CSU - Receptionist

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Responsibilities:
– Greet students coming into the CSU office in a polite and pleasant manner, and provide detailed information about the CSU (including its services, campaigns, events, projects, and the Student Health and Dental coverage), and general information about university and affiliates services. Answer in-person, over the phone and email enquiries, and refer on as appropriate.
– Accept requisition forms, special project & bursary applications, space reservation request, club registrations, and various other documents, ensure completeness of information, and forward to the appropriate executive and staff.
– Approve postings according to established guidelines and inform students of current postering policy.
– Send faxes, distribute mail and packages, and maintain inventory of materials and supplies for the office.
– Update documents in reserve for the general public and CSU executives and staff. Photocopy and collate documents for distribution.
– Sell event tickets and promotional items. Maintain petty cash box.
– Assist executives, staff and student groups with booking meeting rooms and information booths.
– Keep oneself informed as to what is currently going on within the organization.
– Keep oneself informed of relevant university and CSU’s policies and procedures.
Essential Requirement(s):
– Excellent spoken English skills and fluent French conversational skills
– Punctual and patient with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
– General knowledge of Concordia University and the CSU
– Good research skills
– Must be able to work independently with low supervision and as part of a team
– Be able to work Tuesdays at Loyola from noon to 5pm and Fridays at SGW, from 2pm to 6pm
– Computer literate, knowledge of Excel and Internet Explorer
– Must be authorized to work in Canada (valid SIN card required)
– Must be a full-time undergraduate student at Concordia University
 
Asset(s):
– Experience providing front-line service in a fast-paced environment
– Strong knowledge of Excel
– Approved into the Work Study program
Applications must include
– Cover letter and C.V.;
– Winter 2019 class schedule;
– Authorization email from Work Study Program if available.
**Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement.**
How to Apply:
Email your CV, cover letter, Fall class schedule (and work student authorization if available) to jobs@csu.qc.ca with the title “Receptionist Winter 2019” by January 6 2019. Incomplete application and applications that do not follow these steps will not be considered.
The Work Study program allows full-time Concordia students to work on-campus part-time and is a service supported by Financial Aids and Awards office. Visit the Work-study program webpage for more information on how to apply for a Work Study Authorization. Keep in mind that eligible students must be registered full-time in a program and receiving governmental student aid. International (except U.S.) students are exempt from the latter criteria.
Notes/Other:
For more information, contact Yu-Hui Yu at (514) 848-7474 ext. 8908 or by e-mail at office@csu.qc.ca.
Job Closing Date: Sunday, January 6 2019, 11:59PM
Contact E-mail Address: office@csu.qc.ca
Contact Phone Number: 514-848-7474 x8908

CSU - Chief Electoral Officer

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Description:
It is the Chief Electoral Officer’s (CEO) responsibility to ensure that all elections and referenda run fairly and smoothly. The CEO carries out the Standing Regulations related to CSU Elections, as guided by the Standard Operating Procedures of their office. The Chief Electoral Officer reports to the Chairperson of the Council of Representatives, the Judicial Board, and the Council of Representatives.
Responsibilities:
– Verify that the parties are complying with these regulations;
– Ensure the integrity and independence of the electoral process;
– Issue directives on the carrying out of these regulations;
– Receive and examine the reports and returns transmitted to them;
– Inquire into the legitimacy of candidates’ election expenses and of referendum expenses;
– Be responsible for the archive of election results;
– Propose electoral reforms to Council;
– Provide any person applying therefore with advice and information regarding the carrying out of these regulations;
– Give public access to the information, reports, returns or documents relating to these regulations;
– Hold information meetings for the benefit of candidates and referendum committees;
– Create and maintain an elections website;
– Advertise the elections and promote participation in the electoral process on campus;
– Update the Standard Operating Procedures for their office as required.
– Hiring/appointing deputy electoral officers, polling clerks and other elections officers as may be the case
– Ensure that the election or referendum is properly conducted, and, for that purpose, shall see to the training of the other election officers and direct their work.
Essential Requirements:
– Current Concordia undergraduate student, registered in the Winter 2019 semester;
– Extensive knowledge of the CSU Bylaws and Standing Regulations;
– Able to take initiative and work independently;
– Must not be a member of CSU Judicial Board, Council of Representatives, Executive, Concordia Senate, or Concordia Board of Governors.
Assets:
– Bilingualism
– Knowledge of CSU policies and elections procedures
Notes: The CEO is appointed until they resign, are removed by the CSU Judicial Board, or are no longer a student. The CEO works approximately 3-4 months per year. Applicants should be prepared for an interview in front of CSU Council.
How to apply: Email your cover letter and CV to appointments@csu.qc.ca by midnight on December 16th, 2018, with “Chief Electoral Officer – Fall 2018” as the subject line.

Room in student apartment near St Denis and...

$600
600.00

I have a furnished room available for a lease transfer starting in January and lasting until August (Jan 1 - Aug 31 2019). It's in a two-bedroom apartment right next to the intersection of St. Denis and Ontario E., close to the Berri-UQAM and St Laurent metro stations. The apartment is on the second floor and it's bright and renovated with hardwood floors. Rent includes heat, electricity, and hot water.  The roommate is a female graduate student at McGill, so a female tenant is preferred. Feel free to message me with any questions or to arrange a viewing :)

WANTED: Graphic Artist / Technician /...

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I'm a former student looking for one assistant (or a team of people) to help me with my Youtube Channel for a new show I'm creating. Very simple stuff.Skills:- photoshop- illustrator- video / film - editing- animation ***If quality of work on first job (internship) is great and partnership is a match I will be hiring at minimum wage to start. Moving up from there.Contact me so we can discuss further. Really excited about this new project. John 514-677-0201Check out the link to the channel and what i have so far.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh4E8CDrDnxcg4oUFcNTmWg

Librarian

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Summary of positionUnder the supervision of the Executive Director, the Librarian provides appropriate educational programming, for children aged 2-13 years old, within an inclusive learning environment within the community of Little Burgundy. They will display positive leadership and work as part of the management team for the overall growth and well-being of the organization and community. Duties and ResponsibilitiesCommunity Outreach:Daycare story times

  • Schedule weekly story time with local CPE daycares and home daycares, as well as within the Early Childhood department at Tyndale St Georges.
  • Plan and implement a routine (choose books, songs and rhymes to match a theme) for each story time visit
  • Facilitate the borrowing-of-books process at these facilities, as necessary
  • Offer suggestions to early childhood staff selecting books to supplement classroom themes, as necessary
  • Special events
  • Attend local fairs and festival events in promotion of Tyndale St-Georges and the children’s library, with the support of other Tyndale St-Georges staff
  • Organize, plan, implement and schedule special guests (authors, science guests, etc.)

 Library-specific duties:Managing Circulation

  • Add new memberships: provide library orientation for new members, enter membership information into library system
  • Circulate books (loan & return books), collect fines, organize and contact library members with overdue loans
  • Return borrowed books to their place on the shelves
  • Become familiarized with circulation system: libib.com

Managing Collection:

  • Maintain the robust book collection of approximately 7, 000 children’s books
  • Order new books according to the needs of the participants and current trends, with special attention to diverse character representation
  • Access the quality of donated books to either integrate them into the collection or donate them to another organization
  • Integrate new books into the collection (
  • Shelf read to maintain proper classification order
  • Weed dated or unused books

Organize Afterschool programming:

  • Coordinate a variety of weekly after-school activities, such as science, arts and crafts, chess, knitting, card game tournaments, etc.
  • Maintain a program that promotes reading and encourages elementary-aged children to read.

Administrative Duties

  • Maintain records for Library (statistics and metrics)
  • Monitor department budget
  • Develop publicity, social media and outreach promotional materials
  • Manage Government grants and reports

Skills & Abilities

  • Active listening/comprehension
  • Establish and maintain good interpersonal relationships
  • Read, write and speak French and English
  • Hiring methods
  • Time management/organization skills
  • Coaching skills
  • Oral and written comprehension/expression
  • Inductive, deductive and critical thinking
  • Working with ethno-cultural communities

Outcomes

  • To introduce love literacy children under the age of 5
  • Offer local CPE’s free reading activities
  • To encourage elementary school participants to actively and independently read
  • Encourage literacy through activities
  • Offer library activities free of charge or at a minimal charge
  • To have the reading materials reflect the community and the participants

 

Kitchen Animator

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Summary of PositionUnder the supervision of the Volunteer Department Director, the Kitchen Animator prepares and serves meals to the participants of the Children, Youth & Families program.. She/he participates as an active and effective member of the Tyndale St-Georges team in a manner that enhances the delivery of the Centre’s programs and services while promoting its values and upholding its reputation the larger community.  She/he promotes a conducive environment for team work.Key areas of Responsibility

  • To prepare food for the programs in the Children, Youth and Families department programs
  • Prepare meal plans and ensure nutritious guidelines are met
  • Purchase food for the organization
  • Lead volunteers on kitchen guidelines and ensure that all guidelines are being met
  • Oversee the use of the kitchen and ensure that all equipment is being used properly

Recreation Coordinator

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Summary of positionUnder the supervision Program Director, Department of Children, Youth and Families, the Recreation Coordinator is to develop, implement and evaluate socio-recreational programs, activities and services for children and youth involved in programs within the Children, Youth and Families department.Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assess needs of program participants; develop and implement curriculums and innovative approaches/programs that empower program participants; coordinate all socio-recreational program operations; manage socio-recreation budget and supplies; recruit, supervise and support part-time staff, interns and volunteers; evaluate programs on an ongoing basis; effectively deal with disciplinary issues of program participants.
  • Oversee the management of children during socio-recreational activities; work collaboratively with other coordinators to ensure effective programming and support for program participants; assist in the evaluation of part-time staff; participate in and facilitate team meetings and training; participate in departmental special events.
  • Assist with all program outreach, carry out administrative duties related to job tasks, and participate in special events and activities of the Centre.
  • Work to develop and maintain partnerships with relevant organizations; develop positive interpersonal relationships with parents, team members, volunteers and program participants.

 

N-ID-578 Service Desk Analyst (Part-Time)...

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Overview

Compugen is Canada's largest privately-owned and operated Information Technology (IT) solution provider with extensive service and support resources. Our vision is to “simplify the business of technology, together” by focusing on business objectives and outcomes, aligning the most relevant and effective IT solutions to meet those requirements and providing extraordinary ongoing support capabilities.

 

Every day, over 1500 dedicated employees across Canada focus on providing extraordinary customer service and support experiences to private and public sector organizations. Since 1981, the Compugen team has developed a strong reputation with market-leading vendors and customers, for creating, implementing and supporting creative IT solutions that delight thousands of customers.

 

We welcome the best and the brightest. If you love the thrill of solving complex problems, if you have a burning entrepreneurial spirit and if you want to bring leading technology to Canadian business, then we want to hear from you. We are customer-focused go-getters with a passion for simplifying technology. Together we offer an exciting and challenging environment for our people. Be part of a fast-growing organization that is at the forefront of technological innovation. Responsibilities

* Provide Service Desk technical support to users either via phone, email or desk side as required

* Build relationships with customers both in person and over the phone

* Provide advanced troubleshooting for all types of technical inquiries, service requests, and issues involving computers, network, smartphones/tablets, AV systems, enterprise applications/systems

* Contribute to team innovation through ideas for process improvement and efficiency

* Develop, implement, and/or participate in the preparation knowledge base articles and/or documentation for Service Desk use; make recommendations for improvements

* Document all problems and solutions in the Service Desk Tracking System

* Be available to work rotating schedules which include evenings, weekends and holidays.

Qualifications

* Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills, with a focus on rapport-building

* Ability to clearly communicate over email and phone

* Any IT service desk analyst will be considerate

* Related technical experience in either a work or school environment

* Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities

* Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a fast-paced environment

* Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment

* A college diploma or university degree in the field of computer science is an asset

 

The applicant will send their resume to Diane Décarie at ddecarie@compugen.com

Heated 6 Room and 2 bathroom Apt.

$1 000
1 000.00

Centrally located between De L' Eglise and Verdun Metro stations, this 6 Room + 2 bathrooms semi-basement apartment is ready for immediate occupancy. Central heating and hot water are included.Layout as follows: two Bedrooms, Living room, kitchenette with Breakfast nook and 4 closets. Bathroom has toilet, sink and bathtub/shower. Study desks are available.  A second Living room easily converted to a bedroom a second kitchenette with dishwasher, Study room with desk and bathroom/toilet and 2 closets, all of which can be closed off for privacy with locked door.Kitchenette has sink, dishwasher, fridge and stove. Washer and dryer are available for common use to all tenants, in building.Floors are hardwood, except for vinyl tiles in kitchenettes and ceramic tiles in bathroom, with ceramic tiled walls.Access to clotheslines is available and additional storage space.Lease end date is flexible and can be adjusted to any month, as required. Rent is $1,000 per month.Apartment Size:6-1/2 + 1/2Lease Type:New LeaseMove-in Date:  Immediately availableAppliances Included:FridgeStoveDishwasherWasher and Dryer in BuildingUtilities Included:Heating and Hot WaterBoth bathrooms have toilet, sink, and bathtub with shower.

Room available in large 4.5 next to Loyola campus

$500
500.00

I have a large 4½ next to Concordia's Loyola campus and am hoping to share. It's currently largely unfurnished. I have two cats in the apartment. I'm an older student in physics - super quiet and respectful. I'm often away and hate to leave the cats alone in the apartment so sharing seems like a logical thing to do. The building's really nice and the neighbours are quiet and friendly. The neighbourhood's also really nice - it's the green part of NDG, next to Trenholme park and a very short walk to campus.   Laundry is in the building and all utilities are included (rent is $950/mo and utilities tend to come out to $50/mo). J'ai un grand 4½ à côté de Concordia Loyola à partager. L'appart est présentement non meublé à part une table, un sofa, et l'essentiel. J'ai deux chats dans l'appartement. Je suis un étudiant de physique, calme et respectueux. Je suis souvent absente et j'aimerais mieux ne pas laisser les chats seuls dans l'appartement, alors le partage d'appartement semble un étape logique. Le bâtiment est sympa et les voisins sont calmes et amicaux. Le quartier est également très agréable - c'est le quartier plutôt vert de NDG, à côté du parc Trenholme et à cinq minutes de marche du campus. La buanderie est dans le bâtiment (mais pas dans l'appartement) et le 500$ inclut l'Internet, l'hydro, l'eau chaud, etc.

Bedroom + Office Furnished + Services Cremazie...

$650
650.00

Bedroom and office (2 rooms) to be occupied for a period of 6 to 18 months from January 1st, 2019 (or before). 2 persons live there, and a professional has his office. Fully furnished (except for linen). Included services: high speed internet (cabled and wireless both), electricity, and heating. Located 5 minutes (walking) from Cremazie Subway in the Villeray neighborhood, corner Henri-Julien and Liege. 25 minutes from UQAM, 35 minutes from University of Montreal, 30 minutes from downtown. 2 minutes by car from Marche Central and the corner of the angle of highways 15 and 40. 2 persons are sharing the main floor’s bathroom and professional uses the basement bathroom. Each person uses its own refrigerator. On the main floor: the kitchen, the bathroom, 2 bedrooms, 2 offices as well as the professional office space. In the basement: the bathroom used by the professional as well as the laundry room. We are looking for a woman that is very calm and very clean. The place is ideal for a student or a professional. The building is old, has a lot of charm and has been renovated. Individual heating in each bedroom. Central air conditioning. Nice private backyard. Clothes washing and drying machines. Locks with keypads on each door. Alarm system.Beware:  there are 3 cats therefore people with allergies should abstain. Available from January 1st or immediately. 

Room for rent

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Student, teacher or professional wanted. Ideal room for a person looking for a part time room in Montreal. Ex: Monday to Thursday, Friday to Monday, a few weeks a month, etc. Room to rent from January 1, 2019. I am flexible as to the number of months.  Large furnished room with a window in a 4 ½ located in the heart of Rosemont, near the lively promenade Masson. 1 minute walk from a wide variety of services and shops, including: supermarket, SAQ, pharmacy, bookstore, restaurant, bar.  Central location; 15 minutes by bus (47, 27, 427, 67, 467) Laurier metro (orange line), St-Michel (blue line) and Joliette (green line). 427 express bus direct to UQAM and downtown.  The apartment is clean and has been almost completely repainted 2 years ago. Outside balcony and very large outdoor terrace. I have lived there for 9 years. I am looking for a calm, cheerful, positive and respectful person. I'm interested in visual arts, music, literature, psychology, news.  $ 550 / month. Including furniture, bedding, washer and dryer, large fridge, freezer, stove, microwave oven, heating, hot water, electricity, internet access, television.  Please communicate with me and tell me a few words about you!

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