On-Campus Employment

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The King's University is committed to hiring our students to fulfill temporary positions throughout the University. Students working on campus provide King’s with talented people who significantly contribute to the smooth operations and research projects at the University.

To be eligible for work as an employee, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Enrolment or acceptance as a student in King’s University
  • Students must maintain satisfactory academic standing in accordance with the King’s Academic Calendar each term and must adhere to the Student Code of Conduct. Students on academic or non-academic probation are not eligible.
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Development Office Student Worker
Open Date: 11/21/22
  • Position of approximately 6 hours per week. Starting in September to end of March.


  • Administration
  • collecting and writing stories of King's students
  • office communications
  • event planning
  • connecting with churches & faculty
  • collaborating with the Community Relations Office
  • connecting with TKUSA
  • networking
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Centre for Teaching and Learning
Open Date: 11/21/22

Under the supervision of the Writing Centre Coordinator, Director of the Centre for Teaching & Learning or the Accessibility Coordinator, Peer Tutors will provide one-on-one assistance for students seeking academic support.


Writing tutor: 

  • Help the student to understand and apply an effective writing process and provide instruction on the individual skills required to produce good writing.
  • One-to-one tutors will have pre-booked appointments with student learners where current assignments are used as a basis for instruction and practical skills development.
  • Tutors may also provide helpful study tips to student learners to aid in their ongoing learning.

Content Area Academic Support Tutors:

  • Assist students with university level reading comprehension, study skills, organizational strategies, and content area tutoring.
  • Tutors may also provide helpful study tips to student learners to aid in their ongoing learning.


  • An excellent understanding of the writing process, grammar and syntax, critical thinking, thesis development, argumentation and clear expression
  • Good interpersonal skills and professional attitude
  • Excellent level of organization, responsibility, reliability and punctuality, ability to work independently
  • Must be a fulltime King’s student in at least your 2nd year
  • Must have achieved an A or A- in ENGL214/215. Completion of senior English courses preferred.
  • Must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Two faculty recommendations.
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