Work With Us!

Work With Us! 

Please visit the Career & Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx) for our hiring opportunities.

The Centre for Student Engagement hires over 80 students every year in many exciting positions available for the Summer and Fall/Winter academic year 2019/2020.  

We support the growth and development of upper-year students in the form of paid employment, internship opportunities, and volunteer positions. Applying for a position within Centre for Student Engagement is a fantastic way to get involved on campus and enhance your student experience! 

We're looking for enthusiastic, passionate, and innovative student leaders who are interested in helping UTM students be more engaged on campus. Check out our available opportunities below.

Have a question? Click here for Hiring inquiries.

Paid Positions (Work-Study)

Applicants must apply through the Career & Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx). Application material includes Resume, Co-Curricular Record, and Written Application portion found on job posting page on the CLNx.

Fall/Winter 2019-2020


UTM Bridging Mentor (Job ID: 147266)

Deadline to apply: Monday August 19th 2019

Description: UTM Bridging Mentor supports incoming Bridging students with their transition to university. We prefer that our mentors are successful Bridging students or students who have had a non-traditional university experience. Please visit the CLNx to apply

Please click here for a detailed job description. 


Graduate Mentor Assistant (Job ID: 145981)

Deadline to apply: Wednesday August 28th, 2019 

Decription: The Centre for Student Engagement at UTM is currently looking to hire a graduate student for the role of Graduate Mentor Assistant (GMA) for the 2019-2020 academic year. A Graduate Mentor Assistant supports with the development and management of the Grad Connect mentorship program.

This position will allow you to:

  • Expand your network among graduate students, faculty and staff
  • Create mentorship programming that builds community between the undergraduate and graduate populations
  • Develop learning outcomes, determine best teaching practices for workshop content, and assess the delivery and quality of a workshop series
  • Create opportunities for graduate students to share their research and experiences

Please click here for a detailed job description. 

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Research Assistant (Job ID: 139998)

Description: The Research Assistant assists with assessment and evaluation projects to help improve the Centre for Student Engagement programming and service delivery to students. Research Assistants compile and analyze surveys and evaluation results, prepare reports based on results, and conduct literature and best practices research on assigned topics. 

Please click here for a detailed job description. 

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Volunteer Positions 

OPEN: Interested in volunteering with the Centre for Student Engagement? Visit our Volunteer With Us! page here to learn more.


Other Volunteer Opportunities:

Senior Election Officer 

Description: The Senior Election Officer (SEO) works with the Centre for Student Engagement, along with the University of Toronto Mississauga Student Union and the Academic Societies Advisory Committee (ASAC) to fulfill their role. The SEO participates in the Committee for Student Engagement & Reimbursements Funding Committee to assess and make decisions on student organization funding opportunities, as well as overseeing and acting as the chief for all academic society elections. 

Please click here for a more a detailed volunteer position. 


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Internship Positions

We are currently not hiring for internship positions within the department. Please check back later in the year for more information on internships with the Centre for Student Engagement. 

Inquiries

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