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Recruitment and Admissions Counsellor (two positions)

Mount Allison University 

Reporting to the Director of Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards, the Recruitment and Admissions Counsellor works as part of a team in representing the University to prospective students, parents, guidance counsellors, and others for the purpose of introducing and recruiting students to the University.  This will involve extensive travel as well as regular presentations to groups and to individuals. They will counsel students and their parents on the admission process and the University in general.  The Recruitment and Admissions Counsellor also evaluates applicants’ academic credentials and eligibility for admission to the University, prepares related reports, and assists with associated programs and materials.

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Manager, International Recruitment 

Mount Allison University 

Reporting to the Manager, International Recruitment and Admissions (MIRA), the International Recruitment & Admissions Counsellor represents the University to prospective students, parents, guidance counsellors, and other influencers, with a focus on international recruitment and admissions.

The incumbent serves as an integral part of the international recruitment and admissions team, guiding prospective students through every stage of the recruitment and admission cycle, from the moment of discovery to the moment the prospective student becomes a current student.

The incumbent counsels students on the recruitment and admissions process and the University in general, delivers regular presentations, assesses students for admission to the University and for entrance scholarships, prepares related reports, and assists with associated programs and materials.

The incumbent is required to possess comprehensive knowledge and understanding of international educational systems, English language proficiency testing standards, a general understanding of Canadian study permit processes, as well as issues related to detection of documentation fraud.

The incumbent works an irregular schedule to accommodate the schedules of prospective students located in diverse locations around the world, including evenings, overnights, and weekends.  Extensive travel  -- physical and virtual -- is required.

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Career Services Coordinator 

Mount Allison University 

Reporting to the Director of Experiential Learning and Career Development, the Career Services Coordinator will provide administrative oversight of designated student internship programs and aspects of the student mentorship program. The Coordinator will assist in the development of strategic partnerships with private/public organizations and foundations for the identification, description, and delivery of internship opportunities. This includes but is not limited to filling internship positions with qualified students, and coordinating internship placements. They will be responsibe for utilizing provincial and federal programs that are developed to support experiential learning.

The Coordinator will manage a number of events for the Experiential Learning and Career Development Office that support students’ transition to the work force and related to professional development. As experiential learning is further improved and expanded, other activities will be added as part of the job responsibilities as they are developed.  

The Coordinator will be responsible for the design, direction, and administration of the University’s career/employment programs and services.  This includes, but is not limited to, career counselling, graduate school preparation, and the coordination and/or delivery of associated programs and workshops. 

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Coordinator, Employer Engagement & Events - Temporary

Dalhousie University 

Student Affairs is a collection of integrated units that collaborates with faculty, staff and students to enhance the student experience. We promote an inclusive, holistic and student-centric approach to learning and academic success and act as a professional resource in the delivery of evidence-based student enrolment, wellness, development and academic support programs and services. Reporting to the Director, Advising and Careers, the Coordinator, Employer Engagement & Events will establish and develop relationships with employers to enhance the career development and on-campus recruitment activities for Dalhousie students while implementing an array of services, programs and events that support students in their employability and career development, with a focus on equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility.

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Residence Wellness Coordinartor

University of New Brunswick

The University of New Brunswick Fredericton welcomes applications for the position of Residence Wellness Coordinator with Student Services. This is a 1-year term, full-time (36.25 hours per week) position with a salary range of $46,061 - $57,573 per annum.

The Residence Mental Health Support Coordinator position is intended to become an integral member of the Residence Life staff team. The Coordinator will focus on providing mental health positive programming for residence students, working directly with other staff units on campus to connect residence students to additional supports and services and providing one-on-one direct support to students as they find their path through university.

Employment includes a one-bedroom apartment located on the UNB Fredericton campus and also a staff meal plan. Please note that the apartment and the meal plan are a taxable benefit.

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Academic Advisor 

Mount Saint Vincent University

Reporting to the Manager, Centre for Academic Advising and Student Success, the role of the Academic Advisor is to provide academic advising to students, including support with academic goal setting, course selection and scheduling, selection of majors, minors and concentrations, program planning, and understanding academic policies and procedures. The academic advisor is also responsible for monitoring students' academic progress, supporting students experiencing academic difficulty, referring students to other support services, acting as a resource for faculty and other university personnel on advising and related matters, creating and maintaining academic advising resources, coordinating and promoting academic advising events, and representing the Centre for Academic Advising and Student Success internally and externally.

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Atlantic Association of College & University Student Services

C/O Jaclyn Borden
UPEI (Dalton Hall 113)
550 University Ave.
Charlottetown, PEI
C1A 4P3

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