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Employment

FINANCIAL SERVICES MANAGER

Booth University College invites applications for a Financial Services Manager to join our Business Administration Department.  If you like to handle a variety of accounting tasks and have exceptional analytical skills this may be the position for you.

Booth University College is a growing undergraduate Christian institution built on 30 years of excellence, offering a range of academic programs.  Located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada), the University College denominational owner is The Salvation Army and reflects its deep involvement in service to the community. 

Reporting to the Vice President Administration, the Financial Services Manager will assist senior management in budget planning through preparation of detailed budgets in a format allowing for ease of manipulation and analysis.  Other responsibilities will include preparing monthly variance reports, preparing financial forecasts, processing accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll, maintaining finance module of the student information system and preparing tuition and scholarship tax forms.

Candidates should be enrolled in a designated accounting program at the advanced level with at least 3 years of related experience, highly competent with Excel, able to work independently on developing reports and analyses as required by senior management.   A Business Administration degree would be an asset.   A  satisfactory Criminal Record Search Certificate, a high degree of accuracy, a commitment to the mission of Booth UC and the ability to integrate Christian faith within the workplace are also required.  Knowledge of Blackbaud and with Salvation Army financial policies would be an advantage.

Applications may be submitted in confidence electronically to: Marilyn_Coupland@BoothUC.ca, or by mail to Marilyn Coupland, Human Resources Coordinator, Booth University College, 447 Webb Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 2P2. Applications will be reviewed as received, until the position is filled.
 

BUSINESS FACULTY - DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Booth University College invites applications for a faculty position in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behaviour or Marketing, although qualified candidates in other areas relevant to Business Administration may be considered.

Booth University College is a growing undergraduate Christian institution built on 30 years of excellence, offering a range of academic programs.  Located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada), the University College denominational owner is The Salvation Army and reflects its deep involvement in service to the community. 
 
The ideal candidate will possess a related master’s degree or greater, a professional designation and a minimum of five years of professional experience. An alternate combination of relevant education and experience may be considered. The successful applicant must have an active Christian faith and commitment to the integration of faith and learning in a Christian university-level setting.  Preference will be given to candidates who have post-secondary teaching experience. 

Application materials should include: curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, a two-page statement on how your faith commitment would contribute to both teaching and scholarship at Booth UC, evidence of effective teaching (if available), names and contact information for three references

The anticipated starting date for the position is July 1, 2014.   Applications may be submitted in confidence electronically to: Marilyn_Coupland@BoothUC.ca, or by mail to Marilyn Coupland, Human Resources Coordinator, Booth University College, 447 Webb Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 2P2. Applications will be reviewed as received, until the position is filled.


INSTRUCTION DESIGNER / E-LEARNING SPECIALIST

Booth University College invites applications for an Instruction Designer/E-Learning Specialist to join our Extended Learning Department.  The Instruction Designer/E-Learning Specialist will provide instructional design support to faculty, work with content area specialists to develop course shells, and implement sound instructional design projects using the University College’s learning management system.  Applicants must be skilled in all aspects of instructional technology theory and practice, have excellent communication skills, the ability to work with course material related to a broad range of academic disciplines, and have a Master’s degree in education, curriculum development, education technology or a related field. The successful applicant must have an active Christian faith and commitment to the integration of faith and learning in a Christian university-level setting.

Booth University College, located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg, Canada, is a growing undergraduate Christian institution built on 30 years of excellence, offering a range of academic programs that include a Bachelor of Social Work program, a Bachelor of Business Administration program, five Bachelor of Arts programs (Behavioural Sciences, English and Film, General Studies, Psychology, and Religion), and a Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care certificate program.   Rooted in The Salvation Army’s Wesleyan theological tradition, Booth University College brings together Christian faith, rigorous scholarship and a passion for service.

APPLICATION MATERIALS SHOULD INCLUDE: CURRICULUM VITAE, NAMES AND CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THREE REFERENCES AND EVIDENCE OF PRIOR LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS WORK (IF AVAILABLE). 

Applications may be submitted in confidence electronically to: Marilyn_Coupland@BoothUC.ca, or by mail to Marilyn Coupland, Human Resources Coordinator, Booth University College, 447 Webb Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 2P2. Applications will be reviewed as received, until the position is filled.

LIBRARY ASSISTANTS

We are currently accepting applications for LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
for the 2014-2015 academic year.

The Library Assistants will perform a variety of library and clerical duties in the John Fairbank Memorial Library.  We are seeking those who can present a positive and responsible public face for the university college library. These are term positions.  Library Assistants will have a regular working schedule of 8 to 12 hours per week which will be during evenings, Saturdays or Mondays.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Shelf maintenance (includes some heavy lifting)
• Circulation desk (includes responsibility for the library when staff are not present)
• Reference (includes assisting with catalogue, databases, internet, copier, etc.)
• Clerical work
• Researching and creating book displays
• Basic library cleaning

QUALIFICATIONS:
• B+/3.0 average required with ability to provide good research assistance to library users
• Able to communicate clearly and use tact and a pleasant manner when dealing with library users; public service experience an asset
• Able to be responsible for the library and feel comfortable enforcing policies
• Able to be discerning and hold sustained attention to detail
• Able to type accurately and understand/follow difficult instructions
• Knowledge of Library of Congress call number order is helpful

Deadline for applications is April 10, 2014.  Please include your contact information for after the end of winter semester and include the hours/days you will be available for work with your application or under separate cover before the application deadline.  Interested students are invited to submit a resume to:
 
Marilyn Coupland, Human Resources Coordinator
Rm. 222 - 447 Webb Place, Winnipeg R3B 2P2
Email:  Marilyn_Coupland@BoothUC.ca

STUDENT AMBASSADORS

We are currently accepting applications for STUDENT AMBASSADORS
for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Student Ambassadors work with the Admissions office to promote Booth University College and assist in executing the recruitment plan.

Hours for Ambassadors range from 4 hours per week to 10 hours per week.  Specific assignments will be different for each position, but depending on needs and individual skills, may include:

• Leading on-campus tours
• Representing Booth University College at career fairs, kiosks and other off-campus events
• Preparing admissions packages and mail-outs
• Communicating with prospective students via telephone, email and social media
• Participating in Admissions team meeting
• Developing and maintaining Admissions blogs to promote recruitment objectives

Applicants for Student Ambassador should:

• Be currently enrolled at Booth University College
• Have excellent communication skills
• Possess good computer skills (MS Office, Excel, Internet)
• Be able to work cooperatively in a team environment
• Be able to work with minimum supervision and to represent Booth University College in a professional, welcoming and positive way

Deadline for applications is April 10, 2014.  Include contact information for after the end of winter semester (Interviews may be conducted by phone or Skype for those not available for onsite interviews.)  Interested students are invited to submit a resume to:

Marilyn Coupland, Human Resources Coordinator
Rm. 222 - 447 Webb Place, Winnipeg R3B 2P2
Email:  Marilyn_Coupland@BoothUC.ca


 

 

 

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