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Paid research participation: Seeking drivers...

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Hey! The Douglas Driving Lab is seeking participants aged 21 to 25 with a valid driver's licence for a study on the influence of relaxation techniques on driving behaviour. Participants will receive $60 compensation after attending two lab sessions lasting about 1 to 1.5 hours each.Please fill out the following form to sign up for the study:http://bit.ly/drive_eligibility

Daycamp Summer Counsellor

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Supercamp is a day camp located in Ville St.Laurent, on the Vanier College campus. We welcome about 350 campers and leaders each week, allowing them the opportunity to try new things, discover new passions and develop new skills. Come and join our staff of 70 counsellors and specialists!Main duties as a camp counsellorAnimate groups of children and ensure their safety. Create and organize different activities and follow the program set forth by the administration of the camp. Collaborate in the preparation of themes and camp assemblies. Occasional animation of extended supervision hours. Conditions :

  • Length of employment: 8 weeks, from June 22nd to August 14th, 2020. Be available for training in May and June (approx. 50 hours).
  • Salary : $13.00/h
  • Hours : 40 hrs/ week

Consult our website, www.supercamp.ca, for more information on our camp and the programs we are offering.Job Types: Full-time, Contract

Daycamp Summer Lifeguard

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Supercampis a day camp located in Ville St.Laurent, on the Vanier College campus. We welcome about 350 campers and leaders each week, allowing them the opportunity to try new things, discover new passions and develop new skills. Come and join our staff of 80 animators, instructors and counsellors!Main duties as Lifeguard

  • Watch the children at the swimming pool to insure security and prevent accidents.
  • Assure the children respect the rules in place at the pool, assure the discipline and make sure everything is in order.
  • Help the children in difficulty and dispense first aid. Animate aquatic games sessions.
  • Give swimming lessons.
  • Tidy the equipment after use.
  • Cleaning the showers, locker rooms and bathrooms.

 Conditions :

  • Length of employment: 8 weeks, from June 22nd to August 14th, 2020.
  • Be available for training in May and June (approx. 50 hrs)
  • Salary : $15.00/hr.
  • Hours : 25-30 hrs/ weeks.

CommunicationSend your C.V. and letter of intent specifying the position for which you are applying, with attention to: Eric CzernieckiJob Type: Contract

QPIRG Concordia is hiring a Community Archive...

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★ COMMUNITY ARCHIVE COORDINATOR ★WORK STUDY PROJECT NUMBER: C 30416-33You must be an Concordia, out of province student approved for work study.JOB DESCRIPTION:The Community Archive Coordinator will be responsible for QPIRG Concordia’s Grassroots Resistance Archive, an archive of posters, pamphlets and publications, as well as banners, buttons and other materials. The archive includes a physical and virtual component. The Community Archive 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, expansion and outreach of the Grassroots Resistance Archive.-> The online version of the Grassroots Resistance Archive is linked here: http://qpirgconcordia.org/posterarchiveDUTIES:- Work with QPIRG staff and volunteers to identify improving and promoting the Grassroots Resistance Archive- Develop strategies to publicize the Grassroots Resistance Archive to Concordia students and the broader community- Scan, digitize and catalogue archival materials (including posters, pamphlets and publications);- Update and improve the online archive;- Organize and maintain the physical archive;- Update and improve the website, including database and graphic design;- Promote the Grassroots Resistance Archive through outreach materials as well as at least one public event;- Incorporate archival materials from QPIRG Concordia working groups and community organizations into the archive;- Submit a final report detailing work completed to the board of directors at the end of the work study period.     DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: January 19th, 2020, 11:59pmELIGIBILITY DETAILS: Please note that these position are open to Concordia students (undergraduate or graduate) approved for work study positions. For more information about the work study program, and your potential eligibility, visit: http://faao.concordia.ca/workstudy/DURATION: All positions are from January- April 2020, with the possibility of renewal for future semester, if continued workstudy funding is approved.TO APPLY:Please send a CV, cover letter and clear indication of your work study eligibility to hiring [at] qpirgconcordia.org with the name of the position you wish to apply to in the subject line OR drop off a CV, cover letter and indication of work study eligibility at our office (please leave in our mailbox slot). If you have any questions, including about salary, you can email us at hiring [at] qpirgconcordia.org. Please note that only applicants who are short-listed for interviews will be contacted by the hiring committee.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.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

Daycamp Ski Counsellor for March Break

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Main Animation TasksAnimate groups of children and ensure their safety during the week and on the Mount Avila slopes.Occasional animation during our Extended Supervision Hours service. Conditions :

  • Duration of employment: 1 week, March 2nd to 6th, 2020.
  • Hours: 40 hours/week
  • Possibility of contract renewal for 7 weeks during summer 2020

Job Type: Contract

Daycamp Health & Safety Coordinator

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Resource person for all campers' health and safety matters. Also assists in animation and supervision tasks at camp.A day as the H&S Coordinator:- 55% Health & Safety-related tasks,- 25% animation-related tasks,- 15% staff supervision and management,- 5% behavioral & intervention tasks and others.Main Tasks:- Administer first aid,- Call and communicate with parent, if necessary, in regards to health & safety matters,- Be responsible of all first aid kits and first aid inventory,- Supervise counsellors,- Create and organize a reward system for camp personnel,- Create and organize socializing and bonding staff activities to enhance personnel cohesion,- Help to elaborate and organize camp celebrations and themed events,- Prepare and animate weekly informational meetings for the animation personnel on health and safety matters.Conditions:- Start of contract : February 10th 2020,- 100 hours on a flexible schedule from February to June 2020,- Approximately 40 hours/week, Monday to Friday, for 8 weeks (June 22nd to August 14 2020 inclusively),- Salary: Variable according to experienceJob Type: Contract

Daycamp Animation Coordinator

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Resource person for all camp animations matters. Also, participates in Health & Safety tasks as well as in camp supervision.A day as the Animation Coordinator:- 70% animation-related tasks,- 15% intervention/behavioral-and health & safety tasks,- 15% staff supervision.Main Tasks:- Organize Friday Celebrations,- Create, organize and supervise Monday and Friday shows each week,- Create, organize and supervise all weekly themes and themed activities,- Communicate all information on the themes and animations to the counsellors,- Establish, organize and animate a reward system linked to the themes for the campers in order to promote participation, respect and cooperation,- Help create and organize a reward system and socializing/bonding activities to enhance staff cohesion,- Prepare and animate weekly informational meetings with counsellors on animation matters.Conditions:- Start of employment: February 10th 2020- 100 hours on a flexible schedule from February to June 2020- 40hrs/week, Monday to Friday, for 8 weeks (June 22nd to August 14th 2020)- Salary: 15$/hr minimum, depending on experience.Job Type: Contract

 QPIRG Concordia is Hiring a Social Justice...

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 ★ SOCIAL JUSTICE OUTREACH COORDINATOR ★WORK STUDY PROJECT NUMBER: Q 30415-33You must be an QUEBEC student approved for work study.JOB DESCRIPTION: The social justice outreach coordinator will work alongside the staff of QPIRG Concordia. This position will concentrate on the promotion of QPIRG events and projects to the campus and the wider community. This position will also include updating and designing promotional materials and managing social media accounts. DUTIES: -Promote QPIRG events and activities (including working groups)-Postering for upcoming events-Classroom announcements-Flyering (such as at Cinema Politica, People's Potato, elsewhere)-Social media outreach (facebook, instagram)-Attend planning meetings for QPIRG initiatives and events-Designing posters and flyers for QPIRG events-Liaising with other campus organizations and groups about community-based social justice research-Encouraging other student and community members to volunteer at QPIRG, in coordination with QPIRG staff  DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: January 19th, 2020, 11:59pmELIGIBILITY DETAILS: Please note that these position are open to Concordia students (undergraduate or graduate) approved for work study positions. For more information about the work study program, and your potential eligibility, visit: http://faao.concordia.ca/workstudy/DURATION: All positions are from January- April 2020, with the possibility of renewal for future semester, if continued workstudy funding is approved.TO APPLY:Please send a CV, cover letter and clear indication of your work study eligibility to hiring [at] qpirgconcordia.org with the name of the position you wish to apply to in the subject line OR drop off a CV, cover letter and indication of work study eligibility at our office (please leave in our mailbox slot). If you have any questions, including about salary, you can email us at hiring [at] qpirgconcordia.org. Please note that only applicants who are short-listed for interviews will be contacted by the hiring committee.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.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 

Daycamp Head Lifeguard

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Supercamp is a day camp located in Ville St.Laurent, on the Vanier College campus. We welcome about 350 campers and leaders each week, allowing them the opportunity to try new things, discover new passions and develop new skills. Come and join our staff of 65 animators and instructors!Main duties as Head Lifeguard

  • Managing a team of lifeguards
  • Creating weekly schedules for the lifeguards.
  • Watch children at the swimming pool to insure security and prevent accidents.
  • Assure children respect the rules in place at the pool, assure the discipline and make sure everything is in order.
  • Help children in difficulty and dispense first aid.
  • Give swimming lessons.
  • Tidy the equipment after use.
  • Cleaning the showers, locker rooms and bathrooms.

 Conditions :

  • Length of employment: 8 weeks, from June 22nd to August 14th, 2020.Be available for training in May and June (approx. 50 hours).
  • Hours : 40 hrs/ weeks.

Job Type: Contract

Laundry Coordinator

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Laundry Coordinator  The Summer Operations Team is essential to delivering a great experience to our 6,000+ guests every summer. The Laundry Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that all hotel linens are cleaned to the required standards and ready for use as required.General requirements of the role:

  • 40 hours work per week including weekend shifts. 
  • You must be available May 4 to August 27 
  • It is not possible to take vacation time during the employment period.
  • You must be available to work the weekends of 11 to 14 June and 31 July to 2 August, no exceptions.

Click here to find out more and apply today!Laundry Coordinator Application Form 

Operations Assistant

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Operations Assistant The Operations Assistant will work closely with the Summer Accommodation Manager to ensure the smooth running of daily hotel operations. This is an active, hands-on role for a reliable team player, which combines organizational and management abilities with physically demanding work. It is at times a high pressure environment, with deadlines to meet and will sometimes require the need to work additional hours over and above those scheduled. Although this is a seasonal job it offers scope to expand the stated responsibilities and gain excellent wide-ranging experience in the hospitality industry.General requirements of the role:

  • 40 hours work per week, additional hours may be required at busy periods.
  • You must be available May 4 to August 27.
  • It is not possible to take vacation time during the employment period.
  • You must be available to work the weekends of 11 to 14 June and 31 July to 2 August, no exceptions.

Click here to find out more and apply today!Operations Assistant Application Form 

Operations Team Members

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Operations Team Members The Summer Operations Team is essential to delivering a great experience to our 6,000+ guests every summer. Team members are responsible for ensuring that rooms are prepared to the highest standards, meeting our guests’ needs and ensuring they have the most enjoyable stay possible.General requirements of the role:

  • 30 to 40 hours work per week including early morning, late evening and weekend shifts. Additional hours may be required at busy periods.
  • You must be available May 4 to August 27 (earlier end date possible for RA training).
  • It is not possible to take vacation time during the employment period.You must be available to work the weekends of 11 to 14 June and 31 July to 2 August, no exceptions.
  • You must be bilingual English/French.

Click here to find out more and apply today! Operations Team Member Application Form 

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