*Targeted to Post-Secondary students*
This job posting represents multiple positions within different ministries and locations across Ontario. Ministry and job location details are listed below. You are required to identify the ministries and cities you are interested in applying to. Note: relocation expenses are not covered by ministries.
Applications are accepted online. Resumes and cover letters are not accepted. Describe your skills, knowledge and relevant paid work or volunteer experience in the related questions on the application form.
To assist you with the application process please visit the Summer Employment Opportunities website and view the following resources:
- (a href='http://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/SEOEligibilityCriteria.asp') Eligibility Requirements (/a)
- (a href='http://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/SEOKeyResources.asp') Student Application Guide (/a) -item 1 in Key Resources
- (a href='http://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/SEOKeyResources.asp') Explanation of Rating Scale for Application Questions (/a) -item 2 in Key Resources
Detailed Position Breakdown:
Ministry of Attorney General
1 position at 45 Main St E, L8N 2B7, Hamilton
1 position at 44 Queen St, N3T 3B2, Brantford
1 position at 700 Christina St N, N7V 3C2, Sarnia
Ministry of Government Services
1 position at 301 St Paul St, L2R 7R4, St Catharines
Ministry of Transportation
1 position at 659 Exeter Rd, N6E 1L3, London
Ministry of Community and Social Services
1 position at 150 Christina St N, N7T 7W5, Sarnia
1 position at 270 Erie St E, N9A 3X1, Windsor
1 position at 1A 63 Lorne Ave E, N5A 6S4, Stratford
1 position at 2 480 Peel St, N4S 1K2, Woodstock
Ministry of Education
1 position at 350 Brant Ave, N3T 3J9, Brantford**
**The successful candidate for the Ministry of Education position will be required to provide an original, satisfactory Criminal Reference Check, Vulnerable Sector Screening dated within the last six months as deemed suitable by the Employer, prior to the commencement of employment.
What can I expect to do in this role?
• Support a team on a wide range of administrative functions
You may be required to work on some or all of the following tasks:
• Prepare and organize correspondence, perform data entry and word processing functions, and create various documents
• Provide customer service assistance by performing reception duties, responding to public and/or internal inquiries and performing cashier duties (e.g. accurately process payments and perform basic mathematical calculations)
• Assist with small or large scale archival / filing projects by following a prescribed set of rules to store or destroy files; use technology to file documents
• Conduct research, perform analysis and input data
• Plan, organize, coordinate and manage daily assigned work
• Work may require experience specified/listed in the questions below
How do I qualify?
Some positions require students to be 15-24 years of age (or 15-29 years of age if you are a person with a disability) due to program funding.
Some positions may require the successful candidate(s) to undergo a personal security screening check as a condition of employment.
Communication and Interpersonal skills
• You apply your written communication skills to prepare a variety of documents (e.g. reports, document findings, record data, presentations, meeting minutes, etc.)
• You apply your verbal, written, listening communication skills and customer service skills to perform reception duties, respond to phone, email, and in-person inquiries and provide information to internal clients and/or public
• You apply your initiative and interpersonal skills to work collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team
Technical Skills and Knowledge
• You apply your experience using Microsoft Office product suite, such as word processing (Word), spreadsheets (Excel), databases; email and Internet to conduct research and prepare a variety of documents
• You apply your knowledge of office administration to accurately process payments and perform basic mathematical calculations
• You accurately track, retrieve and archive files; you apply your knowledge and/or experience of electronic file and paper management systems to secure, classify, manage and store documents
• You apply your basic recordkeeping knowledge to ensure ministry records are maintained to appropriate standards integrity of ministry records
• You input data accurately and generate reports paying close attention to detail
Analytical skills and Organizational Skills
• You apply your research and analytical skills to gather information, assess and summarize and provide recommendations
• You apply your knowledge of recordkeeping theory and practice to research documents, make connections and identify those that are to be archived
• You use the internet and other sources to gather and aggregate data, analyze and input data findings and summarize information
• You apply your planning and organizational skills to collect, organize, review and verify information/data through review of files, reports, and other means
• You apply your discretion and sensitivity skills when working with confidential information
• You work independently or as part of a team; you plan, organize and prioritize your time to meet competing deadlines