Student Staff Assistants

 

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Join an exciting student services team and contribute to the UTM community! The Career Centre's Student Staff hiring process typically begins in February/March. 
 
The following opportunities are available and are all CCR Approved:
 
 

Career Assistants (CAs) 

Want to help other students? Want to learn more about your own career direction? Career Assistants offer assistance to students in the Career Centre, linking students to relevant print and internet resources about career planning and work search. CAs also perform other duties including researching careers and helping at Career Fairs.
 
 

Career Exploration Assistant (CEA)

In the 2019-2020 academic year, a new role was added to the Career Centre student staff roster: the Career Exploration Assistant (CEA). The CEA is responsible for assisting with the Job Shadow Program by conducting outreach and assisting in marketing efforts. This would be a great learning opportunity for those who are passionate about building relationships and brainstorming new and creative ways to promote career exploration programming on campus. 

 

Library Assistant (LA)

The Library Assistant maintains the collection of both the print and e- Career Resource Library by sorting and updating new career resources as they come in and keeping the collection in order. The LA also scans for the web for career-related articles, searches for unusual careers for our Dare to Be Different feature and recommends best reads from our e-book and print collection for our Books That Make You Think bi-weekly feature. Library Assistants also participate in Career Fairs, research careers, special projects, and helps maintain up-to-date career information on the bulletin board.

 

Marketing & Events Assistants (MEAs)

Interested in a career in Communications? Advertising? Marketing? Design? Marketing & Events Assistants increase participation in Career Centre services and events by developing and implementing marketing campaigns and producing eye-catching promotional materials. They also do in-person outreach and assist with special events such as Networking Nights, Career Fairs, etc.

 

Research Assistants (RAs)

Do you enjoy analyzing data and preparing interpretive reports? Looking to further your research skills? This position involves working on assessment and evaluation projects that advance the Career Centre’s services to students and recent grads. You will compile and analyze survey results; prepare reports based on results; assist at on-campus events and be part of a dynamic team!