Student Central Tour Guides

Student Central is looking for additional Campus Tour Guides to join the team! Are you passionate about SFU? Have you been involved with giving tours through Orientation/New Student Transition Programs or similar?

Student Central Campus Tour Guides promote and personalize the university to prospective students and their families, as well as other campus guests. Through guided tours of the campus, for both small and large groups, and through participation in large events (e.g., Scholarship Reception), Student Central Campus Tour Guides provide visitors with a comprehensive overview of the university and its students’ achievements as well as information about academic and campus life, and student services.
 
Student Central Campus Tour Guides will be hired on a per term basis (with a minimum of an eight month commitment) and will be part of the Student Central student staff team. Staff must commit to the availability submitted once at the beginning and once prior to exams each term as well as their assigned shift(s). The hours of work are scheduled by term to reflect the tour times of each day (approximately 2 hours per shift). Number of shifts and hours vary and are dependent on tour requests and could include both scheduled and on-call work.

 

Want to learn more? 

Website: www.sfu.ca/students/tour/book-a-burnaby-tour

For Position Details and how to apply:

  1. Go to myinvolvement.sfu.ca and click on "Student"
  2. Log in with your computing ID and password
  3. From the left hand menu, click on "Opportunities"
  4. Click on "Getting Involved"
  5. Enter the Job ID in the "Search by Opportunity ID" search field

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i Note:  This opportunity is recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official University document that tracks students’ co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record.

Type: Paid
Campus: Burnaby

Hiring Period: November, March, July
Job ID: 4515

Start date: June 25th, 2018
Application deadline: June 14th, 2018