It is time to turn our attention to preparing our physical space for our hybrid working environment. While we don’t know what the layout of our physical space on campus will look like, we need to do some housekeeping to prepare our spaces for common use.
- The first step is for staff who worked in the Old Medical building (Old Meds) and Summerhill to remove any personal items (except for those designated to be working on campus currently). Between now and Friday, Dec. 17, please schedule a time to retrieve your belongs with the following individuals:
- Please complete this short Campus and Home Office survey by Dec. 3, so we can better understand the equipment Office of Advancement staff currently have, what might be needed, and any digital and paper file retrieval or long-term storage needs.
In the new year, we will focus on equipment pick up and digital and paper files, as well as program resources storage.
The Queen’s Equity Services Office is hosting some important informational events over the next couple of weeks. Please register for these events using your Queen's email address to avoid incurring a registration fee.
Draw the Line Against Transphobic Violence webinar
This interactive 90- minute, facilitator-led webinar by Egale will help participants better recognize and intervene in harmful behaviours as they arise, while also building strategies to proactively foster school conditions grounded in consent, trans affirmation, and safer relationships overall. The impacts of COVID-19 as they relate to these issues will also be discussed. The webinar will take place on Thursday, Dec. 2, 12 — 1:30 pm.
70% of trans youth (aged 14 — 25) surveyed in a University of British Columbia study reported experiencing some form of sexual harassment or violence. Stats like this reveal the huge obstacles and risks facing trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming students due to a dangerous combination of transphobia and sexual violence present in school cultures and broader communities.
Speak On It series featuring Celina Caesar-Chavannes
Join author, speaker, businesswoman, and former politician Celina Caesar Chavannes as she shares her life-changing story in a riveting discussion on success, failure, and the transformative power of Black vulnerability. This talk will take place on Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021 at noon.
For any accessibility and accommodation requests, please contact Human Rights Advisory Services.
The Employee Spotlight celebrates the arrival of our new staff by profiling responses they share through a fun and informal survey that will help us get to know them better. Be sure to review these profiles and use these fun facts and tidbits to find commonalities, embrace differences and spark a conversation.
This week's current Advancement staff feature is Jeanette Hepburn, in the position of Executive Director, Development and Alumni Engagement, Smith School of Business.
We need your recruitment help. Know great talent that would be a good addition to our team? If so, please promote the vacancies below with your networks and let’s find some amazing new team members.
Applications (including a cover letter and résumé) must be submitted through CareerQ. For additional information on this posting, please reach out to either Carla Ferreira Rodrigues or the hiring manager for the position you are interested in.
|POSITION||COMPETITION NUMBER||UNIT AND DEPARTMENT||CLOSING DATE||GRADE||JOB TYPE|
|Communications and Events Officer||J0921-0328||Alumni Relations||Dec. 13, 2021||8||Continuing|