On Campus

Student Monitors


Concordia Continuing Education is seeking three (3) Concordia students for the position of student monitors. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Programs, Academic Coordinator and Program Activity Coordinator at the CCE, the monitors will promote and participate in social and cultural activities for students enrolled in the Intensive English as a Second Language Program, French language program and visiting groups at the Centre for Continuing Education. This position will begin in the 2017 fall term and extend across the academic year. Duties include: 

  • Attend training in working with international student population;
  • Attend new student orientations;
  • Monitor, plan and supervise weekly afternoon workshops, activities and outings;
  • Accompany students on socio-cultural outings on campus, locally and regionally;
  • Provide opportunities to students to explore the Concordia campus;
  • Facilitate language practice activities for students in French and English.

 Qualifications and Criteria for Selection: 

  • Successfully completed at least 2 years of an undergraduate program at Concordia;
  • Experience in organizing and implementing recreational activities and events;
  • Excellent communication skills in English and French;
  • Excellent time management and team work skills;
  • Interest in working with an international student population and/or previous experience in working with an ESL population an asset;
  • Sensitivity to working with diverse groups;
  • Monitors must have some weekday availability;
  • Must be available on Fridays; 
  • Must be available to accompany students on the whole school outing day.

 DURATION and REMUNERATION: $15/hour DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION Please submit a letter of application, which addresses all of the qualifications and criteria noted above and include a current curriculum vitae, to the Assistant Director of Programs, Sherry Blok at sherry.blok [at] concordia.ca by August 15, 2017. Include your course schedule to indicate your availability. 

Action Coordinator (Programming Lead and...

Employment Equity:
The Centre for Gender Advocacy is committed to employment equity as an ongoing process. Women, Indigenous peoples, members of racialized groups, people with disabilities, and members of other historically marginalized communities are encouraged to apply. When candidates do not differ significantly in merit, and one such candidate belongs to a historically marginalized group, Employment Equity requires that the member in this group will be selected. 


The Centre for Gender Advocacy recently underwent an accessibility audit. We are currently working on implementing the recommendations arising from the audit.
The Action Coordinator will work at the office located at 1500 de Maisonneuve W, Unit 404 (there is a second office at 2110 Mackay). There is a ramp outside leading to the front door, however most wheelchair users find it to be too steep to use (10.8% grade). Since we share the floor with a business, we have not been able to successfully create gender-neutral washrooms even temporarily during events. Space users are of course welcome to use whichever washroom they want, but we realize this is not the same as having washrooms that are actually gender-neutral.
For more accessibility information about the space, visit: http://genderadvocacy.org/accessibility/
About the Centre for Gender Advocacy:
The Centre for Gender Advocacy (the Centre) is an independent, student-funded, Concordia University organization, mandated to promoting gender equality and empowerment particularly as it relates to marginalized communities. This mandate is achieved through ongoing programming, campaigns, resources, services, advocacy and a commitment to accessibility.


The Centre is 
a collaborative work environment in which all core staff provide 
support for ongoing projects, and as such, while the candidate will 
be hired for the position of Action Coordinator, they are also 
expected to contribute to and participate in fulfilling all aspects of
 the Centre’s mandate.

This position is a job-share with the Action Coordinator (Programming Support) who will work 15 hrs/week. 

Tasks and Responsibilities include:

  • Take a lead in planning and organizing the Centre’s programming, beginning with the city-wide March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women on October 4th. Other programming may include talks, workshops, event series, and public actions.
  • Check-in on a regular basis with Action Coordinator (Programming Support) to ensure the smooth operation of the Centre’s programming
  • Work closely with the Outreach Coordinator, volunteers and other staff to ensure that events are well promoted
  • Work with staff, board, and other volunteers to implement the Centre’s campaigns, including but not limited to coordinating public education forums and other awarenessraising and lobbying strategies.
  • Liaise with the Administrative and Finance Coordinator to develop and maintain a programming budget.
  • Coordinate volunteers to help with logistical tasks
  • Organize volunteer appreciation events
  • Self-educate on issues of relevance to marginalized communities. 
  •  Liaise with student & community organizations to build alliances around common mandates pertaining to campaigns
  • Staff the 1500 de Maisonneuve office



(français plus bas)(**short version, please read full version at peoplespotato.com3 positions at 30-35 hours/week AND 2 positions at 15-20 hours/weekThe primary activity of the People’s Potato is to serve daily vegan lunch to about 400 people on the Concordia University SGW campus. The People’s Potato is an anti-capitalist, worker-run organization where decisions are made collectively. Collective members both guide and execute the vision of the organization.All individuals hired will cook, clean, and pick up food donations; many tasks require heavy lifting. Collective members will take on a variety of these 4-hour shifts each week (4-5 shifts for full-timers or 2-3 for part-timers) and will participate in committee work such as organizing workshops, coordinating volunteers, etc. Committee work will be determined based on the interests and skills of the new hire and on the Collective’s current needs.The People’s Potato commits itself to a non-tokenistic, socially conscious approach to hiring, which incorporates an awareness of, and a willingness to, compensate for systemic oppression. For more information see the full posting on our website.Submit both a cover letter and a C.V. by e-mail to: peoplespotato [at] gmail.com. Deadline is July 31, 2017 at 11:59pm. Only applicants accepted for interviews will be contacted. Interviews will take place week of August 7th. Position will begin Monday August 28th, 2017.**To see the full posting or for more information about the People’s Potato and to access our constitution, please refer to our website: peoplespotato.com ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////(**version courte, veuillez lire la version complète au peoplespotatofr.weebly.com)3 postes à 30-35 heures/semaine ET 2 postes à 15-20 heures/semaineL'activité principale consiste à servir chaque jour un repas végétalien à environ 400 personnes sur le campus de l'université Concordia University. La patate du peuple est un organisme anticapitaliste où les décisions sont prises collectivement par les membres travailleur-e-s. Les membres du collectif guident et exécutent la vision de l'organisation.Tous les individus embauchés vont cuisiner, nettoyer et collecter des dons. De nombreuses tâches nécessitent le besoin de soulever des lourdes charges. Les individus participeront à une variété de quarts de travail de 4 heures chaque semaine (4-5 quarts de travail pour les temps plein / 2-3 pour les temps partiel) et participeront aux travaux du comité, comme l'organisation d'ateliers, la coordination des bénévoles, etc. e travail sera déterminé en fonction des intérêts et des compétences et des besoins actuels du collectif.L'activité principale consiste à servir chaque jour un repas végétalien à environ 400 personnes sur le campus de l'université Concordia University. La patate du peuple est un organisme anticapitaliste où les décisions sont prises collectivement par les membres travailleur-e-s. Les membres du collectif guident et exécutent la vision de l'organisation.Tous les individus embauchés vont cuisiner, nettoyer et collecter des dons. De nombreuses tâches nécessitent le besoin de soulever des lourdes charges. Les individus participeront à une variété de quarts de travail de 4 heures chaque semaine (4-5 quarts de travail pour les temps plein / 2-3 pour les temps partiel) et participeront aux travaux du comité, comme l'organisation d'ateliers, la coordination des bénévoles, etc. e travail sera déterminé en fonction des intérêts et des compétences et des besoins actuels du collectif.Soumettre une lettre de motivation et une C.V. Par courrier électronique à: peoplespotato [at] gmail.com.Incluez "Demande d'emploi" dans l'entête du sujet.Le délai de dépôt des candidatures est le 31 juillet 2017 à 23h59.Seuls les candidats acceptés pour les entrevues seront contactés. Les entretiens auront lieu la semaine du 7 août et pourront être effectués via Skype ou par téléphone si nécessaire.Le poste commencera le lundi 28 août 2017.* Pour plus d'informations sur la patate du peuple et pour accéder à notre constitution, veuillez consulter notre site Web: peoplespotatofr.weebly.com 

HIRING - Education and Engagement Coordinator...

  • About Sustainable Concordia (SC):

We are an organization that builds and measures cultures and practices of sustainability at Concordia University in solidarity with the global community. We believe that fundamental changes need to be implemented. We assess and address challenges of the existing economy based on unlimited growth and exploitation of natural resources and the political system that excludes key stakeholders from participating in decision-making.By acting locally and networking globally, we achieve sustainability by exploring, creating, and institutionalizing models that function within the earth’s carrying capacity. We aim to enact an expanded political mission for the university, and redirect decision-making through a multi-stakeholder approach based on transparency and maximum participation.

  • Position Summary: 

The Education and Engagement Coordinator’s goal is to facilitate recruitment and engagement of interns and volunteers, and to develop and organise education-based events and resources in line with SC’s campaign goals (workshops, discussions, conferences, popular education). They will collaborate with other Coordinators on outreach initiatives, through online resources (social media, mailing list), as well as in-person outreach in the community and on campus. They will develop internship positions based on organisational needs, and integrate volunteers into campaign and educational activities and events. They will assist with internal operations such as goal/priority setting processes, visioning, budgeting, and developing and implementing SC’s action plans.

  • Task Descriptions:
  • Recruiting and supervising for internships and other volunteering needs
  • Training and empowering new interns and volunteers: intro to Sustainable Concordia’s values, mission and goals, and operational structure
  • Overseeing education-based research for current campaigns
  • Developing and disseminating educational campaign materials
  • Developing and organising workshops and educational events
  • Overseeing outreach, facilitation, and curriculum updates for bi-annual Organising Sustainability workshop series
  • Developing and organising large events – such as conferences – for current campaigns
  • Alongside the External Coordinator, performing outreach for Sustainable Concordia in-person and online
  • Organising and facilitating popular education initiatives, as needed
  • Managing Co-Curricular Record requests for interns and volunteers (hour tracking and transcript recognition)
  • Alongside Communications and Design Coordinator, developing content and strategies to contribute to Sustainable Concordia’s volunteer newsletter, and other ways to communicate campaign information and events to our community
  • Working closely with Social Media intern(s) to ensure campaign-based messaging and updates
  • Attending weekly Sustainable Concordia Coordinators Meetings
  • Working with a relevant committee which consists of coordinators, volunteers, and Members of the Board of Directors


  • Responsibilities Shared with Co-Coordinators: 

Representing Sustainable Concordia at University Sustainability Governance Framework Sub-committee meetings, meetings of collective community groups, and campus groups.

  • Employment Equity 

Sustainable Concordia acknowledges that our society does not value and respect all people equally. We value and are seeking applicants with different perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences to join our organization. We encourage applicants to highlight diverse experiences which are frequently unheard or undervalued in society and traditional job markets. This may include life, work, and/or volunteer experiences.Sustainable Concordia has an employment equity policy and encourages individuals with diverse experiences to apply. All applicants are considered under this policy, and candidates may be asked to share their understanding of marginalization as it relates to sustainability and personal experience.

Concordia Game Day Event and Facilities Staff


Game day event and facilities staff positionsWe are looking for customer service oriented individuals who are energetic, enthusiastic and want to be part of the Stingers event management team. Experience in playing or coaching sports is an asset.Available positions:

  • Game Security
  • Hockey Goal Judge
  • Promotions Crew
  • Mascot
  • Ticket Seller
  • Canteen
  • Scoreboard Operator
  • Scorekeeper
  • Building Security/Laundry Room Attendant*
  • Dome Staff
  • Maintenance

All positions are part-time and seasonalCandidates must be available and willing to work evenings and weekends, primarily Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Applicants must also be available for a mandatory staff meeting on August 21.Applicants must be bilingual and current Concordia students.All candidates must fill out an application form and submit a CV/résumé with their application: http://www.concordia.ca/campus-life/recreation/jobs.htmlApplications and CVs can be emailed to athletics.events [at] concordia.ca, faxed to 514-848-8637, or dropped off at Concordia’s Recreation and Athletics Department, 7200 Sherbrooke St. W.Applications will be accepted as of June 30. The deadline to apply is July 24.Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Finance Coordinator


The Concordia Community Solidarity Co-op Bookstore (CCSCB) is pleased to offer a viable alternative to the corporate structure, putting students’ best interests above and beyond our own bottom line. As a not-for-profit alternative to corporate bookstores, we are conveniently located right on Concordia’s downtown campus at 2150 Bishop. Offering both new and used books, in addition to a wide variety of artisan consignments, we also boast the largest selection of sex and gender studies titles anywhere in Montreal. Duration: One-year contract (renewable) Salary: 15$/hour (+benefits) Purpose: The Finance Coordinator contributes to the overall success of the organization by effectively managing all financial tasks for the organization Reports to: CCSCB Board of Directors and Full-Time Coordinator  Primary tasks and responsibilities include:  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Organize and maintain all financial documents including the general ledger, accounts payable/receivable
  • Oversee operations and ensure compliance with the Concordia University internal Banner accounts
  • Liaise with the Co-op’s accountant, Board Finance Committee, and Board Treasurer; Attend Finance Committee meetings
  • Prepare and maintain monthly cash flows, annual budgets and forecasts in consultation with the Finance Committee
  • Prepare monthly financial updates with Board Treasurer and Finance Committee to be presented at Board Meetings and at the Annual General Meeting
  • Coordinating year-end audit and inventory; Complete year-end transactions, reports, closing books and coordinating year-end audit and preparation of financial statements


  • Maintain financial accounting systems for cash management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit control, and petty cash
  • Reconcile bank accounts


  • Communicate with federal and provincial governments regarding financial matters including submitting government declarations and remittances


  • Oversee all payroll functions to ensure that employees are paid in a timely and accurate manner
  • Process source deductions on time
  • Issue annual T4s and RL1s


  • Presenting monthly staff reports to the Board of Directors
  • Presenting an end-of-year staff and financial reports to the membership at the AGM
  • Liaise with Concordia administrative bodies and services as appropriate


  • Maintain and develop office systems with other staff including archiving, filing, computer and communication systems


Service Desk Agent


IITS Service Desk is recruiting current students for part time work. Note: Applicants must be flexible to work weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. ScopeReporting to the IITS Service Desk Manager, the incumbent delivers first level user support services to address the specific requirements of the Concordia student and academic community. Primary Responsibilities·         Receive calls, e-mails, and walk-in support requests.  Analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve incidents and technical problems. Escalate to defined second level groups if necessary.·         Record and track all incidents and requests.  Manage the request life-cycle, closing incidents and notifying customers.·         Provide wireless configuration support.·         Oversee IITS computer lab facilities, escalate service requests as needed.