Marketing Director

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Description

Reporting to and under the direction of the Student Life Coordinator, the Marketing Director works with the Social Media Director to promote and effectively communicate CSU events, campaigns, meetings, elections and any other activities that the Executive want to promote or advertise. The Marketing Director will primarily achieve these goals by managing the email newsletter, the website, and physical posters. The Marketing Director will work with the Graphic Designers under the Student Life Coordinator to make the website, newsletter and posters physically attractive.

The Marketing Director will be responsible for the following:

Newsletter

-        Utilizing and updating the CSU newsletter on a consistent basis to reach undergraduate students through the email list.

-        Collaborating with executives and the Campaigns team to ensure that all projects are communicated efficiently and kept current & pertinent.

On-Campus Communications

-        In cooperation with the Campaigns team, distributing physical posters and leaflets around campus.

-        Organizing classroom announcements with the Executive.

Media

-        In cooperation with the Executive team, optimize media and press coverage when necessary with the appropriate media distribution entities

CSU Graphic Design team

-        Work in close cooperation with the design team to ensure optimal visual and effective communication

-     Creating and maintaining a media list for CSU press releases.

Other Duties

-        In cooperation with executives, develop and implement a comprehensive communications strategy for the CSU.

-        Work with the services to develop effective communications/outreach initiatives.

-        Communicating and collaborating with the CSU executive and campaigns team to ensure all CSU projects and services are given adequate advertisement around campus.

-        Monthly reports to executives on activities and initiatives

-        Perform other related duties relative to the communication's position

 

Social Media Director

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Reporting to and under the direction of the Student Life Coordinator, the Social Media Director works with the Marketing Director to promote and effectively communicate CSU events, campaigns, meetings, elections and any other activities that the Executive want to promote or advertise. The Social Media Director will primarily achieve these goals by managing social media pages and attending CSU events to take pictures and video.

The Social Media Director will be responsible for the following:

Social Media Management

-        Managing the content on the, but not limited to, CSU Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts

-        Answering messages sent to the CSU social media account and forwarding the information to the executive as necessary

-        Strategizing and optimizing social media presence

-        Creating a social media schedule, routine, and voice that encourages engagement with CSU social media

-     Attending CSU events, workshops, services to take pictures and videos to upload to Social Medias

-     Engage with students for in person interviews at events and talk with students to promote the CSU

Video Production

-        Organizing the production of video content for the CSU

CSU Graphic Design team

-        Work in close cooperation with the design team to ensure optimal visual and effective communication.

Other Duties

-     In cooperation with executives, develop and implement a comprehensive communications strategy for the CSU.     

-     Communicating and collaborating with the CSU executive and campaigns team to ensure all CSU projects and services are given adequate advertisement around campus.

-        Monthly reports to executives on activities and initiatives

-        Perform other related duties relative to the Social Media Directors position

NDG Vendôme métro

$525
525.00

new construction building;  5 min walk or bus to metro "Vendome".Convient location to downtown or Loyola campus.Fully furnished shared open concept living space; includes one full bathroom ,washer/dryer, fully equipped kitchen with dish-washer and microwave.1 Furnished bedroom electric baseboard thermostat controlled; includes lamp, desk and chest chest of drawers. Premises not to be used for parties. No Smoking anywhere on the premises.Please contact Inez directly at  sinkor88 [at] gmail.com

Hiring: CEO - The Sustainability Action Fund

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Deadline to Apply-October 18th, 2019 at 11:59 PM. Please submit a cover letter, CV in one PDF file to Mark Underwood at ceo [at] safconcordia.ca. Interviews will happen from October 21st to October 25th. Applicants will be selected using pre-established criteria set by our Board of Directors Human Resources Committee.Ideal TimelineApplication submission deadline: October 18th, 2019First round of interviews: October 21st, 2019Decision made: October 25th– October 28thStart Date: ASAPTraining: Through to November 7thContract Term3-year contract with an evaluation each year which determines contract renewal and salary increase.Hours and Remuneration:35 hours per week with a flexible schedule. An annual salary of $36, 000-$38,000, based on qualifications and experience. Vacation starts at 6%.About the Sustainability Action FundThe Sustainability Action Fund (SAF) is financed by a 25-cent per-credit undergraduate student fee-levy, and a $1.25 per term graduate student fee levy. This fee-levy equals approximately $210,000 per year. Our fund exists to support Concordia student-led projects concerning environmental and/or social justice issues such as;  building sustainable infrastructure, promoting urban agriculture, strengthening community, and education surrounding environmental and community issues, with the goal of developing a culture of sustainability at Concordia University.OVERALL CEO OBJECTIVESThe general duties of the Chief Executive Officer is to manage all programs, activities and personnel of the Sustainability Action Fund under the supervision of the Board of Directors. Additionally, the Chief Executive Officer shall also be responsible for implementing and supervising programs and activities and ensuring the financial stability of the Sustainability Action Fund. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Lead the development and execution of the organization’s mission and long-term strategy. 
    • Develop, re-visit and communicate SAF’s Strategic Directions in close collaboration with the team and board of directors
    • Develop an annual work plan aligned with the organization’s strategic directions, goals, and objectives
    • Oversee the flow of funds to ensure steady progress toward strategic goals and achievement of the mission
  • Administer major personnel, internal and external programs, policy and procedure development
    • Foster an atmosphere of collaboration, empowerment, teamwork, and continuous learning within the organization
    • Manage and coordinate SAF’s internal projects and events
    • Oversee and coordinate SAF’s monthly funding cycle
    • Organize the recruitment, orientation, and general functioning of the Board of Directors including monthly meetings and committee work
    • Lead the development of HR and Governance policies and procedures
    • Develop effective internal controls and management systems for the day-to-day operations of the fund
  • Serve as the chief spokesperson for the organization and ensure proper representation of its various constituencies.
    • Represent the organization by participating in key associations, hubs, and advisory groups
    • Participate in committees of the Sustainability Governance Framework to integrate sustainability in the university’s operations, research, teaching and engagement strategies
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships and partnerships with the university administration, faculty members, policymakers, media, and professional/community organizations involved in sustainability. 
  • In collaboration with the Project Coordinator, support project teams by coaching and providing feedback on applications. Act as a mentor for various groups coordinating sustainability projects at Concordia

 

Delivery Driver for Montreal Startup !

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As a BoxKnight Driver, your main responsibility will be to make deliveries to our customers, represent the brand and culture of BoxKnight, and create an exceptional customer experience in every delivery. Deliveries take place between 10am-10pm, and you'll be able to create your own schedule every week!We pay $15/hour + $0.30/km when making deliveries!To become a BoxKnight Driver, you must complete a super simple process called the Driver Certification. This will allow you to learn all about BoxKnight and what is involved in being an Independent Contractor making deliveries for BoxKnight. The whole thing will take about 20 minutes, and then you’ll be a step closer to working when you want, and how you want!Follow the link below to complete your Certification and start making deliveries!https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSde-ac1GL8kPOkcebD5Vge9X3cbwP2G...

ENSEIGNANTES OU ENSEIGNANTS POUR LA LISTE DE...

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Enseignantes ou ensignantsPour la liste e suppléance - Banque de candiatures212.15 per day

Sublet OCTOBER + NOVEMBER flexible Frontenac Metro

$910
910.00
My partner and I just signed a lease transfer on this beautiful 4 1/2 apartment in Centre-Sud (on the border of the East Plateau and the Village) for October 1st, but we need a little time to move out of our current places, so we're looking for someone to sublet for 2-4 months.
Walking distance to Frontenac metro, right beside the 24 bus, and Parc Lafontaine
Can come with a bed and kitchen wares and a couple other other furniture pieces or unfurnished, as needed!
Can have MAX 1 CAT (this is written in the lease).
Ideally you would want to live here for October and November, but we're flexible up until February.
PM me for questions!

 

Work for Pay on Election Day

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Work at an election booth on election day.Earn from around $240 to $320, depending on the position, for a 13 hour day and the training session.

Roommate wanted for January 2020 to April 2020

$620
620.00

Looking for a roommate to sub-lease a bedroom from January 1, 2020 to April 30, 2020. The apartment has 3 bedrooms, where one room is used as a guest bedroom for friends/visitors. There is currently one 23 female student living in the apartment. The apartment is fully furnished with laundry in the basement. The apartment is situated on the edge of Westmount and NDG. The apartment is a 5 minute walk to vendome metro and a 2 minute walk from the 105, 63, 124, 102, 24 and 71 buses. It is a 15 minute metro ride downtown and a 15 minute bus ride to Loyola Campus. There are multiple stores and restaurants that surround the apartment and 2 groceries are within walking distance.

Beautiful Lachine 8 1/2

$1 500
1 500.00

Comes with stove, fridge, dishwasher as well as a backyard, shed, and private parking space in the backyard. One bus away (90) from Loyola campus and Vendome or Atwater metro stations. Perfect for 2-3 students or more depending on sleeping arrangements.No smokin permitted

Looking for roommates/room

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Hi! We are two sisters studying at Concordia and we are looking for a spacious private room to rent for at least 2 semesters (1 year lease could be discussed). We would like to be near the Loyola campus but anywhere near the metro’s green line would be ok as well. We are calm, respectful and organized, and we would like to meet people who are like that too.
If you are already interested in an apartment but need roommates to share the lease, please contact us and we would be happy to meet.

To reach us, please send an email or an iMessage (I have a limited text plan, so please don’t text). You can also call between 9am and 10pm.

Babysitter, childcare

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Seeking an experienced, reliable babysitter who is caring, responsible, and fun with good initiative and creativity for our two girls who are 11 and 7 years old. We are in Montreal West, 5 minutes from the Loyola Campus. Responsibilities include, collecting one child from school and take the bus, of course lots of playing (activities indoor and outdoor, sports, imaginative play, music, arts, crafts, etc), reading, help with homework, light housekeeping/tidying. 1-2 evenings/week (after school beginning around 5.30/ 6pm) and weekend availability throughout the school year. Candidates staying in Montreal and interested in employment for more than one school year will be considered first. If this sounds like a good fit, please call or send an email with your interest, experience and references to Lorraine.

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