October 14, 2021

Job Opportunities

APUS Employment Opportunities

Job Posting – Events and Outreach Coordinator

Position Type: Part-time (20-24 hours weekly), permanent 

Compensation: Hourly wage of $24.36 with benefits as outlined in the Collective Agreement with CUPE 1281 

Start Date: January 2022

Positions Available:

APUS is a not-for-profit organization that represents between 6,000 – 14,000 part-time undergraduate students across all three campuses of the University of Toronto. We provide members with a range of cost-saving services, advocacy, as well as events and programming. We endeavour to improve the part-time student experience. APUS is member local 97 of the Canadian Federation of Students. 

We are currently seeking candidates for a part-time permanent position starting in January 2022.  This position is unionized with CUPE 1281. 

Responsibilities 

Outreach and Volunteer Coordination

-Develops and implements APUS outreach and awareness strategies including but not limited to APUS Health and Dental Plan, other services, campaigns, events, and University services 

-In conjunction with the Executive Committee and Executive Director, develops membership recruitment strategy 

-Organizes and conducts class speaks, postering, flyering, tabling and general outreach across all three campuses 

-Assists the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and volunteers with conducting class speaks and scheduling outreach across all three campuses 

-Develops and implements strategies for membership education, and to recruit and retain class representatives and volunteers for campaign efforts 

-Liaises with campus and community groups for events’ planning and outreach initiatives, including other student unions at the University of Toronto 

-Maintains a contact list for volunteers 

– In conjunction with the Executive Committee, communicates with volunteers, providing updates about APUS events and initiatives

-Makes recommendations to the Executive Director regarding outreach initiatives, strategies and timelines 

Events 

-Develops, supports and implements APUS events and programming, including planning and participating in creative outreach events and initiatives 

-Assists the Executive Committee with the development and implementation of APUS orientation 

-Assists in implementation of large and small-scale events as directed by the Executive Director, including financial aid, career services, academic support, anti-sexual violence workshops 

-In conjunction with the Executive Director, assists and advises the Executive Committee with event planning 

Communications 

-Assists the Executive Director with developing APUS communications strategy and effective communication with membership through various media 

– Responsible for developing content and updating APUS website and social media platforms 

-Develops, creates using graphic design programs, and distributes APUS events and outreach materials, including The Voice Newsletter.

Assists with duties related to reception, answering member and visitor queries, and shares relevant updates with other staff members and Executive Committee as needed.  Assists with other duties as assigned by the Employer’s Representative Operate with an anti-oppressive framework.

Interested candidates should submit one file containing their resume and cover letter in PDF format via email by January 6, 2022 at 11:59 pm to: Linda Tsang, Interim Executive Director at interim.ed@apus.ca 

APUS is an independently incorporated students’ union working with the University of Toronto community. This is not a University of Toronto staff position. We encourage applications from diverse communities, including but not limited to, members of Indigenous communities, racialized communities, queer communities, transgender communities, persons with disabilities, marginalized genders and women. We thank all applicants for their application but only selected applicants will be contacted for an interview.