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Career Opportunities

Trinity College is a federated college in the University of Toronto. Trinity offers excellent employment opportunities with exceptional benefits. The College is a culturally diverse community that sustains a tradition of academic excellence and provides a vibrant and welcoming community of students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Trinity College is committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

We thank all applicants for their interest in this position. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Staff Positions

Academic Donships (application deadline: extended to Friday, April 3 at 12 noon)

Faculty and Teaching Positions

No current positions



STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

Trinity College strives to provide a number of both paid and volunteer opportunities for students each year. Some examples of positions include: College Tour Guides, Residence Tour Room Hosts, Peer Advisors, FLC Peer Mentors and Assistant Peer Mentors, Student Library Staff, various other Work-Study positions and more! We will also even advertise other opportunities available through both the University of Toronto and larger community, as they are made available to us. Depending on the specific position, application timelines vary, but often take place in either the early fall or late winter. For information regarding our current opportunities, please click on the individual links below. Please continue to check-back for more great opportunities, as this web page is updated frequently!

Trinity College: Summer 2019 Work Study Positions

Applications open on April 8 through the CAREER LEARNING NETWORK. Must be registered in Summer 2019 courses to be eligible. Trinity positions include:

  • Office of the Registrar – Academic & Career Programming
  • Office of the Registrar – Awards Assistant
  • Office of the Registrar – Records Assistant
  • Office of the Dean of Students – Wellness Programming
  • Office of the Dean of Students – Residence & Student Life Programming

John W. Graham Library: Student Assistants 2020-2021

The Graham Library employs students in a part-time capacity as Student Assistants. Student Assistants are responsible for all of the shelving and shelf-maintenance at the library. They also perform many of the circulation functions at the library (such as signing out books and accepting fine payments). There are shifts when the library is run by two student assistants with no supervision.

Applications for the 2020-2021academic year are now open. Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

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Full Description for Library Student Assistant Positions

Position: Student Assistant

Period of Employment: September 2020 – April 2021

Position Summary: Student Assistants are responsible for all of the shelving and shelf-maintenance at the library. They also perform many of the circulation functions at the library (such as signing out books and accepting fine payments). There are shifts where the library is run by two student assistants with no supervision.

Qualifications:

  • student at the University of Toronto
  • good written and excellent verbal communication skills
  • ability to work with computers
  • ability to use stairs, push heavy book trucks, lift boxes of books, and use a backpack to carry books to and from other St. George campus libraries
  • attention to detail
  • exceptional customer service skills

Duties:

  • Interprets and enforces library policies and emergency and security procedures.
  • Charges, discharges, and renews library materials; checks shelves for overdue materials; updates or corrects the borrower information in borrower records.
  • Retrieves material from Storage; places holds on items; assists with searching for items that are out of place; processes new books.
  • Retrieves and returns materials from other University of Toronto libraries on the St. George Campus.
  • Scans material to support the library’s course reserves and document delivery services.
  • Sorts and shelves items, regularly checks shelves to ensure that the books are in order.
  • Maintains photocopiers/printers; troubleshoots and provides basic instructions to users of the printer, photocopiers, cash-to-card machine, and scanners.
  • Takes group study room bookings.
  • Accepts and documents fines and printing payments.
  • Takes counts of items used in-house, documents and files manual loans, takes regular counts of library users in the library at prescribed times.
  • Answers directional questions; refers library users to appropriate personnel.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Hours per Week: Monday through Sunday. Shift work (includes days, evenings, and weekends). 5-12 hours.

Starting Hourly Rate: $15.15/hour

Related: U of T Libraries student jobs

 


UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Employment opportunities at the University of Toronto

U of T Work-Study Program – positions posted on the Career Learning Network Application module

U of T Libraries student jobs