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The Hive is hiring an Events Coordinator!


Apply to be the new Hive Café Solidarity Cooperative Events Coordinator!Position: Hive Café Solidarity Cooperative Events CoordinatorHours: 9 administrative hours per weekLocation: SGW and Loyola Hive Café Co-op locationsDeadline to apply: December 5, 2017 at 10:00 AMSalary : 16.75$ / hourMission of Hive Café Solidarity Co-op:The mission of the Hive Cafe Solidarity Co-op is to be a model food system at Concordia University that provides food through sustainable practices and empowers the student community.Job Description:The Events Coordinator is responsible for the booking process and administration of all events occurring in both the SGW and Loyola Hive Café Cooperative Café spaces. This role includes coordinating and scheduling events at the Hive Cafe Co-op for student and community groups; receiving and processing all booking forms and event paperwork; submitting event paperwork form to approval with Concordia security; responding to emails and communicating in a timely manner, all while contributing the mission of the Hive Café Solidarity Cooperative.Booking Coordinator Responsibilities:-Check and respond to emails in a timely manner, usually within 24h from Monday to Friday.-Keep track of all events to ensure there are no double bookings in shared Google drive.-Ensure all required forms are signed and returned within university deadlines.-Forward all signed documents to Concordia Security's Event Analysis.-If the event is outside of the operational hours of the cafe the coordinator shall schedule a worker member to supervise the event at $15 per hour, in the case that no one is available the booking officer will take on the role of event supervisor, to be paid at $15 per hour-Maintain records of all events and deposit fees in accordance with Hive administrative guidelines.-Liaise with the Concordia Student Union, Security, Hospitality, and Environmental Health and Safety.-Post supervising opportunities minimum of 7 days in advance.-Help establish, document and update procedures related to space bookings.-Submit supervising hours to finance/administrative coordinator.-Submit hours and relevant items to finance/admin coordinator to create invoices for organizations/groups.-Create and upkeep a community calendar with all booked events.-Ensure that all bookings are covered under The Hive’s insurance or that the group has external insurance that covers the event.-Be informed on all required documentation for individual events including exceptional circumstances (ie food waivers, alcohol permits, minors...etc). -Generate quarterly Event reports for the Hive Café Co-operative Board of Directors, as well as an annual report for the Concordia Student Union.-Ensure that all applicable University event policies are followedJob Requirements:-Be self motivated -Have outstanding time management skills -Be well organized -Be detailed orientated spot inconsistencies in applications -Have good written and spoken English -Be aware of legalities and liabilities of space rental -Be aware of what our insurance covers -Be passionate about food, food sovereignty, and sustainability.-Be able to work as a team and liaise with other coordinators and workers members Assets (recommended, but not required):-Previous Event Coordination Experience -Knowledge of product quality and variety, health and safety regulations, storage, and labeling.-Bilingualism (French/English)-Knowledge of, or a certificate for, Hygiene and Food Safety training as defined by the Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation (MAPAQ).-Familiarity with cooperative and non-hierarchical business models-As a student-run co-op, we prioritize candidates be enrolled in a minimum of at least 1 class at Concordia University.Please send us your CV, cover letter, and 2 references to events.hivecafecoop [at] gmail.com by December 5th, 2017 at 10am, with the subject line "Events Coordinator Application".

Aging study in need of research assistants


Job descriptionWe are located in the Richard-J.-Renaud science complex (SP) building at the Loyola campus. We are currently seeking a highly motivated and friendly individual to travel to participants and administer questionnaires, record objective health measures, initiate and explain an activity monitor, and collect saliva and finger-prick blood samples. This position is for approximately 9 -12 months, approximately 20 hours per week with compensation of $20/hour. You will be primarily working with an older adult population, many of them old-old. ResponsibilitiesContact and schedule participants from an ongoing longitudinal studyTravel to participantsGuide them through paper and pencil questionnairesInstruct them on saliva collection procedureMake follow-up callsReturn to participant to pick up questionnaires, activity monitor, saliva samples, and collect height, weight, grip strength, and finger-prick blood samples (you will be trained) RequirementsEnglish and/or French speaking and reading, writing an asset but not necessaryDrivers license and car – you will be compensated for mileageFlexible, able to work independentlyGood organizational skills Description de l’emploi:Nous sommes situés au complexe des sciences Richard-J.-Renaud du campus Loyola. Nous cherchons actuellement une personne très motivée et sympathique afin de rendre visite aux participants d’une étude longitudinale en cours.  La personne sélectionnée aura la responsabilité d’administrer des questionnaires et d’expliquer comment utiliser un accéléromètre (pour mesurer la pratique de l’activité physique) aux participants de l’étude. De plus, elle devra recueillir des échantillons de salive et de sang en piquant le bout du doigt des participants. L’emploi, d’une durée approximative de 9 – 12 mois (enivrons 20 heures/semaine) est assorti d’un horaire souple et d’une rémunération de 20 $/heure. Vous allez travailler principalement avec des personnes âgées, dont plusieurs âgées de 80 ans et plus.  

Mapping Project Coordinator


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.

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.

Job Purpose Summary: Coordinate the deployment, analysis and result sharing of Gender, Sexualities and Learning Diversity survey at Concordia. This survey has already been written; the Coordinator would be responsible for the dissemination, analysis and presentation of the survey and its results. 


Key Responsibilities
•Promote participation in the survey with professors and teaching staff at Concordia
•Reach out to part time and full time faculty association for endorsement, support and participation
•Work with the promotion team to create the project image and promotion materials
•Administer and monitor the progress of the survey
•Analyze of survey results
•Prepare, promote and present final advisory report on survey results
•Create FAQ on the project results
•Reach out to media
•Keep track of budget and project hours


Shared tasks

All staff are expected to:
•Self-educate around the Centre’s Mandate and Vision 
•Respect their co-workers and foster a supportive environment that allows for each coordinator to carry out their jobs to the best of their abilities
•Seek feedback from other staff members, board members, and Centre volunteers on a regular basis
•Complete timesheets and staff reports regularly in a timely manner

Contract Duration: This is a temporary position with a 3-month probation period; the contract will run until the project is completed (scheduled for September 2018). 

Salary and Benefits: $19.48/hr for 10-20 hours/week (flexible scheduling according to periods of more or less work). Health benefits and 4 weeks annual vacation (pro-rated to the contract length) after the 3 month probation period.

Application Deadline: Please send cover letter and CV by November 27th, 5 PM to hiring[at]genderadvocacy.org with “Mapping Coordinator Application” in the subject line. Cover letters can be addressed to the Hiring Committee.

Expected Start Date: December 8, 2017 (negotiable)
2110 Rue Mackay
Montréal, QC H3G 2J1



Catering and Support Staff Needed


DUTIES INCLUDE (but not limited to):Reporting to the Assistant Director, the incumbent is asked to perform these tasks:• Assist the waitress in the kitchen during lunch and on breaks with EMBA students• Prepare rooms for events• Clean rooms after events and use• Keeping facilities clean and organized at all times• Shopping for various items for EMBA students• Occasional - moving some equipment and boxes• Provide support for Executive MBA support staff• Other duties as required by the staff for EMBA Program activitiesREQUIREMENTS• Must be able to work independently and in a team, strongly required• Hardworking and have good ethics• Reliable, punctual, clean and organized• Good organizational and communication skills• Bilingualism an asset, but not required• Related work experience• Available during academic termsSchedule: Fridays and Saturdays during the fall and winter semestersHours: ranges between 15 - 20 hours a weekThursdays (1 – 5 pm), Fridays to Saturdays (11:30 am to ~ 7:30 pm)

CSU Receptionist



- 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



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.