Important Update: October 22, Winter 2022 Course Delivery Update
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Welcome to the Alexander College Careers page! Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we are currently running virtual interviews. The safety of our students, staff, and faculty is Alexander College’s number one priority. We are actively reviewing this changing situation on a daily basis and following the recommendations of the BC Health Authority. Thank you for your interest in joining our team.

If you are interested in applying to any openings, review the posting and forward your resume to the relevant Hiring Manager by e-mailing hiring@alexandercollege.ca. If you are applying to a student worker position, please apply to careeradvising@alexandercollege.ca

If you are applying to an Instructor position, please include a Statement of Teaching Philosophy.
Please note that we will not consider incomplete applications. We appreciate your interest but will only contact shortlisted applicants. No phone calls, please.


Full Time Careers

  • Administrative Assistant and Receptionist

    POSITION OVERVIEW:

    The Administrative Assistant and Receptionist will provide general reception duties and support the College in a variety of capacities. The Administrative Assistant and Receptionist will be providing front desk customer service to students, staff, instructors and administration members.

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
    Reports to the Director of Campus Operations

    EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

    Full Time, Permanent

    WORK WEEK:

    • Must have open availability on Monday to Friday, full-time, 5 days/week. Schedule will vary from term to term and will include both daytime and evening shifts for a total of 40 hours a week, on 5 days a week. Flexibility will be required.
    • College operating hours are 8:00 am to 9:00 pm and shifts are either opening or closing.
    • Saturday day shift may be required on occasion.

     
    LOCATION:

    Burnaby Campus (4805 Kingsway)

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • High School Diploma from a BC Secondary school (or equivalent)
    • Minimum of one year’s related work experience
    • One year of post-secondary education considered an asset

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Knowledge of the BC College and University system;
    • Superior oral and written communication skills;
    • Experience working with speakers of other languages;
    • Flexible with a ‘team player’ attitude;
    • Able to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned;
    • Familiar with Microsoft Office;
    • Strong proficiency in English.

     
    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Reception Administration:

    • Keeping Reception area clean and professional
    • Closing and opening duties of the campus, as required
    • Monitoring staff whereabouts (Example: Lunches/meetings)
    • Answering phones and maintaining phone system including voicemail
    • Receiving and sending faxes
    • Handling and distributing outgoing mail.
    • Maintaining mail log
    • Maintenance of information displays (organization and content) within campus (other than signs for Admissions, Student Activities or ACSA)
    • Assessing supply levels and assisting with ordering of basic facility needs (e.g., staff food, coffee supplies, toner, basic office supplies, etc.)
    • Creating and printing labels
    • Filing
    • Updating important phone number lists
    • Updating internal phone list
    • Updating Staff Birthday list and organizing Staff Birthday celebrations
    • Maintaining parking information as needed
    • Providing general information to staff and faculty (E.g. copier codes, etc)
    • Managing lost and found items
    • Preparing envelopes for course archives
    • Ordering office supplies
    • First tier trouble shooting on photo copier and managing photo copy supplies
    • Responding appropriately to facilities and campus concerns
    • Providing administrative support to staff and instructor members as needed
    • Forwarding instructor IT concerns to the IT team
    • Arranging for services required for Alexander College Events
    • Organizing food orders for Alexander College Events

     

    Customer Service/Student Inquiries:

    • Providing first point of contact and customer service
    • Verifying student identification for exams, when requested
    • Assisting students with general information and direct them to the appropriate department when needed
    • Contacting incoming international students for quarantine/wellness checks

     

    Other:

    • Training, and scheduling student workers at respective campus
    • Attending scheduled team meetings
    • Other duties as requested and assigned by the Director of Campus Operations

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Administrative Assistant and Receptionist 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

  • Accounts Receivable Data Entry/Accounting Clerk

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
    Reports to the Director of Finance

    EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

    Full time (40 hours), Permanent

    WORK WEEK:

    The employee is expected to work during regular business hours, Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm, for a total of 40 hours per week.

    LOCATION:

    Primarily located at our Burnaby campus but requires flexibility to travel between, and work at, Vancouver and Burnaby campuses as required (both accessible by transit)

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Minimum of one year of work experience in an Accounting/Finance office environment
    • Minimum of one-year post-secondary education
    • Accounting Diploma or Certificate required
    • *An equivalent combination of both education and experience may be considered

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Proficient in QuickBooks Pro and MS Office
    • Superior oral and written communication skills
    • Friendly, detailed oriented, and well-organized individual
    • Superior problem-solving skills
    • Excellent coordination and organizational skills
    • Superior teamwork capabilities
    • Ability to maintain professionalism and cordiality when working with others
    • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned

     
    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Sort receipts and post Student payment details and refunds into QuickBooks
    • Reconcile accounts
    • Research, track, and resolve accounting problems
    • Prepare statistical and financial reports
    • Assist with contributing to periodic reports
    • Assist and coordinate with accounting staff
    • Communicate with staff in other departments when necessary
    • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Finance

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Accounts Receivable Data Entry/Accounting Clerk 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

  • Student Financial Services Officer

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
    Reports to the Director of Finance

    EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

    Full time (40 hours), Permanent

    WORK WEEK:

    The employee is expected to work during regular business hours, Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm, for a total of 40 hours per week.

    LOCATION:

    Primarily located at our Burnaby campus but requires flexibility to travel between, and work at, Vancouver and Burnaby campuses as required (both accessible by transit)

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Minimum of one year of work experience in an office environment
    • Minimum of one-year post-secondary education
    • Diploma or Certificate in a business related study is preferred required
    • *An equivalent combination of both education and experience may be considered

     
    OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

    • A criminal record check may be required at any point in the hiring process
    • Heavy lifting may be required (up to 25 lbs)

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
    • Excellent coordination and organization skills
    • Superior teamwork capabilities
    • Superior oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to maintain professionalism and cordiality when working with others
    • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned

     
    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    • Sort receipts and post payment details and refunds into the Student Database
    • Accept school fees and pay out reimbursements by operating POS machine and other systems independently
    • Communicate with students and assist them with questions and concerns
    • Communicate with staff in other departments when necessary
    • Monitor the usage of student lockers
    • Assist with contributing to periodic reports
    • Assist with book orders and inventory maintenance
    • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Finance

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Student Financial Services Officer 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

  • Officer, Office of the Registrar

    POSITION OVERVIEW:

    An Officer, Office of the Registrar is a member of the Office of the Registrar team who is responsible for performing vital administrative functions across several of the Department’s units, including: admissions, student records and registration, and transfer credit. Officers also provide student-facing assistance to students who have a specific request or are having difficulty related to any aspect of admissions, student records, course registration, or transfer credit.

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
    Reports to the Registrar

    EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

    Full time (40 hours), Permanent

    WORK WEEK:

    The Employee will work 40 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5:00PM

    LOCATION:

    Burnaby and Vancouver Campus, flexibility to travel between, and work at, campuses required (working remotely for the time being).

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Bachelor of Arts or Science degree from an accredited institution, preferably within BC
    • Minimum one-year of administrative work experience in a related field; work experience within an educational setting is preferred

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Ability to explain and apply College, government, and departmental policies, procedures, and guidelines
    • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively in a multicultural environment
    • Native or bilingual proficiency in English
    • Superior problem-solving capabilities
    • Highly organized, diligent, and detail-oriented
    • Highly efficient, able to multitask and effectively handle multiple deadlines and projects
    • Exceptional work ethic and the ability to initiate and remain on task without supervision
    • Proven ability to exercise tact and discretion
    • Willingness to work as part of a team
    • Superior proofreading and error checking capability
    • Intermediate proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
    • Familiarity with the BC Transfer System is considered an asset

     
    SPECIFIC DUTIES:

    Office of the Registrar

    • Ensure that College policy and procedure are consistently applied and followed
    • Maintain confidentiality and access right to student information
    • Assist students with admissions and/or registration-related appeals

     

    Admissions

    • Assess new student applications to determine admissibility and course/program eligibility based on established guidelines and policy
    • Perform data entry with a high degree of accuracy using a database system
    • Answer basic questions about financial aid
    • Assist students to complete forms

     

    Student Records and Registration

    • Authenticate documentation submitted by students
    • Perform data entry and updating or changes to student information
    • Regularly maintain student records, perform filing, scanning, digital archiving, etc.
    • Troubleshoot course registration issues for students (expired documents, prerequisite/co-requisite issues, repeated courses, etc.)
    • Determine course eligibility and perform overrides as authorized

     
    Transfer Credit

    • Assist students to submit transfer credit requests
    • Coordinate and record the evaluation of non-articulated coursework by faculty

     

    Other

    • Provide assistance on projects or other tasks to the Registrar or other senior administrator as requested

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Officer, Office of the Registrar 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

  • Course Registration Assistant

    POSITION OVERVIEW:

    The Course Registration Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the Course Registration and Student Records units within the Office of the Registrar. Duties may include, but are not limited to assisting students with document and forms submission, collection and handling of forms and documents, data entry, filing, scanning, etc. In addition to clerical responsibilities, the Admissions Office Assistant also provides some student-facing assistance to student at the Registration and Enrolment Services counter.

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
    Reports to the Registrar

    EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

    Full Time, Permanent

    WORK WEEK:

    The Course Registration Assistant is expected to work during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5:00PM, for a total of 40 hours per week.

    LOCATION:

    Burnaby Campus

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Completion of a High School Diploma
    • Bachelor’s degree is considered an asset
    • One year of post-secondary study, administrative training, or clerical work experience is preferred

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Native or bilingual proficiency in English
    • Excellent written communication skills
    • Exceptional interpersonal communication skills, experience communicating with non-native English speakers is preferred
    • Capacity to provide accurate assistance, information, and instructions to students and staff in a helpful, friendly, and professional manner
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented
    • Ability to multitask and effectively handle multiple deadlines and projects
    • Exceptional work ethic and the ability to initiate and remain on task without supervision
    • Strong computer skills, including familiarity with Windows, Microsoft Word and Outlook. Some experience using database systems is considered an asset

     
    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Course Registration:

    • Correspond with students regarding their course registration status, timetable, etc.
    • Assist students to complete required forms (e.g., registration form, medical insurance forms
    • Verify student eligibility for courses and programs
    • Provide instructions to students about how to register for courses, pay tuition, make course changes, dates and deadlines, etc
    • Respond to student inquiries about course registration by email, telephone, chat, and in-person at the Registrar and Enrolment Services counter

     

    Student Records:

    • Perform daily sorting, filing, scanning, of student file documents
    • Perform daily archiving of inactive student records
    • Verify and authenticate documentation submitted by students
    • Maintain confidentiality of student information
    • Assist with the processing of daily document orders, arrange for mailing and courier services

     

    Administrative Support:

    • General tidying and organizing of paper flow
    • Produce instruction guides, handouts, posters, and other materials
    • Lead information workshops for students
    • Perform peer and policy research tasks
    • Other duties as tasked by the Registrar or Associate Registrar

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Course Registration Assistant 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

  • Enrollment and Academic Advisor (Portuguese Market)

    POSITION OVERVIEW:
    The role of the Enrollment and Academic Advisor will be to guide Alexander College Corp’s marketing efforts in the countries that are assigned. The advisor will work with the Marketing (Enrollment and Academic Advising Services) team to enter new markets and maintain current markets for enrollment purposes. The advisor will represent the College by conducting presentations, providing advice to prospective students with respect to academic programs, admission procedures, and registration procedures, and imparting knowledge of the resources, facilities, and opportunities available to students of Alexander College.

    DEPARTMENT:
    Enrollment and Academic Advising Services/Marketing

    EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
    Full-time (40 hours/week), Permanent

    WORK WEEK
    This position requires the Employee to work 40 hour per week, Monday to Friday during operating hours. Flexibility is required.

    LOCATION:
    Alexander College campus locations. This position may require travel between Burnaby campus and Vancouver.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
    International Business Trips: This position will occasionally travel internationally and will be responsible to provide any personal travel documents that they may require, including a passport.

    Teamwork: The Enrollment and Academic Advisor will work with the Marketing/Enrollment Team.

    Enrollment Requirement: The Enrollment and Academic Advisor may have an annual enrollment quota and/or target set out by the VP of Enrollment.

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Post-secondary education, minimum of a Certificate or Diploma equivalence;
    • Minimum of 1 year of work experience working in a similar role
    • Knowledge of the BC College and University system
    • International business or education experience

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Strong proficiency in English
    • Fluent in Portuguese
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Superior team work capabilities
    • Superior oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to maintain professionalism and cordiality when working with others
    • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned
    • Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office

     
    GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Build strategic relationship with agencies, and other stakeholder groups in both local and overseas
    • Meet with and enroll students based on their educational specifications and requirements
    • Liaise with agents for enrollment and marketing purposes
    • Travel to various international destinations for educational fairs and agency meetings for College purposes.
    • Promote Alexander College’s educational programs through Social Media and other online applications.
    • Assist the Marketing/Enrollment Department in conceiving, implementing, administering, and evaluating marketing plans for the College.
    • Provide input in course/program formulation to assist in the development of the College
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the VP of Operations and Supervisors

     
    ACADEMIC ADVISING JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      Student-Facing Services

      • Provide accurate assistance, information, and advice to students on a drop-in basis during office hours
      • Conduct all meetings with students in a helpful, friendly, and professional manner
      • Assist students to create education plans that best suit their needs (ex. Course selection) for both Associate Degree completion and/or University transfer
      • Assist students to calculate program GPA (just for an assigned person)
      • Assist students with university applications when transferring to other institutions
      • Provide advice to students who are facing academic difficulty, and refer students to other departments as needed
      • Initiate contact with and attend local BC high school college fairs
      • Initiate contact with and coordinate visits from local BC universities

       
      Administrative Support

      • Establish and maintain a list of high school and university contacts
      • Promote Academic Advising services to students on a regular basis
      • Assist in maintaining the accuracy of publications, website, and other content
      • Perform peer and policy research tasks
      • Develop and deliver workshops on post-secondary transfer options and admissions requirements to BCCAT member institutions
      • Attend professional development and training to keep current knowledge of the program, admissions, and transfer requirements
      • Research, monitor and report on student mobility to and from the college
      • Maintain records and record data to produce effective team and annual unit reports

       
      DIGITAL MARKETING JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Develop content for website, blogs, and marketing collateral
      • Integrate social media communications with the Alexander College website
      • Conduct research and analysis, gathers information, writes articles and stories, edit content, and adapts material to online format, tone, voice and style
      • Collaborate with third party service providers and facilitate technical troubleshooting
      • Provide one-on-one training and workshops on CMS to Liaison officers
      • Produce online media analysis, activities and design on every facet of Online Marketing Campaigns and report Marketing ROI Metrics and input into the Internal CRM
      • Participate and produce content for newsletter and email campaign and manage Social Media requirements
      • Manage ongoing processes and tasks associated with SEO and CRM system
      • Create schedules, budgets and resource plans for online marketing
      • Support marketing/enrollment team as related to marketing activities and coordinate inbound marketing campaigns

       
      HOW TO APPLY:
      If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Enrollment and Academic Advisor (Portuguese Market) 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

    • Library Assistant – Records Management
      POSITION OVERVIEW:
      Under the direction of the Burnaby Campus Librarian, the AC Library Assistant – Records Management will be responsible for providing basic library staffing and duties related to the circulation of library materials, providing reference and research services, assisting with ID card creation, as well as creating research help and social media content (e.g., research guides and blog posts). Additionally, the Library and Archives Assistant will be responsible for collecting, organizing, tagging, and compiling all of the College’s course archives each semester (four times per year). Remote working from home will be required 2-3 days per week for the Fall 2021 term, with future remote working a possibility.

      ABOUT ALEXANDER COLLEGE LIBRARY:
      The Alexander College Library plays a key role in achieving the educational directives of the College by serving as an information centre in which students engage in academic, cultural and social activities. The Library is dedicated to providing the highest level of resources (whether traditional or digital) and instructional services so students and faculty can perform research, study, and surf the web with confidence. Services are thus patron-oriented, and are under constant re-evaluation to ensure they are up-to-date and responsive. In this way, staff and students can get the most out of the resources available to them. To fulfill its role in supporting the College’s educational mission, AC Library is committed to maintaining an environment conducive to study and research.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
      The Library Assistant will report to the Burnaby Campus Librarian.

      EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
      Full time, Permanent

      WORK WEEK:
      The Library Assistant will work 40 hours per week.

      • Hours will be assigned by the Librarian(s).
      • Evenings and Saturdays will be required
      • Remote working will be required (Fall 2021, possibly longer).

       
      This schedule may be adjusted at any time during the term of the contract by the Librarian per the Unit’s needs.

      ANTICIPATED START DATE: September 1st, 2021

      LOCATION:
      Primarily Burnaby Campus, flexibility to travel between campuses will be required.

      EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

      • Library Technician Diploma or Degree in a related field required.
      • Minimum 1 year work experience or equivalent.
      • Academic library experience an asset.
      • Additional post-secondary education an asset.

       
      QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy
      • Highly efficient using Outlook, Microsoft Suite, and Adobe Acrobat Pro
      • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple priorities
      • Proficiency in the use of library-related technologies such as integrated library systems, e-book platforms and library databases
      • Ability to work effectively and independently, with limited supervision, and as part of a team
      • Knowledge of Library of Congress Classification, MARC records, and RDA standards
      • Experience teaching research to students/patrons an asset
      • Ability to create posters, infographics, and other digital media an asset
      • Knowledge about how to research across a variety of science and arts subjects an asset
      • Knowledge of the BC College and University system

       

      SPECIFIC DUTIES:

      Primary Duties

      • Manage the library facility
        • Hardware and printing support
        • Ensure that library users are behaving appropriately
        • Clean minor messes and trash
        • Manage the print collection
        • Keep the bookshelves organized
        • Return books to shelves when they are returned
      • Conduct one-on-one research tutorials for students
        • Demonstrate and provide access to databases and digital assets
      • Create student cards
        • Ensure records are accurate and adhere to stated library policy
      • Circulation
        • Use the catalogue to check print materials in and out of the library
        • Process late fee payments
      • Course Archives
        • Collect, organize, tag and compile all of the College’s course archives each semester

       
      Secondary Duties

      • Provide reports and other content to Librarians
        • Prepare and submit reports in a timely manner, as requested by the Librarians
        • Assist with the creation and delivery of presentations and workshops for Librarians
        • Create content for social media, infographics, blog posts, research guides
        • Notify Librarians of any emerging concerns or issues pertaining to either library
      • Participate in Library Division meetings and Student Affairs Division Meetings
      • May be required to support wider administrative functions throughout the College as assigned by the Librarians or Director of Student Affairs

       

      HOW TO APPLY:

      If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Library Assistant – Records Management 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

    • Writing and Learning Center Coordinator

      POSITION OVERVIEW:
      The Writing and Learning Centre Coordinator will assist the WLC Supervisor with the day-to-day and term operations within the Writing and Learning Centre (WLC). This will include administering the schedules, resources, and staff of the centre, and communicating with the college Administration about the vision and status of the Centre on a regular basis. The WLC Coordinator will direct student traffic and handle general inquiries.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
      Reports to the Writing and Learning Centre (WLC) Supervisor and the Director of Student Affairs

      EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
      Full-time, Permanent

      WORK WEEK
      This position requires the employee to work a flexible 40-hour work week to meet the needs of the position. Typical hours will be held during regular business hours, from 8:00am to 4:30pm (including a half-hour unpaid lunch break), Monday to Friday. However, occasional evenings, Saturdays and overtime are required as well.

      LOCATION:
      This position is primarily located at our Burnaby Campus with occasional travel to the Vancouver Campus as necessary for meetings and administrative duties.

      EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

      • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
      • Minimum one-year of administrative work experience in a related field; work experience within an educational setting is preferred
      • Some supervisory experience preferred

       
      QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Experience with marking essays (familiar with citations, detecting plagiarism)
      • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively in a multicultural environment
      • Excellent written and oral communication skills
      • Native or bilingual proficiency in English
      • Highly organized, diligent, and detail-oriented
      • Highly efficient, able to multitask and effectively handle multiple deadlines and projects
      • Exceptional work ethic and the ability to initiate and remain on task without supervision Strong skills writing and preparing reports
      • Strong computer skills (web-based programs, Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.)

       
      SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Assist with the supervision of the day-to-day operations at the Writing & Learning Centre, including scheduling
      • Assist with analysis of key data and statistics on a regular basis and compiling term and annual reports for the Writing & Learning Centre
      • Co-ordinate Academic Alert processes:
          o Database searches to ascertain student status (prior alerts)
          o Maintain MyAC records and spreadsheet, update remediation completion dates and appeal status
          o Notification of students regarding their status and remediation options when an alert has been received
          o Schedule and co-ordinate remediation workshops
      • Communicate with instructors and college administration team regarding Writing and Learning Centre progress, success and concerns when the WLC Supervisor is unavailable
      • Participate in College events such as New Student Orientation, as decided and announced by WLC Supervisor
      • Provide input for term planning for the WLC, and more as needed
      • Update and create academic skills materials, such as citations style guides and workshop Powerpoints, as needed
      • When necessary, perform the regular work of a Subject Area Specialist, such as providing tutorial services to students and running academic skills workshops
      • Participate in the Student Success Services and Student Affairs Division committee with the WLC Supervisor and/or as the WLC Supervisor’s proxy at meetings
      • Provide directional assistance as needed to staff, students, and faculty
      • Meet with the WLC Supervisor and the Director of Student Affairs on a weekly basis to discuss and plan for terms, exams, and more.
      • Other duties as assigned by the WLC Supervisor or the Director of Student Affairs

       
      HOW TO APPLY:
      If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_WLC Coordinator 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

    • Writing and Learning Center Subject Area Specialist (SAS) – Humanities and Academic Writing
      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
      Reports to the Writing and Learning Centre Supervisor and the Director of Student Affairs

      EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
      Full time / Permanent (approximately 40 hours per week)

      WORK WEEK:
      This position requires the employee to work 40 hours per week, distributed as much as possible regular business hours. Some evening work may be required to accommodate WLC duties

      LOCATION:
      Burnaby and Vancouver Campus, flexibility to travel between campuses may be required
      (working remotely for the time being)

      EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

      • Bachelor’s Degree in Humanities, preferably from a BC post-secondary institution
      • Minimum of one year of work experience in an educational setting
      • Fluent in spoken and written English; experience working with non-native English speakers

       

      QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Experience in personalized or group instruction
      • Excellent interpersonal and student service skills
      • Dedication to helping students succeed
      • Proficient with scientific writing
      • Ability to work in a professional office setting
      • Highly flexible and demonstrates the ability to work alone or with a team
      • Ability to carry on tasks with little or no supervision
      • A positive and charismatic attitude with an outgoing personality
      • Ability to learn and adapt to changing technology and processes
      • Proficient with educational technology including databases and online learning environments
      • Proficient with all Microsoft Office programs and applications
        (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams, etc.)

       

      SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Tutoring students in a small group setting or on an individual basis, online or in person.
        Some appointments may be scheduled outside regular office hours (8:30am-5:00pm) with the occasional evening and weekend as required. Reasonable flexibility is expected.
      • Timely filing of student tutoring reports using the College’s online reporting system
      • Teaching Academic Skills workshop to classes online or in person;
        timely marking and filing of reports and workshop materials. Some workshops may be scheduled outside regular office hours (8:30am-5:00pm) with the occasional evening and weekend as required. Reasonable flexibility is expected.
      • Holding remediation workshops for classes of up to 25 students; timely marking and filing of reports and workshop materials
      • Reviewing citations styles with students and helping them avoid plagiarism; reporting plagiarism to instructors and Writing & Learning Centre Supervisor
      • Helping with quiz/exam/workshop invigilation
      • Processing Academic Alerts and performing general administrative duties
      • Coordinating with the Writing & Learning Centre Supervisor and faculty members for assistance with Humanities projects
      • Being an integral part of the Writing & Learning Centre by creating online resources applicable to courses in Humanities
      • Invigilating course examinations while showing reasonable flexibility with respect to scheduling during each semester’s examination period
      • Other duties as assigned by the Writing and Learning Centre Supervisor and Director of Student Affairs

       

      HOW TO APPLY:

      If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_SAS Humanities and Academic Writing 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

    • Student Recruitment Officer
      POSITION OVERVIEW:

      The role of the Student Recruitment Officer will be to recruit students for Alexander College from around the world for leads generated through various Digital Marketing platforms. The Officer will work with the Digital Marketing team to follow up with potential leads from new markets and maintain current markets for enrollment purposes. The Officer will represent the College by contacting potential leads through calling, emailing or texting platforms. The Officer may conduct presentations and provide advice to prospective students with respect to programs, admissions and registration procedures.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      Reports to a Digital Marketing Supervisor

      EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

      Full-time (40 hours/week), Permanent

      WORK WEEK

      This position requires the Employee to have flexible working hours, Monday, Wednesday and Friday during regular business operating hours, 9:00am – 5:30pm (including a half-hour unpaid lunch break), Tuesday and Thursdays operating hours, 12:00 pm – 8:30 pm for a total of 40 hours per week. Working week or hours may change based on business requirements.

      LOCATION:

      Alexander College, Burnaby Campus and/or Vancouver Campus (working remotely for the time being)

      EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

      • Post-secondary education, minimum of a Certificate or Diploma equivalence;
      • Minimum of 1-year work experience working in a similar role;
      • 1-3 years telemarketing and/or inside sales experience;
      • Ability to meet and/or exceed determined sales or activity quotas;
      • Experience with CRM platforms, detail-oriented, efficient and effective communicator

       
      QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Native or bilingual proficiency in English;
      • Excellent written communication skills;  
      • Superior teamwork capabilities;
      • Excellent client service skills;
      • Exceptional interpersonal communication skills, experience communicating with non-native English speakers is preferred; Ability to maintain professionalism and cordiality when working with others;
      • Exceptional work ethic with the ability to initiate and remain on task without supervision;
      • Ability to multitask and effectively handle multiple deadlines and projects;  
      • Capacity to provide accurate assistance, information, and instructions to students and staff in a helpful, friendly, and professional manner;  
      • Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, MS Outlook, MS PowerPoint)

       

      GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Meet and enroll students virtually/ in person based on their educational goals;
      • Promote Alexander College’s educational programs through social media and other online applications to generate leads;
      • Assist the Digital Marketing team in implementing, administering, and evaluating Digital Marketing plans for organic student recruitment;
      • Promote and create social media communications in line with the Alexander College website;
      • Conduct research and analysis, gather information, write articles and stories, edit content, and adapt material to online format, tone, voice and style;
      • Actively support all targeted organic recruitment campaigns, including targeted distribution of promotional materials and tracking responses/interest in the CRM and other tracking tools;
      • Conduct webinars to generate interest and educate about potential students about the program offering at the College;
      • Lead follow up using different tools such as emailing, calling, texting and if required, meeting virtually or in person at the campus;
      • Weekly reporting listing key operational and recruitment related steps taken, key statistics, any major issues and how they were resolved, challenges and how they were handled;
      • Ensure CRM is up to date and lead follow up matrix is maintained and tweaked to obtain desired outcomes;
      • Assist with online media analysis, activities and design on every facet of online marketing campaigns and report marketing ROI metrics and input into the internal CRM;
      • Participate and produce content for newsletter and email campaign;
      • Manage ongoing processes and tasks associated with CRM system;
      • Assist in schedules, budgets and resource plans for Digital Marketing by researching current market trends and updating marketing knowledge;
      • Other duties as assigned by the Digital Marketing Supervisor

       

      HOW TO APPLY:

      If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Student Recruitment Officer 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

    • Web Marketing Assistant and Content Writer
      POSITION OVERVIEW:

      The Web Marketing Assistant and Content Writer is responsible for assisting with various tasks on the Web team in regard to websites, graphic design, blog writing and marketing.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      Reports to the Web Division Manager

      EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

      Full-time, Permanent

      WORK WEEK

      This position requires the Employee to work a 40-hour work week. The Employee is expected to work during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:30pm). Occasional overtime may be required as well.

      LOCATION:

      This position requires the Employee to travel between, and work at, the various campuses of Alexander College, as well as at offsite locations as necessary.

      EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

      • Post-secondary Education in Web Design and/or Marketing
      • 2+ years of experience in a Web Design/Marketing capacity or role

       
      QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Proficient ability to hand-code HTML, CSS for creating and modifying websitesExcellent written communication skills
      • Understanding of custom WordPress themes and beginner-level PHP
      • Exceptional writing and composition skills
      • Excellent English language skills both written and spoken
      • Knowledge in Adobe Creative Suite applications (Photoshop, Illustrator)
      • High attention to detail for proofreading, coding, and design
      • Familiarity with Content Marketing, SEO and Office 365
      • Ability to work independently, with team and other departments
      • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks
      • Eagerness to learn and grow a versatile skillset
      • Bonus: Experience or interest in learning photography and/or video production
      •  

        SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

        • Provide excellent written contributions for the corporate blog, website and more
        • Create new written content for content marketing purposes (SEO, SEM)
        • Maintain and update corporate websites in WordPress, HTML, CSS, PHP
        • Design graphics (such as posters, flyers) and digital ads for marketing purposes
        • Other duties as assigned by the Web Division Manager, Videographer and Social Media Producer, Social Media Coordinator and Web and Graphic Designer
        • Terms of employment will be governed by the policies and practices of Alexander College, as determined from time to time.

         

        HOW TO APPLY:

        If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Web Marketing Assistant and Content Writer 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      Part Time / Contract Careers

      • Administrative Assistant, Dean’s Office – Temporary

        REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
        Reports to the Dean of and Associate Dean of Arts and Science. Providing support to the Dean, Associate Dean, Department Heads and Provost

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Full-time (40 hours), Temporary 12-month contract with possibility of extension.

        WORK WEEK
        This position typically requires the employee to work during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm (including a half-hour unpaid lunch break), for a total of 40 hours per week. Flexibility in daily hours could be discussed.

        LOCATION:
        This position is located on the Burnaby campus. Part-time remote work may be necessary. Occasional overtime may also be required.

        EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

        • Minimum 2-year Administrative Assistant/Office Management Diploma or equivalent; preferably a 4-year bachelor’s degree
        • Minimum two years experience working in an administrative assistant position, preferably in an educational institution
        • Familiarity with the BC College and University system

         
        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Exceptional organizational skills
        • Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 is essential (Word, Excel, SharePoint, etc.)
        • Well-rounded computer literacy including experience with video-conferencing technology such as Zoom and Teams.
        • Ability to work independently
        • Superior oral and written communication skills
        • Competent technology and Microsoft Office Skills (Word, Excel, SharePoint)
        • Ability to handle confidential material and situations with tact and discretion
        • Excellent interpersonal skills
        • Experience working as a part of an administrative team
        • Experience working with staff and faculty in a professional manner
        • Flexibility and a ‘team player’ attitude
        • Fluent in written and oral English
        • Exceptional work ethic and ability to initiate and remain on task without supervision.

         
        SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

          Core Office Administrative Tasks:

          • Support the Dean, Associate Dean, Department Heads and Provost as needed.
          • Assist in tracking and compiling data and reports.
          • Prepare reports (term, annual, other) from data provided by the Dean’s Office.
          • Maintain Dean’s Office SharePoint files and folders.
          • Replenish/order office supplies for the Department.
          • Process first step of requests that require Dean’s or Assoc. Dean’s approval or attention.
          • Arrange travel and accommodations for Dean, Associate Dean, Dept. Heads or Provost as required.
          • Other duties as assigned by the Dean and/or Associate Dean.

           
          Act as Secretariat for the Dean’s Office/Academic Division:

          • Invigilation Committee: act as the Dean’s Office representative on this committee; report back to the Dean and Associate Dean.y
          • Monthly Department Head Meetings: coordinate with the Associate Dean regarding the agenda, formulate the agenda for distribution; attend meetings and take minutes; distribute meeting minutes.
          • Education Committee Meetings: coordinate with the Dean regarding the agenda, formulate the agenda for distribution; attend meetings and take minutes; distribute meeting minutes.
          • Curriculum Committee Meetings: coordinate with the Dean and Associate Dean regarding the agenda, formulate the agenda for distribution; attend meetings and take minutes; distribute meeting minutes.
          • Professional Development Funding Committee Meetings: Attend meetings and take minutes; send meeting minutes to CTL co-ordinator for distribution.
          • Standing Academic Standards Committee (SASC) Meetings: coordinate with the Dean regarding the agenda, formulate the agenda for distribution; attend meetings and take minutes; distribute meeting minutes.

           
          Liaison for Instructional Support:

          • On Campus Workshops and Professional Development: coordinate with the Associate Dean, Digital Learning Co-ordinator and Campus Operations regarding room bookings, selection of food purchases and delivery, set up of food, scheduling of student workers to assist, ensuring clean up and rooms reset back to normal for on-site professional development programs; co-ordinate registration for in-house professional development courses (ACTOC, etc.).

           
          HOW TO APPLY:
          If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Administrative Assistant 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      • Commerce Instructor (Sessional)
        DEPARTMENT:
        Commerce

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Part-time, contract

        TERM:
        Winter 2022

        LOCATION:
        Burnaby Campus

        POSITION OVERVIEW:

          The ideal candidate will be capable of teaching one or more of the following COMM courses:

        • COMM 100 – Introduction to Canadian Business: This course provides an understanding of different business types, structures, functions and activities within the Canadian context, and an understanding of the forces (both internal and external to a company) that impact businesses and their performance. The course material will be applicable to all the main types of business ownership, i.e. sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations.
        • COMM 281 – Human Resources Management: An introduction to the field of human resources management and its contribution to the effectiveness of organizations and their employees.
        • COMM 292 – Management and Organizational Behaviour: Behaviour in organizations as it affects people as individuals, their relationships with others, their performance in groups, and their effectiveness at work.
        • COMM 293 – Introduction to Financial Accounting: Financial Accounting is principally concerned with the construction and interpretation of financial reports prepared for external parties to the issuing firm or entity. The major objectives of this course are to develop an understanding of the concepts, principles and conventions upon which financial accounting is based, and more importantly to provide an analytical basis upon which to intelligently interpret financial statements. Consideration will be given to accounting techniques and the formulation of financial reports; however, the course will focus on understanding accounting policies, their rationale and the implications for users of the financial accounting information.
        • COMM 294 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting: : This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of managerial accounting, focusing on the use of accounting information in the efficient operation of organizations.
        • COMM 296 – Introduction to Marketing: : Basic considerations affecting the domestic and international marketing of goods and services.
        •  
          Our ideal candidate will have a passion for instructing, assisting students’ acquisition of learning outcomes, and applying active learning strategies within the classroom.

         
        QUALIFICATIONS FOR COMMERCE INSTRUCTOR:

        • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Commerce, or equivalent
        • 2 years experience teaching the same or similar courses at another BC post-secondary institution
        • Industry experience will be considered an asset
        • Able to demonstrate success in innovative or student-centered teaching techniques
        • Excellent interpersonal skills
        • Knowledge of course learning outcomes an asset
        • Proficient with educational technology including databases and online learning environments
        • Excellent instructional capability
        • Able to maintain professionalism and cordiality when working with others
        • Proficient with all Microsoft Office programs and applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams, etc.)
        • Strong Proficiency in English

         
        ABOUT ALEXANDER COLLEGE:

          Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution that offers academic preparation and university level courses. Our academic preparation courses prepare students for the many challenges faced in university level studies. Students enrolled in our university level courses may work towards a 2-year Associate of Arts Degree or Associate of Science Degree, awarded by Alexander College. Students wishing to continue their studies further can transfer their credits to many other institutions listed on the BC transfer guide. Our students regularly transfer to and complete bachelor’s degrees from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria, among other institutions.

          Both domestic and international students choose to study at Alexander College for its small class sizes, positive community atmosphere and exceptional instructors. The College provides strong support for instructors, as they help students achieve academic success, the first and foremost goal for Alexander College.

         
        HOW TO APPLY:
        If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter, CV, and statement of teaching philosophy with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Commerce Instructor 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      • Writing and Learning Center Subject Area Specialist (SAS) – Humanities and Academic Writing (TEMPORARY)
        REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
        Reports to the Writing and Learning Centre Supervisor and the Director of Student Affairs

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Full time / Temporary (approximately 40 hours per week), Summer 2021 term contract, with the possibility of new contracts in subsequent terms

        TERM: Summer 2021 Term (as soon as possible) and potentially Fall 2021 Term (Sepetmber 7th, 2021 – December 22nd, 2021)

        WORK WEEK:
        Monday to Friday approximately between 35-40 hours a week

        LOCATION:
        Burnaby and Vancouver Campus, flexibility to travel between campuses may be required

        EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

        • Bachelor’s Degree in Humanities, or in progress, preferably from a BC post-secondary institution
        • Minimum of one year of work experience in an educational setting
        • Fluent in spoken and written English; experience working with non-native English speakers

         

        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Experience in personalized or group instruction
        • Excellent interpersonal and student service skills
        • Dedication to helping students succeed
        • Proficient with scientific writing
        • Ability to work in a professional office setting
        • Highly flexible and demonstrates the ability to work alone or with a team
        • Ability to carry on tasks with little or no supervision
        • A positive and charismatic attitude with an outgoing personality
        • Ability to learn and adapt to changing technology and processes
        • Proficient with educational technology including databases and online learning environments
        • Proficient with all Microsoft Office programs and applications
          (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams, etc.)

         

        SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

        • Tutoring students in a small group setting or on an individual basis, online or in person.
          Some appointments may be scheduled outside regular office hours (8:30am-5:00pm) with the occasional evening and weekend as required. Reasonable flexibility is expected.
        • Timely filing of student tutoring reports using the College’s online reporting system
        • Teaching Academic Skills workshop to classes online or in person;
          timely marking and filing of reports and workshop materials. Some workshops may be scheduled outside regular office hours (8:30am-5:00pm) with the occasional evening and weekend as required. Reasonable flexibility is expected.
        • Holding remediation workshops for classes of up to 25 students; timely marking and filing of reports and workshop materials
        • Reviewing citations styles with students and helping them avoid plagiarism; reporting plagiarism to instructors and Writing & Learning Centre Supervisor
        • Helping with quiz/exam/workshop invigilation
        • Processing Academic Alerts and performing general administrative duties
        • Coordinating with the Writing & Learning Centre Supervisor and faculty members for assistance with Humanities projects
        • Being an integral part of the Writing & Learning Centre by creating online resources applicable to courses in Humanities
        • Invigilating course examinations while showing reasonable flexibility with respect to scheduling during each semester’s examination period
        • Other duties as assigned by the Writing and Learning Centre Supervisor and Director of Student Affairs

         

        HOW TO APPLY:

        If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Temporary SAS Humanities and Academic Writing 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      • Writing and Learning Center Subject Area Specialist (SAS) – Math and Sciences
        REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
        Reports to the Writing and Learning Centre Supervisor and the Director of Student Affairs

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Part-time, Temporary (approximately 20 hours per week), Fall 2021 term contract, with the possibility of new contracts in subsequent terms

        TERM: Fall 2021 Term (Sepetmber 7th, 2021 – December 22nd, 2021)

        WORK WEEK:
        Monday to Saturday approximately between 15-20 hours a week

        LOCATION:
        Burnaby and Vancouver Campus, flexibility to travel between campuses may be required

        EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

        • Bachelor’s Degree in Sciences or in progress, preferably from a BC post-secondary institution
        • Minimum of one year of work experience in an educational setting
        • Fluent in spoken and written English; experience working with non-native English speakers

         

        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Experience in personalized or group instruction
        • Excellent interpersonal and student service skills
        • Dedication to helping students succeed
        • Proficient with scientific writing
        • Ability to work in a professional office setting
        • Highly flexible and demonstrates the ability to work alone or with a team
        • Ability to carry on tasks with little or no supervision
        • A positive and charismatic attitude with an outgoing personality
        • Ability to learn and adapt to changing technology and processes
        • Proficient with educational technology including databases and online learning environments
        • Proficient with all Microsoft Office programs and applications
          (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams, etc.)

         

        SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

        • Tutoring students in a small group setting or on an individual basis, online or in person.
          Some appointments may be scheduled outside regular office hours (8:30am-5:00pm) with the occasional evening and weekend as required. Reasonable flexibility is expected.
        • Timely filing of student tutoring reports using the College’s online reporting system
        • Supporting Biology, Chemistry and Physics labs as needed
        • Holding remediation workshops for classes of up to 25 students; timely marking and filing of reports and workshop materials
        • Reviewing citations styles with students and helping them avoid plagiarism; reporting plagiarism to instructors and Writing & Learning Centre Supervisor
        • Teaching Academic Skills workshops to classes online or in person; timely marking and filing of reports and workshop materials. Some workshops may be scheduled outside regular office hours (8:30am-5:00pm) with evening and weekend as required. Reasonable flexibility is expected
        • Helping with quiz/exam/workshop invigilation
        • Performing general administrative duties
        • Coordinating with the Writing & Learning Centre Supervisor and faculty members for assistance with Humanities projects
        • Being an integral part of the Writing & Learning Centre by creating online resources applicable to courses in Math, Sciences
        • Invigilating course examinations while showing reasonable flexibility with respect to scheduling during each semester’s examination period
        • Other duties as assigned by the Writing and Learning Centre Supervisor and Director of Student Affairs

         

        HOW TO APPLY:

        If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Writing and Learning Center Subject Area Specialist (SAS) – Math and Sciences 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      • Licensed Practical Nurse
        POSITION OVERVIEW:
        The Alexander College Licensed Practical Nurse works in conjunction with the Director of Student Affairs, Health and Wellness Officer, Faculty and other staff to administer education regarding Health Services, general physical health information and advice on the BC Medical System. The LPN will also conduct, as needed, wellness checks for students when completing quarantines or when medical checks are deemed to be of importance based on the school’s policies regarding duty of care. The LPN works with the Health and Wellness unit to ensure that the student community’s physical health needs are being met, and as necessary advises administration regarding various attributes of the college space, policies and practices to this end.

        REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
        Reports to the Director of Student Affairs (DSA)

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Part-time (up to 20 hours per week), Contract

        WORK WEEK:
        This position requires the Employee to work up to a 20-hour work week on an on-call basis, as required by the institution. These hours will be generally scheduled during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm)

        LOCATION:

        Burnaby and Vancouver Campus, flexibility to travel between campuses may be required (working remotely for the time being)

        EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

        • Graduation from a recognized program for Practical Nurses or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
        • Current practicing registration as a Licensed Practical Nurse with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM)

         

        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Strong proficiency in English;
        • Superior oral and written communication skills;
        • Detail oriented with the ability to meet deadlines;
        • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks as assigned;
        • Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office;
        • Excellent time-management skills;
        • Can initiate tasks/projects confidently and competently;
        • Strong ability to communicate easily and fluidly through technology and social media;
        • Works well both independently and in high-performance teams.

         

        SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

          1. Perform virtual physical health check in appointments

          • Contact students by phone and virtual conferencing software for the purposes of final wellness checks when students are completing quarantine
          • Hold 1:1 appointments with students as requested by faculty regarding maintenance of physical well-being

           
          2. Prepare and deliver presentations on physical well-being

          • In consultation with the Health and Wellness Officer and the Director of Student Affairs (and other college administration as necessary), create presentations for students on topics such as:
            • Maintaining physical health
            • Community resources
            • Navigating Medical Services Plan (MSP)
            • Other topics as requested

           
          3. Advise College Administration regarding policies and best practices

          • Be the point of contact for health-related questions during policy creation
          • Attend and contribute to the Health and Safety committee meetings at AC
          • Draft policies related to student health concerns as requested

           
          4. Other

          • Provide statistics for term and annual reports as required by administration
          • Attend team meetings to report on progress
          • Prepare proposals to develop future opportunities for Student Affairs
          • Work in conjunction with other staff in other departments, as necessary
          • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Affairs

           
          HOW TO APPLY:
          If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Licensed Practical Nurse 2021” to hiring@alexandercollege.ca. Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be accepted. In your cover letter, be sure to tell us what you would bring to the team and why you’d be perfect for this role. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      • Front-Desk Student Worker Position, Student Affairs Division

        POSITION OVERVIEW:
        The Front-Desk Student Worker works in conjunction with the with the Director of Student Affairs, Student Affairs Division, Faculty, and other staff to make sure the needs of the needs of the student body are met, by overseeing and operating the SA front- desk accordingly. The Office of Student Affairs Division is searching for a suitable candidate for the Front-desk Student Worker Position. This position will give official support for the general, regular administrative, utilitarian, and managerial tasks.

        REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
        Reports the Student Life Supervisor and the Director of Student Affairs

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Temporary, part-time for the Fall 2021 Term (September – December 2021)

        WORK WEEK:
        This position requires the Employee to work a 20-hour work week. The Employee is expected to work during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm). Occasional overtime may be required as well.

        LOCATION:
        Alexander College, Burnaby Campus

        EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

        • Enrolled at Alexander College or graduated from Alexander College.
        • High school diploma or equivalent
        • One year of intensely related involvement with a regulatory or client assistance capability
        • Ability to lift up to 25 lbs

         
        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Capacity to work effectively in a multi-social atmosphere. This is to ensure there is good relationships between all the staff for maximum output from everyone.
        • Ready to adequately deal with classified and restrictive data. Confidentiality is very important in this specific space to ensure clients and staff retain their peace of mind in case one is handling confidential information.
        • Correspondence – ready to adequately impart in an expert, strategic, sympathetic, careful way of solving an urgent issue at hand.
        • Meticulous – Proven exactness and meticulousness.
        • Autonomous work – ready to work freely with restricted management and prepared to self-inspire. The candidate should be self-driven and able to work under minimal supervision.
        • Relationship Management – ready to give an undeniable degree of intelligent support to others, building connections and tending to recognized necessities.
        • Results Orientation – demonstrated capacity to set and surpass set up targets. This is to ensure goals set by the student affairs association are met within the specific timeline.
        • Frameworks and Software -have adequate skills in the use of Microsoft word and other related Software. To ensure there is efficient data recording and storage.
        • Group Orientation and Interpersonal – profoundly energetic cooperative person with the capacity to create and keep up with community associations at all levels within and outside of the association.

         
        SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

        • Give an expert, supportive, inviting environment and an uplifting outlook for the workforce, staff, understudies, families, guests, and the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
        • Give inclusion to the front work area, including noting telephones send and get faxes, messages for the benefit of the staff.
        • Keep up with the coursebook program for new students without a monetary guide.
        • Get and measure division administrative work.
        • Help with projects as required (for example, plan materials for dispersion, make bookkeeping pages, occasion set-up, and so forth)
        • Help with the appearance, acceptance and direction, meetings for new understudies where suitable.
        • Help and exhort understudies by and large or prompt them where to get further assistance.
        • Keep up with office work. Should be able to work under pressure.
        • Get tasks done across grounds to convey documents and materials.
        • Offer good support through informed and proficient engagement.
        • Perform different obligations as relegated

         
        HOW TO APPLY:
        If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Front-Desk Student Worker Position, Student Affairs Division” to careeradvising@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      • Student Cleaner

        POSITION OVERVIEW:
        Student workers are employed on a temporary, contractual basis and hours given will depend upon the current needs of the college. This position is open to all full-time students at Alexander College and may require travel between the campuses.

        While a worker’s duties and responsibilities are determined day to day, there are many core tasks associated with the role.

        REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
        Reports to the Director of Campus Operations and Career Advisor

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Temporary, Contract

        WORK WEEK:
        Shifts are Monday to Friday 4:00- 7:00 pm. Shift hours are subject to change, and shifts will be assigned based on availability to work and needs of the College.

        LOCATION:
        Alexander College, Burnaby Campus

        EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

          International students are welcome to apply for this on-campus position. In accordance with Citizen and Immigration Canada, students who want to work on-campus do not need a work permit, but do need to meet these basic requirements:

        • Current enrollment in full time studies at Alexander College
        • Have a valid study permit for the entirety of the current term
        • Maintain at least 70% attendance in all courses

         
        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Ability to communicate well with other
        • Listens to directions carefully and completes tasks accurately
        • Ability to finish assigned duties in a timely manner with minimal supervision

         
        SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

          Under the direct supervision and guidance of Alexander College staff, student workers will be assisting with general duties on campus, according to a schedule. Duties include, but are not limited to:

        • General cleaning duties for the campus classrooms, common areas and staff break rooms
        • Wiping tables, cleaning whiteboards
        • Sweeping, mopping floors
        • Checking washrooms for cleanliness and cleaning as required
        • Restocking paper towel, toilet paper, etc.
        • Stocking classrooms and copier rooms with supplies
        • Sanitizing computer stations and high touch door handles
        • Dusting, vacuuming
        • Assisting the college with other policy reinforcement (masks, no-smoking, etc), when needed

         
        HOW TO APPLY:
        If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Student Cleaner” to careeradvising@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!

      • Student Ambassador Volunteer Opportunity

        POSITION OVERVIEW:
        The college is looking for a qualified sales intern to assist in various stages of the sales funnel, including creating awareness of current and new programs, generating leads, and leads follow up. The ideal intern will gain hands-on experience working on current, challenging, and meaningful projects with guidance from the Digital Marketing team.

        REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
        Reports to the Digital Marketing Supervisor

        EMPLOYMENT TYPE:
        Part-time volunteer opportunity (unpaid)

        WORK WEEK:
        This position requires the employee to work a flexible 2-3 hours per week, to meet the needs of the position. However, occasional evenings and weekends are included in the work week.

        LOCATION:
        This position will be primarily located in Burnaby post-pandemic, currently the position requires working virtually from home.

        EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

        • Enrolled at Alexander College or graduated from Alexander College.
        • Preference will be given to those who have experience in sales an/or customer service.
        • Active on social media and understands various department and their functions at the College.
        • Ability to communicate in multiple languages will be an asset in this position.

         
        QUALIFICATIONS:

        • Commitment to work for at least 1 semester (3 months)
        • Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills.
        • Ability to organize, prioritize, multitask, and work under pressure to meet tight deadlines.
        • Ability to maintain professionalism and cordiality when working with others.
        • Strong ability to take initiative and complete tasks.
        • Personal qualities of integrity, honesty, openness, flexibility, and good judgement.

         
        SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

        • Interact with student leads within set timeframe and promote studying at the college
        • Set-up appointments for Enrolment Officers
        • Learn and apply sales techniques
        • Maintain sales records

         
        BENEFITS OF WORKING AT ALEXANDER COLLEGE:

        • Regular employee engagement events and activities
        • Work on increasingly challenging and engaging real-world projects
        • Gain hands-on experience in each stage of the sales funnel
        • Work and learn from experienced sales professionals
        • Work closely with the Digital Marketing team at the College

         
        HOW TO APPLY:
        If you are interested in the above position and you would like to apply, please e-mail your resume with the e-mail title being “[Your full-name]_Student Ambassador Volunteer” to careeradvising@alexandercollege.ca. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No phone calls please. Thank you!