Coordinator, Student Life
Reporting to the Manager, Campus Life & Student Conduct, the Coordinator, Student Life is responsible for the planning and implementation of student programming which supports transition into, through and out of College, at the North Campus. This position will support student development, retention and persistence initiatives, coordinate activities and events, including awareness campaigns and provide leadership development opportunities and resources to various student constituents. More specifically, the Coordinator will: coordinate transitional and retention programs for students at the North including: recruiting, training, coordinating and advising student volunteers and staff; provide support for students through programming; ensuring appropriate assessment and coaching is provided; coordinate various workshop series; creating content, scheduling presenters and ensuring continuity with Lake campus counterparts; and facilitate events, including support for orientation/leadership transition and other departmental objectives in coordination with counterparts at Lakeshore and North Campus. The Incumbent is also responsible for program delivery and logistics, as well as the marketing and evaluation of key student life initiatives. The Coordinator will work cooperatively with key stakeholders such as the Peer Assisted Learning Support team, Aboriginal Resource Centre, Residence Life, the Academic Schools and Ignite to ensure program success. Responsibilities also include the maintenance of databases and critical information about program usage. This position plays an integral role in providing out of class and co-curricular activities that will compliment students learning in class, ultimately leading to student success, engagement and retention.
The successful candidate will possess at minimum a 3 year diploma/degree in Education, Psychology, Public Relations, Social Work, or Human Development, along with a minimum of three years of experience and proven success within the field of student services at a post-secondary institution. Any courses in Student Affairs or Student Development Theory will be considered an asset. Direct experience in event planning, advising, training, or working with students at a post-secondary institution is required. Additional qualifications include: strong presentation skills; experience in dealing with critical/emergency incidents; and experience working with students from diverse backgrounds. Experience in developing, implementing and evaluating student programs and training modules will be considered an asset.
This posting is directed to Humber’s internal full-time employees. However, after the internal candidate process is completed, external applicants will be considered if necessary. Under the external candidate process, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.
Humber College is committed to a workforce that reflects the diversity of our students and our city. We actively seek qualified individuals from equity seeking groups with demonstrated skills and knowledge to deal with all aspects of equity, diversity and inclusion in a post-secondary environment. Humber College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Our Recruitment Coordinators will work with applicants requesting accommodations at any stage of the hiring process. This document is available in alternate formats upon request.
Hours Per Week 37.5
Position Type FT Support
Minimum Salary 29.00
Maximum Salary 33.61
Work Locations North Campus 205 Humber College Blvd. Etobicoke M9W 5L7
Job Family Student Affairs and Services
Deadline to Apply December 9, 2019
Job Posting 11/26/19
Department Student Success and Engagement