Administrator, school of optometry, grade USG 11 ("extensive management experience").
Stationery sales assistant, bookstore, grade USG 3 ("two years' retail experience in stationery sales").
Secretary-receptionist, physics, grade USG 3 ("extensive office experience").
Associate director, Waterloo Management of Integrated Manufacturing Systems group, management sciences, grade USG 9 ("MASc . . . experience in the manufacturing industry . . . familiarity with management science approaches").
Admissions and records assistant, registrar's office, grade USG 3-4 ("experience with record keeping in a computerized environment").
A list of the co-op students who are without employment following the "computer match" will be posted on the co-op department bulletin boards at 12 noon today. These students should then attend a meeting later today to begin the "continous phase" of employer interviews. Times and places of the meetings:
Applied health studies, 4:30 p.m., Math and Computer 2065Students who do have employment will be scheduled to see a coordinator beginning tomorrow to confirm acceptance and to receive job reporting information. Schedules for those interviews will be posted at 3 p.m. today.
Arts, 4:30 p.m., Engineering Lecture 103
Engineering term 1B, 4:30 p.m., Engineering Lecture 101
Engineering term 2B and up, 5:30 p.m., Engineering Lecture 101
Environmental studies, 4:30 p.m., PAS (Psychology) room 2083
Mathematics and accounting, 4:30 p.m., Davis Centre 1351
Science, 4:30 p.m., Biology 1 room 271
Meanwhile, Students Advising Co-op has scheduled a "Co-op Student Symposium" for today, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the "multi-purpose room" that links the old and new sections of the Student Life Centre. Says a bulletin from SAC: "There is no need to stay for the full three hours -- you can come in for an hour or less if you wish."
During the symposium, students will have the chance to meet with several employer representatives about "what they expect to see on resumes and in the interview", and with co-op department staff about "what you think about the co-op system, how it can be improved and more".
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