With the resources and tutorials that Carleton provides, potential applicants are able to stay up-to-date and informed of current job opportunities, write an effective resume and cover letter, and prepare for a potential interview. In order to apply for a position online, you must first create a profile. For further information, please consult the How to Apply guide and Video Tutorials.
There are various job postings for students that can be found on mySuccess through Carleton Central. Here students can find opportunities for both off and on campus work as well as part-time, full-time, volunteer, or summer employment.
Equity Services are dedicated to creating a safe work and academic environment for the entirety of the Carleton community. Equity Services offer various Resourceson and off campus for all of its staff and students.
By definition, a workplace injury is classified as any illness, injury, or acute psychological trauma caused by physical, chemical, or biological hazards in the workplace. All workplace injuries or illnesses must be immediately reported to the workplace supervisor. For more information, please consult Hazard Identification and Reporting.
In a workplace incident, no injury or illness occurs. An incident is defined as an event that could have resulted in an illness or injury if a slightly different set of circumstances had transpired. Examples of this can include: fires, explosions, spills, etc. Incidents like workplace injuries still need to be reported to the workplace supervisor. For more information, please consult Hazard Identification and Reporting.
It is the worker’s responsibility to report any workplace hazards to their immediate supervisors. A hazard is defined as any practice, behaviour, condition, thing, situation, or a combination of these things, having the potential to cause injury or illness to a person or damage to property or equipment. For more information, please consult Carleton’s Hazard Reporting Policy.