If you’d like to give students the safe, rewarding residence experience they need them to thrive personally and academically, working in residence might be for you! Whether you’d like to help foster a sense of belonging and community or are passionate about residence safety and lending a helping hand where needed, working in residence is sure to be a win-win situation.
The Residence Safety works collaboratively with Residence Life, Client Relations and Protection Services. The Residence Safety Ambassadors and Residence Safety Team Leads help improve the student experience and ensure the safety of members of the university’s residence community. Ambassadors and Team Leads will patrol residences and help in the education and compliance of Housing policies.
If you are interested in a career in law enforcement, social work, or something similar, this is a great opportunity to gain practical experience and contribute to keeping our campus safe.
Do you have a passion for fitness and well-being? Working with Recreation might be for you! Support programming and activities, while promoting the Gee-Gees brand and playing a vital role in instilling uOttawa pride
Are you a caring individual concerned with the well-being of the University community? The Health and Wellness sector staff provide valuable support to uOttawa students. Explore the opportunities available!
U-Pass Distribution Clerks are responsible for distributing U-Pass cards to eligible students. Agents welcome students, verify eligibility, execute the necessary steps to register and obtain the U-Pass card, and answer all other related questions and requests.
Teaching Assistant (TA) and Research Assistant (RA) positions play an important role at the University of Ottawa. It also offers great opportunities for our working students to gain valuable and practical job experience throughout their program of studies. In a classroom or in a research lab, you could perform a variety of tasks, such as teaching assistance, correcting, monitoring labs, conducting discussion groups, reviewing literature, collecting and analyzing data, developing and conducting experiments and so much more!