The Centre for Teaching and Learning is looking for a student to take on the part-time role of Student Facilitator. Start dates will vary depending on the needs of the course but will be approximately 5 to 10 hours a week for a total of 75 hours (including training). The majority of positions require that students be on-campus to support classes.
Student Facilitators are assigned to teaching faculty who are teaching online or in dual-mode classes for the spring/summer semester. Student Facilitators are responsible for supporting faculty and students during online-live or dual-mode classes that use MS Teams.
This role might be for you if you are:
A current CBU student as of May 2023
A confident communicator (written and verbal)
An independent troubleshooter
Able to think on your feet
Calm, cool and collected in hectic situations
Knowledgeable in MS Teams
Available to be on-campus
To apply, please submit the following material to email@example.com by Wednesday, May 31, 2023 with “Student Facilitator Application” as the title.
Submit a resume and cover letter
Create a short tutorial video (maximum length 3 minutes), using Screencast-o-Matic, QuickTime, or other screen-capture software, explaining and walking the viewer through the use or function of one key Microsoft Teams feature (eg. video meetings or Breakout Rooms)
Write a sample email following prompt: A student is having issues logging on to Microsoft Teams for class A) What instructions would you provide the student to support them in logging on and B) If the problem, persisted what email would you write to the IT help desk? Provide the instructions as you would tell the student and provide the email you would write to IT.
Indicate if you will be available for training on Monday, April 17, 2023 (note: those writing exams on this date will be offered an alternative training date).
Indicate that you are available to be on-campus to support classes
Submit a copy of your spring/summer schedule AND any additional scheduling commitments
Unama’ki espi-kina’matno’kuom etek Mi’kma’ki, wla na no’kamanaq aq maqamikewminu mena’qiknmuetuk.
Cape Breton University is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw People.