Job Posts in Canada this weekPosted: November 11, 2014
Research Practicant (Volunteer), Ryerson University, Toronto
This is a training opportunity in a non-profit institution, for which we invite expressions of interest. This experiential learning and training practicum comes with the usual flexibility of volunteering practices. The volunteer will be paired with one or two staff mentors under the supervision of the Director, and will be involved in research related to World War I, including war diaries, paintings, and literature. The selected student will have a designated station in the Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre at 111 Gerrard Street, where s/he can also work on his or her course projects. S/he will be involved with a team of students and research associates. A letter will be provided upon completion. Priority will be given to Ryerson students.
Digital Media Content Co-ordinator, National Ballet School, Toronto
The incumbent will oversee the School’s audiovisual requirements including: shooting footage; editing audio/video; exporting and burning DVDs; duplicating archival footage; maintaining the NBS media archives; uploading footage for broadcast; producing materials for archives/webcasts; maintaining AV equipment. In collaboration with other departments, creates/records/edits/delivers video content for marketing, promotional and educational purposes.
Graduate Program Assistant, York University, Toronto
This position supports the Department of Theatre in the Faculty of Fine Arts, soon to be the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design. This is a part-time position consisting of 25 hours per week.
This position is responsible for providing administrative support to the Graduate Program in the Department of Theatre. Acts as a resource person to the Graduate Program Directors, faculty, graduate students, and potential applicants to the program, following academic regulations and established procedures.
Minimum 2 years recent related experience, including communicating with students at the graduate level (e.g. relaying information on a variety of matters related to academic programs, student academic records, enrolment, front-line public contact, etc.), in a student service area, preferably in a post-secondary environment.