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On/Off Campus: Legislative Page Program (fall) and Information Session (Thursday, March 22, noon)

PUBLISHED DATE: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
An information session about the Legislative Page Program will be held at UNB, Singer Hall, room 161 on Thursday, March 22 at noon.  Pizza and refreshments will be served. 

A Page has a valued and integral role in the functioning of the Legislative

A prevalent belief is that Canada’s use of Pages dates back to the mid-1800s. By
the time of Confederation in 1867, the position of Page in Canadian legislative institutions was well established. Today, Pages are young people selected to serve as messengers of the House and to perform various duties to assist Members and staff of the Legislative Assembly.

The presence of Pages in the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly is required for all regular sitting days, and for various meetings of select and standing committees. Pages work for the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, who assumes the position of highest authority in the House. As the representative of the Legislative Assembly, the Speaker is the guardian of its privileges and its presiding officer. The Speaker maintains order, interprets the standing rules and calls on Members to speak, ensuring a fair representation of opinion.

Legislative Pages provide a variety of services to Members of the Legislative
Assembly, legislative and government officials, and the public. A Page is responsible for preparing the Chamber so the Members have everything they need to comfortably function in the Chamber. Duties can include distributing documents, photocopying, retrieving materials from the Legislative Library, and delivering messages for the Speaker, Members, Clerks and staff. They may also assist with the introduction of bills, resolutions, and petitions. Pages must be able to work in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment. Former Pages have stated that this is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding aspects of the job. Employment as a Legislative Page offers a unique educational opportunity and the chance to experience legislative and democratic processes while being immersed in them. Pages are exposed to a variety of people, from politicians to reporters, government officials, dignitaries and the general public.

Potential Hours of Work
The ordinary sitting hours of the House are:
  • Tuesday 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Wednesday 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Thursday 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Friday 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Additional hours are possible when House hours are extended and committee meetings arise.

Salary will commensurate on experience and education.

A suit and accessories are provided to each Page at the beginning of their employment period. Pages are expected to supply appropriate footwear and socks/ stockings. A Page must be in uniform and presentable at all times during working hours.

Legislative Pages begin their training in early October. Training consists of two half day sessions that will orient Pages to their responsibilities and introduce them to the practices of the House.

Applicants must:
  • have an interest in the legislative process;
  • be in attendance at a post-secondary institution;
  • be able to work at least 12 hours each
  • week while the House is in session, which is from early fall months until the late spring months; and
  • demonstrate reliability, courteousness, discretion, and independent thought.

How to Apply
Application to the program consists of a cover letter, a résumé and the application form. Your cover letter should explain how you hope to benefit from participation in the program. Please include competition number OLA-PAGE-2018 on your application. Please find the application form on our website: You can mail, scan and email, fax or drop off your application:

Office of Human Resources
Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
706 Queen Street
Fredericton, New Brunswick
E3B 1C5
Fax: 506-453-7154

The deadline for applications is October 1, 2018.

Inquiries about the program may be sent to
For more information on the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, please go to our Web page:

On Campus: Maintenance Labours (summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Sunday, March 18, 2018
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNTIES Department: Facilities Management Positions: Summer Maintenance Labourers
Duration: April 30 – Aug 31, 2018
Wages: 13.26/hr 37.5 hrs per week (8 a.m. – 4 p.m.) with ½ hour for lunch

Examples of Duties: This job involves manual labour in all aspects of landscaping, and minor construction including: mowing, trimming, general maintenance of grass, walkways and retaining walls, the operation of hand tools and small motorized equipment and other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Applicants must be energetic and like to work outside. Experience is an asset but not required.

Applications, clearly indicating “Maintenance Labourer”, will be received at room 18, Edmund Casey Hall until 2 p.m. April 3, 2018 or they can be emailed to Dave Dunbar at  

For further information, please contact Dave Dunbar at 452-0407 or email

On Campus: Office Assistant (summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Sunday, March 18, 2018
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNTY Department: Facilities Management
Position: Summer Office Assistant Duration: April 29 – August 31/2018
Wages: 13.26 per/hr 35 hrs. per week

Examples of Duties: Sorting and delivering incoming mail twice daily, posting out bound mail daily, preparing packages for courier shipping, filling out courier waybill online c/w proper courier packaging, data entry - daily updating of the Work request spreadsheet, answering phones, sending faxes, preparing supply orders and other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Applicants must be, customer service oriented, outgoing, personable, pleasant, able to work in a busy office environment, self motivated, energenic, and capable of moderate to heavy lifting of parcels and office supplies. Due to nature of the job, confidentiality is a must.

Applications, clearly indicating “Office Assistant”, will be received at room 18, Edmund Casey Hall until 2 p.m. April 3, 2018 or they can be emailed to Ferne Stewart at

For further information, please contact Facilities Management at 452-9676 or email

Off Campus (Canada): Global Internship (Summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Friday, March 16, 2018
INKOMPASS – Global Internship Program

*Hiring interns across Canada*

Are you curious, inquisitive and self-driven? Are you looking to channel your passion to make a difference in the company that you work for and on your colleagues around you? If the answer is yes, then we’d like to hear from you!

INKOMPASS is a global internship program from Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. (a subsidiary of Philip Morris International) that offers an internship experience to those who would like to discover their potential and unlimit themselves.

This is a personalized 2-cycle summer internship program which enables students to discover themselves, their interests, strengths and areas of both personal and professional development through continuous feedback. The INKOMPASS program will prepare you for a long-term and exciting career with the organization, giving you a chance to be offered a job even before you graduate and set you on a path to be a future leader with us!

You will be joining a global company that is going through a fundamental change and transformation. PMI is leading that change with the vision of a smoke-free future!

We are recruiting for multiple opportunities in our internship program and we have multiple routes into our business (to name a few): marketing (digital, brand, trade, and retail), information systems, human resources, corporate affairs, finance, sales (account management, retail, field, and others), consumer insights and engagement, e- Commerce, innovation, legal, general management, and operations (supply chain management, project management).

What you can expect from the program:
  • To receive a personalized and tailored internship program that focuses on continuous on-the-job training and learning
  • To discover different aspects of working in a leading global consumer packaged goods company
  • To engage in a world-class training combined with a personal development coaching and cross-functional assignments
  • To get familiar with people and processes in different functions and departments
  • To grow personally and professionally in a global company
  • To receive a competitive salary

Entry requirements
  • You are enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, or Diploma program at any university and college across Canada
  • You are eligible to work in Canada for the duration of your summer internship
  • You are a high achieving team player that enjoys working in a diverse, international and multi-cultural environment
  • You are willing to unlimit yourself and discover your potential

INTERESTED? Email your resume to

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Off Campus(Oromocto):Summer Reading Club Activity Leader (Summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Friday, March 16, 2018

(SUMMER POSITION – 12 weeks – Week of June 4 to week of August 20, 2018)
Fay Tidd Public Library (Oromocto) New Brunswick Public Library Service

The Fay Tidd Public Library (Oromocto) is searching for a creative and dynamic
individual with demonstrated enthusiasm towards working with children and youth for the position of Summer Reading Club Activity Leader.

DUTIES: Reporting to the Library Director, the Summer Reading Club Activity Leader is responsible for planning, promoting, preparing and presenting activities for children and youth as part of the Summer Reading Club.

These duties include: promoting the Summer Reading Club during school visits, planning and delivering a variety of programs to bring children and youth to the library, encouraging reading among the participants, helping
participants and their caregivers find library materials, and other duties as related to the Summer Reading Club Program.

QUALIFICATIONS: In addition to possessing the necessary skills and abilities to perform the above noted duties, candidates must:
  • Be 18 to 29 years old (inclusively) at time of application;
  • Be a resident of New Brunswick or a First Nation community in New Brunswick;
  • Be eligible to work in Canada; and
  • Possess a high school diploma.

Volunteer or paid experience working with children and youth is required.

Prior to appointment, the successful candidate will be required to obtain a criminal record check for work with the vulnerable sector. A strong knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite is necessary. Written and spoken competence in English and French is essential.

The successful candidate will demonstrate initiative and the ability to work both independently and in a team environment. Strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills are essential.

SALARY: $11.25 per hour 

HOURS: This position is full-time (35 hours a week) for 12 weeks. The position requires daytime, evening and weekend shifts (based on work schedules).

APPLICATIONS: Candidates must demonstrate on their application how, when
and where they have acquired the skills and qualifications required for this position.

Interested applicants are invited to submit their cover letter and résumé to:

Christin Sheridan, Library Director
Fay Tidd Public Library (Oromocto)
54 Miramichi Rd
Oromocto, N.B.
E2V 1S2

Applications must be received by April 16, 2018.

The New Brunswick Public Library Service is a branch of the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour.

Off Campus: Sports Hall of Fame (Summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Wednesday, March 14, 2018
The Sports Hall of Fame is hiring!
We have a variety of Summer Employment positions available. If you consider yourself to be a mature and enthusiastic people person, with a strong desire to gain valuable experience, we want you on our team. The positions will appeal to Kinesiology, Business Management, and History undergraduates looking for work in a dynamic and fun environment.

The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, located in downtown Fredericton, celebrates New Brunswick's rich sports heritage. Through exhibitions, programming, and outreach, the Sports Hall of Fame tells the amazing stories of New Brunswick's most accomplished athletes and sport builders. By honouring our best, we inspire the rest.

Salary: $13.00/hour
Application closing date: April 15, 2018 visit Breaking News at for all of the details!

The successful candidates will assist with the delivery of fun filled summer programming, engage with customers, develop exhibits, work with artefacts, interact with Hall of Famers, conduct research, and assist with Special Events.

- Ability to speak in both English and French is necessary
- Willingness to work some Saturdays throughout the summer is necessary
- Well organized, mature and self-driven candidates are desired
- Knowledge and interest in sport and/or heritage would be considered an asset
- Experience in museum, not-for-profit, or tourism industries would be considered an asset

Core Skills
Kinesiology, Public Speaking, Organizational Skills, Guilded Tours, Events, Research, English and French.

Work With Us
The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame welcomes applications from all qualified candidates including those from the Government of Canada's job equity groups (i.e. women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples). While we appreciate all applicants only those whose qualifications best match the job description will be contacted for an interview.

NB Sports Hall of Fame
The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame preserves and celebrates NB's sports heritage in effort to honour our best and inspire the rest. We are the only Sports Museum in New Brunswick with a provincial mandate to celebrate the achievements and stories of New Brunswick's most accomplished athletes and sport builders. Visitors to the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame are treated to a fun family experience where they can GIVE IT THEIR BEST SHOT while testing their skills in the Virtual Sports System; WALK THROUGH SPORTS HISTORY in the permanent exhibit or HONOUR A LEGEND in the Hall of Famers shrine. Check out our website at or like us on Facebook at NB Sports Hall of Fame.

LOCATION: 503 Queen Street in the Heart of Fredericton's Historic Garrison District. Le Temple de la renommée

Off Campus (Moncton) Bilingual Client Service Specialist (Part-Time and Full-Time)

PUBLISHED DATE: Monday, March 12, 2018
Tangerine is hiring for both Part-Time and Full-Time beginning on May 7th. This is a great opportunity for graduating students to join us Full-Time or for a student to join us and work Full-time for at least the first 5 weeks before we can move them into a Part-time position and work around their school schedule.

Role Overview:

The Bilingual Client Service Specialist, reports to the Every Day Banking Manager.  They are responsible for providing industry leading client service while promoting Tangerine’s banking products to prospective and existing clients through our state of the art inbound and outbound service centre. 


Operational Accountabilities:

  • Deliver friendly and professional service to clients through inbound, outbound and eService channels in a fast-paced contact centre environment
  • Knowledgeable in a wide range of financial products (i.e. TFSA, RIFs Chequing/Savings accounts, RSPs etc)
  • Process customer financial transactions
  • Demonstrated ability to identify Clients’ needs and sell products that meet them
  • Educate Clients on a wide range of financial products (i.e. TFSA, RIFs Chequing/Savings accounts, RSPs etc.) and on self-service channels in order to enable Clients to serve themselves online
  • Service existing clients in a manner which drives resolution in one contact
  • Identify barriers to excellent service and communicate them through appropriate channels
  • Deliver on individual and team objectives that support Tangerine
  • Respond to clients via written channels
  • Other duties as assigned


Minimum Qualifications:                                                                                                                                     

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Relevant work experience in retail/sales or other customer service environment
  • Proven customer service skills
  • Strong understanding of the concepts and skills required in order to sell financial products and services in a customer-centric environment
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Proven ability to learn and adapt to emerging call centre technology
  • Ability to work full time for the first 6 weeks of training (part-time)


What's in it for you?

  • Competitive salary starting at 16.40$/Hr.
  • Sales commissions
  • Comprehensive benefits package on day one.
  • RRSP Benefits
  • Employee referral program
  • Opportunity for advancement
  • Employee Mortgages discount
  • Subsidized cafeteria
  • Free Coffee!! & More

Awards & Recognitions:

  • Tangerine Ranked Highest in Customer Satisfaction by J.D. Power for the 6th year in a row.
  • Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures of 2015 by Waterstone Human Capital.
  • Contact NB awards of Excellence
  • Community involvement-2012 & 2016 & 2017
  • Member center of the year-2014
  • Social Media-2015

Tangerine is an equal opportunity employer.


To Apply: Part time

Full Time

On Campus (Fredericton): Graphic Illustrator

PUBLISHED DATE: Monday, March 12, 2018
Dr Clive Baldwin, Canada Research Chair in Narrative Studies, is looking for someone with graphic illustration skills to work on an emerging graphic novel on transableism (the desire to become disabled) as a means of disseminating findings from his research.  The work will involve the production of a number of pages based on discussions about transableism.  Fee per page $60-75 negotiable. If you are interested in discussing this opportunity, please contact Dr Baldwin on 452 9596 or email him at  If you wish to apply, please send resume plus examples of your work to Dr Baldwin, BMH313, School of Scoial Work.  Closing date March 26th.

Off Campus: Junior Sales Associate (Full Time)

PUBLISHED DATE: Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Position: Junior Sales Associate
Company: Guillaume LeBlanc Financial Solutions Inc.
Location: Fredericton, NB

Job Overview: This position is an entry level opportunity for someone who has strong communication skills and would like a career with the support of team. In this role you will develop a network of clients with the goal of helping them manage their financial and insurance needs.

This job is not a 9-5 position, as some clients require evening or weekend appointments to fit around their busy lifestyles. Drive to help others and the ability to fact find and understand the clients needs will make someone successful within this role. This position will require networking skills, cold calling, and someone with the ambition to build a career within this industry.

  • Excellent verbal and written ability
  • Self motivated; able to work with little supervision
  • University Degree or Equivalent
  • An interest in marketing and sales
  • Must have, or be willing to work towards, earning licence to sell insurance

  • Marketing and Sales experience
  • Customer Service experience
  • Experience Problem Solving
  • Strong Organizational Skills
  • Multi lingual

Compensation: Depending on Experience
Employment Type: Full Time
Apply Now: Please forward Resume and Cover letters, in English, to

Off Campus: Office Administrator (Full Time)

PUBLISHED DATE: Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Position: Office Administrator
Company: Guillaume LeBlanc Financial Solutions Inc.
Location: Fredericton, NB

Job Overview: This position is an opportunity for someone who has strong communication and organizational skills who would like to make a difference each day, within a small business. In this role you will call existing clients to book and manage appointments, set up discovery appointments with potential clients, answer the phone, update forms, and building information packages for advisors. This job will require an enthusiastic individual with the drive to work as part of a team to ensure excellent customer service to our clients. The successful candidate will be someone who pays attention detail, likes to work in a fast paced environment and can work well with multiple projects running at one time. Strong communication skills and the ability to prioritize tasks will ensure your success within this role.

  • Excellent verbal and written ability
  • Self motivated; able to work with little supervision
  • Knowledgeable with Microsoft Office Programs
  • Customer Service Experience
  • Strong Organizational Skills

  • Experience Problem Solving
  • Multi lingual

Compensation: Depending on Experience
Employment Type: Full and Part Time opportunities available (please specify your preference)
Apply Now: Please forward Resume and Cover letters, in English, to

Off Campus: Senior Sales Associate (Full Time)

PUBLISHED DATE: Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Position: Senior Sales Associate
Company: Guillaume LeBlanc Financial Solutions Inc.
Location: Fredericton, NB

Job Overview: This position is an opportunity for someone with strong communication skills who would like to build their own business while being mentored by an experienced advisor. In this role you will be given a block of clients to develop into a network with the goal of helping clients reach their financial and insurance dreams.

The successful candidate has the drive to help others and the ability to fact find and understand the clients needs. This position will require networking skills, cold calling, and someone with the ambition to build a career within this industry.


  • Excellent verbal and written ability
  • Self motivated; able to work with little supervision
  • University Degree or Equivalent
  • Marketing and sales experience
  • Licence to sell insurance and investments

  • Multi lingual

Compensation: Depending on Experience
Employment Type: Full Time
Apply Now: Please forward Resume and Cover letters, in English, to

Off Campus (Ottawa): Council of the Federation Youth Internship

PUBLISHED DATE: Monday, March 5, 2018
Council of the Federation Youth Internship

The Council of the Federation Secretariat is now accepting applications from across Canada for its 2018/2019 Youth Internship Program.

The Council of the Federation Youth Internship Program is aimed at encouraging young Canadians to more actively participate in public policy development, public service, government, and political life. It provides young people with hands-on work experience and an opportunity to improve their understanding of how intergovernmental relations operate in the Canadian federation.

Located in Ottawa, this paid internship begins in July 2018 and continues for a period of 12 months. Applicants must be aged 25 and under, have graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program at a recognized university, and be legally able to work in Canada. Applicants must demonstrate an interest in Canadian politics and federalism, and be able to communicate in English and French.

The application deadline is May 9, 2018.

For more information and to download an application form, visit

Programme de stages Jeunesse du Conseil de la fédération

Le Secrétariat du Conseil de la fédération accepte dès maintenant les demandes des candidats voulant participer au Programme de stages Jeunesse 2018/2019.

Le Programme de stages Jeunesse du Conseil de la fédération vise à encourager les jeunes Canadiens et Canadiennes à participer plus activement à l'élaboration de politiques gouvernementales, à la fonction publique, ainsi qu'à la vie gouvernementale et politique. Le programme permet aux jeunes d'acquérir de l'expérience pratique de travail et leur offre l'occasion d'améliorer leurs connaissances du fonctionnement des relations intergouvernementales au sein de la fédération canadienne.

Ce stage rémunéré se déroulant à Ottawa commence au mois de juillet 2018 et dure 12 mois. Les candidats doivent être âgés de 25 ans ou moins, doivent avoir obtenu un diplôme de premier ou de deuxième cycle provenant d'une université reconnue, et doivent être capables de travailler légalement au Canada. Les candidats doivent manifester un intérêt pour la politique canadienne et le fédéralisme et doivent pouvoir s'exprimer en français et en anglais.

La date limite pour présenter sa demande est le 9 mai 2018.

Pour obtenir plus d’information concernant le stage et pour obtenir le formulaire de demande, rendez-vous à de-stages-jeunesse/.

Off Campus (Miramichi): Camp Counsellors (Summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Thursday, March 1, 2018
Camp Counsellors
June 24 – August 17, 2018

Salary: $503.36/week

  •  must have Standard First Aid Certificate with CPR
  •  must have a valid Criminal Record Check
  •  the ideal candidates will be creative, energetic, resourceful, social and open-minded.
  •  Leadership, responsible for groups up to 40 people (with support)
  •  Capable of working alone and with a team
  •  Experience with, or willing to learn more about, any or all of the following: Canoeing, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Drama, High Ropes and Low Ropes.
  •  Lifeguarding (NLS or Bronze Cross) is an asset
  •  French is an asset

Deadline for Application:   March 31, 2018
Apply by e.mail

Off Campus (Miramichi): Kitchen Helper (Summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Thursday, March 1, 2018
Kitchen Helper: 8 – 9 weeks starting late June.

Deadline for Application: May 31st, 2018

  • must be a minimum of 18 years of age
  • must have Standard First Aid Certificate with CPR
  • must have a valid Criminal Record Check
  • the ideal candidates will be creative, energetic, resourceful, social and have kitchen experience.
  • must be willing to learn, and work alone and as part of a team

Applications will be accepted from persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and aboriginal peoples.

Apply by e-mail including cover letter and résumé to Joan McEvoy, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), or mail to Camp Sheldrake Inc. P.O.  Box 4, Miramichi, E1V 3M2

Off Campus (Saint John): Heritage Interpretive Center Guides (summer, SEED voucher)

PUBLISHED DATE: Monday, February 26, 2018
This opportunity is funded through the SEED program. Please note to be considered for this opportunity, you MUST possess a SEED voucher.  Students can apply for a SEED voucher at

Heritage Interpretive Center Guides (summer, SEED voucher)

Successful candidates will welcome visitors from around the world to Saint John’s only cathedral in the heart of Uptown Saint John. You will be immersed in the communications and public relations activities of a charitable foundation. You will play a key role in the Centre’s day-to-day activities, welcome visitors and offer tours of one of New Brunswick’s Provincial Heritage Places, including its impact on the culture and heritage of the province. Interests in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, tourism & hospitality, architecture, history, arts and culture, genealogy, heritage, events management, as well as urban planning will be enriched. Ideal candidates will be detail oriented, organized and creative and possess a professional work ethic and be enthusiastic to gain new knowledge. If you enjoy meeting new people, help us welcome the thousands of visitors we expect this season.

Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills. Bilingualism a plus but not necessary. Proficient computer skills and experience with social media and Microsoft Office required. Enthusiasm for our mission a bonus! Position is available late May/early June and is a 14-week, 35 hours per week opportunity made possible through the N.B. SEED program. The Cathedral Heritage Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume via email to by no later than Friday, April 20, 2018.

Off Campus (Spain): U.S. and Canadian Language and Culture Assistants in Spain (School Year 2018-2019)

PUBLISHED DATE: Thursday, January 11, 2018
Would you like to spend a school year in Spain, getting to
know its culture and people while improving your Spanish
and collaborating with other foreign language teachers in
school tasks?

The Language and Culture Assistants program is sponsored
by the Spanish Ministry of Education in collaboration with
the Spanish Regions (Comunidades Autónomas) and the
Education Offices of the Embassies of Spain to the United
States and Canada. It gives Junior and Senior College
students, as well as College Graduates, an opportunity
to visit Spain and become acquainted with the Spanish
education system, teachers and students, while sharing with
them aspects of their own language and culture.

The assistants will also have the opportunity to learn about
the Spanish language and culture and use their experience
upon their return to the United States, thus helping to
develop cultural understanding between the citizens of
Spain and the USA.

The program begins in October and ends in May.

  • Hold a U.S or Canadian Passport.
  • Have English or French (Canada) as your first language.
  • Be a Junior or Senior college student or have completed a BA, BS, MA or MS.
  • Be in good physical and psychological condition. It will be necessary to submit a complete medical evaluation signed by your doctor when you apply for a visa.
  • Have a clean background check.

Having at least a basic level of Spanish is required.


Assistants will share their Language and Culture in the K-12 system and Official Language Schools throughout Spain under the supervision and guidance of the classroom teacher.

They will have a 12-16 hour working week.

The Language Assistant will be instructed about the type of activities they may need to perform, which could include: conducting conversation lessons, attending meetings, making presentations in classes and participating in extra-
curricular activities such as workshops, school trips, student exchanges, music and theater performances or sporting events.

  • A minimum monthly allowance of EUR 700.
  • Orientation course at the beginning of the school year and ongoing development.
  • Medical insurance.
  • Official certificate, issued by the regional education authorities.

No application fees.

How to apply

Read carefully the application guidelines available on our

From the website you can access our online application
system called PROFEX.

  • A copy of the main page of a valid US or Canadian passport.
  • An official college transcript or copy of your diploma.
  • A signed and dated cover letter.
  • A signed and dated letter of recommendation.

APPLICATION TIMELINE: January through April

For more information, application guides
and document samples, please visit our website:

If you have any questions, please contact us at:

On Campus (Fredericton): Classroom Facilitator and Monitor (Summer)

PUBLISHED DATE: Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Classroom Facilitator and Monitor
The University of New Brunswick English Language Programme has openings for its Total Intense SUBMARINE© Immersion Intersession (May 21 - June 20, 2018), and Summer Session (July 9 - August 8, 2018) residential formats. Intersession and Summer Session are rapid, intensive courses to assist non-anglophone students to live the learning in an anglophone milieu.
General Job Description
-living in residence, helping the students with the everyday challenges of living the learning in English twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week
-assisting in monitoring the Programme Commitment Contract (Pledge)
-being available to support students by encouraging conversations and participating in activities and discussion of everyday events
-planning and implementing daily, evening and weekend classes and activities
-supporting students with the cultural challenges faced while living in an English environment
How to apply
Phone: 506-453-3564
Fax: 506-453-3578
In Person: Room 112, Marshall d’Avray Hall
Mail: UNB English Language Programme, PO Box 4400, Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3
Deadline to apply
April 6, 2018