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Employment & Volunteer Opportunities
International News is located on the campus of the University of Waterloo. It is a 24/7 convenience store that provides students, staff and faculty with a variety of grab and go options, hot entrees, coffee, pastries and traditional convenience store offerings. We are looking for an individual to work 11pm to 7am, 2-3 shifts per week, Wednesday, Thursday and alternating Fridays.
The Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) Office Assistant provides front-line support to undergraduate students and other WUSA guests regarding all programs, services and initiatives offered by the organization. This role will also assist the marketing and communications departments with other administrative related projects as required.
The Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) Graphic Designer is part of a dynamic team of paid undergraduate student staff that assist in the advertising of WUSA's advocacy initiatives,special events, clubs, student government, societies, student services and commercial services with the goal to enhance student awareness of WUSA and all programs, services and initiatives that it coordinates.
International News is located on the campus of the University of Waterloo. It is a 24/7 convenience store that provides students, staff and faculty with a variety of grab and go options, hot entrees, coffee, pastries and traditional convenience store offerings.
To further the Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) engagement with and amplifying the student voice at Waterloo, the WUSA Promotional Representatives operate on three key values: confidence, optimism and approachability. The team is composed of outgoing and positive students who assist in strategic marketing and planned promotions with the goal to enhance student awareness of WUSA and all programs, services, and initiatives that it coordinates.
Responsible for assistance with oversight of Finances, budget compliance, budget deviation and amendment, as well as review and supporting the approval process for subsidiary society and affiliate budgets. Coordinate research efforts in financial planning, capital budgeting and capital improvement planning, and preparation of reports for the Vice President, Operations & Finance as well as the Budget & Appropriations Committee. Supports the Internal Funding Committee in supervision of Endowment Funds including the Enterprise, Opportunity, and Innovation (EOI) Fund and the Student Life Endowment Fund (SLEF).
The WUSA Graphic Designer is part of a dynamic team of paid undergraduate student staff that assist in the advertising of WUSA's advocacy initiatives, special events, clubs,student government, societies, student services and commercial services with the goal to enhance student awareness of WUSA and all programs, services and initiatives that it coordinates.
This role assists students in understanding the grievances, petitions and appeals processes at the university. Works closely with students, occassionally on tight timelines, to help them understand academic policy. See more details on Leads. https://leads.uwaterloo.ca/Advertisement/Details/3072
This role is the Federation of Students point person on co-op. Passion for advocating for students a must, comprehensive knowledge of co-op is not. Apply on Leads until June 21st. https://leads.uwaterloo.ca/Advertisement/Details/3073
We are looking for mystery shoppers (MS) with an eye for detail to evaluate our restaurants, services and retail stores. The Mystery Shop program is a paid gig, you’ll receive free meals, and it easily fits into your schedule.
Working in a team environment, the successful candidate will be responsible for preparing and packaging the various items that the Kitchen prepares.
Apply for OUSA General Assembly to attend an expenses-paid Friday through Saturday Conference the first weekend of November to discuss provincial policy, and represent Waterloo students to the Ontario Undergraduate Student Association at a series of policy breakouts and a meeting. Some commitment ahead of the conference will be required for training and discussion
UWaterloo Library has announced the launching of a new committee -- the Library Student Advisory Committee (LSAC). The library is looking to engage students to help shape and develop library spaces, services, and resources that can best meet students’ diverse needs.
We are looking for students who are interested in ensuring the success of WUSA events throughout the term. This is mainly a SETUP and TAKEDOWN crew. There will be other opportunities for involvement in events, however, successful applicants will be mainly working to ensure events are setup in time and/or taken down in a timely manner.
All Wellness Days Team Members are accountable to the Special Events Coordinator and the VP Student Life of the Federation of Students with guidance from the University of Waterloo Athletics and Peer Health Education.
All Wellness Days Team Members are accountable to the Special Events Coordinator with guidance from the University of Waterloo Athletics and Peer Health Education.
The Wellness Days Coordinator is accountable to the Special Events Coordinator with guidance from the University of Waterloo Athletics and Peer Health Education to ensure the successful implantation of Wellness Days events.
Welcome Week is a termly week of events that is intended to welcome new and returning students to campus at the beginning of the term. All Welcome Team Members will execute campus-wide events throughout the week and act as a representative of the Federation of Students to ensure University of Waterloo students have the opportunity to participate in fun and engaging events to enrich their student experience beyond academics.
Fall Welcome Week is an annual week-long event in the Fall term that is intended to welcome new and returning students to campus for the Fall term. Welcome Week Coordinators will need to be flexible and work closely with and lead others. This will require clear analytical thinking and excellent interpersonal skills with a desire for implementing on campus events. Successful candidates will be positive role models for their peers both personally and academically.
The Federation of Students (Feds) is seeking a team of motivated students who are passionate about peer-to-peer support and getting involved with our more than 250 clubs. The Clubs Support Team mandate is to serve, empower, and represent the Feds’ clubs. The goal is to assist clubs carry out both their club purpose, as well as their current club goals.
Using REVISE, the Service Agent provides revision and special ballot voting services to electors at the Extra Service Point voting locations on/near campus.
Are you an undergrad in your final year of study looking for a full-time opportunity commencing in the summer of 2020? We have an exciting opportunity for you!