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The following union position is available to internal bargaining unit members only. Bargaining unit members interested in this position are requested to apply in writing by completing an 'Application for Transfer' form and forwarding it to: Department of Human Resources on or before 4:00 pm on the posting closing date. Please note: Union positions are covered by the union collective agreement, therefore, please be aware that we must allow our qualified unionized staff the first opportunity for transfer or promotion to these positions. This opportunity is not available to external applicants.

CAW 2458 FT

SECRETARY TO THE ASSOCIATE DEAN (PRE-SERVICE)/PROGRAM SECRETARY, PRE-SERVICE PROGRAM ‘8’

in Faculty of Education

POSTING REFERENCE: 2011-FT-25

The following posting closes January 6, 2012 at 4:00 pm

The Secretary to the Associate Dean (Pre-Service)/Program Secretary, Pre-Service Program is accountable for providing the necessary secretarial and administrative support to assist the Associate Dean, Pre-Service (PS). In addition, s/he provides secretarial and administrative support to ensure the smooth operation of the consecutive and concurrent Bachelor of Education programs and is the lead hand for the program.  The candidate will demonstrate the ability to prioritize work to meet various deadlines, both unexpected and planned. The candidate will be well organized; detail oriented and demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate well to diverse people in diverse situations. The candidate must have the ability to calmly and discreetly address student concerns.  The candidate will also demonstrate a professional demeanour when dealing with circumstances and situations involving stakeholders (including faculty, students, colleges, School Boards, the Ministry of Education and the community). Specifically, the candidate will demonstrate strong human relation skills when dealing with tense situations. This position requires an individual with good oral and written communication skills; good listening skills; a typing speed of 50NWPM; and one who possesses strong computer skills and competency with email applications, MS Excel, MS Word and the internet. Experience with meeting minute taking and associated tasks, as well as, familiarity working with SIS (Student Information System) are required. The candidate will demonstrate excellence at multi-tasking and problem solving, as well as, the ability to maintain strict confidentiality.  Testing: Typing; MS Word (Basic Level), Excel (Basic Level).

 

The following union position is available to internal bargaining unit members only. Bargaining unit members interested in this position are requested to apply in writing by completing an 'Application for Transfer' form and forwarding it to: Department of Human Resources on or before 4:00 pm on the posting closing date. Please note: Union positions are covered by the union collective agreement, therefore, please be aware that we must allow our qualified unionized staff the first opportunity for transfer or promotion to these positions. This opportunity is not available to external applicants.

 

CUPE 1393

TECHNICIAN (Sculpture) ‘IV’ (Substituting for approximately 2 months) in the School of Visual Arts

POSTING REFERENCE: 2011-13-32

The following posting closes January 6, 2012 at 4:00 pm

The Technician is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the sculpture facility, including: themaintenance and repair of equipment throughout the School of Visual Arts, the tools and equipmentof the sculpture area, as well as, ordering supplies and equipment for that facility.  The Technician, in workingwith the area coordinator and faculty, also provides technical support in art making processes as requested by the students, faculty, and staff.  The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts or a practicing artist with demonstrable skills in all areas of sculpture.  The successful candidate will also have previous experience and skill working with gas and electric welding and electric circuitry.  This position also requires that the candidate have the ability to do small motor repairs, as well as, tool and electric equipment repair.  Previous experience with the fabrication and finishing of metals, woods, and plastics, along with the ability to operate a foundry, forge and kilns and knowledge of and experience at modal making are all essential.  The successful candidate will also have excellent interpersonal and communication skills in order to successfully work with a variety of individuals and groups, including faculty, students and staff.  The ability to be highly organized and prioritize in order to cope with competing schedules and deadlines is also essential to the position.