successful applicants will be contacted via email on March 20th, 2020.
  4. Please be aware that all short-listed applicants will be required to attend interviews on Saturday, March 28th, 2020.
  5. You may be required to prepare material ahead of your interview. Please watch for an email from the hiring committee.
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