Job id# 2301 - Staff Optometrist – Optometry Clinic – USG 12
Doctor of Optometry Degree (OD) or equivalent; completion of a residency program in the areas of Primary Care, Contact Lens and/or Ocular Health is preferred. Several years of experience in an academic setting in a clinical supervisory role, preferably at Waterloo is required. General certificate to practice Optometry in Ontario is required, including the ability to prescribe therapeutic pharmaceutical agents (TPAs). Excellent organizational and communication skills required.
Job id# 2408 - Business/ Systems Analyst – Finance – USG 11 – (2 positions)
The successful candidate will be a professional accountant (CA, CMA, CGA) with a university degree and financial system experience in an enterprise wide computerized accounting environment. He/she will be responsible for optimizing the application of technology, business and accounting with regards to financial and finance-related systems and for transforming business processes and reporting. Primary responsibilities will include: researching and analyzing new business and system initiatives and developing business cases and in-depth system expertise.
He/she will possess an in depth understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and their application to not-for-profit organizations is preferred. He/she must be a conceptual thinker with strategic planning skills and initiative and is capable of working independently with a strong work ethic. With a solid understanding of the business analyst body of knowledge and an appreciation for project management, the individual will transform stakeholder requirements into effective, efficient and progressive systems. The individual will be an advanced user of Microsoft Office applications and proficient in using analytical and process diagram software. The individual will have proficient knowledge of enterprise wide financial systems; Oracle E-Business Suite or Peoplesoft Campus Solutions is preferred. Strong analytical and problem solving skills with exceptional attention to detail; superior time management, interpersonal, communication and listening skills; and a high degree of judgment, tact and diplomacy are essential.
Job id# 2588 - Associate Director, Counselling Services - Counselling Services - USG 15
Completion of a Master’s degree in a mental health field. Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree in a related field beneficial. Licensed or eligible to be licensed within a Regulated Mental Health Profession within the province of Ontario. Extensive people management experience required including a strong track record of performance management with direct reports. Progressive clinical and administrative experience in a student-focused post-secondary environment with a background highlighted by mental health and student development expertise. Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills as well as strategic thinking, human resource management, familiarity with applied research methods and a genuine appreciation of the benefits of collaborative intra- and inter-departmental functioning in an ever changing environment. Familiarity with the use of electronic records systems in a health care or university setting; basic computing skills using word, power-point and excel; experience with conducting and utilizing applied health care, student assessment and program evaluation research is preferred.
Job id# 2620 - Lab Instructor/Hardware Specialist - Electrical & Computer Engineering - USG 9-12
Bachelors of Applied Science degree in Electrical Engineering is required. M.A.Sc. or relevant industrial experience is an asset. Area of specialization should encompass: electronic circuits including differential pairs, biasing, differential and multistage amplifiers; operational amplifiers; characterization of diodes/transistors; electromagnetism; RF/microwave concepts such as plane waves, boundary conditions, and transmission lines. Willingness to train for other specializations, as required by the department. Experience in working with different measurement instruments in the area of specialization is required. Proven aptitude for teaching and a demonstrated interest in working with students is required. Experience with hardware design procedures and software packages related to the area of specialization. Knowledge of computer interfacing with measurement instrumentation is required. Well-developed oral and written communications skills. Proven ability to establish and maintain procedures for ensuring safety of students and staff in the lab. Good organizational, interpersonal, and analytical skills. Ability to work independently as well as part of a team is required. Self-motivation in taking initiatives to improve the quality of labs, teaching, and working environment is required. Ability to specify, evaluate, install, test, and service the required hardware for labs is required. Obtaining the PEng registration within three years after hiring is required. It will be an asset if the candidate has experience in: running labs, troubleshooting electrical circuits; software; and equipment, giving tutorials/lectures and demonstrations, writing and updating lab manuals, developing new labs, marking reports, evaluating technical presentations, monitoring and enforcing safety in the labs or a similar environment, and purchasing hardware and software in the area of specialization. This job may involve some lifting and standing for extended periods of time as well as occasional evening or weekend work.This vacancy is at the USG 9-12 level.
Job id# 2648 - Laboratory Instructor/Hardware Specialist - Electrical & Computer Engineering - USG 8-10
B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering is required. M.A.Sc. or relevant industrial experience is an asset. Area of specialization should cover safety procedures and implementation; motors, generators, transformers, three-phase circuits; power electronics, modeling and analysis techniques; power transmission and distribution; digital logic and circuits; programming (assembly and high-level) and debugging; microprocessor system architecture, and interfacing; FPGAs; and working knowledge of VHDL.
Experience in working with different measurement instruments in the area of specialization is required. Proven aptitude for teaching and a demonstrated interest in working with students is required. Experience with hardware design procedures and software packages related to the area of specialization. Knowledge of computer interfacing with measurement instrumentation is required. Well-developed oral and written communication skills. Proven ability to establish and maintain procedures for ensuring safety of students and staff in the lab.
Good organizational, interpersonal, analytical and time-management skills. Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team, is required. Self-motivation in taking initiatives to improve the quality of labs, teaching, and working environment is required. Ability to specify, evaluate, install, test, and service the required hardware and/or software for labs. PEng registration is desirable. It will be an asset if the candidate has experience in: supervising labs, troubleshooting (electronic circuits, software, and equipment), giving tutorials and demonstrations, writing and updating lab manuals, developing new experiments, marking reports and presentations, monitoring and enforcing safety in the labs or in a similar environment, and purchasing hardware and software in the area of specialization. This job may involve some lifting and standing for extended periods of time as well as occasional evening or weekend work. This vacancy is at the USG 8-10 level.
Job ID 2665 – Marketing & Communications Coordinator – Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre – USG 6
The Conrad Business Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre (Conrad) seeks an outstanding communications professional for the position of Marketing and Communications Coordinator within Conrad’s marketing and communications team. Conrad is an entrepreneurial academic unit within the Faculty of Engineering with unique students, programs, and needs. The ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment marked by competing deadlines, shifting priorities, and a rapid news cycle. Conrad’s Marketing and Communications Coordinator is a pivotal member of the Marketing team and the wider Conrad community -- central to executing on its mission and objectives by helping to ensure clear and timely communications within Conrad and among its shareholders, and by helping to share Conrad stories with the world.
The successful candidate must:
- Have a university degree in Communications, English, Marketing, or a related discipline, or equivalent work experience. Graduate training is considered an asset.
- Have at least 2 years of experience in a marketing and/or communications role. Experience in an education setting is considered an asset.
- Possess excellent promotional/persuasive writing skills and be passionate about the power of storytelling in marketing communications.
- Have an above average understanding of English grammar and working knowledge of branding principals/best practices.
- Have demonstrated social media and content marketing skills as well as familiarity with social platforms and principles including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Hootsuite, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
- Enjoy working as part of a team and possess excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to build consensus among a variety of stakeholders (staff, students, faculty, alumni, community members, various UWaterloo departments/units).
- Demonstrate above average time management skills and the ability to deliver high-touch customer service.
Job ID 2659 – Maintenance Records Assistant - Plant Operations – USG 4 – 2 positions
Experience working within an Enterprise Asset Management work order system and the proven ability to process large volumes of detailed data with a high degree of accuracy and speed is essential. Excellent organizational, interpersonal, communication (oral and written) and customer service skills with the demonstrated ability to interact well with all levels of management and staff is required. Proven ability to handle multiple priorities with conflicting deadlines, manage numerous interruptions, work as an effective team member as well as independently with minimum supervision is essential. Experience with reconciliation and in the resolution of transactional errors, including variances is required. Proficiency in computer operations, word processing, use of spreadsheets and record maintenance; and knowledge of Microsoft Office suite is a preference. Post-secondary education or equivalent education and experience in a facility management environment is an asset.
Must hold an Ontario Provincial Electrician Certificate and a sound working knowledge of the Electrical Safety Code standards and a minimum of five (5) years experience as a certified electrician. Knowledge of motor controls, electrical installations and electrical preventive maintenance is required. Ability to read and interpret electrical diagrams and blueprints.
Must have a minimum of a grade 12 education or equivalent, Millwright apprenticeship, Provincial trade certification and five years recent practical experience in the installation, operation and maintenance of mechanical equipment such as fans, pumps, hot water and low pressure steam systems including steam traps, relief valves, air vents and process piping. Knowledge of trade tools, lathes and milling machines. Must have the ability to read and interpret blueprints and drawings. The Mechanic I Millwright does the work of other trades as required to the limit of their skill, training and code requirements.
Job id# 2691 - Development Officer, Leadership Giving - Advancement-Leadership Giving - USG 9-11
University degree or equivalent education and relevant experience. Several years of progressive fundraising experience, including face-to-face solicitations and volunteer management. Knowledge of giving vehicles and non-complex gifts. Experience writing promotional materials and proposals. Excellent communication, analytical, interpersonal, project management and problem-solving skills. Understanding of the key role of university education and the importance of attracting and retaining the best talent available (students, faculty and staff). Understanding the university environment including the integration of research and teaching. Demonstrated ability to take initiative and work independently and effectively as part of a team in a highly computerized and challenging environment. This position involves some travel and occasional evening and weekend hours.
Must have graduated from an approved technical college and have a minimum of five (5) years of continuous practical work on control systems. Ability to troubleshoot and repair control systems equipment. Must have knowledge of electronic and pneumatic controls and be familiar with comfort control systems, air supply and return units. Requires good understanding of the operation and function of a building automation system.
Job id# 2715 - Head, Digital Initiatives – Library - USG 13
ALA-accredited MLS/MLIS degree, or equivalent. Demonstrated progressive responsibility and experience in leadership and management with a proven track record of achievement and success within a higher education environment. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, both oral and written. Excellent organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills. Demonstrated ability to lead change, and identify and implement new technologies, services and work methods; ability to learn and evaluate new technologies quickly. Competencies will include strategic thinking, project management, metadata, information technology, human resources management, interpersonal, organizational and communication skills, instruction and training.
Demonstrated ability to independently, as well as collaboratively, plan, coordinate, and implement effective digital projects, including managing multiple and simultaneous projects. Knowledge and understanding of emergent and best practices, standards, current programming languages and frameworks, issues and trends relating to web technologies and digital initiatives in the library environment. Knowledge of web information architecture and usability best practices. Knowledge of the standards and technological framework for digital preservation. Knowledge of data and metadata standards prevalent in libraries. Demonstrated knowledge of current information technology standards and developments in libraries and higher education. Knowledge and understanding of library enterprise applications such as integrated library systems, discovery systems, and electronic resource management systems. Knowledge of research data management trends in academic libraries
Assets: Several years professional experience in managing web presence, digital services and/or digital asset projects in an academic or large public institution. Knowledge of business intelligence and analytics packages and their use in libraries. Working knowledge of, and experience with, a wide variety of media including text, music, still images, audio and video.
The job description is located at: http://www.lib.uwaterloo.ca/staff/liboff/head_digital_initiatives.html
Job id# 2728 - Information Systems Specialist – Information Systems & Technology - USG 9-12
University degree in Computer Science, or equivalent post-secondary education experience required. Application development experience in a Microsoft environment (SQL Server, Visual Studio, C#, .NET MVC and WebForms, Reporting Services, Team Foundation Server) is required. Significant experience with SQL Server development is essential, including stored procedures, custom functions, triggers, cursors and XML data types. The successful candidate will have had significant exposure to change management practices and procedures, including incident tracking, project prioritization, structured testing, version control and managed software releases. Preference will be given to individuals with experience with larger, enterprise applications that support multiple stakeholders. Experience in a production support role is an asset. Creative problem solver with ability to find innovative solutions desired. Must have excellent interpersonal, customer service, communication (oral and written), organizational, research and analytical skills. Must demonstrate knowledge and application of sound application architecture design and practice. Must demonstrate knowledge of the overall SDLC process and practice in development methodologies (i.e. Waterfall, Agile). Proven ability to engage effectively with co-workers, clients, and third party partners with tact and diplomacy. Ability to work independently and as part of a team within a busy and dynamic environment. Experience as a team lead with a demonstrated ability to mentor staff required. Occasional work outside of regular business hours.
Job id# 2736 - Academic Administrative Manager - School of Architecture - USG 8
University Degree or equivalent education and experience. Additional education or training in Administration, Business or Human Resources Management preferred. Senior financial and human resources management experience required. Extensive experience guiding, coaching and mentoring staff and fostering constructive team relationships. Excellent working knowledge of UW policies and procedures related to finance, performance, operations, academic processes, and tenure & promotion. Must be diplomatic with a proven aptitude for detail and accuracy, proven ability to manage a large volume of work with conflicting priorities and deadlines. Independent judgment in areas of time management, task prioritization and decision making. Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills are required to interact effectively with students, faculty and staff. Advanced experience with Microsoft Office required, and familiarity with MAC, Job Mine, Quest, PeopleSoft and Oracle are assets. Experience with SharePoint and web content management software preferred. Some evening and weekend work required. This position is located in the Galt City Centre of Cambridge.
Job id# 2744 - Department Assistant - Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering - USG 4
Must have administrative support experience, preferably in an academic environment with proven ability to provide administrative support and guidance to students, staff, faculty and industry partners. Must be able to demonstrate excellent organizational and time management skills and be able to manage multiple priorities from various portfolios. Sound judgment, tact, diplomacy and problem solving skills. Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills (oral and written). Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team. Intermediate Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills required. Experience with research compliance, travel and expense claim review, online purchase requisitions and account reconciliation required. Knowledge of University of Waterloo policies and procedures is an asset. Experience with Drupal, FORE, SharePoint, Arkadin teleconferencing, CRM software, Staples Eway is an asset. Some evening and weekend work may be required
Job id# 2746 - Registered Practical Nurse - Health Services - USG 7
Candidates must possess a Certificate of Competence and current membership with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Practical Nurse and have demonstrated skills and relevant experience in a student health services program in a Canadian College or University setting. Must have current CPR or Basic Cardiac Life Support certification and at least 3 years of experience providing patient care across the spectrum of problems encountered in the general population and young adults in particular. Knowledge and/or experience with principles of health promotion, immunization, communicable disease and TB control, sexual health, and harm reduction. Demonstrated history of good working relationships with colleagues, professional staff and the inter-professional team. Highly developed ability to organize time and set priorities effectively. Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision and to make clinical decisions within a professional domain. Current experience using an electronic medical record required. Experience in public health, emergency/crisis intervention or urgent care clinic nursing is an asset. Some evening shifts are required. This position is 23 hours/week.
Job Id#2727 – Senior Laboratory Instructor, Nanotechnology Engineering – Chemical Engineering – USG 10
MASc or PhD degree in Chemical Engineering or Chemistry or have equivalent education and experience. Professional Engineer status or eligibility is a requirement. Must have fundamental knowledge in nano-materials chemistry, polymer chemistry or in nanobiotechnology and all aspects of safety in nano research. Excellent oral and written communication. 4 years’ experience preferred in teaching undergraduate students or equivalent industrial training. Excellent organizational, time management, interpersonal and analytical skills. Demonstrated experience in lab course development and instruction. Experience with nanoengineering equipment and supplies. Familiarity with nanoengineering test and measurement instrumentation and/or software. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with students and teaching assistants in laboratory settings, with course instructors in the area of specialization, with NE laboratory coordinator as well as with other NE and/or CHEM and CHE staff and faculty.
Must have Provincial Trade Certification and five years recent practical experience in plumbing maintenance in an industrial, commercial or institutional setting. Must be familiar with the installation and repair of industrial sized service mains, shut off valves, hydrants, domestic hot water systems, building heating, chilled water and low pressure steam systems. Must be familiar with maintenance requirements and procedures for testing and repair of wet and dry sprinkler systems. Must be able to read and interpret blueprints and drawings and direct the work of others as required. Backflow device certification is required. Performs the work of other trades as required to the limit of their skill, training and code requirements.
Job ID 2730 - Associate Director, Operations - Advancement Services – USG 12
A proven track record of achievement and success with operations management, you will be responsible for leading, providing strategic oversight for, and being accountable for the activities and results of some of the core business units within the Office of Advancement—Gift Processing, Records, and Training/Human Resources. Systematic and self-motivated, your deep technical expertise will be matched by your ability to encourage and lead your team and contribute to creating a positive working environment. Your exceptional verbal and written communication skills will enable you to work collaboratively and effectively both internally and externally to the University. A flexible, open minded thinker, you can find creative solutions to complex issues within the boundaries of a highly regulated environment. A university degree or equivalent combination of education and experience is required with preference given to professional qualification in business, finance, or human resources. Knowledge of the charitable sector and fundraising databases like The Raiser’s Edge are a distinct advantage. With 7-10 years of progressive management experience preferably in an advancement role, you have experience developing, implementing and managing an operating budget.
Job ID 2749 – Contract Coordinator - Procurement – USG 10
An undergraduate degree/diploma in the area(s) of Business, Legal and/or Supply Chain Operations, or similar fields of study, or equivalent education and experience. Professional Purchasing Designation is required. Must have strong knowledge of Canadian contract law. Strong understanding of applicable legislation as well as purchasing best practices, industry standards and benchmarks. A proactive, self-starter who can thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. Extensive expertise and a proven track record of achievement in creating and managing contracts and agreements in a University or similarly diverse environment. Demonstrated leadership in strategic and tactical thinking, innovating, weighing risks and applying sound judgment to decision making. Must possess expert negotiation, interpersonal, organizational and communication skills; substantive experience in building collaborative relationships with diverse stakeholder groups and senior leadership would be an asset. Extensive experience with provide effective contract administration with an emphasis on resolution, compliance and ensuring performance standards are met. Must possess a sound understanding of Global competitive and contract law with the proven ability to interpret and guide stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal, leadership, organizational, problem solving, customer service and communication skills (oral and written). Results oriented mindset with a strong attention to detail and accuracy. Proactive and resourceful with a sense of urgency in providing solutions and a demonstrated ability to adapt to the complex and dynamic University framework. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and CRM-related applications. A commitment to continued ongoing professional development as required.
Job id# 2754 - Mechatronics Engineer - Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering - USG 9/10
A degree in mechanical engineering or a similar engineering program is required. Must be a Professional Engineer in Ontario or a registered Engineer in Training. Several years of relevant experience is required. A strong aptitude for mechanical technologies and systems is essential. Must have good knowledge and operational experience in many of the following areas: multidisciplinary design of consumer products, engineering tools (i.e. Labview, MatLab), computer aided design and solid modelling, commercialization of products and technologies, patenting, product sourcing, electro-mechanical systems, thermal and fluids test and measurement techniques, material properties and materials testing, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electric control systems, analog and digital circuit design, systems maintenance and calibration, software development and programming, safety standards and procedures. Must be able to effectively communicate with people at all levels of knowledge and experience. Demonstrated ability to independently advise and instruct students. Some work in the heavy labs can include large and dirty equipment. Work outside of normal hours may be occasionally required to deal with emergencies, maintenance, extended run experiments, or upgrades.
Job id# 2753 - Communications Associate - Advancement Communication & Donor Relations - USG 8
Degree with specialization in English, Writing, Marketing, Communications, or equivalent combination of education and demonstrated experience in the communications field. Communications experience in a university, not-for-profit or charitable organization, including strong copy editing experience and demonstrated ability to write creatively and persuasively. Sound knowledge of print and digital production processes including experience securing project quotes and dealing with contractors/vendors. Sound knowledge of web based and digital communications. Excellent project management experience and the ability to manage numerous projects concurrently. Proven ability in the planning and implementation of special initiatives, developing and maintaining relationships with a wide range of individuals, including students and volunteers. Demonstrated ability to take initiative and work independently and as a team member in a fast-paced, challenging and highly computerized environment. Excellent interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills. Knowledge of university fundraising and stewardship practices an important component.
Job id# 2759 - Director of Advancement, Faculty of Environment - Dean of Environment Office - USG 14-15
The Director of Advancement in the Faculty of Environment (Environment) will be a collaborative, results driven, self-starter, who exemplifies our University’s commitment to excellence and innovation. With an appreciation of the complexities of a decentralized university environment, the ideal candidate will have a broad and diverse range of interests and an investigative and natural curiosity to absorb and learn from the brilliant people and programs in our Faculty and across our campus.
Reporting jointly to the Associate Vice-President, Development (or designate) and the Dean of Environment, the Director of Advancement is responsible for development and alumni relations activities within Environment. The incumbent will self-assuredly articulate a wide variety of opportunities to inspire investments in our innovative programs and services. Having solid and credible successes in major gift fundraising including those with individuals, corporations and foundations, the Director of Advancement, Environment will have a genuine and authentic donor centric orientation.
•Completion of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience, CFRE certification and an advanced degree would be an asset.
•Eight or more years of progressive fundraising experience with a proven track record of achievement and success with raising funds at the $100,000 - $1 million level from individuals, corporations and foundations.
•Fundraising competencies, including strategic thinking, people management, interpersonal, organizational and communication skills as well as excellent judgment and an ability to develop and nurture key relationships.
•Demonstrated success in building and managing teams, planning and budget development, serving as both a leader and a participant in integrated teams.
•An ability to work under pressure, juggle multiple timelines, negotiate with donors, mediate amongst staff and faculty, interact with a diverse client base including other members of the University of Waterloo fundraising team, the Vice-President, faculty members, deans and senior administration and staff of other university business units.
•A working knowledge of the university environment is a definite asset
Job id# 2406 - Manager, Corporate Accounting and Financial Reporting - Finance - USG 13
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree coupled with an accounting designation (CA, CMA or CGA – CA preferred). 5+ years of progressive accounting experience in a complex, enterprise wide computerized accounting environment. Recent, senior-level responsibilities in preparing and reviewing annual corporate financial statements in accordance with GAAP for a large organization, including monitoring, analyzing and implementing changes in accounting and regulatory reporting requirements. Demonstrated experience ensuring the accurate and timely recording of all corporate transactions; preparing and reviewing account reconciliations; and participating in the audit process and communicating with external auditors. Must have a successful track record of people management and leadership including experience with performance management, coaching & mentoring of direct reports. Experience with capital accounting and financial system implementations would be an asset.
He/she will possess advanced accounting and technical skills to deal with complex reporting and accounting issues and an in depth understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and their application to not-for-profit organizations is preferred. He/she must be a conceptual thinker with strategic planning skills and initiative and is capable of working independently with a strong work ethic. Strong analytical and problem solving skills with exceptional attention to detail; superior time management, interpersonal, communication and listening skills; and a high degree of judgment, tact and diplomacy are essential. The individual will be an advanced user of Microsoft Office applications and knowledge of Oracle E-Business Suite is an asset.
Job ID# 2752 - Geospatial Information Systems Specialist - Library - USG 9
Bachelor’s Degree in Geomatics or equivalent [computer programming and geomatics specialization/course work in bachelor’s degree, accreditation, or college diploma/degree/certificate related to GIS or Geomatics or work experience]. Recent experience successfully providing high-quality advanced GIS technical services to end users in a public-facing capacity. Proven ability to develop, manage, complete GIS digital projects, including GIS web services. Recent technical application of advanced ArcGIS knowledge, geospatial metadata standards as well as web programming language(s), Proven self-starter; Demonstrated commitment to high-quality customer service; Proven project management experience with strong mentoring ability; Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills; Ability to present GIS information in an effective manner to individuals and groups; Effectively communicate information in a clear and concise manner, both verbally and in writing; Maintain strong working relationships; Manage priorities with fluctuating and time-sensitive deadlines in an environment with frequent interruptions.
The job description is located on the Library web page
Job Id# 2756 – Information Systems Specialist - Information Systems and Technology – USG 9-13
University degree required in a computer-related field; or equivalent education and extensive experience. Demonstrated experience in systems and business analysis, project management, customer service, as well as proficient technical skills on platforms such as Windows Servers, MSSQL databases, web applications, desktop computing, and system administration. Proven ability to leverage strong leadership competencies and liaise closely with client groups across campus and with development and technical staff in support of providing excellent client service for campus systems. The position also will require excellent troubleshooting ability along with hands-on experience in technical support. The successful candidate must have exceptional interpersonal, leadership, customer service, communication, organizational, research and analytical skills with proven ability to interact with co-workers, clients, and third party vendors with tact and diplomacy. Must work independently and as part of a team within a busy and dynamic environment, with experience managing multiple tasks at once. As such, occasional work outside of regular business hours will be required, including evenings and weekends.
Job ID# 2718 – Employee Career Advisor - Cooperative Education & Career Action – USG 10
As a key member of the Centre for Career Action, the Employee Career Advisor works with uWaterloo Employees to guide them to take action to achieve their career goals. This position reports to the Assistant Director, Centre for Career Action with a dotted line to the Director of Human Resources. Masters degree in counselling-related discipline or equivalent education and experience. Knowledge and application of career counselling theory. Excellent individual advisement and group facilitation skills. Certified to administer Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory. Experience working with a diverse client population. Excellent interpersonal (including outreach and networking), and communication (oral and written) skills. Strong organizational and research abilities. Promotion/marketing experience an asset. Willingness to work some early evenings.
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