Full Job Description
HOURS PER WEEK: 30
NUMBER OF WEEKS: 8
RATE OF PAY: $16.74/hour
- Assist in the assessment of Orientation programs, processes, and events
- Assist in the design and implementation of Orientation events
- Facilitate communication with faculty stakeholders regarding faculty involvement and coordination in Orientation programming
- Facilitate communication with incoming students and their families regarding the Orientation program and other related issues
- Help train and supervise team of student volunteers
- Develop and present training sessions about Orientation week and related responsibilities for student volunteers
- Meet with the interdepartmental stakeholder planning teams to discuss goals, objectives and strategies
- Perform basic office duties as required in the Enrolment Services office including meeting minutes, photocopying, data entry, and other duties as assigned
Youth will work directly with the Coordinator, Orientation and Transition. This position will meet daily with the coordinator to discuss event planning, goal setting, meeting preparation, follow-up and any additional support required. The youth will gain valuable organizational skills, communication (written and verbal) skills, presentation preparation and delivery skills, event planning skills. The youth will gain insights into post-secondary strategic enrolment management, orientation and retention planning and execution. These skills all provide event planning or entry level student affairs work experience in a post-secondary setting through the above-listed activities.
We are looking for an individual who demonstrates leadership qualities as they will help train and supervise student volunteers while being a part of the Enrolment Services team. Strong event planning, time management, and organizational skills would be considered an asset. Applicants must also be comfortable giving presentations to groups and have strong written communication skills and are proficient with various Microsoft Office applications.
- At least 15 years of age
- A Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, or protected person under the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and legally entitled to work and study in Canada.
- Resides and/or attends school in Alberta with an Alberta address
- Returning to high school or a post-secondary institution no later than November 1.
- Must be enrolled in a program that will result in a Certificate, Diploma, or Degree. Technical training for Apprenticeship is not eligible
- Is available for full-time summer employment
- Not currently employed in the organization
- Not immediately related to the owners or staff responsible for hiring in the organization