EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES WINTER 2014
MUCEP Job Opportunities
1 I am an undergraduate student.
2. I am registered in at least 3 credit courses during the Winter 2014 semester (if I drop a course, I am no longer eligible for a MUCEP position).
3. I have a 60% or above CUMULATIVE AVERAGE or a 60% or above average in my LAST 10 COURSES. (As a first year student, you have attained a 60% cumulative average because of the admission average)
4. I will not work more than 80 MUCEP hours this semester. I will complete only one of the following options during this semester:
- one 80 hour position ($1053)
- one 40 hour position ($527)
- two 40 hour positions ($527 each)
Job Description: Peer Tutors
Peer Tutors are recruited for all courses. The Learning Centre offers Open Tutoring (drop-in), group tutoring, and one-on-one (Match) tutoring. Potential tutors have successfully completed the course with a minimum final grade of 75%. Peer tutors are friendly and approachable students who are easy to talk to. The position pays $14.65 per hour for a minimum of 2 hours per week, with the potential for more hours if you are interested. We have a room avialable for peer tutoring and we work with your schedule to arrange meeting times.
Contact: Lorna Payne X6268 firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Description: Intramural Assistant
Help with the organization, promotion and delivery of intramural programs and activities. Plan, promote, supervise, evaluate and operate intramural activites. Ability to work independently and as a team member.
Contact: Janice Galliott X6470 email@example.com
Job Description: Physics Lab Student Assistant
Help to set up laboratory equipment database in Microsoft Access. The task would involve setting up the database file in consultation with lab instructors and entering each major piece of equipment, its serial numbers and location. Knowledge of MS Access would be an asset. This would be done at hours convenient to you and our lab schedule.
Research and set up a new display on Particle Detectors for the display cabinet outside AS307 (The Physics Prep Room). Some materials are already prepared or planned, so this task would involve organizing and completing the display.
Research and set up a new display about galaxies (or the Milky Way galaxy) for the display cabinet in the observaotry vestibule. This task is pretty much from scratch, but will be at a public-interest level.
Darlene Engilsh X6292 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Work and Service Program (SWASP), funded by the Provincial Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, was designed to reduce the debt load of student parents, and to offer a valuable work opportunity where learned skills could be put to use and new ones strengthened.
What SWASP offer participants?
1. A valuable work experience, applicable to their program of study and career objectives
2. A tuition credit
3. An opportunity to network; and to strengthen and develop skills
4. Personal and professional development through workshops offered on resume, cover letter writing; interview tips; job search/networking; and more!
Who is eligible
Fall semester: funding is available to student parents enrolled at Memorial University.
Winter semester: funding is available to student parents enrolled at Memorial. (Should additional funding become available, this program will be available to non-parent students)
Spring Semester: Funding is available to both student parents and non-student parents (ie. ALL Memorial students are eligible)
260 hours (full-time hours, only part-time students can apply);
$1400 tuition voucher, $1200 cash stipend
Non-Student parents can apply for this option only.Option B:
100 hours (part-time hours, part-time and full-time students can apply);
$1200 tuition voucher OR $750 tuition voucher, $450 cash stipend.