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INTERIOR DESIGN TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM - Part-time Teaching Opportunities

George Brown College is seeking non-fulltime/contract faculty to teach in our INTERIOR DESIGN program.
Location/s: Casa Loma Campus

Qualifications:

  • Successful candidates must have a degree in interior design and preferably should be an ARIDO member.
  • Some recent teaching or mentoring experience at the post-secondary level and in particular, in a community college, is strongly preferred.
  • The ability to convey the conceptual and practical aspects of subjects to students, respecting their diverse backgrounds, experience and individual learning styles is also essential. The program curriculum emphasizes an applied learning approach.
  • Candidates must be committed to working within a team environment.
  • Candidates will demonstrate the ability to participate effectively in George Brown College's strategic emphasis on student success and retention.

TO APPLY: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and digital portfolio to the Coordinator of the Interior Design program: Viz Saraby at: viz.saraby@georgebrown.ca and reference the position you are applying in to in the subject line.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Part time Teaching Positions: School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies

Position Summary

George Brown College's Honours Bachelor of Interpretation American Sign Language – English (C302) degree program has two part time positions available. These positions will begin in January 2019.

For program information, please visit https://www.georgebrown.ca/c302-2017-2018/ the program is part of the School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies.

Location: St. James Campus (200 King Street E.)
Duties & Responsibilities

  • One position in teaching undergraduate students courses including service learning and American Sign Language. Instructor must be Deaf.
  • One position in providing supervision in field placement and seminar class. Instructor must be fluent in American Sign Language.
  • Provide faculty advising to students
  • Implementation of planned curriculum in collaboration with faculty team
  • Participate in program and department meetings as required.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduate degree or undergraduate degree in deaf education and relevant professional experience
  • Experience teaching in a post-secondary institution and/or experience providing structured training with adults
  • Fluency in American Sign Language

Salary will commensurate with education, teaching and professional experience.

To Apply:

Please forward a cover letter and resume to the department Chair, Dr. Zeenat Janmohamed, School of School of Social and Community Services & School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies, zjanmoha@georgebrown.ca. by October 19, 2018.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

Online – Telephone Counsellor - Academic Services & Student Affairs

This is a contract part-time position, 24 hours per week working at the St. James Campus, ASAP to April 2019.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Manager of Counselling and Student Well-Being, the Online-Telephone Counsellor plays an important role in assisting students to care for their holistic well-being, connect with the college community, and achieve academic success through the provision of professional counselling services online and via telephone. The Online-Telephone Counsellor will assist in the piloting of a new app based mental health program called Bean Bag Chat as well as provide referrals to internal and external supports. Based at Waterfront campus, the Online-Telephone Counsellor works collaboratively with members of the Student Well-Being team comprised of Counselling services, PeerConnect, and the Healthy Campus Initiative.

What responsibilities will you have in this role?

  • Serve as the counselling lead for online and telephone counselling.
  • Contribute to the development and piloting of Bean Bag chat, video and telephone counselling services including policies, procedures, evaluation, intake and assessment processes.
  • Provide trauma informed and culturally responsive mental health and well-being support to students.
  • Facilitate online psychoeducational and/or therapeutic groups.
  • Develop tools to track project impact and student experience and report to the Manager of Counselling and Student Wellbeing.
  • Provide online/telephone crisis intervention and suicide assessments, safety planning and referrals to students.
  • Engages in online outreach activities across the college and with students in off campus placements.
  • Determines accessible strategies to address student wellbeing needs and develops tailored resource sheets, infographics and videos around mental health and wellbeing.
  • Works collaboratively as part of an interdisciplinary student service team and shares expertise.
  • Completes other duties as assigned.

What qualifications do you need for this role?

  • Masters level degree in relevant field: (Social Work or Counselling Psychology).
  • Must be registered and in good standing to practice psychotherapy in the province of Ontario (e.g., RSW or RP).
  • Minimum five years counselling experience with demonstrated counselling effectiveness working online and/or via telephone.
  • Extensive experience conducting crisis assessments and interventions online and via telephone.
  • Experience working with students in a post-secondary environment and/or community based social service agency is preferred.
  • Proven knowledge and expertise in using counselling theory and techniques online and via telephone such as brief, solution-focused, strengths-based approaches, and behavioural therapies.
  • Clear understanding of culturally responsive counselling, anti-oppressive practice, recovery model and equity.
  • Strong technical and organizational skills with solid file keeping and clinical documentation skills.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency with solid understanding of online, social media (Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp) and web technologies, standard spreadsheets, experience with Clockwork database software is an asset.
  • Knowledge of privacy and confidentiality legislation and current standards of professional practice online and via telephone.
  • Experience creating and facilitating online workshops is an asset.
  • Flexibility in adapting to change and in participating in consultative decision-making processes.
  • Excellent interpersonal, outreach, teamwork and partnership development skills.
  • Strong commitment to student support, social justice, diversity and equity.
  • Fluency in other languages common in the student population is a strong asset.

Note: All prospective staff being considered for this position will be required to undergo a Police Vulnerable Sector Check.

The College requires proof of degrees, credentials or equivalencies from accredited regional or federal post-secondary institutions and/or their foreign equivalents. Credentials may require validation at the time of interviews.

To Apply:

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Tenniel Rock, Manager, Counselling and Student Well-Being, Student Affairs via email: trock@georgebrown.ca . Please include "Online Telephone Counsellor PT" in the subject heading.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. Posting remains in effect until the positions are filled. We thank all applicants; however only applicants who are being considered will be contacted.

Teaching Positions - Centre for Business

The Centre for Business at George Brown College is seeking qualified candidates for part-time teaching assignments in the following areas:

  • Accounting and Finance. CPA or CFP required as well as industry experience
  • Occupational Health and Safety. CHRP and industry experience are required
  • Compensation. CHRP and industry experience are required
  • Human Resources especially Labour, Organizational Behaviour and Labour Law
  • Business Computer Applications. Teaching experience is preferred.
  • Project Management. PMP is required as well as industry experience
  • International Management, with experience in Freight Forwarding, Customs, International Trade Law and International Trade Finance and appropriate industry credentials
  • Supply Chain/Logistics with industry experience
  • Digital Marketing. Industry experience and Master's preferred
  • Marketing Analytics and Data Mining. Industry experience and Master's preferred
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Industry experience and Master's preferred

To Apply:
Please send your cover letter and resume via email to: Olexiy Kernytsky at okernytsky@georgebrown.ca

Please note that all courses offered by the Centre for Business are scheduled daytime (in 8 a.m.–6 p.m. time slot Monday to Friday).

We thank all applicants; however, only applicants that are being considered will be contacted. Applications will be retained for approximately six months.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted

Teaching Positions - School of Apprenticeship & Skilled Trades

Teaching Positions

  • Welder
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic Apprenticeship
  • Heating Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Technician/Technology Program
  • Millwright Apprenticeship
  • General Machinist

Location: Casa Loma Campus, 146 Kendal Ave, Toronto

George Brown College is one of Ontario's leading providers of apprenticeship and skilled trades training, helping students establish a rewarding career in a skilled trade. We provide essential in-school apprenticeship training students, as well as offer several post-secondary trades-related programs.

Our facilities are located in the heart of Toronto and easily accessible by public transit. The learning labs have current, industry-standard facilities and equipment that will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to be workplace-ready.
Please note that all courses offered by the School of Apprenticeship and Skilled Trades are scheduled daytime (in 8am – 6pm time slot Monday to Friday).

Qualifications:

  • Must have Certificate of Qualification in appropriate trade, or advanced diploma or relevant degree
  • Must have at least five years relevant professional experience
  • Teaching experience preferred
  • Excellent communication and human relations skills and a commitment to diversity and equity are essential. Ability to work in an environment where a diversity of people and situations are encountered
  • Candidates must also be committed to working within a team environment and to participating in a consultative decision-making process

TO APPLY: Please submit your detailed résumé and cover letter to CCETHR@georgebrown.ca and reference the position you are applying in the subject line.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Teaching Positions- School of Design

The School of Design at George Brown College is seeking qualified candidates for part-time teaching assignments in the following areas:

  • Interaction Design
  • Game Art and Development – Working knowledge of one or more 3D packages including modeling, texturing, lighting, rigging, animation, scripting and tool creation
  • Graphic Design
  • Advertising
  • Web Design, HTML, JavaScript
  • Mobile app design/development
  • UX/UI
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics

Candidates must have at least 5 years of relevant industry experience as well as teaching experience, at the college level is preferred.
Bachelor's or Master's degree is preferred.
If you know the class you'd like to teach, please include the course code.
Please note that all courses offered by the School of Design are scheduled daytime (in 8am – 6pm time slot Monday to Friday).

To Apply:
Please send your cover letter, CV, and other relevant documentation to Gary Hanrahan, Operations Manager, School of Design.
We thank all applicants; however, only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Teaching Positions - School of Health & Wellness

George Brown College is seeking non-fulltime/contract faculty for 2018-19 academic year to teach in our Behavioural Science programs.

Location: Waterfront Campus

Qualifications:

  • Successful candidates must have a Master's degree in a discipline related to the field of Behavioural Science and preferably be a Board-Certified Analyst (BCBA).
  • At least 2 years of successful and recent teaching experience at the post-secondary level and in particular, in a community college, is strongly preferred.
  • The ability to convey the conceptual and practical aspects of subjects to students, respecting their diverse backgrounds, experience and individual learning styles is also essential. The program curriculum emphasizes an applied learning approach.
  • Candidates must be committed to working within a team environment.
  • Candidates will demonstrate the ability to participate effectively in George Brown College's strategic emphasis on student success and retention.

TO APPLY:Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to the Chair of the School of Health & Wellness: Steve Ciric at: sciric@georgebrown.ca and reference the position you are applying in to in the subject line.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Teaching Positions - School of Mechanical and Engineering Technologies

Location: Casa Loma Campus
Duration: September 2017 to January 2018

As one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for three years in a row, George Brown College is a workplace where the achievements and ideas of our employees are recognized daily, and where exceptional people are allowed to realize their full potential. In short, it is a great place to work!

Our facilities are located in the heart of Toronto and easily accessible by public transit. The learning labs have current, industry-standard facilities and equipment that will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to be workplace-ready.

School of Mechanical and Engineering Technologies is looking for talented candidates to teach courses in its programs. Priority will be given to candidates who currently work in related industries. For more information about programs and courses in School of Mechanical and Engineering Technologies, please visit:

http://www.georgebrown.ca/co/cet/

Qualifications:

  • University Degree or College Diploma in Electromechanical Engineering or Related Fields
  • Minimum three years professional industry experience
  • A strong background in at least one of the following areas: Pneumatic Systems, PLC and Robotic, Motors and Controls, Building Automation
  • Teaching experience preferred
  • Excellent communication and human relations skills and a commitment to diversity and equity are essential. Ability to work in an environment where a diversity of people and situations are encountered
  • The ability to convey the conceptual and practical aspects of subjects to students, respecting their diverse backgrounds, experience and individual learning styles is also essential, as is the desire to contribute to the education of the next generation of students
  • Candidates must also be committed to working within a team environment and to participating in a consultative decision-making process

TO APPLY: Please submit your detailed résumé and cover letter to CCETHR@georgebrown.ca and reference "MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES PART-TIME TEACHING" in the subject line.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Summer Part-Time Teaching Positions (3 – 6 hours per week) – School of Nursing

Position Summary:

George Brown College is seeking applications for part-time teaching positions for July-August in the Practical Nursing Program located within the Centre for Health Sciences, Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing, Waterfront campus. The position will include the following:

  • Work collaboratively with the course faculty and coordinators in the program.
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with a strong ability to multi-task and prioritize.
  • Weekly preparation for course learning objectives to support student learning.
  • Follow the appropriate policies and procedures involved in health and safety and support faculty, staff and administration in reinforcing policies related to the program.
  • Flexible schedule to meet the core outcomes of the course (s).
  • Compliance with Professional Standards

Qualifications:

  • Completion of a Bachelor's degree in a health science, general science or related discipline. Masters preferred.
  • Evidence of educational training to evaluate students preferred
  • Prior experience in an educational setting preferred

To Apply:

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Wendy Ellis, Chair School of Nursing, wendy.ellis@georgebrown.ca

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Temporary / Part-Time / Contract

Before and After School Program RECE & ECA - School of Early Childhood

George Brown College runs 12 child care centres located in the Greater Toronto Area, offering high quality child care to children and their families, and year-round programming for children from infancy to 12 years of age.

We are currently seeking Registered Early Childhood Educators and Early Childhood Assistants for part-time School Age positions, for up to 24 hours per week. The hourly rate for RECEs is Payband scale G $28.29, and the hourly rate for ECAs is Payband scale C $21.05.

The ECE and ECA positions are responsible for facilitating the before and after school programs as well as the duties outlined below.

RECE QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

  • Experience working with children aged 2.5 through 12 years.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to relate well to children, families, staff and centre personnel.
  • Written and oral communication skills.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of the CCEYA and Quality Assurance.
  • Strong programming skills following children's needs, incorporating active learning, excerpts from ELECT, How Does Learning Happen?, and an anti-bias approach to programming.
  • Current member in good standing with the College of ECEs.
  • Must have health assessment and immunization as required by the Ministry of Education.
  • Holds current Standard First Aid and CPR level C certification.
  • Current and clear - Vulnerable Sector Criminal Reference Check

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Ensuring that all legislation requirements are followed.
  • Planning and implementation of children's developmentally appropriate programming.
  • Ability to work as an effective team member, fostering a child-centered, family-friendly atmosphere.
  • Ability to work with external agencies.
  • Managing facilities and ensuring a safe and healthy environment.
  • Able to follow through with policies and procedures.

ECA QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

  • Early Childhood Assistant Certificate (one year Community College program) or equivalent and First Aid Certificate.
  • Must have health assessment and immunization as required by the Ministry of Education.
  • More than six months and up to one year of practical related child care experience.
  • Excellent English communication, problem solving, and human relations skills and a commitment to diversity and equity are essential to interact effectively with the College's diverse child, student and staff population.
  • Ability to follow policies, procedures, and instructions from Supervisor and ECE team member with accuracy.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as an effective team member.
  • Good interpersonal, organization, and observation skills.
  • Current and clear - Vulnerable Sector Criminal Reference Check

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE – BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Assists the ECE Staff in the developmental assessment of individual children based on observations; establishes and maintains effective communication with parents and student teachers by sharing daily information regarding children's activities, programs, special events and etc.
  • Provides assistance with arranging children's play space to reflect the philosophy of the curriculum.
  • Assists with the daily preparation of the playground and playroom; cleans/organizes equipment and other areas of the centre as needed.

If you meet the above qualifications and experience and would like to join our team, please send your resume with a cover letter. We thank all applicants for their interest in joining our team, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Carol Thorpe cthorpe@georgebrown.ca
Subject Line: Part-time School Age Job Posting.

Posting open until positions are filled, apply without delay.

George Brown College is dedicated to employment equity and encourages applications from people of all genders, persons with disabilities, racial/visible minorities and indigenous peoples. George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Class Assistant - Accessible Learning Services

Temporary/Part-time Contract Position (up to 24hrs/week)

Position Summary:
Accessible Learning Services is seeking part-time Class Assistants to provide one-on-one support to students with disabilities in the classroom.  The hours are flexible corresponding to the student’s schedule.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide a variety of services including:  note taking, scribing, and reading, orientation to the campus, research assistance and classroom set-up
  • Assist with application, set up of equipment or other supports required by the student

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum one-year certificate with training as an Educational Assistant, Disability Services Worker, Child and Youth Worker, Developmental Service Worker or Personal Support Worker
  • One year of related experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Knowledge of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) customer service standards
  • Previous experience working with people with disabilities is an asset
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office and other computer skills
  • Understanding of Adaptive Technologies or willingness to learn

To Apply:
Please submit your detailed resume and cover letter vial email to Thania Morelos, Student Services Coordinator at tmorelos@georgebrown.ca

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).  The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants, however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Computerized Notetaker

Working up to 24 hour per week
$33.67 per hour
Job Status: Part-Time
Accessible Learning Services

The Accessible Learning Services department is seeking applications for part-time Computerized Notetakers for the GTA Colleges (Seneca, Sheridan, George Brown, Humber and Centennial) for Fall Semester 2018.

Qualifications:

  • Must have a minimum typing speed of 70 wpm
  • Experience in a post-secondary environment an asset
  • Must pass George Brown College's Computerized Notetaker Screening
  • Demonstrated basic word processing skills
  • Knowledge of Deaf Culture and Disability Services an asset
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of information
  • Ability to work in an environment where a diversity of people and situations are encountered
  • Please note the majority of shifts occur between 8am – 6pm Monday – Friday. A minimum of 6 hours (8am-6pm) 3 days per week (Mon-Fri) is required.

Duties:

  • Provide computerized notetaking for the Deaf and hard of hearing students in a variety of classroom settings
  • Communicate with students as to their preferred style of study notes
  • Consult with faculty regarding appropriate technical terminology to ensure accuracy
  • Send edited notes back to the student within 24 hours
  • Maintain confidentiality of information regarding students and all assignment related information

Laptop is required (we do not provide equipment)

Vehicle is required for travel between GTA campuses.

Please send your typing speed and resume to dhhs@georgebrown.ca

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants, however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Contact Centre - Student Experience & Business Services

Part-time Contact Centre Agent (up to 24 hours per week)
3 month contract with possibility of extension

Shift Hours may vary according to our Contact Centre's hours of operation:
Monday to Thursday 8:00am to 6:30pm
Fridays 8:00am to 4:30pm
Please note that this position is not suitable for currently registered full-time students.

The Contact Centre is the first point of contact to a variety of customer groups: prospective and current students, Continuing Education students, staff, Alumni, and college industry partners, and the general public.

The incumbent is a facilitator of student needs, examining and determining a correct course of action to be taken by the Contact Centre's customers.
The incumbent provides information and assistance by:

  • Providing directions to the college and referrals to another college employee or department.
  • Providing information on college services such as Student Affairs services, Student Association Services, Registrar's Office, Library Learning Commons, Bookstore, Inter-professional Learning Clinic, ITS Help Desk, Human Resources, college events and news.
  • Providing information to potential students on the programs and courses offered by the college, information sessions, orientation sessions, tours as well as explaining the application or registration process and options to potential Full time or Continuing Education students.
  • Explaining the processes and procedures for registration, withdrawal, refunds, grade appeals, admissions, records, financial assistance, financial accounts, account holds and other account inquiries.
  • Providing assistance with Identity Management processes, resetting passwords and web navigation for the self-serve password utility.

Qualifications:

  • Graduate of a college diploma or university degree in Business Administration or equivalent
  • Minimum 2 years customer service related experience
  • Demonstrates excellent keyboarding skills, web navigation and ability to learn new software applications quickly
  • Superior listening, communication and problem solving skills to deliver a high level of student and customer service
  • Experience working in a high volume call centre or student services department
  • Experience working with a diverse population

We are seeking an individual who is energized about providing exceptional customer service to join our dynamic team!
Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Sandip Gill, Contact Centre Co-ordinator: sgill@georgebrown.ca
George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants, however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Daycare Worker Positions – on Call - School of Early Childhood

George Brown College runs 12 child care centres located in the Greater Toronto Area, offering high quality child care to children and their families, and year-round programming for children from infancy to 12 years of age.

Duties and Responsibilities:

To assist in the supervision of the children in the program and follows the daily list of program activities and duties as explained and or posted in the room. – Including:

  • Assisting in the implementation of posted daily activities (indoor & outside).
  • Assisting with the ongoing supervision of playroom, playground, group and routine activities
  • Ensuring the overall health and safety of children enrolled in the program by maintaining a safe and sanitary environment. (e.g., follows through on "cleaning duties as posted").
  • Responds to children in a caring manner.
  • Must be able to lift between 5 to 20 Kg (children, furniture, play equipment etc.).

Education:
Certificate in Early Learning in progress or completed courses in Early Learning.

Must have a clear Vulnerable Police Records Check
Must have health assessment and immunization as required by the Ministry of Education.

Credentials:
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
First Aid Certificate

Experience:
More than six months of practical experience in the related field

Rate of pay $16.00 per hour (plus 4% in lieu of Benefits and 4% in lieu of Vacation)

To Apply:
Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to: cthorpe@georgebrown.ca, Carol Thorpe
Subject Line: Daycare Worker
We thank all interested applicants for responding, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

George Brown College is dedicated to employment equity and encourages applications from people of all genders, persons with disabilities, racial/visible minorities and indigenous peoples. George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Field Placement Coordinator, School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies


Part time/temporary position
Contract date: November 1, 2018 – April 26, 2019

This position is a 15 hour/week position and reports directly to the Manager, Academic Operations and Field Education.

DUTIES:
Student Support

  • Working actively with faculty to provide support to students completing placements.
  • Active outreach to all students through: coordination with Field Education faculty; information sessions and individual appointments.
  • Ongoing collaboration with students to assist them in securing placement through coaching and mentorship.

Placement Site Retention and Development

  • Development of collaborative relationships with current and new placement sites through: regular contact; training opportunities and appreciation events.
  • Implement efficient approaches to connect with agencies prior to students beginning to seek placement to confirm availability.
  • Ensure required affiliation agreements with field agencies are in place.
  • Ongoing development of new placement sites by outreach to the community and awareness of student's interest areas.
  • Work with agencies and faculty to ensure students are receiving a quality placement experience.
  • Collaborate with faculty to review and improve criteria for appropriate placement sites.

Maintenance and Distribution of Information

  • Provide training and support to students on how to access information in database and upload their resumes and cover letters.
  • Ensure all information on website pertaining to placement process is current.
  • Ensure information pertaining to the placement process for faculty; students and placement sites is current and readily available in hard and soft formats.
  • Ensure faculty advisors have all information pertaining to their student placements is available to them in a timely fashion (at least one week before the start of placement.)

Police Checks

  • Develop and operationalize an efficient and timely method of ensuring students are able to secure police checks through the program.
  • Maintain direct positive relationship with Toronto Police Services in regard to police check process.
  • Update faculty about changes to the police check process in a timely fashion.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Undergraduate degree in social sciences or related field.
  • Proven proficiency with providing excellent service to clients, students and staff.
  • Minimum 2 years' experience working independently and with a team supporting students/clients in job placement, recruitment and selection, employment coaching; combined with the demonstrated ability to facilitate the education and career preparation process for post-secondary students; combined with strong marketing and public relations experience working with industry related partners.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a large case load while balancing other duties with non-negotiable deadlines and conflicting priorities; high level of attention to detail.
  • Proven track record of success from past work experience in soliciting potential employers through various networking strategies (cold calls, professional associations, on site visits, etc.).
  • Must have excellent presentation skills and persuasion skills to succeed in securing placements for students in a very competitive environment. Proven skills with developing and delivering group presentations.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; proven mediation and negotiation skills to settle conflicts with students in the workplace; ability to problem solve issues before they escalate.
  • Strong abilities with computer software programs and adaptability to new systems and programs.
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize events and oversee the coordination of faculty and field related special events.
  • Ability to work in an environment where a diversity of people and situations are encountered.
  • Excellent knowledge and familiarity with the Interpreting and Deaf community
  • Excellent knowledge of agencies and organizations serving the Deaf and interpreting communities
  • Bilingual competence in ASL and English
  • Excellent knowledge and familiarity with the Intervenor and Deafblind Community
  • Excellent knowledge of agencies/organizations/school boards supporting individuals with both congenital and acquired deafblindness including all methods of communication utilized.
  • Understanding of the type of communication/skill level required for specific placements when matching applicable students.
  • Occasional travel is required, e.g., site visits, prospecting within GTA.

Interested applicants can submit their resume and covering letter to Esmeralda.Prifti@georgebrown.ca with subject heading: Application for Field Placement Coordinator. Open until filled.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants; however only applicants who are being considered will be contacted.

Field Placement Coordinator: Child and Youth Care Program, School of Social and Community Services / School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies

Part time/temporary position
Contract date: January 2 – June 28, 2019 (6 months with possibility of extension)

This position is a 24 hour/week position and reports directly to the Manager, Academic Operations and Field Education.

DUTIES:

Student Support

  • Working actively with faculty to provide support to students completing placements.
  • Active outreach to all students through: coordination with Field class faculty; information sessions and individual appointments.
  • Ongoing collaboration with students to assist them in securing their own placement through coaching and mentorship

Placement Site Retention and Development

  • Development of collaborative relationships with current and new placement sites through: regular contact; training opportunities and appreciation events.
  • Implement efficient approaches to connect with agencies prior to students beginning to seek placement to confirm availability.
  • Ensure required affiliation agreements with field agencies are in place.
  • Ongoing development of new placement sites by outreach to the community and awareness of student's interest areas.
  • Work with agencies and faculty to ensure students are receiving a quality placement experience.
  • Collaborate with faculty to review and improve criteria for appropriate placement sites.

Maintenance and Distribution of Information

  • Provide training and support to students on how to access information in database and upload their resumes and cover letters.
  • Ensure all information on website pertaining to placement process is current.
  • Ensure information pertaining to the placement process for faculty; students and placement sites is current and readily available in hard and soft formats.
  • Ensure faculty advisors have all information pertaining to their student placements is available to them in a timely fashion (at least one week before the start of placement.)

Police Checks

  • Develop and operationalize an efficient and timely method of ensuring students are able to secure police checks through the program.
  • Maintain direct positive relationship with Toronto Police Services in regard to police check process.
  • Update faculty about changes to the police check process in a timely fashion.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Undergraduate degree in social sciences or related field.
  • Proven proficiency with providing excellence service to customers, students and staff.
  • Minimum 5 years' experience working independently and with a team supporting students/clients in job placement, recruitment and selection, employment coaching; combined with the demonstrated ability to facilitate the education and career preparation process for post-secondary students; combined with strong marketing and public relations experience working with industry related partners.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a large case load while balancing other duties with non-negotiable deadlines and conflicting priorities; high level of attention to detail.
  • Proven track record of success from past work experience in soliciting potential employers through various networking strategies (cold calls, professional associations, on site visits, etc.).
  • Must have excellent presentation skills and persuasion skills to succeed in securing placements for students in a very competitive environment. Proven skills with developing and delivering group presentations.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; proven mediation and negotiation skills to settle conflicts with students in the workplace; ability to problem solve issues before they escalate.
  • Strong abilities with computer software programs and adaptability to new systems and programs.
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize events and oversee the coordination of faculty and field related special events.
  • Occasional travel is required, e.g., site visits, prospecting, etc.
  • Ability to work in an environment where a diversity of people and situations are encountered.

Interested applicants can submit their resume and covering letter to esmeralda.prifti@georgebrown.ca with subject heading: Application for Field Placement Coordinator. Deadline: Open until filled.

Intelligent Building Automation Systems Research Lab Coordinator - Office of Research and Innovation

Position Length: 6 months (with the possibility of extension)
Part-time 24 Hours/Week
Hourly Rate $30.00
Casa Loma Campus (primary location)
Start date:
June 2018
Application deadline: open until filled

Reporting directly to the Senior Project Manager, Research and Innovation, and in close coordination with the Industry Research Chair for Colleges (IRCC) for Smart Connected Buildings - Intelligent Building Automation Systems (IBAS), the IBAS Research Lab Coordinator will assist with the development and capacity-building of the IBAS research program, support student experiential learning through facilitating and coordinating collaborative real-world applied research projects between industry and College, and coordinate the ongoing set up and operation of the IBAS lab.

The Lab Coordinator oversees the day-to-day technical and operational aspects of the laboratory, including conducting some of the research activities and experimentation of the laboratory, ensuring the safe and proper use, care, calibration and maintenance of the laboratory's equipment and other research resources, such as databases. The Lab Coordinator also assists with project coordination activities, specifying equipment requirements and assisting with supervision of laboratory personnel. Other duties may include building experimental demonstrations; meeting with industry partners; preparing technical reports, and assisting students and faculties who are working on industry partner sponsored projects.

The Lab Coordinator will conduct duties in compliance with George Brown College and the Office of Research and Innovation policies. This includes, but is not limited to Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) compliance, Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) compliance, Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) compliance and college safety protocols.

Duties:
Laboratory and Operations Management

  1. Support the IRCC for Smart Connected Buildings - IBAS in all aspects of research program
  2. Support the set up and operation of the College IBAS Lab including install, calibrate, maintain and specify the instrumentation required for building automation research projects
  3. Support the IRCC and Research and Innovation as the technical liaison during industry partner meetings
  4. Support current and prospective industry partners with technical support requests
  5. Advise student teams on collaborative research projects with industry and public sector partners
  6. Provide logistical and technical support for special events
  7. Delivers project coordination support to the IRCC for all projects executed by the chair holder.
  8. Support faculty in preparing technical reports and also integration of research projects into curriculum

Personnel Supervision Support

  1. Supports in the supervision and mentorship of students in research activities in the laboratory.
  2. Provides guidance and expert advice to students on technical issues, safety procedures and regulatory compliance matters within the laboratory. Monitors operations to ensure compliance.
  3. Instructs and demonstrates analysis techniques and research procedures to students.
  4. Oversees training and orientation for new students or employees, ensuring they are familiar with laboratory operational requirements and the specifics of their applied research tasks.
  5. Support student experiential learning through facilitating and coordinating collaborative real-world applied research projects between industry and College

Research Operations

  1. Assist student teams and industry partners use and access IBAS equipment
  2. Performs background research and literature searches as needed, evaluates results and formulates recommendations as needed. Researches and determines the applicability of new technology and systems related to work.
  3. Supports the lead investigator in preparing grant applications, including researching requirements creating content
  4. Provides technical consultation, advice and instruction to student researchers; develops new, or modifies existing specialized techniques, test procedures and standards under general direction from Principal Investigator. Monitors safety and provides guidance on safe use of equipment.
  5. Assists in research project coordination, ensuring applied research projects are on track to meet the specified requirements.
  6. Assists professional staff in diagnosing causes of system, equipment or material failures. Identifies possible solutions to problems.
  7. Ensures that all data and analytical results are maintained in a satisfactory and valid manner.
  8. Works with internal and external partners to ensure effective implementation of joint experimental programs in support of collaborative research projects.
  9. Ensures that results are recorded, analyzed and disseminated in a timely and organized fashion. Assists with the preparation of research publications and presentations.
  10. Ensures that appropriate quality control and quality assurance procedures are established and maintained to assure the quality of laboratory operations and to identify problems as they occur.

Regulatory Management

  1. Ensures that security and safety protocols regarding Occupational Health and Safety codes are followed.
  2. Ensures adherence to all applicable regulatory requirements, including those applying to human subjects, hazardous materials, radiation, controlled goods, etc., all technical and operational staff, students and authorized equipment users.

Hours: 24 hours per week, 9 am - 5 pm (with some flexibility)

Qualifications: (The minimum acceptable levels of education, training, skills and experience)

  1. M.Sc. in Electronics, Computer Engineering, or Systems Design Eng., or an equivalent combination of educational qualifications and three to five years of relevant experience.
  2. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  3. Experience conducting research and /or laboratory operations.
  4. Excellent technical skills, analytical ability, judgment with a strong operational focus.
  5. Excellent interpersonal, technical, scientific and communications skills (written/verbal).
  6. Excellent team player

Preferred Skills:

  1. Working knowledge of the various sensors and instrumentations used for energy monitoring and control
  2. Working knowledge of Embedded systems design (Raspberry Pi and Arduino prototyping)
  3. Working knowledge of a programming language such as C++, Java, Python
  4. Working knowledge of networking and device communication (WiFi, Bluetooth,… ) is an asset
  5. Research or work experience in Building Automation Systems Design, installation, maintenance is an asset
  6. Experience with prototyping and R&D activities on smart sensors/devices, web-based dashboards is an asset
  7. Familiarity with the applications of Internet of Things (IoT) in smart homes/buildings is an asset
  8. Familiarity with the new trends in smart homes/buildings technologies and energy sector is an asset
  9. Experience supervising students is an asset
  10. Experience setting up equipment and experiments in support of research is an asset

To Apply: Interested applicants are invited to submit their merged cover letter and resume to Juan Sarmiento, Sr. Project Manager at George Brown College, at research@georgebrown.ca. To be considered, please reference "IRCC Research Lab Coordinator" in the subject line of your email.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.
We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Online – Telephone Counsellor, Academic Services & Student Affairs

Location: St. James Campus Duration: Immediately to April 2019

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Manager of Counselling and Student Well-Being, the Online-Telephone Counsellor plays an important role in assisting students to care for their holistic well-being, connect with the college community, and achieve academic success through the provision of professional counselling services online and via telephone. The Online-Telephone Counsellor will assist in the piloting of a new app based mental health program called Bean Bag Chat as well as provide referrals to internal and external supports. Based at Waterfront campus, the Online-Telephone Counsellor works collaboratively with members of the Student Well-Being team comprised of Counselling services, PeerConnect, and the Healthy Campus Initiative.

This is a contract part-time position, 24 hours per week working at the St. James Campus, ASAP to April 2019.

What responsibilities will you have in this role?

  • Serve as the counselling lead for online and telephone counselling.
  • Contribute to the development and piloting of Bean Bag chat, video and telephone counselling services including policies, procedures, evaluation, intake and assessment processes.
  • Provide trauma informed and culturally responsive mental health and well-being support to students.
  • Facilitate online psychoeducational and/or therapeutic groups.
  • Develop tools to track project impact and student experience and report to the Manager of Counselling and Student Wellbeing.
  • Provide online/telephone crisis intervention and suicide assessments, safety planning and referrals to students.
  • Engages in online outreach activities across the college and with students in off campus placements.
  • Determines accessible strategies to address student wellbeing needs and develops tailored resource sheets, infographics and videos around mental health and wellbeing.
  • Works collaboratively as part of an interdisciplinary student service team and shares expertise.
  • Completes other duties as assigned.

What qualifications do you need for this role?

  • Masters level degree in relevant field: (Social Work or Counselling Psychology).
  • Must be registered and in good standing to practice psychotherapy in the province of Ontario (e.g., RSW or RP).
  • Minimum five years counselling experience with demonstrated counselling effectiveness working online and/or via telephone.
  • Extensive experience conducting crisis assessments and interventions online and via telephone.
  • Experience working with students in a post-secondary environment and/or community based social service agency is preferred.
  • Proven knowledge and expertise in using counselling theory and techniques online and via telephone such as brief, solution-focused, strengths-based approaches, and behavioural therapies.
  • Clear understanding of culturally responsive counselling, anti-oppressive practice, recovery model and equity.
  • Strong technical and organizational skills with solid file keeping and clinical documentation skills.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency with solid understanding of online, social media (Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp) and web technologies, standard spreadsheets, experience with Clockwork database software is an asset.
  • Knowledge of privacy and confidentiality legislation and current standards of professional practice online and via telephone.
  • Experience creating and facilitating online workshops is an asset.
  • Flexibility in adapting to change and in participating in consultative decision-making processes.
  • Excellent interpersonal, outreach, teamwork and partnership development skills.
  • Strong commitment to student support, social justice, diversity and equity.
  • Fluency in other languages common in the student population is a strong asset.

Note: All prospective staff being considered for this position will be required to undergo a Police Vulnerable Sector Check.

The College requires proof of degrees, credentials or equivalencies from accredited regional or federal post-secondary institutions and/or their foreign equivalents. Credentials may require validation at the time of interviews.

To Apply:

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Tenniel Rock, Manager, Counselling and Student Well-Being, Student Affairs via email: trock@georgebrown.ca . Please include "Online Telephone Counsellor PT" in the subject heading.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. Posting remains in effect until the positions are filled. We thank all applicants; however only applicants who are being considered will be contacted.

Part–time Learning Strategist, Student Affairs, Accessible Learning Services

Location: St. James Campus
Effective Date: January 2019
Position Summary: The Learning Strategist (LS) works collaboratively on the Accessible Learning Services team to provide effective interventions and supports for students with disabilities in programming at George Brown College. Accessibility Consultants refer students to the LS for specialized guidance and support, delivered one-on-one in tailored sessions. The Learning Strategist also delivers learning support sessions to small groups and through workshops. This is a part-time position, working at the St. James campus from January 2019 with the possibility of renewal in the summer.

Duties:

  • Meets with students one-on-one to provide learning strategy support, guidance, and coaching
  • Applies knowledge of common barriers and functional limitations related to a full range of disability types with a special focus on learning disabilities, mental health, autism spectrum, and ADHD to determine appropriate session content, materials and approaches
  • Interprets psycho educational and neuropsychological reports for students, helping them to understand functional limitations, challenges, and potential strategies; helps student to understand their own learning experiences and what might work for them, focusing on student growth and development
  • Integrates technological solutions (e.g. screen readers, smart phone apps) into student meetings to support student development in organization, time management and learning challenges
  • Develops and delivers workshops to faculty, students, and peer tutors/coaches as needed on a variety of learning strategy topics at appropriate times through the academic cycle; provides guidance and education as requested to staff
  • Develops promotional learning materials, learning tips and newsletter articles for staff and students.
  • Tracks, records and reports student progress using professional notes format; completes departmental reports as required and stays on top of all administrative tasks required in the role
  • Coordinates summer transition programming planning and delivery and other projects, as needed.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in a related field (Education, Psychology, or Social Work) with specialized training in one or more of the following areas: learning disabilities, mental health concerns, ADHD, autism
  • Three to five years' experience working with adult students with learning differences.
  • Knowledgeable about the concepts of learning strategy teaching and two to three years' experience in applying this knowledge when working with adult students.
  • Experience working in an educational setting, ideally a post-secondary institution
  • Qualified to interpret psycho educational and psycho vocational instruments and implement learning strategies for students based on their individual results.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver engaging and relevant workshops and information/training sessions; advanced communication and interpersonal skills
  • Positive and collaborative, with strong skills working within and across teams; strong skills in conflict resolution and solution-focused problem-solving
  • Current and effective technology-related skills (MS 365, Clockwork, adaptive technology, online research, etc.)
  • Demonstrated commitment to excellence in service delivery; alignment with values of increasing access, engagement, and inclusion within a post-secondary environment
  • Experience working in a professional environment, applying policies; advanced understanding of consent, privacy and referrals between professionals

Note: All prospective staff being considered for this position will be required to undergo a criminal reference check.

To Apply:
Please submit the following: Cover letter and a detailed resume to: Carmen Cubillan, Student Affairs, carmen.cubillan@georgebrown.ca
Please include "Part-Time Learning Strategist" in the subject heading. Closing: December 6, 2018

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. Posting remains in effect until the positions are filled. We thank all applicants; however only applicants who are being considered will be contacted.

Reception / Student Support Clerk, School of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Department of English & Communication, Centre for Preparatory and Liberal Studies

Temporary/Part Time Contract Position (Up to 24 hours per week)

The incumbent is responsible for providing front-line client services support to all students, faculty, staff and visitors to the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences (General Arts and Sciences program, General Education and Liberal Arts elective courses) and the Department of English and Communication. This entails serving a high volume of students, responding to questions, and providing assistance to individuals in selecting, registering, dropping or changing courses; and applying for transfer credits, in person, on the phone and by email. The incumbent also provides support to the Chairs and Operations Manager of Liberal Arts & Sciences and English & Communication with other departmental activities and/or events.

Location & Hours: 6 hours per day (9am to 4pm, with 1 hour unpaid lunch break), 4 days per week (Monday to Thursday). During semester start-up hours may be increased to 35 per week. The position will be located at the St. James campus, 200 King Street East, with occasional travel to other campuses during busy times or for meetings.  

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Responding to questions and inquiries from students, faculty and visitors received by telephone, mail, email and or in-person regarding GBC policies, critical dates and general college information, in accordance with departmental service standards.
  • Escalating complex student issues and inquiries to the Manager of Operations.
  • Assisting students in selecting and registering for electives and communication courses, and providing information regarding transfer credit requirements, English placement assessments, and other ancillary services (e.g., TLC, Accessibility Services, Counselling.)
  • Assisting students in applying for transfer credits using the online submission system.
  • Assisting students applying for prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR).
  • Navigating BANNER and StuView databases to provide special authorization for students to add/drop courses; and to process grade changes.
  • Assisting faculty members in matters pertaining to the office and departmental protocols.
  • Updating and maintaining department/school information posted in public spaces (both physical and online).
  • Ordering supplies; preparing general correspondence, and sorting and distributing mail.
  • Maintaining and archiving department documents including credit transfer files and exams.
  • Back up for updating elective spreadsheet and Comm classes tracking spreadsheet daily during start up periods.
  • Scheduling and arranging internal and external appointments, meetings and travel arrangements, room bookings, catering and equipment requirements and preparing materials for distribution.
  • Reporting facility problems such as building maintenance, lighting, photocopy paper supply, photocopier repair, classroom ventilation.
  • Arranging room access for staff and faculty
  • Assisting with orientation activities
  • Back up for Administrative Assistants to prepare and track contracts for staff and faculty
  • Assisting Dean's assistant with departmental events.
  • Other duties as assigned including project work and divisional activities.

Required Education, Experience, Skills

  • Three-year diploma or degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in Business or Office Administration and/or equivalent experience or educational background
  • Minimum two years office experience, providing high level customer service to a diverse clientele in a service/educational setting
  • Superior customer service and communication skills
  • Intermediate skill level on Microsoft Office; excellent knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets and relational databases
  • Exceptional problem-solving skills; ability to troubleshoot and resolve conflict exercising tact, discretion and sound judgment; ability to prioritize
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills; ability to cope under pressure associated with the management of numerous high-volume tasks in a busy service environment; high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Proficiency in Banner is an asset.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Meadow Larkins, Manager of Operations, School of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Department of English & Communication at George Brown College. Email: mlarkins@georgebrown.ca, by Monday, December 10.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).  The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Student Recruitment/Telemarketing Representative - Centre for Continuous Learning

Part-Time Contract Position (up to 24 hours per week – evenings & weekends.)

Corporate Profile:
The position is a student recruitment and service role, with George Brown College, Centre for Continuous Learning, focused on student recruitment for the Electronics, Electromechanical, Programmable Logic Controllers, Robotics and Automation technical training certificate programs, (see www.gbctechtraining.com). The position operates as part of the distance education department, at the Casa Loma Campus of GBC.

Job Description:
Responsibilities of the position include conducting outbound telemarketing campaigns and responding to inbound inquiries and service calls. This includes providing information to, building relationships with, and facilitating registrations of, prospective students into these programs.

Knowledge and Skills:
Applicants must have a high school diploma, or equivalent, as well as solid telesales experience and skills. College or University credentials in a technical subject area are preferred, but not essential. Experience in a call center would be an asset. Applicants must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills with a professional phone manner. Must be energetic, articulate and 100% fluent in English. Strong interpersonal skills are required to work effectively in a busy, team-based, recruitment-focused organization.

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter by March 16, 2018, by email, to GBC Tech – Continuous Learning, Gbctech@georgebrown.ca.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Tutor - Accessible Learning Services

Temporary/Part-Time Contract Position (up to 24 hrs./week)
Hourly rate based on experience and qualifications

Position Summary:

Accessible Learning Services is seeking part-time tutors to provide one-on-one academic support to students with disabilities in specific subject areas. They provide assistance and guidance on concepts students have already learned in class in order to facilitate independent learning.

Duties:

  • Help tutee identify their strengths and weaknesses in a particular subject area
  • Provide academic assistance by personalizing instruction and reviewing course material
  • Help tutees develop effective learning strategies
  • Facilitate independent learning by helping tutees discover their own answers and insights
  • Refer to other resources of services at the college that can support student's learning

Qualifications:

  • Completed relevant diploma or degree in one of the following areas: General Arts and Science, Business, Accounting, Social Sciences, Hospitality and Culinary Arts, Health Sciences, Construction and Engineering Technologies.
  • Previous experience as a tutor, mentor or coach
  • Well organized, able to explain concepts clearly
  • Committed to helping others
  • Patient and respectful of others
  • Demonstrated strong academic performance
  • Positive attitude towards learning
  • Knowledge of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) customer service standards
  • Previous experience working with people with disabilities is an asset.

To Apply:

Please submit your detailed resume and cover letter via email to Thania Morelos, Student Services Coordinator, Academic & Student Affairs, tmorelos@georgebrown.ca.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Volunteer Program Coordination

  • Coordinate Volunteer Program activities, including recruitment, training, feedback, and outreach to current and potential volunteer partners both external and internal to the College
  • Recruit volunteers through various channels and create and carry out marketing and outreach initiatives to increase awareness, visibility and participation in the Volunteer Program
  • Ensure ongoing refinement of the volunteer application process and training materials to expand on opportunities for newcomer and international students
  • Screen, interview, select and oversee student volunteers and lead volunteers & volunteer captains
  • Communicate effectively and professionally with external community partners

Administrative Activities

  • Daily set up and maintenance of the Student Success Centre; responsible for keeping the Centre organized, ensuring resources and information are sufficient, current and accurate
  • Provide administrative support to the program including booking equipment, placing orders for catering, organizing meetings and ordering office supplies
  • Provide administrative and logistical support for the planning and delivery of Student Success initiatives.
  • Develop filing systems and manage information pertaining to volunteer, event and workshop initiatives (daily, weekly, monthly) and compile data collection results in spreadsheets and reports for Student Success Initiatives Coordinator
  • Track and escalate issues, solve problems, and provide support to Student Success Coaches in dealing with challenging situations; inform the Student Success Coordinator daily of challenges and successes regarding the Success Team and Success Centre
  • Create communications, marketing materials, and tracking documents for Student Success activities
  • Coordinate regular communication with Success Coaches regarding work assignments, resource-finding, work expectations and responsibilities, data input and following plans approved by and under the direction of the Student Success Initiatives Coordinator

Qualifications: (The minimum acceptable levels of education, training, skills and experience)

  • Three year diploma or degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in Business or Office Administration and/or equivalent experience or educational background
  • Minimum two years office experience in providing high level customer service to a diverse clientele in a service/educational setting
  • Minimum two years event coordination experience including managing all aspects of an event from start to finish
  • Superior customer service and communication skills
  • Advanced skill level on Microsoft Office; excellent knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets and relational databases
  • Proficient with Social Media Platforms for marketing and outreach
  • Fluent in written and oral English and proficiency in a second language is an asset
  • Exceptional problem solving skills; ability to troubleshoot and resolve conflict exercising tact, discretion and sound judgment; ability to prioritize.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills; ability to cope under pressure associated with the management of numerous high volume tasks in a busy service environment; high level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member
  • Ability to work in an environment where diversity of people and situations are encountered

To Apply: Please send your cover letter and resume (combined into one document) via email to Dorothy van Grootheest, Student Success Initiatives Coordinator, at eslstudentsuccess@georgebrown.ca by: Friday, March 9, 2018 by 5 p.m.
We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.
George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

Welcome Desk Reception

SALARY: Support Staff Part-time
DIVISION: Student Affairs: Accessible Learning Services and Counselling Services
CAMPUS: Casa Loma
STATUS: Part-time

EFFECTIVE DATE: December 2018

The Welcome Desk Clerk provides staffing to the reception area for Counselling Services and Accessible Learning Services on a part-time basis. The successful applicant will have a friendly and professional approach to interacting with students, a high level of accuracy implementing booking policies and a respectful and calm manner when responding to any urgent or unique student requests for support.

DUTIES:

  • Respond to student requests for appointments with Counselling Services and Accessible Learning Services which may be received through walk-in requests, phone calls and emails.
  • Provide accurate information about the departments, intake processes, and other parts of the College, as needed.
  • Ensure student files are kept confidential and up to date.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Demonstrated experience and commitment to excellence in customer service
  • Anti-oppressive, collaborative approach to working in a team environment with diverse student needs
  • Good communication, problem solving skills and conflict resolution skills
  • Strong computer skills (experience with databases and Microsoft office)

The College requires proof of degrees, credentials or equivalencies from accredited regional or federal post secondary institutions and/or their international equivalents. Credentials may require validation at the time of interviews.

TO APPLY: Please submit the following: Letter of application, a detailed resume, and 3 references including names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers to:

Anne Moore, Manager, Accessible Learning Service: Anne.moore@georgebrown.ca

Closing: December 3, 2018

George Brown College is dedicated to employment equity and encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, racial/visible minorities and aboriginal peoples.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

Continuing Education

Centre for Continuous Learning Technology, Trades and IT Programs - Building/Construction Technologies

Qualified candidates will hold a current license/certificate in the trade, must have a minimum of five years experience in the field and are experienced teachers/trainers. Please email resume jmulholl@georgebrown.ca. Thank you for your interest in teaching with the George Brown College Continuing Education, Technology, Trades and IT departments.

  • Construction Engineering and Management
  • Construction Safety
  • Building Science and Sustainability (LEED)
  • Carpentry
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Building Inspection
  • Drafting
  • Architecture

Qualified candidates will hold a current license/certificate in the trade, must have a minimum of five years experience in the field and are experienced teachers/trainers. Please email resume Kristine.Bucais@georgebrown.ca. Thank you for your interest in teaching with the George Brown College Continuing Education, Technology, Trades and IT departments.

  • Building Code

ALL OTHER CONTINUOUS LEARNING TECHNOLOGY, TRADES AND IT PROGRAMS

Qualified candidates will hold a current license/certificate in the trade, must have a minimum of five years experience in the field and are experienced teachers/trainers. Please email resume to: Musarrat.Saiyed@georgebrown.ca. Thank you for your interest in teaching with the George Brown College Continuing Education, Technology, Trades and IT departments.

ELECTRICS/ELECTRONICS

  • PLC

GAS/HVAC/REFRIGERATION

  • Gas Technician Instructors
  • Refrigeration/A/C Instructors
  • CFC's Instructors

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

  • Welding
  • Machinist
  • Mechanical Maintenance

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • Networking
  • Programming

DISTANCE EDUCATION/BUSINESS AND LEGAL STUDIES

  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.
We thank all applicants; however only those under consideration for an interview will be contacted.

Registered Nurses - Centre for Continuous Learning, Nursing programs

The Centre for Continuous Learning is now hiring qualified practicing Registered Nurses to work as part-time instructors providing specialty education. If you possess a master's degree in nursing or equivalent or are pursuing a graduate degree, and have current experience in Acute care, Community Care, Cardiology, or Complex Continuing Care, you may be interested in applying. Experience with Interprofessional Education, simulation, and teaching Distance Education courses is an asset.

Interested applicants are asked to submit their resume to Pat Marten-Daniel, Chair, Con-ed Nursing Programs, at George Brown College by e-mail at pmarten@georgebrown.ca

Please note that only those who will be considered for an interview will be contacted.

Student Recruitment/Telemarketing Representative - Centre for Continuous Learning

Part-Time Contract Position (up to 24 hours per week - evenings & weekends)

The position is a sales and service role in the Centre for Continuous Learning that is focused on student recruitment for the Electronics, Electromechanical, Programmable Logic Controllers, Automation and Robotics distance education technical certificate programs within our marketing/student support center. See www.gbctechtraining.com for details about these programs. Responsibilities of this position include conducting outbound telemarketing campaigns and responding to inbound sales and service calls.

Applicants must have a high school diploma, or equivalent, as well as previous experience in telesales or recruitment. A college diploma in a related technical subject area preferred, but not essential. Applicants must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills with a professional phone manner. Strong interpersonal skills are required to work effectively in a busy, team-based, sales and marketing focused organization.

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter via email to Brenda Yip, Manager, Distance Education, Ontario Learn & Finance, byip@georgebrown.ca.

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants; however only applicants that are being considered will be contacted.

Teaching Positions - Fashion and Creative Arts

Fashion and Creative Arts welcomes resume submissions from all qualified applicants. Resumes will be kept on file for potential teaching opportunities in the following fields:

Fashion
Jewellery
Interior Decorating
Wedding Planning
Teaching Classical Yoga

Qualified applicants must have formal training as well have a minimum of 5 years' experience in the respective field. Candidates with teaching and training experience preferred.

To Apply:

Please send a PDF of cover letter and resume via email to Desiree Cortes, Coordinator, at dcortes@georgebrown.ca. Include your full name and what the document is (Cover, Resume/CV) in the "File Name or Title" - e.g. "John Smith _Cover.pdf", "John Smith_Resume.pdf"

George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Hiring Manager responsible for the recruitment for thisposition will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

We thank all applicants; however only those under consideration for an interview will be contacted.

George Brown College is dedicated to employment equity and encourages applications from people of all genders, persons with disabilities, racial/visible minorities and indigenous peoples. George Brown College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Human Resources representative responsible for the recruitment for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.