## CSU - Receptionist

**Responsibilities:**

– Greet students coming into the CSU office in a polite and pleasant manner, and provide detailed information about the CSU (including its services, campaigns, events, projects, and the Student Health and Dental coverage), and general information about university and affiliates services. Answer in-person, over the phone and email enquiries, and refer on as appropriate.

– Accept requisition forms, special project & bursary applications, space reservation request, club registrations, and various other documents, ensure completeness of information, and forward to the appropriate executive and staff.

– Approve postings according to established guidelines and inform students of current postering policy.

– Send faxes, distribute mail and packages, and maintain inventory of materials and supplies for the office.

– Update documents in reserve for the general public and CSU executives and staff. Photocopy and collate documents for distribution.

– Sell event tickets and promotional items. Maintain petty cash box.

– Assist executives, staff and student groups with booking meeting rooms and information booths.

– Keep oneself informed as to what is currently going on within the organization.

– Keep oneself informed of relevant university and CSU’s policies and procedures.

**Essential Requirement(s):**

– Excellent spoken English skills and fluent French conversational skills

– Punctual and patient with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills

– General knowledge of Concordia University and the CSU

– Good research skills

– Must be able to work independently with low supervision and as part of a team

– Be able to work Tuesdays at Loyola from noon to 5pm and Fridays at SGW, from 2pm to 6pm

– Computer literate, knowledge of Excel and Internet Explorer

– Must be authorized to work in Canada (valid SIN card required)

– Must be a full-time undergraduate student at Concordia University

**Asset(s):**

– Experience providing front-line service in a fast-paced environment

– Strong knowledge of Excel

– Approved into the Work Study program

**Applications must include**

– Cover letter and C.V.;

– Winter 2019 class schedule;

– Authorization email from Work Study Program if available.

***Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement.***

**How to Apply:**

Email your CV, cover letter, Fall class schedule (and work student authorization if available) to jobs@csu.qc.ca with the title “Receptionist Winter 2019” by January 6 2019. Incomplete application and applications that do not follow these steps will not be considered.

**Notes/Other:**

For more information, contact Yu-Hui Yu at (514) 848-7474 ext. 8908 or by e-mail at office@csu.qc.ca.

**Job**

**Closing Date:**Sunday, January 6 2019, 11:59PM

**Contact E-mail Address:**office@csu.qc.ca

**Contact Phone Number:**514-848-7474 x8908

## CSU - Chief Electoral Officer

**Description:**

**Responsibilities:**

– 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:**

– 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.

**Assets:**

– 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. Applicants should be prepared for an interview in front of CSU Council.

**How to apply:**Email your cover letter and CV to appointments@csu.qc.ca by midnight on December 16th, 2018, with “Chief Electoral Officer – Fall 2018” as the subject line.

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