OverviewSoutheast College Student Advisor Contract in Moosomin, SK
Branch Moosomin SK CA
This education would provide knowledge in career counselling, adult education, group facilitation, testing and assessment, workshop development, analytical and…
This is a full-time temporary position that is primarily responsible for a variety of career and counselling duties with students and the general public for the Moosomin Campus as well as covering other programs and campuses as needed.
The minimum relevant knowledge or formal training essential to perform the functions of this position is a relevant bachelors degree or academic equivalent. This education would provide knowledge in career counselling, adult education, group facilitation, testing and assessment, workshop development, analytical and research skills.
The minimum of practical related experience required to perform the duties of this position is two years. This experience would provide skills in communication, assessment, group facilitation, career planning, and working as part of a holistic, multi-disciplinary team.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Requires a basic knowledge and understanding of the principles and practices of career development theory, counselling ethics and adult learning theory
Demonstrated experience in working with people from equity groups in a cross-cultural setting, and the ability to work in a collaborative, team setting.
Demonstrated proficiency in the use of computer applications.
Demonstrated communication skills, including written and oral, and effective public relations skills.
Demonstrated ability to plan, and facilitate workshops for groups of adults.
Must be prepared to schedule hours of work according to the demands of the position including evenings and weekends when necessary (i.e. field hours)
Must possess a valid drivers license and be willing to travel
START DATE: ASAP
END DATE: 3-month term with the possibility of extension
HOURS OF WORK: Full Time Field Staff
Employment Type: Freelance
Location: Moosomin, SK, CA
Posted on: 2016-05-19