Student Employment Opportunities

Leadership Programs




Student Employment Opportunities

Student facilitators are vital to Foundations in Leadership. We're looking to hire students who possess the right attitude and skills to successfully facilitate and administer our programming. 

Personal Counseling/Leadership Development Peer

Responsibilities:

PCLDPs are peer trainers for the Foundations in Leadership Practicum Series which provides training to interested Brock students, staff and faculty in the areas of Interpersonal Communications, Problem Solving and Conflict Management, Group Work, and Leadership Style. Each of the four practica in the leadership series runs for two hours per week over a 6-week period. The PCLDPs must learn the theories and skills of the practica sufficiently well to take on the facilitator role and deliver the program, including coaching during sessions and evaluating written assignments. In addition to the time spent leading practica, PCLDPs will attend weekly team meetings and service training opportunities to enhance their own leadership skills and abilities.

 

PCLDPs work closely with the Leadership Administration Peer to complete a number of administrative duties associated with the practica, including but not limited to: preparing materials such as handouts and certificates, developing and executing marketing plans, making presentations about the program, and record keeping.

 

PCLDPs may also assist with other programming associated with Student Services.  These programs may include the Student Leadership Innovation Commons, Health Fair, November Fall Preview, LEAP, and other community events. 

Weekly hours: 7-10

 

    Job Type:

Part-Time

   

 

      Salary:

$11.75/hour (starting pay)

Facilitator training involves apprentice-style shadowing with a senior PCLDP to develop leadership and facilitation skills.

PCLDPs are given remuneration to complete Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum levels in order to gain a full understanding of materials and concepts prior to facilitating.

Various training sessions (a couple Saturdays or Sundays) throughout the year to develop skills in the areas of: self-reflection, collaboration, conflict management, and group process.

Weekly team meetings to strengthen team  relationship and discuss best practices

 

Qualifications:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other:

  • Strong communication and presentation skills
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal abilities
  • Ability to facilitate a diverse audience in key leadership areas
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Organization and administrative skills
  • Experience in training, leadership, education or communication an asset
  • Prior experience with the Foundations in Leadership Series and certification at a bronze level is highly regarded

  • Preference given to those who have been involved with the Foundations in Leadership Practicum Series & who are available for more than one year of service.

 

Leadership Administration Peer

Responsibilities:

The Foundations in Leadership Practicum Series provides training to interested Brock students, staff and faculty in the areas of Interpersonal Communications, Problem Solving and Conflict Management, Group Work, and Leadership Style. The primary responsibility of the LAP is to provide administrative assistance to the Foundations in Leadership program peers and coordinators by performing a variety of tasks including:

  • Managing the online registration system for Foundations in Leadership
  • Preparing materials and manage supplies for program facilitators
  • Overseeing the administrative logistics - photocopying, meeting minute taking, space bookings, maintaining facilitator files, registration, website, attendance tracking, record keeping, etc.
  • Compiling and tabulating the Foundations in Leadership participant evaluations
  • Attending weekly meetings to address administrative & logistical items
  • Maintain social media sites and other marketing strategies
  • Assisting with other programming coming out of Personal Counselling and Leadership Services (i.e. presenting at the Health Fair booth or Spring Open House, etc.)
  • Other tasks as associated with the service as assigned by the Coordinator 

Positions:

1

 

    Job Type:

Part-Time

Weekly Hours:

 

10

 

Salary:

 $10.75/hour
 

Qualifications:



  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Strong communication skills
  • Sound judgment
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to multi-task and manage time effectively
  • Ability to follow directions and meet deadlines
  • MS Office (i.e. Word & Excel) and data entry skills

How to apply
Please email your resume, cover letter and Experience Works eligibility form to Rachel Crane, Student Leadership & Engagement Coordinator (rachel.crane@brocku.ca).

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