Student Employment

Find work on campus

Students can enjoy the convenience of a part-time job right here on King’s campus. King’s proudly has three student-owned and operated businesses that employ students: the King’s Co-op Bookstore, the Wardroom and the Galley.

There are also part-time employment opportunities as a phonathon caller, research assistant, dining hall server or working in the fitness centre, library or on campus patrol.

Jobs are posted throughout the year so check back often.

Current Employment Listings

It's really easy to get to because I can just come here in between my classes. Also, I like that I get to meet a lot of people who work on campus…and get to see behind the scenes of how campus runs, which makes you appreciate a lot of the people you don’t normally interact with when you go to university.

Nika Lennox
Nika Lennox

Works at Alexandra Hall, Fourth year

Employment Listings

Desk Receptionist (Overnight Reserve) - Alexandra Hall (Nov. 22)

Department: Alexandra Hall Desk
Job Title: Overnight Desk Receptionist
Pay: $12.75/hour
Schedule: Reserve position

  • Midnight to 4:00am
  • 4:00am-8:00am
  • Training will be provided

Currently we are hiring for overnight reserve positions with no assigned shift.

Reports to: Alex Hall Desk Student Supervisors & Residence Receptionist

The Alex Hall Desk Receptionist (Overnight Reserve) acts as the point of contact for campus once offices close.  The receptionist is available to help students and receive visitors and calls, directing them to the appropriate department.  The receptionist interacts with the Duty Don, Patrol and Security throughout the night.

Duties

  • Maintain radio contact with Security, Patrol and Gym staff
  • Assist students, staff, faculty and visitors with questions and support as needed, directing them to the appropriate help
  • Track all keys signed out and in at the desk
  • Answer the telephone switchboard after hours
  • Provide online payment service for DalCard holders for printing documents
  • Assist with printing service from the desk printer for those who print documents at the desk
  • Handle Lost & Found, recording incoming items and retrieved items in the database
  • Maintain a tidy and clean work area

Pick up an application at Alex Hall desk and return it with a resume by Friday, November 22 to Alex Hall desk, or by email to monica.farrell@ukings.ca

Alumni Relations Student Representative - Advancement Office (Nov. 25)

Department: Advancement Office
Job Title: Alumni Relations Student Representative
Pay: $11.55/hour
Schedule:

  • Mon-Wed 6 – 9 pm
  • Thurs 7 – 9 pm

Flexible scheduling and training provided.

Reports to: Kathy Miller, Manager Alumni Relations & Events

The Alumni Relations Student Representative acts as an ambassador of the university, creating a point of contact with alumni, parents and friends of King’s. They also present an opportunity to catch up with alumni and get their news ensuring we know as much as possible about their life after King’s. And lastly, they support the fundraising efforts of the Advancement Office.

Duties

  • contact alumni, parents and special friends of the university by telephone to update their details, inform them of news and events at King’s, and ask for their financial support for the Annual Giving Fund;
  • accurately record pledges, donations, contact information, and detailed conversation notes;
  • sort, code and file information; and
  • respond to questions, concerns and objections in a professional manner.

Submit your resume and cover letter by Monday, November 25th, in person to Kathy Miller in the Advancement Office in the Link, or by email to kathy.miller@ukings.ca.

Dining Services - Food Service Associate and Catering Attendant (Beginning Sept. 2019)

Dining Services invites incoming students to apply for:

  • Food Service Associate
  • Catering Attendant

The Dining Services team is prepared to work with student schedules to benefit both parties.

For further details, please contact:

Andrea Lamb
Manager of Chartwells  Dining Services
Prince Hall, University of King’s College
andrea.lamb@compass-canada.com

To financially sustain myself in Halifax, I need to have a small, constant income and student jobs are really awesome for that because everyone is super understanding when school needs to be priority over work.

Rylan Pembroke
Rylan Pembroke

Works at the Galley, First Year