CSU Chief Electoral Officer


It is the Chief Electoral Officer’s (CEO) responsibility to ensure that all elections and referenda run fairly and smoothly. The CEO carries out the Standing Regulations related to CSU Elections, as guided by the Standard Operating Procedures of their office. The Chief Electoral Officer reports to the Chairperson of the Council of Representatives, the Judicial Board, and the Council of Representatives.


– Verify that the parties are complying with these regulations;
– Ensure the integrity and independence of the electoral process;
– Issue directives on the carrying out of these regulations;
– Receive and examine the reports and returns transmitted to them;
– Inquire into the legitimacy of candidates’ election expenses and of referendum expenses;
– Be responsible for the archive of election results;
– Propose electoral reforms to Council;
– Provide any person applying therefore with advice and information regarding the carrying out of these regulations;
– Give public access to the information, reports, returns or documents relating to these regulations;
– Hold information meetings for the benefit of candidates and referendum committees;
– Create and maintain an elections website;
– Advertise the elections and promote participation in the electoral process on campus;
– Update the Standard Operating Procedures for their office as required.
– Hiring/appointing deputy electoral officers, polling clerks and other elections officers as may be the case
– Ensure that the election or referendum is properly conducted, and, for that purpose, shall see to the training of the other election officers and direct their work.

Essential Requirements:

– Current Concordia undergraduate student, registered in the Winter 2019 semester;
– Extensive knowledge of the CSU Bylaws and Standing Regulations;
– Able to take initiative and work independently;
– Must not be a member of CSU Judicial Board, Council of Representatives, Executive, Concordia Senate, or Concordia Board of Governors.


– Bilingualism
– Knowledge of CSU policies and elections procedures

Notes: The CEO is appointed until they resign, are removed by the CSU Judicial Board, or are no longer a student. The CEO works approximately 3-4 months per year.

How to apply: Email your cover letter and CV to appointments@csu.qc.ca by February 10th, 2019 at midnight, with “Chief Electoral Officer” as the subject line.


Seeking male participants for driving study


The Douglas Driving Lab is seeking males aged 20 to 24 with a valid driver's licence for a study on the influence of mental states on driving behaviour.  Participants will receive $50 for approximately 2.5 hours of their time. Please fill out the following form to find out if you're eligible: https://surveys.mcgill.ca/ls/846552?lang=en

Math,Physics,Chem Tutoring for...


PhD Engineering student with many years of teaching experience in Montreal offering Private or group tutorials for:ALL SUBJECTS: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science, French & English!ALL LEVELS: University, College, High School & Elementary School!Understanding the raw material, Homework/assignments, Preparation for exams! University level: CONCORDIA COURSESMATH 200,MATH 201,MATH 202,MATH 203,MATH 204,MATH 205,MATH 206,MATH 208,MATH 209,MATH 251,MATH 252,STAT 249 !PHYS 204, PHYS 205, PHYS 206, PHYS 245, PHYS 252, PHYS 253, PHYS 354, PHYS 334, PHYS 367!CHEM 205, CHEM 206, CHEM 221, CHEM 222!All Other Engineering, Accounting & Economics Subjects! MCGILL COURSESMATH 122, MATH 123, MATH 133, MATH 140, MATH 141, MATH 111, MATH 112, MATH 150, MATH 151!PHYS 101, PHYS 102, PHYS 131, PHYS 142!CHEM 110, CHEM 120All Other Engineering, Accounting & Economics Subjects! CEGEP Level: Math: Calculus (1, II & III), Linear Algebra, ODE, Pre Calculus and more!Physics: Mechanics (NYA), Electricity & Magnetism (NYB), Waves & Optics (NYC) and more!Chemistry: Chemistry of Solutions, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and more!Biology: General Biology, Micro Biology and moreAll other courses as well! High School & Elementary Level: MathematicsPhysicsChemistryBiologyScienceFrenchEnglishHistory I am PhD Engineering Student and more than 8 years experience in tutoring!Schedules and Locations are quite flexible!Reasonable rates (30-40$ per hour)!Private Sessions OR Group Sessions!I have students from Concordia, McGill, University of Montreal, Dawson, Vanier, Marianopolis, John Abbott and more! Contact Now: 514 8130430Thank you!

Newspaper delivery / carrier


WANTED:  reliable newspaper carriers to deliver multiple newspapers including The Montreal Gazette.DETAILS:• Deliver approx. 200 newspapers in the West Island• PAY: $1000-$1200/ month. Issued the 10th of each month (no cash)• MUST HAVE CAR, fuel economy car preferred• HOURS: 3-3.5 hours per day, pickup of newspapers at 2:30 AM, must be delivered by 6:30 AM. Routes available: Roxboro-Pierrefonds (Central/East), D.D.O, Dorval, Pointe-Claire.S.T. VITE DELIVERY INC.Steve - 514-237-5207  Routes available: Roxboro-Pierrefonds (Central/West), Senneville, Saint-Anne- Belleview, Beaconsfield, Kirkland, Baie-D’urfe, Vaudreuil, St. Lazare, Rigaud. LAS DISTRIBUTIONNick - 514-710-8773 

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5 minute walk from three different metro stations Jarry, Jean Talon and Cremazie. We need to leave Canada for a few months, so now need to transfer the apartment. It's near Jean Talon street with all necessary stores and facilities. Cafes, grocery stores and restaurants are within 3 minute walk. All the furnitures and appliances are included, so you literally only need to bring your bag and start leaving there. _________________________________________________________________________

À 5 minutes à pied de trois stations de métro différentes, Jarry, Jean Talon et Crémazie. Nous devons quitter le Canada pour quelques mois, nous devons donc maintenant transférer l'appartement. C'est près de la rue Jean Talon avec tous les magasins et les installations nécessaires. Cafés, épiceries et restaurants sont à 3 minutes à pied. Tous les meubles et appareils ménagers sont inclus, il vous suffit donc d'apporter votre sac et de commencer à partir.

Great student room near central Berri/UQAM metro


Attactive furnished room, ideal for exchange student for one or more semesters.  Large, fully equipped apartment, shared with owner and another student. 10-min walk to Berri-UQAM or Champ-de-Mars metros.  Relaxed, friendly atmosphere; international students. $550/month, meals included for $200 extra. Contact Ms Baker: uniquediscovery [at] hotmail.com.Belle chambre meublée, idéale pour étudiant en échange, une trimestre ou plus. Grand appartement tout équipé, propriétaire et un autre étudiant y habitent.  À 10 min à pied du métro Berri-UQAM ou Champs-de-Mars.  Ambiance détendue et amicale; etudiantes internationales.  $550 /mois,  $200 de plus si repas inclus.  Contacte Mme Baker: uniquediscovery [at] hotmail.com.

Outreach and Mobilization Position


Breast Cancer Action Quebec, a women’s health group dedicated to the prevention of breast cancer and the promotion of environmental health, is looking for an outreach and mobilization worker for our toxics education and legislative reform projects.As a member of a small but dynamic team, the outreach and mobilization worker will coordinate contact with women’s, youth and community organizations across Quebec to promote our toxics education program and our mobilization project during the federal elections. She1 will promote use of our elections toolkit on reform of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. She will also liaise with youth groups on our environmental health program to put together groups of girls for workshops offering training to become environmental health leaders. We recognize and value the contributions that individuals who identify as members of marginalized and oppressed communities bring to our organization and strongly encourage them to apply.The contract runs for 35 weeks (March 4, 2019 to Nov. 2, 2019), 20 hours per week at $22. While there is some flexibility in work organization, the candidate must be free to work in the office at least on Tuesdays and Thursdays.Ideal for a graduate student interested in and with experience in community organizations, political campaigns or mobilizations.To apply, please send a letter and cv by email to: info [at] acsqc.caDEADLINE: Monday, February 18, 2019 at 5pm.Only selected candidates will be contacted.1 The use of feminine pronouns includes all genders.

Summer Camp Counselor


The Visual Arts Centre is looking to hire Summer Camp Counselors! Are you looking to work in a thriving cultural institution? Do you have experience working with children? We want to hear from you!Apply to info [at] visualartscentre.ca by March 15 with your CV and cover letter!About the Visual Arts Centre:With our School of Art – Canada’s largest bilingual independent art school – and our McClure Gallery – an exciting exhibition venue – the VAC offers you a thriving community of artists, teachers and students. We’ve been part of Montreal’s artistic fabric since 1946!Why choose the Visual Arts Centre?

  • Opportunity to work in a thriving cultural institution and become part of the VAC community
  • Located near Vendôme metro and train station, as well as a variety of bus stops
  • Chance to work in our beautiful historic building located in the heart of Victoria Village
  • Possibility of taking free art courses as an employee
  • Join our dynamic team!

Position SummaryCounselors are responsible for supervising groups of campers within the facility as well as animating a variety of activities for campers within different settings in Westmount’s community. The position entails an interest in the arts, as counselors will also assist art educators in providing artistic workshops of various artistic mediums.Conditions of Work

  • Part-time and full-time positions available
  • Number of hours: between 25 and 40 hours a week, depending on full-time or part-time status
  • Hours of work: Full-time counselor shifts are from 8 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday. Part-time counselor shifts are from 12 pm to 5 or 6 pm
  • Salary range is between $12.75-$13.50/hr depending on level of experience
  • Counselors must be available for the full 9 weeks of camp from June 25th to August 23rd 2019 (Counselor training is scheduled the week prior to camp & first aid training is paid and provided by the VAC)


  • Responsible for the supervision & scheduling of a group of 15 campers
  • Ensure physical safety of children and administer first aid care when necessary
  • Communicate important information regarding health needs of campers to staff and parents
  • Design and lead creative activities during early morning pick up and late pick up
  • Assist art educators in preparing art supplies and ensuring proper workshop clean up
  • Supervise campers within the Westmount swimming pool
  • Animate physical activities within Westmount’s parks
  • Mentor and motivate campers in their creative abilities
  • Attends and participates in weekly meetings


  • Candidates must be eighteen years of age
  • Minimum of 6 months of experience working with children
  • Bilingual (English/French) – spoken
  • Lifeguard training is an asset
  • Priority will be given to candidates with experience in the arts: visual, musical, theatrical, performative or other
  • References will be required for candidates selected for an interview

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Communication skills
  • Punctuality
  • Dependability
  • Ability to manage behavioral problems with appropriate means

Employment EquityThe Visual Arts Centre is aligned with the principles of Employment Equity.Employment Equity aims to correct systemic barriers to employment and promote the accommodation of designated groups in the workforce.Employment Equity encourages the establishment of working conditions that are free of barriers, corrects the conditions of disadvantage in employment and promotes the principle that Employment Equity requires special measures and the accommodation of differences for the four designated groups in Canada. The four designated groups include: women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities, with the addition of a fifth group, members of the LGBTQ2+ community. For more information on Employment Equity, please consult Employment and Social Development Canada (https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/programs/employment-equity.html), or contact us by email at info [at] visualartscentre.caWe encourage applicants who consider themselves members of an aforementioned designated group to self-identify in their application.

CSU - Project Manager & Archivist


Reporting to the General Manager of the CSU, the project manager is responsible for the direction, coordination, implementation, control and completion of cross departmental CSU projects, as well as the development and management of the CSU information system, while remaining aligned with the strategy, commitments, and goals of the CSU and its departments.


– Create and manage project plans

– Define project schedules, allocate resources and monitor process

– Align project objectives

– Oversee with the IT director the delivery and installation of technology solutions

– Help project team with the design and development tasks

– Lead process of issue identification and resolution

– Manage risk tracking process

– Monitor and manage scope

– Reports on project progress, offers viable solutions and opportunities as they arise

– Manage all documentation

– Implements change practices

– Evaluate and assess the results of the project

– Implement the retention and archiving of CSU documents both physical and digital

– Implement continuous improvement of the CSU information management system


– Critical thinking and problem solving

– Excellent decision-making and leadership capabilities

– Contract negotiation

– Conflict resolution experience

– Adaptability

– Ability to tolerate stress

– Detail-oriented

– Good communication skills, with customers, team and stakeholders

– Customer-focused mindset

– Knowledge of related software tools

– Strong organizational skills

Education & Experience

– Experience in project management

– Experience in the collection and management of information

– Experience drafting policies


– Experience in strategic planning, risk management and/or change management

– Proficiency in project management software tools

Applications must include:

– Cover letter and CV

Deadline to apply: Open-ended

How to Apply: Email your CV (please do not use Facebook) and cover letter to jobs@csu.qc.ca with the subject line “Project Manager & Archivist – Fall 2018.” Incomplete applications and those which do not follow these steps will not be considered.

*Internal Candidates will have preference as per the Collective Agreement*

Home Care Worker Needed


A young physically disabled couple is seeking a woman who is reliable and that can have a flexible schedule. The position is available immediately.Some duties involve cooking, feeding, bathing, transferring, etc. If you are interested please call at (514) 482-7496. If the answering machine picks up, please leave us a message.

Sorel Caribou boots. unworn. 6.5. black


Sorel boots. Never used, without the box. 

looking for roommate, 4.5 near Guy-Concordia


Room in a 4.5 with 2 male roommates at Mcgill and UDEM (English and French fluent) and are really nice guys. I'm looking to transfer over my portion of the lease which ends Augyst 31st 2019 with the option to renew. Washer and dryer in the unit. The room is fully furnished. Internet and hot water are included in the pice. Perfect for a student!.