Did you know if you are enrolled in studies at the University of Toronto you may be eligible to participate in the Work Study Program? The Work Study programs provides students with the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skills and experience through paid work on campus.
Our office is currently hiring the following work-study positions:
Job Id: 93385 EHS Student Admin Assistant:
This position entails supporting the administrative team of the Office of Environmental Health & Safety in the development and maintenance of various client support services. Tasks would be based around data entry, website updating, and assisting with other health & safety related projects. Proficient in Microsoft Office and WordPress knowledge an asset. Adobe In Design & Photoshop knowledge also an asset. Ability to work independently under supervision and strong oral and written communication skills required.
Job Id: 93389 EHS Student Assistant
This administrative position would provide the Office of Environmental Health and Safety services by assisting with the development of resource materials (including standard operating procedures and protocols (SOPs) and training documents for a variety of Health and Safety Programs. The applicant should have a background in Biological and Chemical Sciences (radiation an asset), possess good oral and written communication skills and the ability to conduct online research. Proficient in Microsoft Office and the ability to work independently under supervision.
Job ID: 98229: UV/Radiation Program Assistant
This administrative position would provide the Office of Environmental Health and Safety services by assisting the Radiation Safety team with the identification and tracking of UV lights in biosafety cabinets. Under supervision the applicant would be involved in visiting labs, data collection, and data entry. The applicant should have a background in Biological or Radiation Sciences, possess excellent oral and written communication skills and self-initiative. Lab experience is an asset and the ability to work independently under supervision.
Visit the Career Learning Network for more information and to apply.
Deadline to apply is Friday, May 19, 2017. You must be enrolled in 40% course load this summer to be eligible for the Summer Work-Study Program.