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Selkirk College Career – for Building Service Worker Jobs In Nelson, BC

Selkirk College Jobs in British Columbia :– Hurry ! great news for job seekers. Selkirk College Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently Selkirk College Building Service Worker Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Building Service Worker Jobs in British Columbia with relevant required experience can apply for Selkirk College careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary  $ 24.06 per hour.

Selkirk College Jobs in British Columbia Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Selkirk College

Name of the Vacant PositionBuilding Service Worker

Job Location – Nelson, British Columbia

Salary – $ 24.06 per hour

Jobs TypeUniversity Jobs In Canada

Job Description

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • General custodial duties such as garbage collection, mopping, vacuuming, cleaning and disinfecting washrooms etc.
  • Perform heavy manual labour such as carpet cleaning, scrubbing/polishing floors, moving furniture etc.
  • Perform maintenance and minor repairs to assigned tools and equipment
  • Replenish custodial supplies
  • Perform general maintenance of facility, report maintenance problems and advise of equipment in need of repair
  • Set up and take down for special events and functions
  • Clear and secure the building at the end of the day
  • Report security problems to the Director of Facilities
  • Monitor students working in studios after hours
  • Assist with emergency evacuation and manage special situations such as power outages
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Excellent interpersonal, critical thinking, customer service, and multi-tasking skills
  • Must be in good physical condition

Education and Experience

  • High school graduation
  • Custodial Training Certificate – an asset but not required.
  • WHMIS certification
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
  • First Aid Certificate preferred
  • Minimum 1-year custodial experience in a public institution

These are on-call positions commencing as soon as possible. Salary will be Pay Grade 4, $24.06 per hour in accordance with the Selkirk College PPWC Collective Agreement.

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Selkirk College Career – for Indigenous Student Navigator Jobs In Nelson, BC

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Selkirk College Jobs in British Columbia Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Selkirk College

Name of the Vacant Position – Indigenous Student Navigator

Job Location – Nelson, British Columbia

Salary – $ 62,250.00 Per Year

Jobs Type – University Jobs In Canada

Job Description

Main Duties and Responsibilities

Indigenous recruitment and outreach 

  • Leads preparation, revision and sharing of program and course marketing information (brochures, social media) for an Indigenous audience.
  • Liaises and works with communications department and student services recruitment officers to provide presence and input into college-wide recruitment and engagement events (e.g. Get Connected)
  • Maintains contacts with First Nation and Metis Nation partners on their annual events where the college can advertise programs and courses of interest to membership.
  • Supports, plans and attends cultural activities and events at other Selkirk College campuses and learning centres.
  • Maintains and monitors social media and e-newsletter sites; and provides updates to events for Indigenous student community.
  • Provides general application information and refers Indigenous learners to the Counsellor of Indigenous Students for enrollment and funding options.
  • Attends Indigenous community events and takes part in post-secondary recruitment activities at the secondary school level to answer inquiries from students and their families on college programming and Indigenization of the academy.
  • Leads and coordinates visitation schedules with high schools across the region, Indigenous and support agencies, career fairs, and conferences to meet prospective students, counsellors and administrators to share programs and courses.
  • Strategizes and sources merchandise to support recruitment process. Also helps with creation and sourcing of culturally appropriate gifts for events and celebrations.

Student Support and Success 

  • Sustain a working knowledge of urban Indigenous resources (e.g. wellness, funding, family services) to support and retain Indigenous students.
  • Connects with the Counsellor of Indigenous Students and Financial Aid office to help Indigenous students access services.
  • Supports and engages with the Indigenous Services team and Elders on Indigenous student activities and cultural programming.
  • Culturally supports and aids Indigenous students to meet work study and work integrated learning opportunities.
  • Supports and guides Indigenous students to navigate and cope with western education paradigms and identity using culturally respectful and lived experience approaches.

Indigenous cultural programming and observances planning 

  • Provide and maintain a calendar of significant dates that includes: provincial and federal Indigenous observances, partner Nations celebrations and annual events, recruitment and college events, and local Indigenous events and engagement.
  • When invited, co-plans and co-delivers with Nation partner and urban community partners programs and events to support Indigenous student life and cultural teachings.
  • Liaises with college departments and services to provide culturally appropriate messaging and social media outreach for events, observances and ceremonies/celebrations.
  • Strategizes and helps secure appropriate cultural gifts for events and celebrations.

Indigenization and systemic changes 

  • Recommends systemic changes to enable Indigenous students to succeed from enrollment to graduation and transfers.
  • Identifies gaps in services and supports for Indigenous students at the college and when needed, be an advocate for student concerns and problem solve solutions.
  • Provides and shares cultural awareness and safety information and training to departments and personnel so Indigenous students feel supported by the entire institution.
  • Participates on various college committees to share expertise on indigenizing and to provide an informed Indigenous voice to processes and procedural change.
  • Supports cultural programming and special events (e.g. speaker series) in a culturally relevant and respectful way. Includes engaging with Nation partners on and off campuses.
  • Other duties as needed, identified and supported by the Manager, Indigenous Education and Engagement

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities 

  • Demonstrated Indigenous cultural approaches to communications with Indigenous communities and students.
  • Appreciation and respect for the diversity of Indigenous nations and cultural practices.
  • Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills to engage with various audiences (e.g. departments, students, communities, agencies)
  • Ability to engage in and identify nuances of non-verbal communication with Indigenous students and families in a gentle, caring way.
  • Respectful engagement with Indigenous communities, recognizing political and community self-determination and healing.
  • Skilled in examining, developing, and executing engagement and support strategies that meet current needs of students.
  • Proficient in engaging with various social media platforms in a concise and appropriate way.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
  • Proficient in Windows Office 365 and social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
  • Able to cultivate strong relationships and networks in a holistic w ay.
  • Ability to travel to other campuses and communities in the region on a regular basis.

Education and Experience

  • 2-year diploma or degree in Indigenous studies, business administration, art studies, human services.  A combination of related education and experience may be considered.
  • Minimum of 3 years of demonstrated experience working within and with public post-secondary in Indigenous services, recruitment/communications departments, and/or human services.
  • Lived experience working with and in Indigenous communities. Knowledge of partner Nation communities an asset, in terms of appropriate engagement and networking.
  • Experience with engaging in and understanding Indigenous cultural practices, including artistic disciplines, cultural teachings, and ceremony.
  • Actively participates in Indigenous networks, such as education, cultural, artistic.

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Selkirk College Career – for Infrastructure Development Jobs In Nelson, BC

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Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Selkirk College

Name of the Vacant Position – Infrastructure Development

Job Location – Nelson, British Columbia

Salary – $ 97,283.00 Per Year

Jobs Type – University Jobs In Canada

Job Description

Main Duties & Responsibilities

Provide technical support to server and cloud-based applications by:

  • Conducting routine application, server, and system maintenance activities
  • Ensuring timely resolution and closure of escalated support tickets involving Selkirk College IT infrastructure
  • Solving complex, advanced technical problems involving server, network and cloud computing resources.
  • Providing detailed technical documentation

Configure and manage Selkirk’s computing devices by:

  • Designing Microsoft Endpoint Manager architecture and extending Microsoft Active Directory schema
  • Maintaining Selkirk College computer fleet including operating systems and application patching
  • Creating data queries to audit endpoint compliance, managing system roles and configure role-based management
  • Creating application packages and task sequences for deployment of software
  • Developing and maintaining Active Directory Services objects, organizational units, provisions computer and user accounts as needed, developing and maintaining Group Policies, login/logoff scripts, etc.;
  • Validating the end user experience on deployments and technologies
  • Maintaining and developing Citrix resources for lab and application deployment to staff and students;

Develops and supports Instructional Media Services by:

  • Designing and coordinating media technology-enabled classrooms, meeting spaces and common areas;
  • Providing training and support for Tier I’s in training and support of classroom multi-media equipment;
  • Providing as needed support for large college events, including the installation and operation of equipment;
  • Participating in researching new classroom designs, specifications for presentation and multi-media equipment;

Supports day to day operations of Selkirk’s applications and infrastructure by:

  • Performing routine server and server application maintenance including applying updates and patches within a virtual server environment (Nutanix and MS Azure);
  • Supporting day to day operation of College VOIP, enterprise wireless, and network LAN infrastructure;
  • Ensuring all systems in our M365 environment and related services such as Citrix and Papercut for example, are working at optimal levels and support the development of new technologies and system requirements.
  • Analyzing existing systems to ensure they offer adequate security and are effectively meeting the needs of the organization.
  • Understanding of business requirements to identify optimal systems integrations or architect new solutions.
  • Providing technical mentorship to technician team members.
  • Providing input into the tasks and activities of IT project plans.
  • Making recommendations to supervisor for processes and procedures to improve department.

Generates statistics and writes reports by:

  • Developing, implementing and maintaining active monitoring and reporting solutions;
  • Maintaining and enhancing system “run books”,
  • Performing and maintaining periodic checks against systems, audits performance and checks against audit logs for anomalies;
  • Validating reports generated by external groups against the College`s own data.

Provides other duties as assigned.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • In-depth working knowledge of computer equipment and Microsoft Windows based technology solutions including Active Directory, Endpoint Manager, Intune, and M365 administrative tools;
  • Ability to support network and infrastructure solutions including: VPNs, DNS/DHCP, and VLANs, and Cisco and Meraki switching technologies;
  • Experience with audiovisual, multimedia, equipment, digital streaming services and sound production;
  • Knowledge of instructional technology hardware and software systems; personal computers and applications, display technology, and sound systems;
  • Ability to analyze issues with excellent trouble-shooting skills and root cause/investigative approaches to issues, problems and challenges
  • Demonstrated ability to produce and maintain high quality technical documentation
  • Excellent customer service skills including strong communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and ability to organize – planning work, meetings and projects
  • Ability to work in a high-pressure environment that requires proficiency in multitasking, prioritizing, and meeting deadlines
  • Demonstrated success as a team member — in taking initiative and responsibility for your work and in working autonomously
  • A commitment to continuous learning, evolving their skills and expertise in supporting this role.
  • Solid scripting/command line and shell scripting skills would be considered an asset

Education and Experience

  • BSc Degree in Computer Science combined with a minimum of at least 2 years of industry experience; or, a two-year diploma in Computer Information Systems or Technology with a minimum of 3 years or more of directly related experience.
  • Experience and understanding of Windows and MacOS Operating Systems, Desktop Lifecycle
  • Proficiency with networking monitoring, development and maintenance tools in a variety of operating system environments
  • Experience in virtualization implementation, administration and security.
  • Proficiency in deploying streaming media services, setting-up audiovisual equipment, digital media translation services, and developing classroom instructional environments.

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Selkirk College Career – for Student Recruitment Coordinator Jobs In Nelson, BC

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Selkirk College Jobs in British Columbia Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Selkirk College

Name of the Vacant PositionStudent Recruitment Coordinator

Job Location – Nelson, British Columbia

Salary – $ 59,982.00 Per Year

Jobs Type – University Jobs In Canada

Job Description

Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Manager and utilizing a service excellence approach, this position is responsible for leading the development and implementation of student recruitment initiatives. The successful candidate will be an out-going and excited member of the Marketing and Communications team who thrives on creating and nurturing relationships.

The Student Recruitment Coordinator is responsible for the distribution of information and promotion of Selkirk College to prospective high school students across British Columbia.

This position serves as a liaison between the College and prospective students and target audiences/influencers; identifying and facilitating innovative College and program specific recruitment initiatives; opportunities, organizing and executing events and preparing and delivering presentations. This role is also responsible for facilitating the distribution of promotional materials; researching and planning as well as executing the content, production, and distribution of web, social media and print communications. The Student Recruitment Coordinator is responsible for the research of recruitment trends to make decisions on how best to recruit students to Selkirk College.

This role has a strong understanding of Strategic Enrolment Management and is able to utilize data retrieved through a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to track and communicate to students based on their status within the student enrolment funnel.

This role leads the development and implementation of techniques and tools to ensure communication and tracking activities are implemented and quality control measures are met, and; actively promoting awareness creating desire and interest to attend Selkirk College programs.

The Student Recruitment Coordinator will facilitate communication and action between the College and the Secondary School system for the purposes of increased enrolments and programming.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

Promotes Selkirk College brand positioning through communication of key messages designed to increase enrolment and raise awareness of programs and student services:

  • Works within the Marketing & Communications department, liaising with the schools via the deans and chairs to identify recruitment opportunities, target student populations, and to develop, execute and evaluate recruitment plans and campaigns;
  • Leads the development and implementation of visitation schedules for high schools, agencies, career fairs and/or conferences to meet prospective students, counsellors and administrators to discuss program offerings and answer/gather questions concerning curriculum, admission requirements, enrolment procedures, timelines, student services and student life.  This requires this position to possess a thorough understanding of all of these components of the College.
  • Leads the creation and delivery of presentations to prospective students and/or parents on an individual or group bases to answer questions, compare educational institutions, discuss their educational goals and to provide admissions, introductory financial aid, secondary school transitions, student services and student life information;
  • Documents “intelligence” gathered from the “field” as an important input to the development of recruitment, marketing and College-response strategies;
  • Strategizes, plans and organizes on-campus recruitment events for prospective students, including agendas, speakers, workshops, tours, and transportation;
  • Strategizes, plans, sources and utilizes merchandise to supports the recruitment process;
  • Raises the profile and builds the positive image of the college through leading institutional participation in community events such as fairs and other regional events;
  • Leads the collaborative planning, development and implementation of new and automated processes and procedures to track and communicate with student prospects;
  • Leads the development of recruitment collateral such as email campaigns, flyers, brochures, web and social media content; and keeps the CRM up-to-date with prospective and current student outreach
  • Works to continually enhance and improve the communications sent out through the CRM to best promote Selkirk College to the prospective student based on the students position within the enrolment funnel
  • Organizes and presents metrics gathered through a CRM to influence recruitment-based decisions and prospective student outreach
  • Leads the development, monitoring, and evaluation of various forms of educational partnerships including the development of new and existing transition programs in support of the West Kootenay School Districts and Selkirk College Partnership with goals of increasing career awareness, credit transfer, and seamless secondary to post-secondary transition;
  • Prepares proposals and reports documenting and evaluating recruitment activities; and presents proposals and reports to internal and external audiences;
  • Develops good working relationships with school chairs and service managers to remain familiar with and continually contributing “field intelligence” to programming and service/process changes and developments;
  • Remain current with developments in field of student recruitment and strategically liaise with other Recruitment Coordinators;
  • Participates in major and special college events
  • Develops an annual work plan for discussion and approval by the supervisor;
  • Refers students to appropriate program or service contacts or resource areas and follow up to ensure needs have been met;
  • Provides insight and feedback to the Marketing department and Graphic Designers in the development of creative concepts and campaigns;
  • Works in cooperation with the Marketing Communications department in developing and aligning related marketing strategies;
  • Participates in and initiates social media recruitment efforts identified in the Selkirk Marketing and Communications plan;
  • Acts with professionalism and integrity at all times

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Excellent written, verbal and customer service skills
  • Skilled in examining, developing and executing new strategies to better suit changing trends
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail Knowledge of BC high school and post-secondary system, institutions and programs
  • Knowledge of both traditional and digital marketing recruitment pathways
  • Knowledge of admissions policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of diverse populations and cultures
  • Demonstrated ability in report writing, customer relations systems, and social media platforms
  • Proficiency in Windows XP and Office Suite
  • Able to gather data, compile information and prepare reports
  • Ability to cultivate strong relationships with key audiences
  • Ability to develop and implement recruitment strategies
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to work in a multi-tasking environment
  • Basic understanding of the development and management of budgets
  • Ability to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities and meet deadlines

Education and Experience

  • 4-year related university degree or equivalent related education
  • 3-4 years related experience
  • Demonstrated experience in the fields of student recruitment and/or sales and marketing
  • Demonstrated public speaking experience
  • Demonstrated experience developing recruitment or marketing plans
  • Demonstrated experience working with a Customer Relationship Management System an asset
  • Valid BC Drivers Licence

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Selkirk College Career – for Educational Developer Jobs In Nelson, BC

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Selkirk College Jobs in British Columbia Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Selkirk College

Name of the Vacant Position – Educational Developer

Job Location – Nelson, British Columbia

Salary – $ 68,000.00 Per Year

Jobs Type – University Jobs In Canada

Job Description

The Educational Developer, Instructional Media will:

  • Contribute to the strategic visions of the TLI and Student Access and Support in accordance with the College’s mission, values, strategic plan, other plans (Education, Indigenization, Internationalization), and policies and procedures.
  • Effect positive change while promoting both educational innovation and accountability.
  • Contribute to the development and achievement of TLI operational plans and annual goals.
  • Work effectively with the TLI team, College’s Deans and Chairs committee, School Chairs, program faculty and staff, Education Council, and other internal and external stakeholders in a manner that supports a collaborative culture and excellence.
  • Other duties as identified by your supervisor.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Demonstrated success as an innovative, inclusive, collaborative education developer who has integrity, energy, and research around best practices.
  • Proficiency with all aspects of curriculum design and development including Education Council governance, program development processes, learning outcomes, and assessment, evaluation, and teaching strategies.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with all levels of faculty, students and administrative staff; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
  • Excellent ability to develop and deliver training.
  • Demonstrated commitment to continuous improvement and customer service.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve complex issues, both logical and interpersonal.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple processes and activities simultaneously.
  • Commitment to an inclusive, accessible environment that celebrates and promotes understanding and respect of diverse people.
  • The ability to complete projects on time and within scope.

Education and Experience

  • A Master’s degree or equivalent in Adult Education, Educational Development, Curriculum Design, or a related field.
  • Significant experience (five years or more) teaching and/or working in a teaching and learning development role in a Post-Secondary unionized college environment working in program development.
  • Exemplary experience demonstrating a broad range of excellent practice in developing innovative teaching strategies, curriculum expertise, development of authentic assessment strategies, student-centred learning and teaching, and effective use of inclusion and diversity strategies in online and blended learning environments.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

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Selkirk College Jobs in British Columbia Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Selkirk College

Name of the Vacant Position Hospitality Instructional Assistant

Job Location – Nelson, British Columbia

Salary – $ 1,895.00 – 3,045.00 per year

Jobs Type – University Jobs In Canada

Job Description

Main Duties and Responsibilities

Creating and maintaining a positive learning environment with supervision from the instructor;
Facilitate student learning using relevant application of software and industry content;
Strong understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

Demonstrated ability to teach;An understanding of the Hospitality and Tourism industry;
Excellent communication, team work, and time management skills;
Proficient computer skills and experience (including Microsoft Word, Excel);
Working knowledge of Moodle or other Learning Management System or experience in online delivery an asset;
Ability to relate with a diversity of students from multiple cultural backgrounds.

Education and Experience

Must have three (3) years in the hospitality industry with a combination of post-secondary education and experience equaling a minimum of nine (7) years;
Must have a minimum of a Diploma in a related field, however preference may be given to those with a Degree or Masters in a related discipline;
Previous teaching experience in a post-secondary environment an asset;
Provincial Instructional Diploma or equivalent an asset;

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