Indigenous Student Recruitment Specialist
Recruitment & Conversion, Public Affairs
Full Time, Regular
Salary: $49,237 to $67,088 annually ($26.12 to $35.59 hourly)
Classification: Assistant Guidance Counsellor
Assiniboine Community College has been providing exceptional learning experiences that have been transforming lives and strengthening Manitoba through applied education and research for more than 60 years. Reporting to the Manager, Recruitment & Conversion, the Indigenous Student Recruitment Specialist is the face of the college daily, representing Assiniboine at recruitment events throughout the year. This position is a principal team member in supporting the college’s Indigenization strategy and Indigenous student recruitment strategy.
- You are energetic, professional, and thoughtful, with strong interpersonal skills, often described as a ‘people person.’
- You have a track record of being a strong communicator who can deliver dynamic presentations (both in-person and virtually) to large groups or meet with someone on an individual level.
- You believe in the value of post-secondary education, and you love the idea of being able to provide information on college admissions, programs, and student life.
- You are a relationship builder, whether it is with guidance counsellors, post-secondary sponsors, or employment agencies. You have experience building meaningful connections with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities.
- You have experience working with Indigenous people and have an understanding of Indigenous cultures.
- You are a natural networker who is approachable, professional, and personable.
- You love getting to know others and helping them to achieve their goals.
- You know how to make a plan and stick to it but can adapt on the fly when the situation requires it.
- You are extremely organized and self-driven, coordinating events, campus tours and travel plans.
- ‘Life on the road’ is an exciting prospect for you, as you will spend time in communities both inside and outside the province, including northern and remote communities.
- There is considerable travel throughout the year, so you must hold a valid Class 5 drivers’ license and be comfortable with evening and weekend schedules and overnight trips.
- You are also keen to learn and use technology in all facets of your job, particularly Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Access).
- As part of the college’s student recruitment & conversion team, you will help generate new recruitment opportunities to connect with prospective students of all ages and backgrounds, with a focus on Indigenous student recruitment. Experience working with Indigenous peoples and First Nations communities is essential.
- You are enthusiastic about attending recruitment events while working to ensure that the college meets annual enrolment targets.
- To deliver the results of this position, you will have a relevant post-secondary credential in marketing, business, communications, or a related field. It is considered an asset to have graduated from Assiniboine Community College.
In accordance with the college’s strategic direction, preference will be given to Indigenous candidates.
Assiniboine Community College is committed to ensuring that its policies, practices, and systems are free of barriers, emphasize the value of diversity, and promote full participation to ensure dignity, respect, and equal access for all employees. A request for an accommodation or to request this document in an alternative format, can be made at any point during the recruitment process by contacting 204.725.8729 or email@example.com.
Assiniboine welcomes applications from all qualified candidates who are legally entitled to work in Canada, including Indigenous peoples, persons of all abilities, members of visible minorities, all genders and sexual orientations, and all other groups protected by the Human Rights Code.
Assiniboine’s campuses are located on the traditional territories of Treaty No. 1 and Treaty No. 2, and the shared traditional lands of Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Dene and Anishinabek/Ojibwe peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.
If you are interested in this career opportunity, please email your resume and cover letter with reference to Competition #76-23/24 to:
We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
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