$595

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One room (11'x 11') is available in the three bedroom apartment (900 sq feet) located on the fifth floor of a quiet historical building. Fantastic location: only 3 min walking distance from the downtown campus of Concordia University and metro station; close to restaurants, cafes, groceries and shopping centers. The apartment has a fully equipped bathroom and a powder room. All rooms are fully furnished. The rent includes electricity, water, heating, and wifi. -Two rooms are occupied by friendly male students Equipment: - Rooms are furnished with Ikea furniture - Room includes: twin size bed with draws and a mattress, a spacious closet, a dresser, desk, bookcase, chair, floor lamp, and desk lamp - Kitchen: oven, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, and kettle - living room: table with chairs, TV, and sofas Price for the room is $595 per month. The room is available from December 24th, 2017.

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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.

Accessibility:

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)

•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)

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Available nowJan 1st to April 30th**Flexible dates**, move-in can be in late December **$1000/month** 1 bedroom apartment (**bedroom with closed door**) with balcony**Fully furnished** (TV, printer, queen bed, dresser, sofa, kitchen set, fridge, stove, desk, bookcases, etc)**Everything included**: Hot water, electricity, heating, laundry facility in building, **high speed unlimited** internet/wifi**Free access** to Gym, Pool, Sauna, Rooftop terrasse Convenience store downstairs + 5 min walk to 3 differ pharmacies/drugstores and 2 grocery stores **Public transit: ***Metro:*2-min walk to Green line (Saint-Laurent Metro)7-min walk to Orange line (Sherbrooke Metro)10-min walk to Orange, Green, and Yellow line (Berri Metro)*Bus:*Bus 24 and 55 - at the corner of the streetBus 129 and 80 - 4 blocks away **Ideal for students or young professionals***Universities:*5-min walk to UQAM15-min walk to McGill25-min walk to Concordia25-min bus ride to UdeM (Bus 129)*Neighborhoods:*10 min walk from Quartier Latin & Quartier des Spectacle/Place des Arts15-min walk from Chinatown, Le Plateau & Downtown25-min walk from Old Port & Concordia Please call or text at 514-466-2005 for more info or to set up a visit.Only serious offers. 3 et demi, chambre ferméeDisponible immédiatementJan 1 a Avril 30**Dates flexibles**, la date d’arrivée peut avoir lieu à la fin de décembre**1000 $ / mois ** Appartement 3.5 avec **1 chambre porte fermée et balcon****Entièrement meublé** (TV, imprimante, lit queen, commode, canapé, ensemble de cuisine, réfrigérateur, cuisinière, bureau, bibliothèques, etc.)**Tout inclus**: Eau chaude, électricité, chauffage, buanderie dans le bâtiment, **Wifi/** **Internet haut débit illimité****Accès gratuit** à la salle de sport, piscine, sauna, terrasse sur le toit Dépanneur au coin de la rue + 2 épiceries et 3 pharmacies à 5 min de marche **Transport en commun**:*Métro: *2 minutes à pied de la ligne verte (métro Saint-Laurent)7 minutes à pied de la ligne Orange (métro Sherbrooke)10 minutes à pied de la ligne orange, verte et jaune (métro Berri)*Autobus: *Bus 24 et 55 - au coin de la rueBus 129 et 80 – à 4 coins de rue **Idéal pour les étudiants ou les jeunes professionnels ***Universités:*5 minutes à pied de l'UQAM15 minutes à pied de McGill25 minutes à pied de Concordia25 minutes en bus de l'UdeM (Bus 129)*Quartiers: *10 min à pied du Quartier Latin et du Quartier des Spectacles / Place des Arts15 minutes à pied du Quartier Chinois, Le Plateau et le Centre-ville25 minutes à pied du Vieux-Port et Concordia Appelez ou envoyez un texto au **514-466-2005** pour plus d'informations ou pour organiser une visite. Seulement des offres sérieuses.

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