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Technology Educator

Engineering Outreach at the Faculty of Engineering is looking for a bilingual Bachelor of Education student who is interested in teaching full-time as of May 1, 2018.  The Technology Educator will be trained on all equipment and tools required for the job.  He/she will deliver technology workshops in-school (elementary and secondary) during the school year.  In the summer, he/she will teach a design course on-campus to high school students. 

Essential Qualifications

Perfectly bilingual (French and English, written and spoken)
Valid driver’s license (G or class 5)
Completion of Bachelor of Education program by May 2018

Apply online by no later than January 21, 2018.

The University of Ottawa is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage applications from women, Aboriginals, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.


Assistant to the Liaison and Communications Officer (Job 267 - 2018)

Unit: Marketing and Communications, Faculty of Engineering
Job reports to: Liaison and Communications Officer, Faculty of Engineering
Hourly rate: $ 16.00 / hour (10 hours / week)
Employment Period: January 8th to April 20th, 2018

Job Summary

The Assistant to the Liaison and Communications Officer will provide support for the various tasks associated with liaison and communication, such as assisting in preparing and sending correspondence, developing publications and promotional materials, event organization, promotion, and other administrative tasks. The candidate will participate in various administrative tasks as well as orientation activities as required by the Marketing and Communications team.
The assistant will also act as a resource person for faculty tours and laboratory visits.

Essential qualities

  • Be accepted by the work-study program plan (financial assistance)
  • Communicate clearly orally and in writing in both official languages
  • Demonstrate resourcefulness and autonomy
  • Demonstrate communication skills, organization and leadership
  • Be comfortable with working in a computerized environment (Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, Outlook)
  • Have a good academic record
  • Understand and respect the confidentiality of student records
  • Have knowledge about undergraduate programs and services at the Faculty of Engineering

Priority will be given to student(s) in engineering and computer science.

Further details

  • Communicates with students (present and potential), professors, employees, members of the academic community and industry members
  • Helps to prepare and organize events (preparation, implementation, cleaning); reports made following the events
  • Contributes to the development of promotional materials and publications related to recruitment activities and liaison, and conducts research if necessary
  • Keeps up to date on news and events related to the Faculty of Engineering
  • Develops and maintains relationships with student associations and clubs
  • Contributes content to update our website
  • Supports the Liaison and Communications Officer in the organization of the Faculty of Engineering tours.
  • Supports the Liaison and Communications Officer in various administrative tasks.

Applications must be submitted through the uOttawa Work Study Program through uoZone.


Marketing and Communications Assistant (Job 269 - 2018)

Unit: Marketing and Communications, Faculty of Engineering
Job reports to: Marketing and Communications Manager, Faculty of Engineering
Hourly rate: $ 16.00 / hour (15 h / week)
Employment Period: January 8th to April 20th, 2018

Job Summary

The Marketing and Communications Assistant will provide support for the various tasks associated with the marketing and communications activities, such as event organization, preparation of communications, development of publications and promotional material, development and implementation of communication plans, as well as content for the faculty website, and other administrative tasks. The candidate will participate in the various events he/she has helped organize in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications team.

Further details

  • Manages the logistics, in collaboration with the Manager of Marketing and Communications, of faculty events for undergraduate and graduate students (examples of events: Ceremonies of excellence, Entrepreneurship and Innovation competitions, Graduate poster competition, etc…)
  • Helps to develop and implement communications plan for the promotion of Faculty events and projects
  • Communicates with students (present and potential), professors, employees, members of the academic community and industry members
  • Prepares post-mortem reports following events and offers recommendations
  • Contributes to the development of promotional materials and publications related to faculty activities and conducts research as necessary
  • Develops and creates content for the Faculty website
  • Keeps up to date on news and events related to the Faculty of Engineering
  • Supports the Marketing and Communications Manager and Officer in various tasks related to the position

Essential qualities

  • Be accepted by the work-study program plan (financial assistance)
  • Communicate clearly orally and in writing in both official languages
  • Demonstrate resourcefulness and autonomy
  • Experience in event organization is an asset
  • Demonstrate particular attention to details
  • Demonstrate good communication skills, organization and leadership
  • Be comfortable with working in a computerized environment (Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, Outlook)
  • Have a good academic record
  • Experience in photography and video production/editing is an asset

Priority will be given to student (s) in engineering, computer science, communications, translation or marketing.

Applications must be submitted through the uOttawa Work Study Program through uoZone.


Mentor (student)

The Engineering and Computer Science Mentoring Centre (The Workshop) is looking for undergraduate 2nd year (or higher) engineering or computer science students from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Engineering who are interested in becoming mentors for the winter 2018 semester.

Work-Study contract dates: January - April  2018

Job Summary

The Student Mentors are hired to assist specific groups of students who are seeking guidance in academic and non-academic areas. Specifically, the Mentors work individually or in groups with students to help them develop learning strategies, and habits needed for their personal, professional and academic development.  They are also there to help students define their goals and learn how to use other campus services that can contribute to their success at university.

Qualifications

  • Qualify for the Work-Study Program
  • Be an officially registered student in at least second year in the Faculty of Engineering
  • Display leadership, initiative, communication and organizational skills
  • Have a proven ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • Be in good academic standing
  • Master one of the official languages
  • Be able to speak both official languages (an asset)

Specific Duties

  • Attend compulsory training sessions given by SASS personnel
  • Organize and lead study group sessions
  • Design activities and exercises to help students assimilate course content and acquire learning strategies to develop their academic potential
  • Assist students in building study skills
  • Attend regular meetings with the team supervisor and other Student Mentors
  • Record attendance information during study group sessions, and keep a journal of activities, questions, problems and successes
  • Learn about other resources on campus in order to refer students to the appropriate place

This application will be available from December 1st to 10th, 2017.

Questions? E-mail us at engineering.mentor@uottawa.ca

Applications must be submitted through the uOttawa Work Study Program through uoZone.

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