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You can get the chance to work at Carleton University by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of Carleton University which offers entry-level and managerial positions.

Carleton University, Canada’s Capital University, is located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Hire co-op students, new grads, or register for on-campus career events.

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You can be a member of Carleton University family by completing the hiring process which is explained below. In order to finish the application process, you can use the link provided below to access to the online application Carleton University where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.

Student Support Advisor

Under the guidance of the Manager, Student Academic Success Centre (SASC), the Student Support Advisor is a multi-functional position, working as part of a team to provide academic advising services to students and the Carleton community. Working with minimal supervision, the incumbent is responsible for providing timely authoritative advice on student academic issues, policies, rules and regulations and for helping direct students to the appropriate support and resources to resolve issues and questions. The student support advisor is on the front line of student support and is required to triage the frontline as appropriate and is expected to present a positive, knowledgeable, professional reflection of the department and its services at all times. Complex and sensitive issues requiring escalation are referred to the Senior Academic Advisors or the Manager, SASC as appropriate. The incumbent is also responsible for outreach activities to the Carleton community on the Student Academic Success Centre to inform students, faculty and staff on the services provided as well as other related duties that may be required.

The incumbent is required to continually develop and maintain knowledge in all aspects of operations and processes related to the advising unit and the Student Academic Success Centre in general, policies and procedures, rules and regulations governing undergraduate and special students in the university and all other information as required to accurately provide service to clients. This position requires the ability to work some later day shifts to provide service during SASC’s hours of business. In addition, the incumbent will be required to work an average of two Saturdays a month during June, July and August.
Qualifications:
The incumbent must possess the following qualifications:

• Excellent interpersonal skills to advise students and collaborate with team members
• Proven triage skills, as it is essential to know when and where to refer students in a timely fashion, especially with urgent or sensitive cases
• Ability to problem solve while exercising sound judgment
• Highly developed verbal and written communication skills, including presentation skills
• Proven ability to communicate with tact, diplomacy, empathy and discretion, especially when working with sensitive student cases
• Excellent organization skills and the ability to coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously while providing mutual support to colleagues
• Incumbents must be able to complete work accurately and display attention to detail;
• Working knowledge of academic rules and regulations
• This position requires the ability to work two (2) days a week from 10:00am to 6:00pm, to provide service during SASC’s hours of business
• In addition, the incumbent must be available to work an average of two (2) Saturdays a month during June, July and August
• This position also requires the ability to work overtime during peak operational periods as required
Education and Experience:
The above is normally acquired through the completion of:

• The completion of a three (3) year University degree
• Five (5) years’ related experience of which three years must be in a high pressure advising environment, preferably in a post-secondary setting with frontline triage skills required

Case Management Support Officer

Responsible for supporting all aspects of student case management, planning, coordinating, and managing the day-to-day administrative operations of the Associate Vice-President Student Affairs (AVPSA) Office and providing comprehensive administrative and logistical support to the AVPSA. The incumbent is required to work independently and maintain complete confidentiality respect of all matters and to exercise a high degree of professionalism in the execution of all duties.

Qualifications:

The incumbent must possess the following qualifications:

• Knowledge of office administration policies, procedures, and processes plus customer/client services
• Knowledge of legal concepts, principles and terminology, legal office practices (e.g., rights and responsibilities, privacy, consent and sexual assault)
• Knowledge of student affairs services and practices within the university as well as the broader university offices, academic units, departments, and divisions
• Knowledge of office productivity software and databases, internet browsers and search engines, discipline-specific and enterprise software, and technology devices
• Knowledge of cultural competency and diversity

Education and Experience:

The above is normally acquired through the completion of:

• Completion of three-year college diploma or completion of Bachelor’s degree in law
• Minimum of five years previous legal administrative experience

Project Officer 

The Carleton University research enterprise include projects funded partially or entirely by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), the Ontario Research Fund (ORF), the Canada Research Chairs (CRC), and many other similar agencies, private corporations, foundations, and philanthropic donors.

Reporting to the Director, Carleton Office for Research Initiatives and Services, the incumbent works closely with the Director and other staff within the portfolio of the Vice-President (Research and International) in order to capitalize on identified operational or strategic research opportunities, through the support of the development and preparation of appropriate research proposals. In support to the team of Research Facilitators (Institutional Programs), the incumbent is responsible for supporting aspects of institutional research projects including development, milestones, deliverables and financial status, preparation of status reports on projects, and preparing other stakeholder reports as required. The incumbent’s day-to-day duties will thus be varied and the incumbent will face different challenges each day. This means that the incumbent will need to prioritize their work carefully in order to be able to tackle these challenges effectively.

Specific duties as assigned, include:

• Supporting the development of strategic research proposals, including those to the CFI, CRC, ORF, NSERC, SSHRC, CIHR, and foundations;
• Providing logistical support (i.e., organising workshops) to strategic initiatives, including multidisciplinary research teams and to the submission of large scale applications (i.e. site visits)
• Reviewing the proposals against program criteria, institutional priorities, and for clarity and strategic relevance;
• Ensuring that proposals are complete and properly formatted, and adhere to agency guidelines and internal processes;
• Contributing to the development of project budgets and other financial information to be used to support proposals;
• Soliciting and reviewing annual project reports, as required;
• Liaising with other units within the University to ensure that appropriate budgetary and financial information is transferred to and incorporated in project budgets;
• Executing effective program/process management by facilitating meetings required as part of the proposal development process with internal clients and external partners;
• Maintaining administrative files for projects and programs including electronic and hard copies of all proposals, approvals, correspondence and agreements;
• Making appropriate copies of all files for submission and or distribution to partners;
• Working with colleagues in Industry and Partnerships Services (IPS) and Advancement to identify opportunities to create and enhance collaborations and partnerships;
• Any other related activities

Qualifications:

The incumbent must possess the following qualifications:
• Must work independently and with minimum supervision;
• High degree of initiative and sound judgment is required in order to work with internal and external stakeholders;
• Must use a balance of interpersonal skills, logic, common sense and genuine sensitivity when dealing with project issues;
• Thorough understanding of the various projects and their numerous variables (financial, research, process, and change management) and must rapidly acquire a thorough and in-depth knowledge of the University, its direction, programs, Institutional Priorities, and strengths;
• Demonstrate exceptional leadership, supervisory, and organizational skills as the successful delivery and negotiation of change for numerous large-scale strategic projects is dependant upon these skills;
• Creativity, ingenuity, innovation and resourcefulness are paramount since the numerous research programs, funding agencies and projects are complex and demanding;
• Ability to exercise tact and discretion is necessary because of the highly confidential nature of the work;
• Current knowledge and understanding of University policy in order to manage issues regarding terms of intellectual property and other elements relating to Collaborative Research Agreements and other contractual issues;
• Knowledge of the key stakeholders and requires the ability to work effectively and efficiently with many groups within the University as well as industrial and government partners.

Education and Experience:

The above is normally acquired through the successful completion of a four-year honours university degree and;
• Five years related experience, preferably in a research type environment, with multidisciplinary and multifunctional collaborative teams.
• Experience related to the development of research proposals, publications, grant applications and/or contracts, including project logistics and budget development.
• Experience in event management and in institutional communications
• Ability to multitask, and manage priorities and expectations.
• The incumbent is an expert in the use of spreadsheets, and has knowledge of project management principles and experience using project management software, including the use of Gantt charts.
• Exceptional interpersonal, organizational, analytical and writing skills.
• Attention to detail and the ability to adhere to strict deadlines in a fast paced, dynamic environment is essential.
• A high degree of initiative and sound judgment is required in order to work with internal and external stakeholders.
• The incumbent must have a thorough understanding of the various projects and their numerous variables (financial, research, process, and change management) and must rapidly acquire a thorough and in-depth knowledge of the University, its direction, programs, Institutional Priorities, and strengths.

Part Time and Summer

Benefits

  • Fill your peak periods, special projects, vacation and seasonal requirements
  • Infuse new energy with enthusiastic student employees
  • Provide your organtization with campus ambassadors when students return

Career Opportunities

  • Co-op
  • Hire bright, motivated co-op students for 4, 8, 12 or 16 months
    New Grads
  • Build your talent pipeline with fresh ideas and in-demand skills
    Part-time/
    Seasonal
  • Hire students for part-time and seasonal needs
    Volunteers
  • Post to the volunteer board
    Internships
  • Learn about options for recruiting talented interns
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