Job Posting: Admission Assessor

Job Posting: Admission Assessor

The Undergraduate Programs Unit is seeking four domestic Master’s level students to play a crucial role in reviewing Supplementary Applications for Schulich’s two undergraduate programs – the BBA and iBBA.

As a Student Supplementary Application Assessor, you will be responsible for evaluating the Supplementary Applications of prospective undergraduate students – both domestic and international – looking to join Schulich in September 2017.

We receive approximately 3,000 applications per year and require student assessors that demonstrate: an understanding of the student environment at Schulich and the types of students likely to succeed in such an environment; strong critical thinking skills; an open mind; and an ability to provide quality assessment for large volumes of applications within a short time period.

Evaluations of Supplementary Applications will be completed remotely.

Please note that only domestic Master’s level students that demonstrate financial need will be considered.

Position: Student Supplementary Application Assessor

Number of Vacancies: 4

Department: Undergraduate Programs Unit

Reports to: Associate Director, Undergraduate Programs Services

Contract: February 2, 2017 – March 7, 2017

Bursary: $2,000.00

Skills Required: Strong written and oral communication skills; ability to use good judgment and ensure strict confidentiality; excellent attention to detail; critical thinking, excellent organization and time-management skills; handling a high volume of work under tight deadlines; access to a computer and headphones to review videos is required.

To Apply:

Please email one PDF document that contains your cover letter and resume to:

Hollis Sinker
Associate Director, Undergraduate Programs Services

Please be sure to include your student number and program in your cover letter.

Deadline to apply: Friday, January 13, 2016

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