On Campus

Imaginus Poster Sale

0

The Imaginus poster sale is returning to the EV-lobby on October 9 to 12 2018, and they are hiring students to work on setup/breakdown, daily advertising and security.

 If you are interested in any of the shift(s), please send me (by e-mail) your full name, student ID (if available), cell phone number, and indicate which shift(s) you wish to tackle. 

 Feel free to forward this information to your friends.  These jobs are open to anybody (student/non-student).  The deadline to apply is October 2 2018.

 

SET UP

October 9

7am to 10am

$14.00/hr

Note: heavy work

 

DAILY ADVERTISING

October 9, 10, 11, 12

11am to 1pm

$13.00/hr

Note: light work

 

SECURITY (OVERNIGHT WORK)

October 9, 10, 11

7:45pm to 9am

$13.00/hr

Note: light work

 

BREAKDOWN

October 12

5pm to 7:30pm

$14.00/hr

Note: heavy work

QPIRG Concordia is hiring an Alternative...

0

To apply: Please send a CV and cover letter to hiring [at] qpirgconcordia.org. Indicate the job position(s) you are applying for in the subject line. OR – Drop off a CV and cover letter at our office during business hours (Monday to Thursday, 12-6pm).CONTRACT DURATION: October-December, 2018 (for full salary and hours details contact the hiring committee at hiring [at] qpirgconcordia.org)We thank all the candidates for their interest, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Please note that this positions is open to Concordia students (undergraduate or graduate) approved for Work Study. For more information about the work study program, and your potential eligibility, visit: http://faao.concordia.ca/workstudy/Employment Equity: QPIRG Concordia recognizes and welcomes the unique contributions that individuals from marginalized and oppressed communities bring to our organization, and invites these individuals to apply. We encourage applicants to describe the unique contributions they, as individuals with diverse experiences, would bring to QPIRG Concordia in their cover letter or resume. Please indicate clearly in your cover letter that you would like to be considered for Employment Equity. A full copy of the employment equity policy is available upon request.More info about the job position below. You can contact QPIRG Concordia at (514) 848-7585, email us at hiring [at] qpirgconcordia.org or visit us at 2100 Guy, #205 (Monday-Thursday, 12-6pm).—–——— ABOUT THE POSITION:The Alternative Library Coordinator will work alongside the staff and volunteers at the Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG) at Concordia University. This position will concentrate on the development, organization, and outreach of QPIRG Concordia’s Alternative Library. For more information about the Alternative Library visit http://qpirgconcordia.org/librarycirculationDuties

  • Work with QPIRG staff and volunteers to identify gaps in the QPIRG Alternative Library (e.g. French language materials, materials on issues faced by students with disabilities, etc.)
  • Work with committee to research and order new materials (books, magazines, tapes/CDs, videos, etc.)
  • Recruit and work with volunteers for the Library Committee
• Budget for purchasing of new materials
  • Use and improve database to catalogue Alternative Library materials
  • Train volunteers in data entry and database maintenance
  • Organize a user-friendly and accessible system for borrowing and returning materials
  • Organize training sessions for QPIRG staff and volunteers on efficient use of the system
  • Develop strategy to publicize the Alternative Library to Concordia students and the broader community
  • Submit a written report to the Board of Directors at the end of the contract

ABOUT QPIRG CONCORDIA: The Quebec Public Interest Research Group at Concordia is a resource centre for student and community research and organizing. We strive to raise awareness and support grassroots activism around diverse social and environmental issues. Our work is rooted in an anti-oppression analysis and practice. We seek to make campus-community links and inspire social change through engaging, inclusive and non-hierarchical approaches. For more information about QPIRG Concordia, visit www.qpirgconcordia.org 

CSU Receptionist

0

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 at Loyola
– 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
– Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement

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.;
– Fall 2018 class schedule;
– Authorization email from Work Study Program if available.

**Internal candidates shall have preference.**

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 Fall 2018” by September 25 2018. Please do not submit applications through Facebook. 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

Advocacy Services Assistant

0

Description/Scope:
The Concordia Student Union is currently seeking an undergraduate student studying full-time to fill the position of Advocacy Services Assistant at the CSU Advocacy Centre. Reporting to the Student Advocacy Coordinator, the Assistant helps students who find themselves in difficult academic related situations by accurately identifying their needs and executing the necessary course of action.

Responsibilities:
– To represent students in disciplinary meetings and hearings
– To help identify the best course of action in relation to students’ academic careers
– To review and edit student requests, readmission applications and other clerical duties
– To assist and advise students on procedures, rules and regulations
– To assist in promoting the services of the Centre to undergraduate students
– To contribute to larger projects

Essential Requirement(s): 
– Undergraduate student studying full-time at Concordia
– Superior listening and communication skills both written and verbal
– Ability to handle pressure and difficult interpersonal situations
– A strong knowledge of Concordia’s Code of Conduct (Academic)
– A strong knowledge of Concordia’s Code of Rights and Responsibilities
– A strong knowledge of all of Concordia’s regulations and policies
– Strong problem solving skills
– Knowledge of the CSU and it’s services
– Knowledge of the rules of natural law
– Able to take initiative and work independently
– Strong organizational skills
– Must be able to work with and represent the full spectrum of diversity within the Concordia community.
– Computer literate

Asset(s): 
– French or Mandarin are primary assets.
– Arabic, Hindi/Urdu or other languages are secondary assets
– Any training, certificate, or education related to the functions of the role
– Relevant experience is highly desirable
– Be approved for Work Study

Applications must include
– Cover letter and C.V.
– Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 class schedule.
– If available, please also include a copy of your authorization for Work Study received by e-mail from the Financial Aid & Awards Office.

How to Apply:
Send your cover letter, CV, class schedule, and Work Study authorization (if available) to jobs@csu.qc.ca (do not send through Facebook). Please use “Advocate – Fall 2018” as the subject line of your email.

Station Manager at CJLO 1690 AM

0

CJLO is the campus/community radio station affiliated with Concordia University. 100% non-profit, and run almost entirely by volunteers,the station is located in the heart of the Loyola campus in the NDG borough of Montreal. CJLO is currently seeking a new Station Managerto guide, organize, and motivate our dedicated and independent volunteers and staff. The chosen candidate will help take CJLO to thenext level in its development and continued growth as one of North America’s most well respected campus and community radio stations. Responsibilities:

  • Act as the official spokesperson of CJLO to all internal and external bodies;
  • Maintain existing AM radio broadcasting operations while pursuing future broadcasting opportunities;
  • Manage, motivate, and guide all CJLO staff and departments;
  • Implement policies and procedures following CJLO, CRTC and CBSC guidelines;
  • Coordinate plans and guide activities of both short and long term nature;
  • Maintain and pursue existing and future university, community and business relationships;
  • Strive to build the CJLO brand while directing visibility, public relations, and marketing plans;
  • Oversee pursuit of funding opportunities through relevant grants, and advertising, fundraising and donation structures;
  • Fiscal planning and forecasting: prepare an annual budget and track all station spending and receipts;
  • Ensure the maintenance of all equipment and general station aesthetics

 Salary:

  • Based on qualifications and experience
  • minimum of 40 hours per week
  • 4 weeks paid vacation
  • Health & Dental Insurance (conditional)

 Application Deadline:Please send your curriculum vitae a cover letter by September 21st, 2018 at 5pm EDT to hr [at] cjlo.com CJLO 1690AM is committed to equity in its policies, practices, and programs, supports diversity in teaching, learning and work environments,and ensures that applications for members of underrepresented groups are seriously considered under its employment equity policy. Allqualified individuals who would contribute to the further diversification of our workplace are encouraged to apply.

CSU Off-Campus Housing and Job Resource Centre...

0

Are you interested in helping students to learn about and exercise their rights as tenants and employees? Then you should apply to work at the HOJO office! We are currently hiring students to help us get the word out in our office where we meet with students and provide one-on-one assistance, give workshops, table and create and share content on social media and on our websites.

Type of Position: permanent (part-time)
Salary/Hourly Rate: $18.20/hr, 8 to 15 hours per week
Deadline to Apply: 2018-09-19 at 5 PM

Description:

The HOJO Assistant helps students in finding available housing and provides job referral information. They also provide legal information regarding housing and job issues to students. They regularly communicate with landlords, employers and students regarding rental and employment regulations, and HOJO’s services. The HOJO Assistant will maintain or web content, social media and other office tasks required for the running of the HOJO office.

 

Essential Requirement(s)

- Excellent spoken and written English and functional spoken French

- Friendly, helpful and polite customer service, both in-office, on the phone and online

- Keen interest and understanding of Tenants and workers rights

- Comfortable with computers, including Mac and PC operating systems, Microsoft office (Work,

   Excel)

-  Being registered as a full-time student at Concordia;
 

Asset(s): 
-Knowledge of the Quebec Civil Code, particularly as it pertains to tenants rights
-Knowledge of working regulations in Quebec
-Knowledge of the Regie du logement, Commission des normes du travail, CSST, housing committees and tenants associations, advocacy groups, etc
-Previous experience in an office setting,
-Work with advocacy and/or non-profit organizations
-Non-judgmental and understanding attitude

Responsibilities:

The CSU Off-Campus Housing and Job Resource Centre (HOJO) assists the Concordia community with legal and general information and support in regards to housing and employment opportunities and issues. The Hojo Assistants provide information and support in regards to finding housing and employment and/or dealing with problems in either area. This person will speak with landlords, employers and students in person, over the phone and via email to give them information on rental and employment regulations, and will promote our service. The Hojo Assistant will assist student in searching for available housing and provide job referral information. They will also promote the service by speaking with the public during tabling, workshops and conference events. They will review online postings, register new users online, collect statistics on service usage, in addition to filing, updating files, answering email and phone calls and such tasks that are required for the running of the service.

Applications must include:
- Cover letter and C.V;
- Fall 2018 class schedule.

How to Apply:
Email your CV (DO NOT USE FACEBOOK), cover letter, and Fall 2018 class schedule to jobs@csu.qc.ca with the title "HOJO Assistant Fall 2018" by September 19th 2018 at 5 PM. Incomplete application and application that do not follow these steps will not be considered. Interviews will take place the week of September 24th.

Contact E-mail Address: hojo@csu.qc.ca
Contact Phone Number: 514-848-7474 x7935

* the Workstudy program allows full-time Concordia students to work on-campus part-time and is a service supported by the Financial Aid and Awards office. Visit http://www.concordia.ca/students/financial-support/work-study.html 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.