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SOS Coordinator Recruitment

Thank you to all who applied for our SOS Coordinators for Fall-Winter 2023/2024.

SOS Coordinators are paid senior Peer Leaders with an in depth knowledge of SOS programming. They assist with the day-to-day management of SOS programs and report directly to the College Academic Coordinator.

We are currently recruiting for the following positions:


  • Class Representative Coordinator
  • Peer Mentor Coordinator (Science)
  • PASS Co-Coordinator (1 of 2 positions available)
  • Peer Tutor Coordinator

See below to learn more about the responsibilities of each position.

Bethune College welcomes applications from all students, including, but not limited to, women, persons with disabilities, members of racialized groups, Indigenous Peoples and persons of any gender identity and sexual orientation. Bethune College is committed to a positive and inclusive environment.


Read HERE to check eligibility requirements.

Application Process

APPLY HERE by Monday, March 27th at 11:59PM. This link is now closed, Thank you for your interest.

You will be asked to attach the documents listed below.

  • A Resume/CV and Personal Statement combined into one PDF file.
  • An unofficial copy of your student transcript as a PDF. Screen captures of transcript reports are acceptable.

Job Duties

All SOS Coordinators may be required to:

  • Assist the College Academic Coordinator in the recruitment and training of new SOS Leaders.
  • Assist the College Academic Coordinator with the tracking and evaluating of SOS programs.
  • Plan, organize and run numerous events throughout the year.
  • Collaborate with other SOS Coordinators to support student learning.
  • Keep records of meeting attendance and report regularly on their progress to the College Academic Coordinator.
  • Serve as a senior mentor for other SSMs and responds effectively to crisis situations providing support and de-escalation.
  • Assist with the planning and implementation of a SOS recognition program to motivate and appreciate their leaders.
  • Assist with the development of learning activities and materials to support their SOS program.
  • Participate in the implementation of a training program for their program.
  • Liaise with current students and student leaders at York on matters pertaining to leadership development.
  • Write and send out regular communication to all volunteer or paid student leaders within their program.
  • Cultivate a sense of community and pride amongst Bethune College students.

Specific Fall/Winter SOS Coordinators will have additional responsibilities related to their unique role:

  • Peer Mentor Coordinator (Science)
    • Schedule, supervise and support Peer Mentors in planning weekly seminars
    • Schedule and support Peer Mentors in holding regular drop-in office hours
    • Coach Peer Mentors in their interactions with their mentees
    • Plan for the future of the Peer Mentorship program
    • Assist with implementation and advising of SOS events such as recruitment, socials and SOS open house
  • Class Representative Coordinator
    • Recruit and Hire Class Representatives each semester
    • Plan and Facilitate Class Representative training
    • Provide ongoing support, coaching and instructions to the Class Representatives in each of their roles
    • Collect, organize and analyze data for each of the SOS programs
  • PASS Coordinator
    • Recruit and hire PASS leaders
    • Schedule all PASS sessions in collaboration with the Bethune College office
    • Coach Fall/Winter PASS leaders in running their sessions, including attending sessions to observe, provide feedback and ensure quality control
    • Ensure that PASS leaders are keeping records of study session attendance
  • Peer Tutor Coordinator
    • Recruit and Hire Peer Tutors
    • Schedule, supervise and support Peer Tutors in holding their regular tutoring hours
    • Coach and train Peer Tutors in their interactions with their tutees
    • Collect and analyze data, and plan for the future of the Peer Tutor program

Pay rate

at least $17/hr; leaders work 10 hours per week during the 12 weeks classes are in session (Fall/Winter) and/or all 16 weeks (Summer).