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Schulich School of Music
The Recruitment and Communications Assistant will report to the Recruitment Supervisor within the Schulich School of Music Student Services unit to support the development and implementation of a marketing plan, communications strategy, and recruitment activities to attract prospective students (Undergraduate & Graduate).
Support Recruitment Plan:
Support for the promotion and organization events; e.g. liaising with departments, other universities, and other units necessary
Assists in the implementation of recruitment events for prospective undergraduate and graduate students including: Visits to Cégeps and school fairs; McGill Open House; webinars and information sessions, etc.
Compile information on leads and prospective students using student database
Coordinate meetings and takes minutes
Conducts research regarding prospective student marketing and trends.
Participates in the creation of a marketing approach in collaboration with the Manager of Student Services, Recruitment Supervisor and other units within the Schulich School of Music.
Work on the digital strategy for recruitment
Assist with providing content for the website
Produces promotional material such as flyers, posters, videos and newsletters for use in reports, workshops and info sessions.
Providing support to recruitment events including but not limited to: Student Information Sessions, webinars, school fairs, CEGEP visits, etc.
Coordinate student visits and tours
Assist with in person auditions
Sending email invitations
Coordinate student ambassadors, volunteers etc.
Providing feedback on various recruitment initiatives and outreach efforts.
Other relevant tasks, as required.
Duration: 20 hours/week (Hours are subject to change depending on the needs of the unit during peak periods)
This position is covered by the AMUSE collective agreement.
Other Qualifying Skills and/or Abilities
- Good understanding of Microsoft Suite (required)
- Ability to work with Office 365 (e.g., Teams, PowerPoint, Excel, Forms)
- Comfortable with digital and social platforms such as Zoom, Instagram, Facebook, Canva, etc.
- Strong organization and ability to prioritize
- Experience with communication, strong writing skills
- Experience organizing events (in-person and virtual)
- Self-driven, organized and autonomous
- English, excellent spoken and written skills required. French, good spoken and written skills.
Minimum Education and Experience:
High School Diploma 2 Years Related Experience
(AMUSE C) $23.00
Estimated Number of Work Hours per Week:
20 (Part time)
Position Start Date:
Position End Date:
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