Contact Centre Advisor

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 Contact Centre Advisor

Job Details

Position Title: Contact Centre Advisor

Status: Initiatives and Opportunities (Contract until March 2024)

Hours: 35 hours per week

Hours of Work: Monday to Friday; 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (hybrid work model- incumbent is required to work a mix of on-campus and remote workdays)

Faculty/Department: The Office of the Registrar

Campus/Location: North Campus

Salary: Min $26.47 – Max $30.69

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What you will do:

  1. The Contact Centre Advisor, who reports to the Manager, Contact Centre, will provide expert advice and assistance on a wide range of general college and academic program information, college-related events and services, academic policy, and college processes, as well as general knowledge of the other areas as needed.

2. The successful candidate must be familiar with programs, courses, academic policies, Humber and Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities (MTCU) policies and procedures, college services, and campus events.

3. The following forms of assistance or information requests will be considered:

  • Directly responding to enquiries about College and Office of the Registrar services/processes
  • Directing particular subject matter queries to specialists in the Office of the Registrar or academic schools as needed for additional assistance
  • Providing information and/or directions to various on and off-campus events and services
  • Helping students navigate the college website and use MyHumber to access resources

4. The Contact Centre Advisor is responsible for offering information and services via a variety of channels, including phone, email, and, on occasion, in-person.

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 What you bring to the role: As a Contact Centre Advisor


A two-year diploma from a post-secondary institution will be required of the selected candidate.


Two years of hands-on experience in a complicated service setting involving financial transactions.


  1. Previous experience working in a high-volume Contact Center and/or at a Welcome Desk would be regarded advantageous.
  2. The incumbent must show initiative by being proactive in addressing client issues.
  3. To effectively explain complicated rules and procedures, the incumbent must have outstanding oral and written communication skills.
  4. Interpersonal, listening, customer service, telephone, and organizing abilities are essential.
    The capacity to multitask when dealing with frequent interruptions, variable volumes, and looming deadlines.
  5. The capacity to do simple arithmetic.


  6. The ability to carry out tasks and duties in accordance with established procedures and processes.


  7. The capacity to perform well under pressure while being confident and prudent; and flexibility in working as a team member or individually.


  8. Excellent working knowledge of the College, its departments, academic schools, and key employees.


  9. Strong computer abilities, including proficient keyboarding and web navigation, are also necessary, as is understanding of email software and the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel.

Applicants that were successful: Contact Centre Advisor

  1. A stable internet connection is required.
  2. To take calls from home/remotely, you must have an appropriate and private workspace. As we are using a hybrid strategy at this time, you should be comfortable working from home/remotely and on-campus. This method may change pending guidance from government officials and public health officials.
  3. During our busiest periods, you must be able to work overtime.

What’s in it for you?

  • A chance to make a difference with a post-secondary institution on the rise.
  • A varied, hardworking, and committed group of people who care about one another. Tools and technology that will help you excel at work
  • Work-life balance with longer health and dental coverage and more days off than typical due to college shutdown schedules
  • Amazing advantages
  • Workplace culture that is extremely encouraging
  • We celebrate uniqueness

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If your experience is similar to what we’re seeking for, please apply and explain us why you’re a good fit for this position. Find Your Parking Spot at Humber!

We appreciate your interest in working at Humber College. Only those chosen for an interview will be notified. Internal personnel will be considered for Support Staff and Academic roles in accordance with their respective Collective Agreements.

Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity

Humber College is dedicated to developing a workforce that reflects the diversity of our students and city. We actively seek Indigenous Peoples and members of equity-deserving groups who have demonstrated abilities and understanding in dealing with all areas of equity, diversity, and inclusion in a post-secondary setting.

 Contact Centre Advisor Accommodation

In compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), Humber College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the recruiting process. At each point of the hiring process, our HR Generalists will work with applicants that need accommodations. On request, this material is available in various forms.

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Statement Against Discrimination

All types of discrimination and harassment are prohibited at Humber College. Students and employees have the right to study, live, and work in a nondiscriminatory and harassment-free environment. If you need help with discrimination or harassment issues, please contact the Centre for Human Rights, Equity, and Inclusion at or the Office of Student Conduct at

Hours Per Week 35
Position Type FT Support
Payband E
Minimum Salary 26.47
Maximum Salary 30.69
Work Locations North Campus 205 Humber College Blvd. Etobicoke M9W 5L7
Job Family Student Affairs and Services
Duration of Need Until March 2024
Deadline to Apply Jun. 25, 2023
Job Posting 6/15/23
Department Office of the Registrar



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