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Coordinator, Employer Engagement & Events - Temporary

Dalhousie University 


Student Affairs is a collection of integrated units that collaborates with faculty, staff and students to enhance the student experience. We promote an inclusive, holistic and student-centric approach to learning and academic success and act as a professional resource in the delivery of evidence-based student enrolment, wellness, development and academic support programs and services. Reporting to the Director, Advising and Careers, the Coordinator, Employer Engagement & Events will establish and develop relationships with employers to enhance the career development and on-campus recruitment activities for Dalhousie students while implementing an array of services, programs and events that support students in their employability and career development, with a focus on equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility.

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Residence Wellness Coordinartor

University of New Brunswick

The University of New Brunswick Fredericton welcomes applications for the position of Residence Wellness Coordinator with Student Services. This is a 1-year term, full-time (36.25 hours per week) position with a salary range of $46,061 - $57,573 per annum.

The Residence Mental Health Support Coordinator position is intended to become an integral member of the Residence Life staff team. The Coordinator will focus on providing mental health positive programming for residence students, working directly with other staff units on campus to connect residence students to additional supports and services and providing one-on-one direct support to students as they find their path through university.

Employment includes a one-bedroom apartment located on the UNB Fredericton campus and also a staff meal plan. Please note that the apartment and the meal plan are a taxable benefit.

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Academic Advisor 

Mount Saint Vincent University

Reporting to the Manager, Centre for Academic Advising and Student Success, the role of the Academic Advisor is to provide academic advising to students, including support with academic goal setting, course selection and scheduling, selection of majors, minors and concentrations, program planning, and understanding academic policies and procedures. The academic advisor is also responsible for monitoring students' academic progress, supporting students experiencing academic difficulty, referring students to other support services, acting as a resource for faculty and other university personnel on advising and related matters, creating and maintaining academic advising resources, coordinating and promoting academic advising events, and representing the Centre for Academic Advising and Student Success internally and externally.

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Residence Life Manager

Mount Saint Vincent University

The Residence Life Manager acts as the University expert for residence life and student experience and acts as a resource for other committees such as the Enrollment Management Committee, Student Life Committee, Real Choice Committee, and the Food Services Committee, Orientation Committee, and the Suicide Response and Sexual Assault Response Teams as well as the MSVU Threat Assessment Team for Crisis Management. The Manager also collaborates with recruitment teams to ensure that residence occupancy levels remain high.

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Residence Life Advisor
Memorial University

The Residence Life Advisors (RLAs) are live-in, full-time employees reporting to the Supervisor of the Residence Life Office. The RLAs act as the first point of contact in the Residence Life Office for front-line issues management for students living in residence with diverse backgrounds, interests, and needs. RLAs provide advice, guidance, support, and act as a resource for residents and the Residence Life staff. They also serve as leadership for staff during times of crisis.

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Residence Life Coordinator
St. Francis Xavier University

The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) is an integral part of Residence Life at St. Francis Xavier University, where you will enjoy living in a vibrant community on Nova Scotia’s beautiful East Coast. StFX is known for a highly engaged student experience. Through proactive and developmental mentorship, the RLC is ideally positioned to create a positive impact on this significant transitional period in students’ lives. With over half of the undergraduate student population living in residence, wholistic student development and engagement are key features of the StFX residence experience.

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