Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 April 2018
Really great opportunity to improve skills while helping other students. Students may ask you for help with weekly assignments, which you would have completed in previous semesters, so it is a good chance to brush up on things since helping explain concepts helps you to know them better too.
Very supportive and enorormousely experienced professors and stafff dedicated to equip students with the right and required knowledge and experience
Lab Monitor/Assistant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 February 2018
The professors and staff are very experienced in academic and industrial settings and are willing to help and equip students with the right knowledge and experience from their enourmousely enriching academic and industrial work experiences that would make students succeed in their career and life
KPI Ambassador (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 February 2018
sign in with the manager at the beginning of every shift help with the surveys; if any envelope is missing surveys complete the envelope take the right envelope to the right classrooms management was good of this job, answered every questions we had fun part was when we were conducting the surveys in classrooms
Resource Centre Coordinator (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 28 January 2018
Fortunate to be able to balance work and education in one place. Management was available and willing to help. Other staff were equally reliable.
I enjoyed my work at Seneca working in the Resource Centre. I had an opportunity to employ my library training such as classifying student grad surveys. The surveys classified, and compiled were then submitted to the Ministry of University & Colleges, that were ultimately published and served as an educational training resource guide.
It was an interesting job, and although there were time lines, it was not stressful.
I didn't find any cons working here for the time that I was employed at Seneca.
Graduating College Student (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 January 2018
sometimes you have to really work hard on your own, because some prof just do not care what you will learn after the course, they are just to present, not even check progress of different sections. Leave too much blind spot for students.
Janitorial duties, Part-time (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 January 2018
enjoyed meeting new students and employers . was always ready for new job requirements made things interesting. I was always made feel welcome. Gave me a very good start on requirements of cleaning for larger places.
Student Ambassador (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 January 2018
it was full of fun when I was working there. We have to meet lots of new students and helping them to find out about Seneca and their programs. Also, if they have any questions about their studies we help them.
COURSE INSTRUCTOR (Current Employee) – 1750 Finch Avenue East, North York, Ontario – 13 December 2017
Teaching Seneca's diverse population has been an honor. Theprograms are diverse and faculty and staff are skilled professionals.
I feel fortunate to work at Seneca College, as the college has offered me learning and personal growth opportunities. Most rewarding, however, has been working with the students. They are not only learners, but teachers to the teachers as well.
Assistant to the Chair (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 December 2017
Meet the needs of the Chair and factulty of the School of Fashion and Merchandising. I learned how fantastic the faculty and students were. Building relationships. I also volunteered in other departments, was involved in events.
Met fantastic people!
Moving around into different positions throughout the school.
Reference and Borrower Services Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 December 2017
It is a great place to work. I love the people I work with in my department. The only con, is there is zero chance here of a full time position coming up and I don't want to be stuck doing a part time contract position for the rest of my life. As well, the salary for my position is well below what other colleges offer for the same position.
Great people, environment, love talking with students
stuck in a part time contract position, no pay raise, zero benefits
College Archivist (Part-Time) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 November 2017
College Archivist. Responsible for Archives and Special Collections. Development of Seneca Archives and Special Collections. Archives. Records Management. Special Collections. Exhibitions. Outreach. Advocacy. Public Speaking.