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Employment Opportunity

Duck Stop Assistants


University of Toronto Mississauga Students Union
Local 109, Canadian Federation of Students

Position Type: Part-time (8 - 12 hrs a week)


Availability: MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK MIDNIGHT SHIFTS (8PM 12PM)
Supervisor: Services Manager
Start Date: September 2016
End Date: April 2017
Compensation: $13 /hr

Skills:
Adapt knowledge of campus orientation, organizations, services and activities
Strong public and student service skills
Reliable, organized, professional and self-motivated
Proficient in MS Office and Adobe applications

Duties:
i. Service-delivery:
Ensure the efficient and effective delivery of all UTMSU and Student Centre services offered at
the UTMSU Duck Stop. This includes but is not limited to:
Greeting all Customers warmly
Assisting Customers with the bagging and loading of their merchandise
Retail of all Merchandise being sold at the Duck Stop
Facilitate all other services as assigned by UTMSU

ii. Resource Management:


Ensure the accessibility and accuracy of all UTMSU and Student Centre resources available at
the UTMSU Duck Stop. This includes but is not limited to:
Stocking and Restocking inventory
Responsible for keeping the Duck Stop clean and maintaining the stationery and forms in
an organized manner
Responsible for handling and balancing cash and all other financial transactions during
the shift
Administer all other services provided by UTMSU
Note: There may be other duties assigned by UTMSU. The duties could range from short to
long-term projects.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: JULY 8th, 2016


Students can also access the job description online at www.utmsu.ca

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Please send your applications to jobs@utmsu.ca.


Include a one-page cover letter with your rsum. The presentation and
comprehensiveness of your application will be seriously evaluated along with
experience.
Please have Duck Stop Assistant in the Subject Line when applying.
Also, please do not telephone or fax.

*Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. *

"The University of Toronto Mississauga Students Union is committed to employment equity and encourages
applications from members of diverse communities including: Aboriginal people, persons of colour, persons with
disabilities, members of the queer communities, trans people and women. Please note that UTMSU is an
independently incorporated students union operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a
University of Toronto position."