Campus Life
Student Engagement Coordinator
by IGNITE | March 16, 2020

Applications for Student Engagement Coordinator will be open in April 2020 through HRMS.

Job Title: Student Engagement Coordinator

Position Type: 2 Year Contract

Campus: Guelph-Humber, North and Lakeshore

Number of Positions: 3 (one per campus)


The Student Engagement Coordinator (SEC) is a key contact and advocate for students at each campus. The SEC contribute strategically to IGNITE offerings and ensure the mission of IGNITE is being successfully implemented throughout their campus.  The Student Engagement Coordinator work collaboratively to advocate for the student body to various internal and external stakeholders.



  • Pursue advocacy initiatives aligned with the strategic plan
  • Represents IGNITE and the student body at-large on Humber/Guelph-Humber committee meetings
  • Actively seek out input from students in areas of study other than their own and provide leadership to IGNITE by advancing the implementation of strategic objectives and goals of the organization


  • Create and participate in student outreach initiatives
  • Always present themselves in an appropriate manner, which reflects IGNITE, Humber College and the University of Guelph-Humber students at large in a positive manner


  • Be responsible for managing their campus clubs and will be the main contact for all Club Presidents
  • Approve all new campus clubs as well as verify the annual re-registration of previously existing campus clubs, granted that they meet the requirements outlined in the Clubs Policy
  • Coordinate clubs training and semesterly club fair


  • Respond to e-mails, phone calls and online interactions from students, co-workers, and partners;
  • Actively participate in IGNITE’s online communities
  • Develop an effective and appropriate continuity plan for the incoming Student Engagement Coordinator


  • Must either be a current Humber ITAL or the University of Guelph-Humber fee paying student at the time of application
  • Must commit to full-time hours during the summer semester (35 hours) and a reduced work load during the school year (25 hours)
  • Ability to think strategically, formulate and execute plans to meet organizational goals
  • Excellent problem solving and decision making ability
  • Ability to work effectively in a high-pressure environment and oversee multiple projects