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Applying for employment at Northern Lights College:
Check the "Apply" button beside the posting. This will open your email program and a new email with the competition number and position name already filled in. Please attach your resume, cover letter and any further documentation as outlined below.
Qualified applicants are invited to forward a resume and letter of application, quoting the competition number, and including names and telephone numbers of three current professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the Subject Line, please indicate the Competition Number that is listed on the job posting. Resumes, cover letters and any other documentation should be attached to the email.
Limit emails to a total size of 5 MB or less (including attachments). Documentation should be submitted in either Word or PDF format.
Internal applicants are encouraged to confirm the impact upon their employee status and benefits eligibility before accepting a new position with the College. Please contact Payroll and Benefits, or HR staff at the NLC Regional Office, Dawson Creek, for information and assistance.
We thank all applicants for their interest in employment with NLC; however, only those contacted for an interview will be acknowledged. Please note that all internal candidates will be given first consideration.
How To Complete Testing (as needed, per HR)
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The successful candidate will be required to perform all registration procedures for students and other prospective college clients, as well as keeping the computerized student records on “Colleague” current, while maintaining the internal reporting and record keeping with a high degree of accuracy. Duties will also include assistance to inquiries (student, staff and general public) in person, by telephone, or by correspondence for programs based on the Campus as well as programs available college wide. Handle routine public relations functions by exchanging general information on policies and procedures; maintain course interest lists for all program areas and follow-up with students by phone and mail. Assist staff with clerical duties with regard to their course needs. Experience with student records registration system is an asset. Responsible for cash outs and bank deposits. Evening and weekend work may be required on a scheduled basis.
Grade 12, and completion of formal post-secondary clerical training is preferred. Experience and proficiency with MS Office 2010, validation of cash and balance of accounts is required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are necessary as well as the ability to work effectively in a team environment. Excellent customer service is essential to this position. Excellent organization skills with a demonstrated ability to prioritize, attention to detail and meet deadlines while working with frequent interruptions is essential. The successful candidate must successfully complete a comprehensive clerical test.