University of Western Ontario Job Application

University of Western Ontario Job Application Process

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

It takes a lot of great people to make a university great. During the busiest times in the academic year, more than 12,000 people work at Western, including approximately 1408 full-time faculty members and 2461 full-time staff members. We are proud to have been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for three years in a row – 2014, 2015 and 2016. Because we are like a small city, with a population of well over 40,000, Western offers a broad and exciting variety of employment opportunities. We employ groundskeepers and research assistants, IT specialists and cooks, accountants, administrative assistants, police officers, engineers, human resource specialists, caretakers, communication officers, and many more. At Western, our people are important! Each individual who works here contributes to Western’s success.

University of Western Ontario Job Application

Apply Online University of Western Ontario Jobs

You can be a member of University of Western Ontario 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 page where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.

Technical/Research Support


  • Evidence-informed practice. We recognize the importance of research and knowledge translation in physical therapy, including the development and implementation of clinical and cost-effective strategies to enhance the mobility of Canadians.
  • Leadership. We aspire to be leaders in our teaching, learning, research, and scholarship to a level of excellence and innovation that is recognized internationally. We have high standards for the recruitment and performance of our faculty, staff, and students in a competitive and ever-changing environment.
  • Collaboration. We recognize that solutions to Canada’s most significant and complex health care challenges may be found where disciplines intersect. We promote and support interdisciplinary partnerships through building capacity for collaborative physical therapy research and teaching.
  • Safety and Respect. We foster a safe and respectful learning and work environment in which all students, staff, and faculty can aspire to excellence and success. Our commitment to social responsibility includes a commitment to improving quality of life and life-long function through ethical and evidence-informed care.
  • Resilience. We adapt to changes in health care, and research and learning environments with flexibility, transparency and openness. We prepare our students to be critical thinkers and problem solvers in their learning and practice.


NOTE:  Up to 4 positions are available

The Technical/Research Support worker will be responsible for carrying out research functions in collaboration with principal investigators, staff, and students.  The incumbents will create a patient education video and evaluate patient health literacy and patient responses. They will collect and enter data from HULC projects, create posters on HULC research, update web and social media accounts, and support HULC researchers in conduct of their studies.

–   Community College Diploma OR Undergraduate Degree in a related field OR currently undergoing the completion of an Undergraduate Degree within a related field.

–   1 year of work experience supporting research in a related technical field

Skills, Abilities & Expertise:
–   Detail-oriented with an ability to function and process information with high levels of accuracy
–   Ability to follow processes with high attention to detail
–   Ability to employ a systematic and efficient approach to work
–   Computer skills with the ability to learn and use software programs
–   Basic computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite
–   Personable and courteous in working relationships with colleagues and students
–   Ability to collect and analyze data in an objective manner
–   Demonstrated ability to understand and resolve issues
–   Ability to work independently and effectively as a member of the team to achieve department goals

Administrative Officer


The Administrative Officer will ensure the efficient coordination of administrative operations for BrainsCAN. The incumbent will provide guidance and support for a wide range of administrative, human resources, and financial functions and processes, and ensure they are carried out in compliance with all of Western’s relevant administrative policies and procedures. The Administrative Officer will advise the Executive Director in the resolution of administrative issues, and monitor and manage physical and financial resources and supplies. The incumbent will also provide project support, participate in relevant committees, and ensure the availability of necessary documentation, resources and information.


–   University degree, in Business Management/Administration
–   Completion of or working towards Canadian Institute of Management Designation is preferred

–   3 years’ administrative experience supporting human resources and financial management in a complex research or academic office environment
–   Experience managing and overseeing staff and projects is preferred
–   Experience working with PeopleSoft Financials would be an asset

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
–   Knowledge of general office procedures, financial budgeting and principles and Human Resources principles and practices
–   Ability to ensure expenditures and resources are within allotments, and to make appropriate modifications when required
–   Verbal communication skills to translate information into easily understood terms, summarize information, and provide a rationale for action
–   Communication skills with an ability to complete detailed analytics and reports
–   Ability to work in a manner that models best practices in confidentiality standards
–   Ability and willingness to employ a consultative and collaborative approach to addressing issues and making decisions
–   Customer service skills to understand customer needs and expectations, with a desire to deliver helpful and reliable service to the University community
–   Detail-oriented with an ability to function and process information with high levels of accuracy
–   Commitment to ongoing professional development with a desire to take on new challenges
–   A well-defined sense of diplomacy, including solid negotiation and conflict resolution skills
–   Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, meet tight deadlines and adapt to changing priorities
–   Computer skills with the ability to train others in system usage
–   Intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and PeopleSoft systems (HR, Financials, query)
–   Possess a reputation for resourcefulness with a strong sense of accountability and initiative
–   Influential interpersonal skills that build positive and strong relationships at all levels of the organization
–   Ability to delegate work and provide team members with clear direction and support in meeting their objectives
–   Organizational skills to manage multiple assignments that are accurate and thorough, sometimes of a complex nature or involving competing priorities
–   Problem solving skills with a sense of urgency in resolving issues and getting tasks completed
–   Ability to work independently and effectively as a member of the team to achieve department goals

Conference Assistant


The Conference Assistant will be responsible for the preparation and coordination of all Conference Services events and supporting the Western Summer Accommodation operations. The incumbent will use tact and diplomacy when troubleshooting and ensuring the smooth operation of each event according to the details provided. The incumbent will be expected to work a flexible schedule which includes weekdays, evenings, weekends and an on-call rotation. The incumbent will be responsible for the preparation of reports as well as updating software programs with the necessary event details and notifying the appropriate departments in a timely manner. The incumbent will liaise with both on and off-campus service providers to ensure customer satisfaction.


– Must be currently attending school, and returning to full-time post-secondary studies in the fall


–    Previous work experience in the customer service or hospitality industry preferred

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

–   Written and verbal communication skills to express ideas clearly, and adapt communication style to suit the situation and audience
–   Ability to maintain a positive, outgoing attitude with genuine customer service orientation
–   Reliable and dependable with the ability to consistently work assigned schedule
–   Ability to follow processes and practices with high attention to detail

–   Basic Audio Visual knowledge with the ability to troubleshoot
–   Demonstrates integrity and works in accordance with Western’s policies and procedures
–   Ability to multi-task and maintain an organized work environment
–   Computer skills with Microsoft Office, with the ability to learn and use new software programs as required
–   Personable and courteous in working relationships with colleagues, students and the public
–   Ability to prioritize and organize a fluctuating work load
–   Ability to work in a manner that is compliant with confidentiality requirements as applicable
–  A strong record of teamwork with the motivation and ability to work independently with little supervision
–  Must have a valid driver’s license



The Coordinator-Officer will perform a range of administrative duties, including:

–  Generation of reports from CRM for Administrative Directors
–  Inputting data into Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
–  Forecasting physical classroom needs for upcoming academic year
–  Liaising with marketing, student engagement, and recruitment personnel
–  Planning for September student orientation
–  Liaising with Program Offices to ensure room bookings are completed for September

–   Undergraduate Degree
–   Masters degree preferred

–   Expereince with CRM and Peoplsoft preferred

Skills, Abilities & Expertise:
–   Knowledge of general office procedures
–   Ability to foster collaboration and respect among team members
–   Communication skills with confidence interacting with individuals at all levels of an organization
–   Intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite
–   Ability to apply creativity, innovation and resourcefulness to daily work
–   Customer service skills with a desire to achieve results in a professional and timely manner
–   Detail-oriented with an ability to function and process information with high levels of accuracy
–   Results-oriented with an ability to handle many tasks and maintain a high level of individual and team performance

University of Western Ontario Application Form/PDF

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