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.
Position
Open Date
Tutor
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.

Responsibilities

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.

Qualifications

  • 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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Student Content Creator
Marketing
Open Date: 1/11/23

Two positions available
10 hours per week

Under the direction of the Content Coordinator, Student Content Creators will assist in creating social media content (Instagram stories, posts, reels, TikToks, and Facebook posts) that illustrate and convey the on-campus and broader community life of King’s students. Specific focus will be given to creating content that is actively related to current events and activities at King’s (student life, living in residence, clubs, athletics, student government, research, etc.). We are seeking students who are creative, involved in life at King’s, and active on social media platforms (able to identify and understand current trends). Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter with links to their social media profiles, along with 3-4 posts (stories, TikToks, photographs, posts, etc.) that they think best showcase their creative eye and social media fluency.

Responsibilities

  • Works as a team to produce content that furthers the vision of King’s community
  • Attends various in-person events at King’s to help document and photograph these activities.
  • Stays up-to-date on what’s going on at King’s, how content can be generated from these activities and critically evaluates items to feature on King’s social media pages.
  • Works independently on assigned tasks and ensures that content-tasks are completed on time
  • Interviews others and starts conversations with new students, staff, and faculty.

Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled in at least one course at King’s.
  • Passion for creative work (graphic design, art, photography and photo editing, videography and video editing, etc.)
  • Excellent professional writing skills and social media writing skills (generating captions, summarizing documents for different audiences, etc.).
  • Professional experience in social media management/content creation is helpful, but not necessary.
  • Interest in further developing marketing and content creation skills.
  • Self-motivated, takes initiative, accepts criticism well, and detail oriented.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Experience with video/photo editing software (ex. Adobe Creative Cloud) is preferred, but not required.
  • Passion for The King’s University and the unique opportunities and community it provides to its students.
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Faculty of Natural Science 2022/23 Winter Teaching Assistants (TAs)
Faculty of Natural Science
Open Date: 1/11/23

Under the supervision of the laboratory instructor, a Teaching Assistant (TA) will assist in the supervision of other students during a laboratory session.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in laboratory set up.
  • Assisting students in the laboratory by answering questions and providing support with procedures and/or instrument use
  • Maintaining a safe working environment, observing of all WHMIS and other laboratory safety protocols
  • Assist in laboratory clean up.

Teaching Assistants should not:

  • Grade student work
  • Have access to student marks or information beyond a list of student names
  • Work with students unless under the direct supervision of the instructor
  • Meet with students outside of the laboratory session

Qualifications

  • Candidate must have successfully completed (minimum grade of B+) the course they will TA. Equivalent course competency will be considered, for example a senior student majoring in a discipline could be considered for a non-majors course. For example, a 3rd year biology major would be suitable as a TA for BIOL290.
  • Good interpersonal skills and professional attitude
  • Candidate must be available during the time the lab is offered. Typically, this is three hours per week
  • Candidate must be available for a short meeting with the staff/faculty member teaching the lab to learn details of the weekly lab
  • Responsible for completing lab safety training as required. For example, students might need to complete the biosafety or chemistry safety quiz
  • Must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Must be a fulltime King’s student in at least their 2nd year

How to Apply:

Upload your resume and a cover letter including a ranked list of courses you’d like to be considered for. By submitting your application, you are consenting to the hiring manager viewing your transcripts and course timetables for the purpose of determining eligibility for the position.

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Community Wellness Student Worker
Student Life
Open Date: 1/16/23

Community Wellness exists to provide information and opportunities on the topic of wellness and mental health to help students thrive at university. As a member of the Community Wellness team, we create educational campaigns, resources, opportunities for dialogue, and activities and events that promote a culture of community and personal wellness.

The role of the Community Wellness Student Worker is twofold: to make the Wellness Room a safe and known place for students to find wellness, and to destigmatize mental illness, while promoting holistic health, and healthy ways of living to help students find personal success.

Community Wellness plays a pivotal role alongside the Student Life Department in fostering community in a way that is consistent with Christian values and fosters healthy, nurturing relationships among the entire student body. During term time, the Community Wellness Student Worker will work approximately 10 hours per week

Responsibilities

  • Meet regularly with the Coordinator of Wellness & Counselling Services/Lead Psychologist
  • Plan, oversee, implement, and deliver wellness programming for students.
  • Help to improve, maintain, and advertise the Wellness Room.
  • Research, create, and distribute wellness flyers to go in bathroom stalls based on the Wellness program plan for the year.
  • Attend orientation (fall and winter) to welcome students to King’s.
  • Ensure the various media and communication platforms (Instagram, notice boards and sidewalk displays are up to date.)
  • Collaborate with other Student Life student workers.

Qualifications

  • Passionate about mental health and wellness
  • Non-judgmental, self-reflective, and open minded
  • Ability to develop strong interpersonal relationships
  • Ability to work in and lead a team of peers
  • Ability to communicate effectively
  • Ability to balance one’s time effectively inside and outside school and be organized
  • Ability to be creative and flexible in your approach to providing programming for your peers amidst the changing times
  • Confidence in leading groups of students
  • Self-motivated and accountable
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International Program Student Worker
Student Life
Open Date: 1/16/23

The main objective of the International Programming Student Worker is to provide a strong community of support for international students. This includes taking on an active role in familiarizing the students to Canadian culture and the King’s community, getting to know the student on a personal level, and planning events catered towards international students throughout the school year. The student worker will also be a part of the Global Awareness Week planning committee and execute events during Global Awareness Week.

Reports to - Intercultural Program Coordinator

Responsibilities

  • Assist and facilitate the International Students’ Orientation (Fall and Winter terms)
    • Ensure all new international students have an assigned Student Navigator
  • Plan, collaborate with other Student Life programs and run one monthly event.
    • Includes Welcome Lunch, Thanksgiving & Christmas Dinner, and Year-End Party
  • Be present and help with other International Programming Events
  • Participate in 1 hour team meetings each week
  • Design and update monthly themes for the International Students bulletin board by the atrium
  • Oversee a scheduled office hour twice a week
    • Be present to socialize, and to provide referral to the pertinent on-campus services
    • Send birthday greetings to international students
    • Check the International Student pages on the King’s website and make sure it is up to date
    • Maintain the International Students Guide on Moodle
  • Provide administrative support to the Coordinator of Intercultural Student Programs
  • Guide and educate Student Navigators in providing logistic, social, cultural, and mental health support to international students
  • Organize, collaborate, and execute Global Awareness Week events
  • Help with international student publications and provide a voice for the students
    • Assist in creating a monthly newsletter
    • Write an article for The Chronicle about the International Programming once a term
  • Design posters and social media posts for events

Qualifications

  • Registered in at least your second academic year at King’s throughout the term of position
  • Must be studying on a full-time basis (minimum of 9 credits per term) and maintain a current and cumulative GPA of 2.0 (and cannot be on academic probation/suspension)
  • Enjoy working and interacting with people from different cultures
  • Demonstrates confidence and maturity in developing strong interpersonal relationships
  • Excellent organizational, oral, and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated and takes the initiative to help others
  • Possesses a positive attitude towards cultural differences and practices
  • Willingness to learn and explore various approaches to role responsibilities
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and information
  • Committed to helping new students to make a smooth and successful transition into life at The King’s University
  • Experience with computer software programs including Canva, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

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Indigenous Program Student Worker
Student Life
Open Date: 1/16/23

The main objective of the Indigenous Student Worker is to provide a strong community of support for indigenous students, create resources and educational campaigns, activities and events that raise awareness on the Indigenous people’s history. The student worker will also be a part of the Global Awareness Week planning committee and execute events during Global Awareness Week.

Reports to - Intercultural Program Coordinator

Responsibilities

  • Plan, collaborate with other Student Life programs and run one monthly event
  • Design and update monthly themes for the Indigenous Students bulletin board by the atrium
  • Run a scheduled office hour twice a week
    • Get to know students in a personal level
    • Be present to socialize, and to provide referral to the right service
    • Send birthday greetings to indigenous students
  • Provide administrative support to the Coordinator of Intercultural Student Programs
  • Guide and educate Student Navigators in providing logistical, social, cultural, and mental health support to indigenous students
  • Organize, collaborate, and execute Global Awareness Week events and National Day of Truth and Reconciliation events
  • Research and develop a resource booklet for indigenous students, staff and faculty
  • Help with indigenous student publications and provide a voice for the students
    • Assist in creating a monthly newsletter
    • Write an article for The Chronicle about the Indigenous Programming once a term
    • Design posters and social media posts for events

Qualifications

  • Registered in at least your second academic year at King’s throughout the term of position
  • Must be studying on a full-time basis (minimum of 9 credits per term) and maintain a current and cumulative GPA of 2.0 (and cannot be on academic probation/suspension)
  • Enjoy working and interacting with people from different cultures
  • Demonstrate confidence and maturity in developing strong interpersonal relationships
  • Excellent organizational, oral, and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated and takes the initiative to help others
  • Possesses a positive attitude towards cultural differences and practices
  • Willingness to learn and explore various approaches to role responsibilities
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Summer Youth Camp Coordinator
Open Date: 2/1/23

Part-time, term contract Feb 15 – July 31, 2023

The Summer Youth Camp Coordinator is responsible for the organization and coordination of summer camps for children ages 8-12 that will run from July 10-14 and July 17-21, 2023 at The King’s University. The coordinator is responsible for arranging the logistics associated with running the camp and hiring, training, and supervising camp counsellors.

Responsibilities

Design the camp structure (schedule and activities) and develop the camp program.
• Make all facility bookings and food arrangements for the camps.
• In consultation with the university’s marketing department, coordinate marking plans.
• Hire and supervise camp counsellors. Lead counsellor training.
• Develop registration forms and manage the participant registration process.
• Coordinate communication with registrants.

Qualifications

Professing Christian able to sign King’s Statement of Faith.
• Previous camp leadership experience preferred.
• Must have First Aid certification.
• Abide by and respect the policies of The King’s University.
• Students are welcome to apply but require previous summer camp experience.
• Must provide a criminal record check.

This is a short-term contract position with a total compensation of $5,000. 

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