Large Bright Room for Rent in Upper Duplex ...

$525
525.00

Large bright room to rent in Upper duplex in NDG, great location near Sherbrooke. All included, electricity, heat,hot water,washer dryer,internet (netflix too). Front and back balcony with Barbque Room can be furnished if need. Close to many restaurant, stores, buses and cafe. More photos available upon request

SHIPPING CLERK

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Receving and shipping of orders. Light assembly, maintenance of premises.

Furnished Room in appartment near PAPINEAU...

$660
660.00

Negotiable price

Furnished room in an appartment with 4 people in total.

The appartement is new and the furniture is pretty much new.

All included, electicity, heating, insurance, netflix on TV in the living room.

Washing machine in the basement. From 22 May to 30 June (reconductible).

Other roomates are friendly students. Come and meet them!

Near the village with bars and restaurants.

CHNGR MTL 2019 Team - learn stuff - launch...

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Nous acceptons maintenant les candidatures jusqu’au 31 mai! We are open for applications until May 31st! (English follows)T’es étudiant.e à l’université* et tu possède une intérêt à être engagé et rester informé? Avec nous, tu pourra gagner les compétences et accéder au bon réseau pour avoir un impact dans votre communauté. T’embarques?CHNGR MTL [ “Changer Montréal” ] est un programme inter-institutionnel en apprentissage empirique et en développement de la communauté. Des équipes d’étudiant.e.s des universités montréalaises découvriront, participeront et collaboreront aux projets et événements en économie sociale solidaire (ESS). Chaque étudiant.e recevra une bourse d’étude, une formation, un coaching continu et des bourses de projets pour développer les compétences et connaissances nécessaires. Le but : mettre en oeuvre leurs initiatives collectives pour contribuer au dialogue de la ESS avec leur pairs.Visite >> CHNGR.ca/fr/programme/ pour en savoir plus et pour trouver le formulaire de candidature.Formulaire: https://chngr.typeform.com/to/pZs0qT* Les universités éligibles incluent l’HEC, l’UQAM, McGill et Concordia** Le programme est également ouvert aux étudiant.e.s des cycles supérieurs mais la préférence sera donnée aux candidat.e.s de premier cycle.//Are you a university* student? Are you interested in being an engaged, informed human that has the skills and network to make changes in your community? We get you!CHNGR MTL [ “Changer Montréal” ] is an inter-institutional* program of experiential learning and community building. Teams of students from Montréal universities will discover, participate and collaborate in projects and events in the Social Solidarity Economy (SSE). Each student will receive scholarships, training, continuous coaching, and grants to develop the skills and competencies needed to define and implement their collective initiatives to contribute to the dialogue of SSE within their peers.Go to >> CHNGR.ca/en/program/ for more info and to fill out the application formApplication form: https://chngr.typeform.com/to/pZs0qT* Must be attending HEC, UQAM, McGill or Concordia to be eligible** The program is open also to graduate students but preference will be given to undergraduates. 

2 Summer Internships at ACCM! Communications...

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Two Summer Internships at ACCM!Communications Assistant and Pride AssistantIndigenous youth are strongly encouraged to apply!(ten weeks, three days per week) ACCM encourages youth living with HIV or hepatitis C to apply for these positions.  AIDS Community Care Montreal is hiring two summer students for a nine week contract, totalling 28 days of work at minimum wage. Both positions are open to full time returning or recently graduated students under the age of 30: Our ​Communications Assistant​ will: - Work with the Comms Coordinator to develop and schedule content for social media, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.; - Support the Comms Coordinator in the creation and design of communications materials; - Assist the Comms Coordinator in expanding our media contact and resource database; - Assist the Development Team in the creation of a temporary website for an upcoming event and campaign.  Our ​Pride Assistant ​will: - Work with our Development team as our logistics assistant for all of our Pride events; - Assist in the coordination of Pride related fundraisers including our Pride Walk; - Assist in volunteer recruitment; - Oversee the planning, execution, and sponsorship of ACCM’s booth at Community Day. Upload your CV and tell us about your interest in working with ACCM: ​https://forms.gle/CWzA7XhrQG9FhCaY7  Please note that​ no cover letter is required for this application process. We look forward to hearing from you by ​May 20th, 2019​. Only successful applicants will be contacted for interview.  This position is a short term contract for a total of 210 hours at $12.50 per hour. Our offices are generally open 10 am to 6 pm, Monday through Thursday, but we are flexible in our work hours.

UNIVERSITY ROOMIE WANTED

$650
650.00

Hello! Female McGill U2 Computer Science student looking for a quiet and respectful roommate. Bedroom comes with balcony. Living room has balcony. Fully furnished dishwasher, dryer and washing machine in apartment. Five minutes from de l'Eglise metro, Jean-Coutu and two grocery stores. Utilities not included and we split internet. If interested, please email or call. 

OUVRIERS ET OUVRIERES D’ENTRETIEN

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Vous aimez le travail physique, vous avez le souci de travailler dans un environnement propre et agréable ? La CSDM recherche des ouvrières et des ouvriers d’entretien ménager pour des affectations temporaires à temps partiel et à temps plein en vue de l’opération Ménage d’été 2019.L’ouvrier ou l’ouvrière d’entretien s’assure de la propreté des lieux et du bon état de l’équipement dans l’établissement scolaire. En ce qui a trait à la propreté des lieux, les tâches à faire sont généralement les suivantes :  balayer, passer la vadrouille, laver les planchers et les escaliers, décaper et cirer, nettoyer les murs et les plafonds, laver et nettoyer les abreuvoirs, les lavabos, les éviers, les toilettes, les douches et les comptoirs de salle de bain, vider les poubelles et les bacs de recyclage et s’en défaire lors de la cueillette, épousseter le mobilier et les surfaces, laver les vitres tant à l’intérieur qu’à l’extérieur ainsi que les stores et les toiles, nettoyer les aires de jeux et la toiture, nettoyer la cour, tondre le gazon, ramasser les feuilles mortes et les jeter etc.  L'horaire de travail pour les ménages d'été est principalement de jour : 7h à 15h15   Qualifications Une des trois options suivantes :Être titulaire d’un diplôme d’études professionnelles en entretien général d’immeubles Être titulaire d’un diplôme d’études secondaires terminal Être titulaire d’une attestation d’études professionnelles en hygiène et salubrité  Rémunération Le salaire horaire est de 19,37$ (convention collective en vigueur).   Les candidats retenus participeront à une formation d’introduction à la fonction.  Vous avez un intérêt à occuper cette fonction durant l’été 2019 ? Faites-nous le savoir en nous transmettant votre CV et la preuve de vos qualifications par courriel à non-enseignant [at] csdm.qc.ca, en précisant dans l’objet de votre courriel que vous intéressé à travailler pour les ménages d’été. La CSDM s’est dotée d’un Programme d’accès à l’égalité en emploi et invite les femmes, les membres des minorités visibles, les membres des minorités ethniques, les Autochtones et les personnes handicapées à présenter leur candidature. Les personnes handicapées qui le désirent peuvent recevoir de l’assistance pour le processus de présélection et de sélection. La CSDM remercie les candidates et candidats de leur intérêt.

Cosy room • metro Joliette • from 1st June •...

$500
500.00
Hi there!
I have a cozy, bright, single room to rent for the summer period (starting from 1st June until 31st August), with a possibility to extend it for a whole year. The room is one of two rooms in the apartment, located in Hochelaga. The second room is occupied by a peaceful, clean and quiet guy, a student.
 
My place is just a 2-minute walk from metro Joliette (green line), from where you can basically get anywhere you would like to (< 15 minutes to downtown, <10 minutes to Berri-UQAM metro node). Within a 5-minute walk, there's an Ontario Street with many stores, cafes and bars. There are also a pharmacy, Dollarama and Metro stores within a 7-minute walk.
 
The price includes everything (WiFi, too).
 
 
I'm looking for a male student/young professional that would be willing to move in on 1st June. The place is strictly non-smoking, with no pets allowed.
Feel free to contact me either via email or directly by phone if you'd be interested in seeing the place. I'm available every weekday after 3PM and usually the whole day during the weekend.

5 ½ UPPER/HAUT DE DUPLEX - NDG OUEST...

$1 115
1 115.00

5 ½ HAUT DE DUPLEX - NDG OUEST (UNIVERSITÉ CONCORDIA, LOYOLA) **1e JUILLET**

Lumineux, bien entretenu, propre, 3 chambres en haut duplex. Beau quartier calme et central.

A proximité des écoles, des bus, des parcs, restos et des magasins ...et Aux 20

5 minutes à pied de: Concordia (Loyola) / Autobus 105, 102, 51 / Gare de train Montréal-Ouest.

Planchers de bois franc. Grandes fenêtres. Très lumineux.

5x appareils: Réfrigérateur, cuisinière, lave-vaisselle et laveuse-sécheuse, fournis, entretenus et dans apt.

Grand balcon 5’x14 ’et utilisation du grand jardin.

Nous allons peindre (vous choisissez vos couleurs!).

Hydro est payé par vous - apx. 130 $ / mois pour le chauffage, les lumières et les appareils ménagers.

*** Parfait pour jeune professionnel ou professeur / étudiant de Concordia.

Pas d'animaux ** Pas de fumeurs ** Vérification de crédit requise

À voir, prendre rendez-vous à tout moment. Jon 514-867-7786

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5 ½ UPPER DUPLEX - NDG WEST (CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, LOYOLA) **JULY 1**

Bright, well kept, clean, 3 bedroom in upper duplex. Nice quiet centrally located area.

Close to schools, busses, parks, restos and shopping... and Aut 20

5 minute walk to: Concordia (Loyola) / 105, 102, 51 busses / Montreal West Train Station.

Hardwood floors. Large windows. Very bright.

5x appliances: Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, & Washer-Dryer, supplied, serviced and in apt.

Large balcony 5’x14’ & use of large garden.

We'll paint (you choose your colors!).

Hydro is paid by you - apx. $130/mth for heat, lights, appliances.

***Perfect for young professional or Concordia professor/student.

No animals**No smokers**Credit check required

Must see, call for an appointment any time. Jon 514-867-7786

Camp Coordinator at RCFG*

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ROCK CAMP FOR GIRLS AND GENDER NONCONFORMING YOUTH MONTREAL IS HIRING THREE CAMP COORDINATORS* FOR ITS SUMMER CAMP WEEK 2019! *Please note that these positions are funded by Canada Summer Jobs, which provides funding to not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers and small businesses with 50 or fewer employees to create summer job opportunities for young people aged 15 to 30 years.Rock Camp for Girls and Gender Nonconforming Youth Montreal acknowledges that Tio'tia:ke, so called Montreal, is the traditional and unceded territory of the Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk).  1 | ABOUT THE ORGANIZATIONRock Camp for Girls and Gender Nonconforming Youth Montreal (RCFG*) is an organization that holds a week-long summer camp where campers discover and express their talents, and become leaders in creating their own cultural production through music. Musicians and community members support campers through instrument instruction, tech tutorials, band practice and skill-building workshops. At the week’s end, campers get the chance to show off their talents to friends, family, and community members at the Showcase Concert.RCFG* fosters the promotion of self-esteem, skill-building and critical thinking skills for girls and gender non-conforming youth through collaborative music composition and performance. RCFG* supplements the music component with workshops based on feminist and anti-oppression frameworks that provide campers with a space for critical examination and personal empowerment.The goal is for girls and gender non-conforming youth to rock in all aspects of life! 2 | ABOUT THE JOB POSITIONSThe three employees will be supervised by RCFG*’s Planning Committee throughout the duration of their contract. The Camp Committee, as well as the Human Resources Committee, will offer an in-depth training during the employees’ first week of employment. This training will include background information about the organization, as well as examples of how the job has been done in the past. The training will equip the employees with the information and tools necessary to complete the necessary tasks within their job description. The Camp Committee and the Human Resources Committee will be available to answer any questions throughout the employees’ contracts and will be accessible by phone or email Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm, and during weekends, 10am-6pm. The employees will also be supported/evaluated by the Human Resources Committee who will set a meeting with the employees every week in order to clarify the job responsibilities, as well as to follow-up on the employees’ overall performance.Mandatory requirements

  • Age between 15 and 30 years old
  • Fluent in French and/or in English, bilingualism and other languages an asset
  • Permission to work in Canada (citizenship, residency, work permit)
  • Availability full-time (between 20 and 40 hours a week) between May 27 - August 9 (240-hour contract, flexibility with start and end date)

 A | VOLUNTEER AND YOUTH COORDINATORThe Volunteer and Youth Coordinator, working with the Camp Committee, will be in charge of:  Prior to Camp week (May 27 - July 26):

  • Follow up on Camper Applications via email and phone
  • Send Acceptance Packages to parents and guardians
  • Compile youth information in a coordination file
  • Follow up and communicate with parents and guardians
  • Do call-outs and community outreach in order to find volunteers for camp
  • Create a social media presence recruiting volunteers
  • Liaise with volunteer applications via email and phone
  • Organize the master list of volunteer positions necessary during camp week
  • Follow up and interview potential volunteers (confirm the volunteer team for camp 2019)
  • Update the volunteer handbook, to be given to all confirmed volunteers
  • Produce volunteer and camper zines (booklet containing all relevant information pertaining to camp), along with the other coordinators
  • Plan and execute two volunteers and campers meet and greets (July 13 & 21)
  • Plan and execute volunteer trainings (July 13, 21, 27 & 28)
  • Organize regular coordination meetings with the other coordinators\

 During camp (July 26 - August 5):

  • Verify youth attendance every morning, lunch and evening, with the help of the Band Managers
  • Follow up with parents and guardians in case of a camper’s unplanned absence
  • Make sure all volunteers are aware of their daily responsibilities
  • Stay on the camp site and coordinate the volunteers as necessary
  • Facilitate end-of-day meetings for volunteers to ask questions about their responsibilities
  • Act as a liaison between volunteers / facilitate communication amongst volunteers

 After camp (August 5 - 9):

  • Create a feedback survey for volunteers and youth
  • Gather the feedback information and create a comprehensive document
  • Write an exit report about the job position with recommendations for the next year

 B | PROGRAM COORDINATORSProgram Coordination tasks will be divided between two people, as follows:  B.1 | PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR Prior to Camp week (May 27 - July 26):

  • Community outreach in order to find resources for camp
  • Create a social media presence and promotion material
  • Participate actively in camp week programming (workshops and trainings)
  • Liaise with Volunteer and Youth Coordinator, Camp Committee and Human Resources Committee
  • Plan camp week activities and fall programs
  • Plan meet and greets and trainings
  • Stay on site and coordinate activities
  • Plan and lead volunteer trainings (July 13, 21, 27 & 28)
  • Produce volunteer and camper zines (booklet containing all relevant information pertaining to camp), along with the other coordinators

 During camp (July 26 - August 5):

  • Make sure all the volunteers and coordination team are aware of the programming content and what’s going on during camp at all times
  • Greet workshop facilitators and introduce them to camp and its running
  • Facilitate a debrief with each facilitator after their workshop
  • Stay on camp site and coordinate activities and programmings

 After camp (August 5 - 9):

  • Write an exit report about the job position with recommendations for the next year
  • Participate in end of year financial and legal tasks (Annual General Meeting preparation and Annual Report)

 B.2 | LOGISTIC COORDINATOR Prior to Camp week (May 27 - July 26):

  • Call-outs and community outreach in order to find resources for camp
  • Create a social media presence to find equipment/resources
  • Create and update a master list of materials needed for camp
  • Liaise with Volunteer and Youth Coordinator, Camp Committee and Human Resources Committee
  • Research where to borrow/rent music equipment
  • Confirm all the music equipment necessary for camp week with Concordia Interns
  • Confirm all the food/kitchen supplies necessary for camp week
  • Confirm all the materials/furniture/infrastructure necessary for camp week
  • Stay on site and coordinate gear and equipment
  • Plan and lead volunteer trainings (July 13, 21, 27 & 28)
  • Produce volunteer and camper zines (booklet containing all relevant information pertaining to camp), along with the other coordinators

 During camp (July 26 - August 5):

  • Make sure all volunteers are aware of the gear and materials available during camp
  • Brief the technical and gear team every morning, inform the volunteers of any changes
  • Stay on camp site and coordinate the gear and equipment

 After camp (August 5 - 9):

  • Write an exit report about the job position with recommendations for the next year
  • Participate in end of year financial and legal tasks (Annual General Meeting preparation and Annual Report)

 C | SKILLS, ASSETS & RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Fluent in both French in English (spoken and written) an asset, other languages also an asset
  • Administrative responsibilities (email correspondence, budgeting)
  • Computer literacy (cloud computing, data management, social media etc.)
  • Community liaison (coordinating with other organizations, networking)
  • Time-management, weekly scheduling, volunteer coordination
  • Personal organization, attention to detail, effective communication and teamwork skills
  • Anti-oppressive, feminist & inclusive values
  • Experience working with youth, overall commitment to youth empowerment

 D | JOB DETAILS 

  • Salary: $15/hour
  • Schedule: 30 hours/week average, 240-hour contract (flexible and variable schedule)
  • Location: Centre du Plateau, located at 2275, boul. Saint-Joseph est, Montréal (if needed), teleworking and on camp site, at the John Molson School of Business, located on Concordia University Sir George William Campus (1450, rue Guy).
  • Start Date : flexible, ideally around May 27, 2019

 Candidates must absolutely be available during Camp trainings and camp week, which will take place from July 26 to August 5, 2019, as well as at least two weeks before hand.  Deadline to apply: May 3, 2019  Please email your CV and Cover Letter to hr [at] girlsrockmontreal.com) Address it to Mx. Éloïse Choquette. All candidates will be sent a confirmation that their application was received, but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted further. Rock Camp for Girls and Gender Nonconforming Youth Montreal recognizes that folks facing marginalization and oppression face significant challenges in the workforce, and also have unique and valuable skills and perspectives to bring to this position. We strongly encourage candidates with these lived experiences to apply (for example, people of colour, poor/working-class folks, folks with disabilities, trans* folks, etc).  Applicants can disclose as little or as much information as they wish in their application. Please contact us for any further information. 3 | MANDATE AND POLITICS OF THE ORG It’s part of the org’s mandate to create a safe space at all times, everywhere, and for all employees, volunteers and youth.No discrimination, no harassment will be tolerated and, depending on the offence severity, will lead to immediate exclusion from the work place of the person who committed it, no matter their role as a Board of Directors member, as an employee or as a volunteer. The safety of the victims is always paramount. However, in light of working towards restorative and transformative justice, a follow-up will also be made with the excluded party, no matter the reason they were excluded in the first place. Variable sanctions will be held in place for the youth, depending of their age and background, as to promote a healthy and safe space where respect and learning are encouraged and at the heart of all the activities.At all times, the employees will have access to the advices, tools and resources that they, along with the rest of the org’s members, need in order to prevent and resolve conflicts, ensure that they feel safe and supported enough to report any problem or complaint, and generally promote a safe workplace.Everyone involved in RCFG* works towards creating at all times a workplace devoid of harassment, discrimination, within an organisational structure that promotes respect and learning. 

Sublet 2bedrooms apartment, walking distance...

$1 110
1 110.00

Two bedrooms apartment available for July-August for sublet. One bedroom has a double bed while the other has a single bed, each have desk and closet space. Washing and drying machines included, water and wi-fi included in the rent although electricity isn't. There is a large fridge, a stove, and a microwave. There is also a printer in the large bedroom. Bathroom has a bathtub. The apartment will stay furnished over the summer, and we will leave our cooking ustensils as well. Ideal location for Concordia students, the apartment is 5min away from the university. There are also a few grocery stores five minutes away. Located on rue Saint-Marc, the apartment is about halfway in between the Guy-Concordia and the Atwater metro station. The pictures are old (before we moved in) and there are a few missing piece of furniture (chairs, shelf), and do not show the bedrooms for privacy reasons, but on request we can send some privately. Please text or email for more infos. 

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