Part Time Opportunities

Videographer

As a member of the Feds Marketing and Communications department, the Videographer will report to and work closely with the Communications & Media Relations Specialist for 6-10 hours a week. The Videographer will produce promotional video content and event coverage for use on Feds.ca and social media.

Qualifications:

- Broad knowledge of production methods and equipment (camera, lights, and sound)

- Knowledge of post-production workflows (editing, distributing)

- Knowledge of any of the following: Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects, DSLR Filmmaking, Motion graphics, Soundtrack Pro, and Logic Pro

- A team player with a positive attitude who is punctual, consistent, flexible and reliable

- Ability to work independently and meet deadlines

Tasks and Responsibilities:

- Produce high-quality content that is both informative and creatively driven

- Effectively convey the mission and vision of the Federation of Students, including clubs, services, and commercial services, through visual media

- Collaborate with departments within the Federation of Students to effectively market campaigns, events, promotions and other activities

- Script, schedule, shoot, produce and edit video content for Feds.ca and social media

- Attend assigned events

All interested undergraduates should send a cover letter, resume, schedule availability and portfolio to lisa.umholtz@uwaterloo.ca.

Bombshelter Pub Bartender/Server

Be part of The Bombshelter Service staff as a staff member working front of house! We are looking for experienced bartenders and servers.

Pay rate: Competitive

Hours per week: approximately 20 hours per week

Qualifications:

Restaurant experience mandatory
• Ability to work under pressure within a team.
• Must be dependable, punctual and flexible.
• Able to work with minimal supervision.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

• Must help maintain a highly positive work environment.
• Must work within and maintain a safe and sanitary environment.
• Maintain proper storage and rotation of food items.
• Required to work when needed (longer shifts/shorter shifts dependent on business).

All interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Greg Plester at gwplester@feds.ca

Bombshelter Pub Line Cook

The Bombshelter Pub Kitchen Team is always looking for enthusiastic, hard-working students to assist in the service of great food at student-friendly prices.

Hours per week: mornings and/or afternoons

Qualifications:

• Possess strong physical and mental constitution.
• Possess strong communication skills.
• Work well in fast-pace, high pressure environment.
• Able to comprehend and follow instructions independently as well as in a group setting.
• Able to lift up to 50 lbs.

Previous Cooking/Culinary experience is an asset, but not a necessity. All training is done on site and a good work attitude and work ethic are of the utmost importance.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

• Prepare, cook and present food quickly and efficiently.
• Assist with kitchen inventory controls, including receiving, stocking and rotating of inventory according to FIFO.
• Properly stock, organize and clean individual stations and ensuring assigned stations is prepared for operating day.
• Assist in keeping the kitchen clean, hygienic and tidy, at all times.
• Work safely around kitchen equipment and report any maintenance issues to a manager/supervisor.
• Be involved and contribute towards a workplace that strive towards excellence in service.
• Carry out instructions given by the appropriate (front of house & back of house) management on duty.
• Practice good personal hygiene (hair tied back, clean uniform, adequate hand washing, etc...).
• Communicate with other staff vocally, and by writing on the white board in the kitchen.
• Ensure all tools and utensils are used safely, sanitized and stored correctly after use.
• Maintain personal knowledge by completing in-house training.
• Properly operate kitchen equipment, in a safe and productive manner.
• Always adhere to all Federation of Students Part-time policies and procedures.

The Bombshelter Management team strive to service the students as customers, as well as facilitate the development of our employees in a safe, positive environment.

All interested applicants are encouraged to contact Cedric Garcia, Assistant Kitchen Manager of The Bombshelter Pub, at jgarcia@uwaterloo.ca, or drop off a resume and a weekly schedule at the bar.

Licensed Security Guards for The Bombshelter Pub

The Bombshelter Pub

The Bombshelter Pub is hiring licensed security guards. Be a part of the team by applying for this role that helps ensure the safety of our patrons. You will be required to work approximately 6-20 hours per week. The pay rate is $12-13 an hour (to be discussed with manager).

Qualifications:

- A positive attitude and the ability to work well in a team.
- Able to stay calm in situations and work well under pressure.
- A license to be a security guard.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

- Protecting patrons and property.
- Upholding Liquor License and Trespass to Property Acts
- Light physical labour (cleaning, organizing, etc.), interacting with patrons and other Feds/UW staff
- Providing assistance to patrons and staff when needed.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to greg.plester@uwaterloo.ca or drop off the document at The Bombshelter Pub.
A course will be provided at the end of the April. Please contact management directly.

Photographer

As a member of the Feds Marketing and Communications department, the Photographer will report to and work closely with the Communications & Media Relations Specialist for 5-8 hours a week. The Photographer will produce content for use on Feds.ca and Feds social media.

Qualifications

- Creative individual with attention to detail

- Strong photography skills; knowledge of Adobe Photoshop

- Team player who is punctual, consistent, flexible and reliable

- Excellent organization skills

- Ability to work independently and meet deadlines

Tasks and Responsibilities

- Attend assigned events and take creative, engaging photos for use on Feds.ca and social media

- Use Photoshop to edit photos to the proper size and quality

- Create monthly Instagram plans

- Attend weekly meetings with the Communications & Media Relations Specialist to share progress on assignments

All interested undergraduates must submit a cover letter, resume, schedule availability and portfolio of photos to lisa.umholtz@uwaterloo.ca.

Bombshelter Pub Licensed Security Staff

Pay rate: Competitive

Hours per week: approximately 20 hours per week

Description of Role:
The Bombshelter Pub is looking to hire licensed security staff. Licensing training can/will be provided.

All interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Greg Plester at gwplester@feds.ca

 

 

Feds Promotional Representative – Spring Term

Contact Person Email: promo@feds.ca

References Required: No

Numbers of References Requested: 0

Description:

The Feds Promotional Representatives operate on three key values: confidence, optimism, and approachability. The team is composed of outgoing and positive students who assist in strategic marketing and planned promotions with the goal to enhance student awareness of Feds and all programs, services, and initiatives that it coordinates.

Workload: Expect 15-25 hours during the first few weeks of the term; 6-20 hours every week following

Pay: $11.25/hr, increases with good review

Work hours: Available to work shifts from 10am-2pm throughout the week

Qualifications:

- Enthusiastic and positive undergraduate students who possess a strong desire to help marketing efforts reach their full potential
- Team player
- Strong communication skills
- Passionate and involved within the UWaterloo community
- Proven ability to think in creative and unconventional ways
- Previous marketing, promotions, or sales experience is a strong asset
- Knowledge of Feds clubs, volunteer services, and food/retail services is an asset
- Social media presence is an asset

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Marketing Specialists, the Feds Promotional Representatives are responsible for a number of initiatives including, but not limited to:

*Creating interest and excitement for Feds events and services by distributing flyers and promotional giveaways to engage students
* Assisting the Marketing Specialists in the process of brainstorming new and innovative approaches to engage students
* Providing feedback to the Marketing Specialists regarding current promotions and initiatives
* Collecting survey information and opinions from students
* Posting advertising materials across campus

All interested applicants should submit a resume with cover letter and term availability to promo@feds.ca

 

Kitchen Prep

General Accountability:

Working in a team environment, the successful candidate will be responsible for preparing and packaging the various items that the Kitchen prepares. This position helps maintain production, efficiency, quality, consistency, and sanitation of the kitchen environment. The Prep Kitchen services all of Federation of Students, clubs, societies, and commercial services e.g. International News and Campus Bubble. The successful applicant will take direction and report directly to the Food Operations Manager.

Principle Accountabilities:

• Responsible for creating and packaging food for distribution across campus
• Help maintain waste control, proper food portioning, dating and rotation of food items
• Maintain a safe and sanitary kitchen environment
• Knowledge of kitchen and counter equipment, maintenance and safe handling procedures

Job Requirements and Special Skills:

• This position is specifically for the hours of 2pm-6pm weekdays and weekends
• Good knife skills and knowledge of kitchen equipment
• Experience working in a fast-paced kitchen environment
• Familiarity with safe food handling procedures
• First Aid certificate an asset

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Mike Ulmer.

Feds Graphic Designer – Spring Term

Job Description:
The Feds Graphic Designer is part of a dynamic team of paid undergraduate student staff that assist in the advertising of all of the Feds special events, clubs, societies, student run services, advocacy and commercial services on campus with the goal to enhance student awareness of Feds and all programs, services and initiatives that it coordinates.

Hours per week: approximately 5-20 hours per week (depending on your availability and desired work hours)
Pay: $13/hour

Qualifications:
* Enthusiastic and positive undergraduate student in first- and upper-year programs who is a team player.
* Knowledge in graphic design and strong with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design).
* Are able to meet deadlines and work independently on an array of projects.
* Possess strong written and oral communication skills, and proofreading abilities.
* Are able to think in creative and unconventional ways.
* Design experience is a must. Past marketing and/or promotional experience is an asset.
*Knowledge about The Federation of Students  and how it contributes to student life on campus is considered an asset
* First year students are welcome to apply.

Tasks and Responsibilities:
* Generate promotional materials, as assigned by the Marketing Managers, including (but not limited to) items such as posters, web ads, logos, banners, flyers, pamphlets, brochures, t-shirt designs, etc.
* To collaborate your vision and ideas for visual media, in accordance with Feds Branding Standards and Marketing Action Plans, with the support of the Marketing Manager.
* Edit already existing promotional graphics for your department's events, initiatives and campaigns.

All interested applicants are encouraged to submit a cover letter, resume, spring term availability and portfolio to promo@feds.ca or  through the application form at leads.uwaterloo.ca

Handbook Editor

Job Description:
The Feds Graphic Designer for the Student Handbook is part of a dynamic team of paid undergraduate student staff that assist in the advertising of all of the Feds special events, clubs, societies, student run services, advocacy and commercial services on campus with the goal to enhance student awareness of Feds and all programs, services and initiatives that it coordinates.

The handbook is a special project that needs to be lead by one dynamic individual who has the appropriate qualifications and passion for graphic design and producing excellent work. 

Hours per week: Approximately 5-20 hours per week depending on your availability and schedule and the amount of work that needs to be done on this specific project.

Pay: $13/hour

Qualifications:
* Enthusiastic and positive undergraduate student in first- and upper-year programs who is a team player.
* Knowledge in graphic design and strong with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design).
* Are able to meet deadlines and work independently on an array of projects.
* Possess strong written and oral communication skills, and proofreading abilities.
* Are able to think in creative and unconventional ways.
* Design experience is a must. Past marketing and/or promotional experience is an asset.
*Knowledge about The Federation of Students and how it contributes to student life on campus is considered an asset

Tasks and Responsibilities:
* Update the handbook with all the new programs, services, information and events that are begin held. Updating all artwork to reflect the standards of The Federation of Students. 

* To collaborate your vision and ideas for visual media, in accordance with Feds Branding Standards and Marketing Action Plans, with the support of the Marketing Manager.

For all interested, please send your resume and availability to Alexander Kelley alexander.kelley@uwaterloo.ca 

Communications Data Analyst

Job Description:
The Communications Data Analyst in the Marketing & Communications Department provides leadership to the Federation of Students in the research, collection and interpretation of information and data to assist Feds (Executive, Council, students, full-time staff, etc.) in strong decision-making, based on Feds' priorities and consistent with Feds' mission, vision, and values.
One undergraduate student will be hired on a co-op term to work approximately 10-15 hours per week between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Qualifications:
• An enthusiastic and positive undergraduate student with experience in mathematics, statistics, and communications.
• Superior data collection, analytical and mathematical skills.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) with the ability to extract data and prepare professional reports. Access is an asset.
• Strong written and oral communication skills, and proofreading abilities, with advanced facilitation and presentation skills.
• Adept at preparing data and providing sound recommendations from data gathered.
• Strong ability to capture and maintain audience's attention through written documents/reports, adjusting communication style based on audience requirements.
• Strong knowledge base of Feds and programs, services and initiatives that it runs.
• An effective multi-tasker who is able to meet deadlines and work independently on an array of projects.
• Thorough understanding of utilizing social media, web media, and traditional forms of communications.
• Are able to think in creative and unconventional ways.

Tasks and Responsibilities:
• Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Communications, the Communications Data Analyst has a number of responsibilities including, but not limited to:
• Plan, organize, and execute the gathering of feedback/information from students using various forms and methodologies (i.e. facilitating focus groups, surveys, conversation cafes, polls, etc.)
• Identify, analyze and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets.
• Gather, filter and clean data collected from various primary and secondary sources.
• Develop and maintain comprehensive data collection mechanisms, and to allow for effective recall of statistical data and information upon request by developing complex queries to generate information required.
• Deliver and present data, insights and recommendations to appropriate audiences.

Please email your resume to brooke.eby@uwaterloo.ca.