The Work-Study program is offered jointly by Career Services and the Student Awards Office to provide students with Part Time jobs opportunities during their academic years.
The University and the government funds work Study positions.
There are Fall and Winter programs as well as a summer program. Each new academic semester requires the submission of a new application for entitlement.
Work-Study Jobs on Campus
Teaching Assistants – Performing teaching duties, such as teaching lower-level courses, developing teaching materials, preparing and giving exams, and grading exams and grading individuals.
You must be a registered student in undergraduate classes. Undergraduate students whose principal responsibilities are not teaching, such as research, must be reported in the occupational category related to the work done.
The Information Desk attendant will serve as a resource for customers within the Campus Center Information Desk; he also provides guidance and responses to any question, identifies locations on campus and conveys the information booth, welcoming visitors as they approach.
Becoming a facility host; welcoming individuals approaching the information booth, ensuring adequate customer service by the information booth personnel in an orderly and professional manner to customers and others. Performing cashier duties, including counting and recording money received and exchanged for change.
You can do homework and play during the downtime while on duty; it is okay to have your computer. Which mean you can be watching your favourite show on Netflix and get Paid
Computer Centre Assistant
You are the point of contact for students seeking technical assistance with computer-related concerns in the computer hardware and software laboratory and Student Engagement Center during scheduled hours. Perform basic computer troubleshooting, including software installation and maintenance for courses.
Biology Lab Assistant
The faculty members in charge of your course assignment are chosen on a class-by-class basis. Privileged students must work in the laboratory as an assistant to professors, so it is a prestige to stand among those few. It also allows the Biology professors to get to know you much better. This can result in a much more full and helpful reference for you later when you apply to graduate or professional schools.
Keep in mind the following requirements:
A major in Cell Biology, Clinical Laboratory Science;
a GPA of 3.0 or higher (both in overall GPA and in the Biology courses you have taken)
an excellent work ethic, faithful, able to take instruction well, willing to do more than you are asked to do, careful, well prepared
Admission Office Assistant
The Office Assistant is part of the operations of the Registrar’s Office’s Admissions and Registration, Articulation, Assessment Services, and Information Services Units. The incumbent will be required to coordinate several responsibilities, solve complex problems, and ensure that systems and processes comply with service standards—goals for admissions and registrations. Also, the incumbent assists the Registrar in other vital areas and acts as the Registrar in their absence.
Student Library Assistant
Student Library Assistant. Assist the librarian with the daily, monotonous functions of library work. Responsibilities include library searches, office tasks, data entry, helping clients, and maintaining statistics. … Perform complex library tasks with almost no supervision.
Sport & Recreation Centre
The Sport & Recreation Center personnel strive to ensure that all our patrons find the best instructors and event managers for their needs in numerous disciplines and sports options. Working for Campus and Community Recreational Services is enjoyable, flexible, exciting, and great for students – you’ll make some great friends here!