Residence & Conference Services Front Desk Staff (Afternoons)
Brescia University College - London, ON

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Brescia University College (, a Catholic college affiliated with Western University, is Canada’s only women’s university providing a rich educational experience to over 1200 women students. Working in Brescia’s newly constructed 310-bed Residence Building, we are currently seeking an experienced person to fill a job-share opportunity as:


(Job-Share position) **

Working the afternoon shift and reporting jointly to the Residence Manager and the Manager of Ancillary Services, key duties related to the Front Desk will include: monitoring building access; enforcing residence policies; responding to student concerns/emergency situations; maintaining log book; and providing general information to students, families, guests and visitors. In addition, this position will provide administrative support/assistance to the Residence Manager and the Manager of Ancillary Services on all residence, conference services and ancillary services related matters.

Required skills include: excellent customer service skills consistent with a student-centered post-secondary environment; good communication and interpersonal skills; ability to maintain confidentiality; attention to detail; high level of creativity; familiarity with various computer applications including Word, Excel, Access, Adobe Photoshop and other Adobe software; experience in marketing; certification in First Aid, CPR and willingness to complete a Security Training program is also required.

** As a Job-Share position, the successful applicant will share the full 7-day afternoon schedule (4 pm – midnight) with another employee.

Please submit a letter of application and resume by September 27, 2013 to:

Brescia University College
c/o Human Resources
1285 Western Road,
London, Ontario N6G 1H2
Fax: 519-661-3296

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Brescia offers unparalleled opportunities for women students to develop their strengths and fulfill their potential. There are many reasons...