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University of Waterloo Career – for Food Services Assistant Jobs In Waterloo, ON

University of Waterloo Jobs in Ontario :– Hurrey ! great news for job seekers. University of Waterloo Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently University of Waterloo Food Services Assistant Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Food Services Assistant Jobs in Ontario with relevant required experience can apply for University of Waterloo careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary $19.06 Per hour.

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Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department University of Waterloo
Name of the Vacant Position Food Services Assistant
Job Location Waterloo, Ontario
Salary $19.06 per hour

Job Description

Conrad Grebel University College is a liberal arts college founded by the Mennonite church and affiliated with the University of Waterloo. The mission and programs of Grebel are rooted in and inspired by its Christian identity and its Anabaptist/Mennonite heritage. Grebel offers undergraduate, graduate, and community education programs in peace and conflict studies, music, theological and religious studies, and Mennonite studies. It also has a residence, which houses 174 university students. Grebel is also home to the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement (CPA).

General Scope
Working together with the Grebel Food Services staff, under the direction of the Food Services Manager, the Food Services Assistant (FSA) is required to perform a variety of tasks including: dishwashing, floor cleaning, bag lunch making, preparing vegetables and fruits, and cleaning the dining room.

Departmental Data

  • Currently the college has 2 full time, and 7 part time cooks (5.8 fte) and 5 part time food service assistants (3.8 fte).
  • The Food Services team prepares 15,396 meals annually for residence students plus an additional 960 meals to off campus residents in the fall term.
  • We annually prepare/serve at least 188 snack nights to residents and associates, 36 community suppers, 3 term end banquets, 1 convocation reception for 500 people, 1 Taste of Grebel BBQ for 450 people, and 1 move in day luncheon for 450 people.
  • We provide $75,000 worth of meals/refreshments to the summer conference program.
  • Grebel’s annual food services expenses budget is $1,076,000 (17/18).
  • Internal and external sales (495 events for 15,000 guests in 2016-2017), summer conferences, meal tickets, meal plans, associate community supper and snack nights, and cash register sales annually contribute $228,000.

Specific Responsibilities

Food Preparation and Service

  • Performing dishwashing routines (clearing, sorting, rinsing, washing using the dishwasher or manually at pot sink, putting away)
  • Preparing items for salad bar and setting up salad bar prior to meal service
  • Preparing fruit tray, fruit salad, fresh or canned fruit for lunches
  • Preparing vegetable, fruit or cheese trays for functions
  • Preparing bag lunches and deli bar items
  • Refilling items in serving line
  • Assisting cooks with preparing items for lunches and suppers
  • Putting food away and cleaning up cafeteria serving line
  • Assisting with setting up and cleaning up special functions
  • Sweeping and mopping kitchen floors
  • Vacuuming dining room floor and wiping tables
  • Performing routine housekeeping tasks within the kitchen and dining room
  • Safely operating commercial kitchen equipment including meat slicer, potato peeler, mixers, dishwasher, and flat top
  • Following safe food handling procedures, avoiding cross contamination

Planning and Organization

  • Managing time efficiently to meet multiple hard deadlines throughout the day
  • Scaling food preparation to appropriate quantities depending on changing daily needs
  • Assisting in inventory control, advising Food Services Manager when supplies are needed
  • Participating in bi-weekly Food Services Department meetings and bi-monthly safety meetings
  • Attending monthly staff meetings
  • Providing guidance to student workers
  • Adapting to last minute requests from students, staff, faculty or guests


  • Responsible for providing and maintaining a high standard of cleanliness and organization of work spaces, refrigerators/freezers and store room
  • cleaning and sanitizing food preparation and service areas,
  • cleaning and sanitizing commercial kitchen equipment
  • deep cleaning of kitchen at end of term
  • Emptying garbage, recycling and compost containers into outside bins

Safety and Security

  • Assisting with procedures critical for safety and security such as responding to fire alarms and locking/unlocking doors
  • Ensuring all chemicals are labelled and stored properly in a safe condition
  • Placing wet floor signs as needed
  • Using appropriate transportation methods when moving containers of hot product
  • employing proper knife handling skills to protect self and co-workers
  • working in a safe manner and using protective equipment as needed
  • participating in monthly safety inspections
  • fostering a healthy work environment that adheres to the College’s health and safety practices as well as the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Support and Collaboration

  • working collaboratively with Food Services staff to complete daily/weekly tasks, including covering absences of other cooks/FSAs
  • performing other related duties as assigned
  • making recommendations that contribute to the success of the Food Services operation
  • contributing to the creation of a hospitable environment for students and a collegial climate for all members of the College community

Position Requirements

  • Support for the identity and mission of Conrad Grebel University College
  • Education: Food Handler Certification is an asset


  • Experience and/or training in a variety of food service tasks is preferred
  • Physical and Sensory Demands: This position will involve physically demanding tasks that could include but are not limited to: lifting/carrying up to 50 lbs, standing for long periods of time while operating commercial kitchen equipment, loading/unloading ovens, carts, milk machine etc. These activities require frequent bending, stretching, lifting and carrying. The majority of work happens indoors; however, FSAs are required to be outside when disposing of garbage, compost and recycling materials.
  • Interpersonal Skills: This position requires organizational skill, interpersonal skills and problem solving ability to balance multiple priorities and deadlines. Must be a strong communicator with the ability to build relationships with staff, students, delivery personnel, and contract service personnel. Attention to detail as well as having a friendly, professional, courteous, customer service oriented personality is required.
  • Ability to work safely with kitchen equipment, awareness of health and safety standards and procedures for food service facilities
  • Must be able to communicate in English

Working Relationships
The incumbent will work closely with: other Food Services Assistants, Cooks, Assistant Food Services Manager, student workers and other casual kitchen staff. This position reports to and is accountable to the Food Services Manager.

Hours & Working Environment

This position is permanent part-time, 5 hours/week minimum. Must be able to work a variety of shifts including weekends and holidays. Monday to Friday shifts are 6:30 am – 12:30 pm, 6:30 am – 2:30 pm, or 12 – 8 pm. Weekend shifts are 10 am – 7 pm. Actual hours may vary depending on workload and scheduled events. FSAs typically work 1-2 weekends, Saturday and Sunday, per month. FSAs work in close quarters with up to 20 people in an open kitchen with exposure to wide temperature swings while moving between freezers/fridges/hot cooking stations.

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University of Waterloo Career – for Education Facilitator Jobs In Waterloo, ON

University of Waterloo Jobs in Ontario :– Hurrey ! great news for job seekers. University of Waterloo Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently University of Waterloo Education Facilitator Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Education Facilitator Jobs in Ontario with relevant required experience can apply for University of Waterloo careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary $35-45 Per hour.

University of Waterloo Jobs in Ontario Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department University of Waterloo
Name of the Vacant Position Education Facilitator
Job Location Waterloo, Ontario
Salary $35-45 per hour

Job Description

The Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA) is a charitable non-profit organization that partners with the University of Waterloo, Conestoga College, and Schlegel Villages to enhance care and quality of life for older adults. Through engagement with key partners and collaborators, RIA supports practice-relevant research and knowledge mobilization. Research evidence is used to inform programs, education and training, and influence practice and policy.

The Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation for Long-Term Care (CLRI) is a program of the RIA and partners with the long-term care (LTC) sector to enhance the health and well-being of those who live and work in LTC homes. We provide programs and resources to train and engage the current and future workforce. The Ontario CLRI is funded by the Government of Ontario and hosted at Baycrest Health Sciences, Bruyère and the RIA.

Primary Purpose

The Education Facilitator is responsible for the virtual and/or in-person delivery of the LIVING the Dementia Journey (LDJ) training program to team members working in senior living. The LDJ training program will be delivered up to 4 times per week with up to 25 learners per session and is supported by educational materials and resources. The position will work closely with the project team to support the coordination and delivery of LDJ education. LDJ is an award-winning, evidence-informed training program for those who support people living with dementia. Participants gain awareness and understanding that changes not only the way they view dementia, but the way they support people living with it. To learn more about the program click here.

Key Accountabilities

Facilitation: Deliver engaging and interactive education that meets the objectives of the program and the needs of the learners, including diverse learning styles and needs. Be confident and fluent in the content of the training and tools for virtual and/or in-person delivery. Ensure active participation by all participants.
Teamwork and Consultation: Pro-actively and regularly communicate with the Education Coordinator. Work closely with the team to deliver education sessions, including communicating challenges and successes, preparation of materials, problem solving and identifying areas for improvements.
Communication: Strong written and verbal communication skills (including the use of plain language) to interact and communicate with participants and team members. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and communicate with diplomacy and tact.
Other: Take on a variety of additional activities, as they arise.
Position Requirements


College diploma or University degree, preferably in the healthcare or education field.

Skills and Experience:

A minimum of 3 years of experience delivering education using a variety of educational methodologies.
Experience with virtual facilitation, including virtual facilitation tools and techniques.
Experience in creating and maintaining a positive learning environment which supports the diversity of participant cultures, educational background and learning styles.
Experience working as a team and independently to achieve goals.
Knowledge of adult learning theories.
Knowledge of dementia, including clinical manifestations, personal expressions, current care practices, treatment options and current resources is an asset.
Knowledge of senior living environments (long-term care, retirement homes, etc.) is an asset.
Experience using Microsoft and Google products and virtual meeting software (Google Meets, Zoom).
Fluent in English. Fluency in French is an asset but not required.
Must have a valid driver’s license and be available for occasional travel.
Eligible to obtain a police background/criminal record check.
Interest and passion for enhancing quality of life and care for older adults and team members working in senior living.
Scope of Work

Interpersonal Skills: Communicate with RIA team members, LDJ facilitators and representatives/learners from all levels within senior living organizations to ensure the effective coordination and delivery of the LDJ Overview workshop. Develop trusting relationships with all stakeholders; professionally represents the RIA in all interactions and communications.
Physical and Sensory Demands: Minimal demands typical of a position operating within an office environment; periods of extensive sitting at a desk and in meetings and concentrated use of visual senses; substantial repetitive keyboard/mouse movement; high sensory demands because of required concentration and attentiveness to detail and regular distractions and interruptions.
Working Environment: Much of the time is spent sitting or standing in a comfortable position with frequent opportunity to move about. LDJ Overview workshops will be offered in-person (on location) and remotely. Work will involve regular interaction with the RIA, LDJ facilitators and external learners. There are deadline pressures, while at the same time there is a demand for thoroughness and accuracy. Occasional travel is required.
Vaccination Statement

All researchers, employees and students of the RIA who will work with long-term care homes, colleges, universities and other partners are required to comply with the vaccination policies of those external organizations to complete their work. Of note, vaccination policies are subject to change. The requirement to comply with those evolving policies does not change.

Equity Statement

The RIA is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion within its community and organization. We strongly welcome and encourage applications from Indigenous Peoples, racialized groups, women, LGBTQ2+ people, persons with disabilities and people from other equity-seeking groups.

The RIA is pleased to accommodate individual needs in accordance with the Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) within our recruitment process. If you require accommodation at any time throughout the recruitment process, please let us know.

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