NDG - Loyola Campus Mayfair Studio Basement

$550
550.00

Studio 1 1/2 walking distance to Loyola Campus.Large room, galley kitchen and bathroom. Equipped with all appliances. Clean and quiet neighbourhood. Close to the 51 and 102 buslines and to the concordia shuttle bus. 

Now Hiring! Graphic Designer and Web...

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<<FR ci-dessous>>ART MATTERS IS HIRING!ONE GRAPHIC DESIGNER + ONE WEB PROGRAMMER, please see below:About Art MattersArt matters is North America’s largest student run Fine Arts festival that takes place every year inMarch. Since 2000, Art Matters hosts exhibitions and events across Montreal creating platforms andopportunities for undergraduate artists studying at the University. Art Matters is looking to engage agraphic designer and web programmer to begin work on the 2020 festival.HIRING - GRAPHIC DESIGNEREligibility-Candidates must be registered undergraduate students at Concordia University, with InternationalStudents remaining eligible.-Candidates must possess experience with or extensive knowledge of the Art Matters Festival.-Candidates must possess a strong command of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator-Candidates must be able to dedicate approximately 5 hrs/week from July 2019-March 2020, asidefrom an intensive period in December 2019 and January 2020, of up to 15 hrs/week, at which timethe festival catalogueis developed.-Experience in the design of a publication is an asset-Experience with web design is not required, but is considered an assetCompensation and Support-the graphic designer is paid in four increments over the contract’s duration, in a projected total of a$4250 honorarium.-the graphic designer is unfortunately not provided office space nor software-the graphic designer is offered Google Drive storage and ongoing communication with the festival’scoordinating team-the graphic designer will be invited to participate in workshops, events, and summits with otherteam membersDescription-the contract of this position extends from July 2019-April 2020.-the graphic designer will develop aesthetic proposals for the festival over the course of Summer2019, entailing proposals, palettes, and some design mockups, that may or may not build off of the festival’s current visual identity-the graphic designer will develop 1-2 posters per month from September 2019-April 2020 andcorresponding social media banners-the graphic designer will propose and design the annual exhibition catalogue of the festival inDecember 2019 to January 2020, with the assistance of an Editor-the graphic designer will develop informative pamphlets and some merchandise throughout the year-the graphic designer will create a large scale poster template to be used by various curators of theArt Matters Festival-the graphic designer will respect deadlines, communicate reliably, and participate in occasionalgroup meetings with the festival team-the graphic designer will communicate with the web programmer to provide some images andcreative input as the website is updated through the yearHIRING - WEB PROGRAMMEREligibility-Candidates need not be current students at Concordia University, though such candidates may beprioritized-Candidates should have experience with either CMS websites (e.g. Wordpress) or server-sidelanguage, or HTML/CSS/Javascript-Candidates should expect to dedicate 5-10hrs/week or 10-20hrs/week (depending on their level ofexperience) from July 2019-October 2019, and be available for up to5-10hrs/month from November 2019-April 2020 (depending on their level of experience).-Experience with graphic design or visual arts is an assetCompensation and Support-Candidates will receive a $1000 honorarium in November 2019 following the successful completionof the website’s redesign, as well as two additional honorariums of $250 in February and April 2020,for a total honorarium of $1500.-Candidates will unfortunately not be provided office space, equipment, nor software-Candidates will be supported by the ongoing communication of the festival’s outreach coordinatorand graphic designer, including the availability of images, text,and designs to be featured on thewebsite-the web programmer will be invited to participate in workshops, events, and summits with otherteam membersDescription-the contract of this position extends from July 2019-April 2020, with the majority of the work completed in Summer 2019 and compensated in Fall 2019.-the web programmer may redesign the current Art Matters website into a CMS structured website(e.g. Wordpress) that will permit the festival’s coordinators easy access to updating and managingthe website.-the web programmer will make creative decisions reflecting the visual identity of Art Matters inredesigning the website within the framework of a template or theme-the web programmer will assist the festival’s coordinators in the design of two application interfaces,using previous interfaces as models How to applyPlease attach the following documents in PDF format prior to midnight June 24thto an email application sent to submissions [at] artmattersfestival.org, addressed to Jonathan Stern(Art Matters Outreach Coordinator). Subject line should state the position you’re applying to e.g.“Web Programmer Application.”1. COVER LETTER: approximately one-page outlining interest in respective position, experienceand knowledge relevant to position, and any experience relevant to Art Matters. Please includewhether you are available July 4th- 5thfor an interview in Montreal, or if other arrangements (e.g. Skype) are necessary.2. CV: a CV outlining work experience3. PREVIOUS WORK: ● For Web Programmers: a PDF containing links of any previously designed websites● For Graphic Designers: 10-15 pages showcasing relevant work (e.g. publications,posters, typefaces, etc.) -All candidates, whether to be interviewed or not, will be contacted prior to June 29th after theirapplications have been reviewed by the festival coordinators-Art Matters recognizes and welcomes the unique contributions that individuals from marginalizedand oppressed communities bring to our organization, and invites these individuals to apply. Weencourage applicants to describe the unique contributions they, as individuals with diverseexperiences, would bring to Art Matters in their cover letter. Please indicate clearly in your coverletter if you would like to be considered for Employment Equity. Further questions: info [at] artmattersfestival.orgLearn more about Art Matters: www.artmattersfestival.orgSave the date with Facebook >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>ART MATTERS EMBAUCHE !UN(E) DESIGNEUR(E) GRAPHIQUE + UN(E) WEB PROGRAMMER, Précisionsci-dessous :À propos de Art MattersArt matters est le plus grand festival d’art d’Amérique du Nord qui soit organisé par des étudiant.e.s.Il prend place chaque année en mars. Depuis l’an 2000, Art Matters accueille expositions etévènements partout à travers Montréal, créant des plateformes et des opportunités pour lesétudiant.e.s au baccalauréat résidents de la ville. Le festival est couramment à la recherche d’un.edesigneur.e graphique et d’un.e programmeur.se web pour commencer l’organisation des festivitésde 2020. NOUS EMBAUCHONS – UN(E) DESIGNEUR(E) GRAPHIQUECritères d’éligibilité- être inscrit(e) comme étudiant(e) au baccalauréat à l’Université Concordia. Les étudiant(e)sinternationaux sont aussi éligibles- posséder une expérience ou une bonne connaissance du Festival Art Matters- Les candidat(e)s doivent posséder une forte maîtrise d'Adobe Photoshop et Illustrator- Les candidat(e)s doivent être en mesure de consacrer environ 5 heures / semaine à partirde Juillet 2019-Mars 2020, à partir d'une période intensive en Decembre et Janvier 2020, àpartir de 15 heures / semaine. À ce moment, le catalogue du festival est conçu.- l’expérience dans la conception d'une publication est un atout- l’expérience avec la conception web n'est pas requise, mais est considérée comme un atoutCompensation et support-le designeur(e) graphique est rémunéré par échelons sur la durée du contrat, pour un total de$4250-Candidats ne seront malheureusement pas fournis espace de bureau, équipement, ni logiciel -Le designeur(e) graphique dispose d'un espace de stockage Google Drive et d'unecommunication permanente avec l'équipe de coordination du festival-Le designeur(e) graphique sera invité à participer à des ateliers, des événements et dessommets avec d'autres membres de l'équipe Description-le contrat de cette position s'étend de juillet 2019 à avril 2020.-le designeur(e) graphique est rémunéré.e par échelons sur la durée du contrat, pour un total de$4250 développera des propositions esthétiques pour le festival sur la course de l'été 2019,comportant des propositions, des palettes, et quelques maquettes de design, qui peuvent ounon être construites à partir de l'identité visuelle actuelle du festival-le graphiste développera 1-2 affiches par mois de septembre 2019 à avril 2020 et les bannièresde médias sociaux correspondantes-le designeur(e) graphique proposera et concevra le catalogue annuel des expositions dufestival en decembre et janvier 2020, avec l'aide d'un éditeur-le designeur(e) graphique développera des brochures informatives et des marchandises toutau long de l'année-le designeur(e) graphique créera un gabarit d'affiche à grande échelle qui sera utilisé par diversconservateurs du Art Matters Festival-le designeur(e) graphique respectera les délais, communiquera avec vous et participera auxrencontres de groupe occasionnelles avec l'équipe du festival-Le designeur(e) graphique communiquera avec le Web Programmer pour fournir des images etdes suggestions créatives pour le site Web est mis à jour au cours de l'année NOUS EMBAUCHONS – UN(E) WEB PROGRAMMER Critères d’éligibilité- Candidats n'ont pas besoin d'être des étudiants actuels à l'Université Concordia, même si cescandidats peuvent être prioritaires-Candidats doivent avoir de l'expérience avec les sites Web de CMS (par exemple Wordpress)ou le langage côté serveur, ou HTML / CSS / Javascript-Candidats devraient s'attendre à consacrer 5-10hrs / week ou 10-20hrs / week (selon leurniveau d'expérience) de Juillet 2019 à Octobre 2019, et être disponible jusqu'à concurrence de5-10hrs / mois de novembre 2019 à avril 2020 (selon leur niveau d'expérience).-Expérience en design graphique ou en arts visuels est un atoutCompensation et support-Candidats recevront des honoraires de $1000 en novembre 2019 suite à la refonte réussie dusite Web, ainsi que deux honoraires supplémentaires de $250 en février et avril 2020, pour untotal de $1500.-Candidats ne seront malheureusement pas fournis espace de bureau, équipement, ni logiciel-Candidats seront soutenus par la communication continue du coordonnateur de lasensibilisation et du graphiste du festival, y compris la disponibilité des images, du texte et desdessins qui seront présentés sur le site Web-Le programmeur Web sera invité à participer à des ateliers, événements et sommets avecd'autres membres de l'équipeDescription-le contrat de ce poste s'étend de juillet 2019 à avril 2020, la majeure partie du travail étantterminée à l'été 20187 et compensée à l'automne 2019.-le programmeur Web remodèlera le site web d'Art Matters en un site web structuré CMS (parexemple Wordpress) qui permettra aux coordinateurs du festival d'accéder facilement à la miseà jour et à la gestion le site Web.-le programmeur web prendra des décisions créatives reflétant l'identité visuelle d'Art Mattersdans la refonte du site web dans le cadre d'un modèle ou d'un thème-le programmeur web assistera les coordinateurs du festival dans la conception de deuxinterfaces d'application, en utilisant les interfaces précédentes comme modèles-le programmeur Web saisira les images et le texte du festival 2019 dans les archives Web ArtMatters existantes Comment postuler? Veuillez joindre les documents suivant en format PDF avant le 24 Juin à minuit dans un courrielde candidature à info [at] artmattersfestival.orgadressé à Jonathan Stern(Coordonnatrice de Diffusion Art Matters) Spécifiez le poste pourlequel vous postulez dans le sujet du courriel (par exemple, « Candidature Web Programmer»).”1.LETTRE DE CANDIDATURE :Sur environ une page, cette lettre résume votre intérêt pour la position choisie, vos expérienceset connaissances en lien avec ce poste ainsi que toutes expériences pertinentes dans le cadrede Art Matters. Merci de préciser si vous êtes disponible le 4-5 Juillet pour un entretien àMontréal ou si vous êtes joignable d’une autre manière (par exemple avec Skype)2. CV : un CV résumant vos expériences de travail.3. TRAVAIL PRÉCÉDENT:● Pour les Web Programmers: un fichier PDF contenant des liens de tous les sites Webprécédemment conçus● Pour les designeur(e) graphique: 10-15 pages présentant un travail pertinent (parexemple, publications, affiches, polices de caractères, etc.)-Tous les candidats, qu’ils soient retenus ou non, seront contactés avant le 29 Juin, unefois leur application examinée par les coordonnateurs et coordonnatrices du festival-Art Matters reconnaît et accueille les contributions uniques que des individus de communautésmarginalisées et opprimées apportent à notre organisation et encourage ces individus àappliquer. Dans leur lettre de candidature, les candidats sont invités à décrire leur contributionparticulière à Art Matters en tant qu’individus d’expérience diversifiée. Veuillez indiquerexplicitement dans votre lettre de candidature si vous souhaitez être considéré dans l’accès àl’égalité en emploi.Si vous avez des questions supplémentaires, envoyez un courriel à info [at] artmattersfestival.orgPour en savoir plus sur Art Matters, visitezwww.artmattersfestival.orgRéservez la date avec Facebook

Rent a room in a condominium

$360
360.00

I am looking for a clean, considerate mature student to rent a room in a condominium in one of one of the finest neighbourhoods of Montreal.I have aphasia = aphasia is communication disorder that results from damge or injury to language parts of the brain. It's more common in middle age or older adults, particularly those who have had a stroke.We are 7-10 minutes bus ride distance from metro Plamondon or Outremont which is 5 minutes ride to Universite De Montreal or HEC and 40 MINUTES ride to McGill metro station.Near our home, we have a walking distance grocery store (Metro), city library with internet access, lots of shops, pharmacy, post office, Tim Hortons and nigh buses.Lease length is very flexible...ideally 3-4 Months. Rent:$400 per months.If you want to visit your family (for example, Granby, Sherbrook, Drummondviile or Gatineau) in the week-end (from Friday to Sunday) Rent:$360. per month.

Join Concordia’s University Advancement Team...

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As a student, you are the best representative to speak about the Concordia experience! One of the most rewarding jobs on campus!

  • Join a vibrant team and work with fellow students from all across the university!
  • Great on-campus location (SGW campus close to metro and bus lines)
  • Flexible hours (evening and weekends)

 We are looking for outgoing and driven students who are passionate about making an impact in their community!As a Student Ambassador, you will be responsible for reaching out to alumni, parents, students and friends of the university to raise funds for Concordia’s Community Campaign! Your aim is to ask for financial support, build meaningful relationships, and keep the Concordia community up-to-date on the latest developments around our campuses. Advantages to becoming a Student Ambassador:

  • Make a difference at Concordia by raising funds to support teaching, research and student life at the university.
  • You work with other engaged students in a relaxed team environment!
  • You will build your resume by developing valuable communication, negotiation and marketing skills!
  • You will network and gain useful advice from experienced alumni in your field.
  • There are opportunities for advancement within the department.

Hiring External Coordinator

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Position Description:The External Coordinator’s primary tasks will be to inform and mobilize Concordia students, engage and recruit new volunteers, create partnerships and collaborations with like­ minded student groups and outside organizations, develop programming, and work on campaigns. Supported by the Internal coordinator, CFM coordinator, and Mother Hubbard’s cook, the External coordinator will create marketing and promotional material, and develop the organization’s social media presence. The External coordinator must be driven and able to work autonomously while ensuring they are meeting the goals and expectations set out by CFC Board of Directors.Main Tasks & Responsibilities:Education & Engagement-Develop and document core programming on an annual basis including but not limited to: Bite ME! our week long orientation in September, the Transitions conference (Winter semester), and Fee-Levy Advocacy Community special events-Promote expanded learning and partnerships with community organizations outside of campus-Attend weekly Food Autonomy Campaign meetings, contribute to the development of strategic goals and campaign activities, and conduct research on community organizing-Recruit and retain volunteers, ensuring meaningful volunteer experiences-Engage and mobilize students and faculty through outreach, attending events, tabling, etc-Promote campus food security initiatives-Outreach and maintain relationships with groups on and off campus working in food security, sustainable agriculture, advocacy, and policy-Help lead weekly community kitchen: menu development, grocery shopping, cooking, packing food, clean-up, distribution, promotion-Update WebsiteSocial Media and Promotional Materials:-Along with other coordinators: create and implement a social media plan for the academic year that includes all internal events (i.e Annual General Meeting and Mother Hubbard’s)-Develop educational materials for social media posts about campus, local, and international food system issues (i.e food security programs on campus or national food policies)-Use software such as Canva to create outreach materials such as facebook banners for events, instagram images, and flyersSupervision:-Offer support to Farmers Market coordinator, help at markets when necessary, giving advice-Offer support to Mother Hubbard’s cook by helping with initial training and offering kitchen support when necessaryInternal Tasks:-Communicate and work closely with staff and board of directors on strategic planning, organizational growth, and events-Attend meetings and help organize: monthly BoD meetings, bi-weekly coordinator meetings, FLAC (rotating), Z-Annex (rotating), Action Research (rotating), Food -Advisory Working Group, and more as necessary-Provide supervision and support to Farmer’s Market Coordinator and Mother Hubbard’s cook-Maintain timesheet, provide monthly reports to BoD-Develop annual general meeting with coordinators and BoD-Develop annual visioning program with staff, BoD, and core community members-Act as a spokesperson for the organization by writing press releases, staying informed on issues, and building relationships with journalistsThe Concordia Food Coalition believes in Employment Equity. We recognize and welcome the diverse experiences and unique contributions that individuals from marginalized and oppressed communities can bring to our organization and we invite these individuals to apply for this position. Applicants are welcome, but by no means obligated, to share any information related to being considered for Employment Equity. All personal information shared with the CFC will remain confidential.To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to internal [at] concordiafoodcoalition.com. Deadline to apply is June 3rd, 2019 at midnight. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

5970 Appt. 2 rue de Monkland, Monkland Village

$900
900.00

Beautiful 1 bedroom apartment in the heart of Monkland Village.  The dwelling is situated between Hampton and Royal Avenues.  The appartment still has the original warmth and charm of wood floors and accents while the washroom has been modernized for your convenience.  A great location for students who attend Concordia University or at the McGill Medical Center.  Multiple cafés and restaurants surround you while you are a few minutes from the downtown core via the Villa Maria metro station. Available on July 1st, 2019. For more information, please contact Larry Gitman at (514) 586-7910,

Looking for summer help for our installations

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We manufacture & sell interlocking plastic tiles for outdoor tennis & basketball courts and ball hockey rink surfaces.www.flexcourtcanada.caWe have projects across Quebec and Ontario.Travel with us in teams of 2 or 3.Call Andre @ (514)951-3539 or email andre [at] flexcourtcanada.ca  

NDG 6 1/2 Duplex

$1 500
1 500.00

6 1/2 upper duplex on Hampton and Sherbrooke15 minute bus ride on 105 to Loyola campus. 25 minute ride to downtown on the 105 and Vendome Metro. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen, 2 balconies, living room, & small office. International students welcomeClose to grocery store, restaurants, and basic shopping needs. 

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