Concordia

Private Room (Lease Transfer)

$500
500.00

Starting date: December 1st

Lease ends: September 30th 2020 (with possibility of renewal).

You will live with two amazing friendly clean and respectful students. We would like to find someone who is friendly clean and respectful too

Pros: Very near Concordia SGW Campus and in the same block as Guy metro station (St Mathieu exit).

The price is all included 440 (rent) and 60 aprox (utilities).

The apartment doesn't have a living room or dining room, is consists of three bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom. Also the neighbors are very noise sensitive. If you like parties or noise maybe it's not the best choice.

The room is unfurnished (but I’m interested in selling my furniture because I'm leaving the city).

If you’re interested please write us letting us know a bit about yourself and why would you be a great roommate?

Thanks!

CSU Receptionist - Fall 2019

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Responsibilities:
– Greet students coming into the CSU office in a warm and respectful 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 the university and affiliated services. Answer in-person, over the phone and email inquiries, 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 at Loyola
– Computer literate, knowledge of Excel and internet browsers
– Must be authorized to work in Canada (valid SIN card required)
– Must be a full-time undergraduate student at Concordia University
– Must be available to work Wednesdays from 2pm to 6pm at the SGW campus, and Thursdays from noon to 5pm  at the Loyola campus from November 27 to December 18 2019
– Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement
 
Asset(s):
– Experience providing front-line service in a fast-paced environment
– Strong knowledge of Excel
– Strong knowledge of Concordia University community and services
– Approved into the Work Study program
 
Applications must include
– Cover letter and C.V.;
– Fall 2019 class schedule;
– Authorization email from Work Study Program if available.
 
**Internal candidates shall have preference.**
 
How to Apply:
Email your CV, cover letter, Fall class schedule (and work study authorization if available) to jobs@csu.qc.ca with the title “Receptionist December 2019” by November 17 2019. Incomplete application and applications that do not follow these steps will not be considered.
 
The Work Study program allows full-time Concordia students to work on-campus part-time and is a service supported by Financial Aids and Awards office. Visit the Work-study program webpage for more information on how to apply for a Work Study Authorization. Keep in mind that eligible students must be registered full-time in a program and receiving governmental student aid. International (except U.S.) students are exempt from the latter criteria.
 

CSU Receptionist - Winter 2020

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Responsibilities:
– Greet students coming into the CSU office in a warm and respectful 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 the university and affiliated services. Answer in-person, over the phone and email inquiries, 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 at Loyola
– Computer literate, knowledge of Excel and internet browsers
– Must be authorized to work in Canada (valid SIN card required)
– Must be a full-time undergraduate student at Concordia University
– Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement
 
Asset(s):
– Experience providing front-line service in a fast-paced environment
– Strong knowledge of Excel
– Strong knowledge of Concordia University community and services
– Approved into the Work Study program
 
Applications must include
– Cover letter and C.V.;
– Winter 2020 class schedule;
– Authorization email from Work Study Program if available.
 
**Internal candidates shall have preference.**
 
How to Apply:
Email your CV, cover letter, Fall class schedule (and work study authorization if available) to jobs@csu.qc.ca with the title “Receptionist Winter 2020” by November 17 2019. Incomplete application and applications that do not follow these steps will not be considered.
 
The Work Study program allows full-time Concordia students to work on-campus part-time and is a service supported by Financial Aids and Awards office. Visit the Work-study program webpage for more information on how to apply for a Work Study Authorization. Keep in mind that eligible students must be registered full-time in a program and receiving governmental student aid. International (except U.S.) students are exempt from the latter criteria.
 

CSU Receptionist

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Type of Position:   Permanent (part-time)
Start Date:  2019-11-25
Location:   H-711
End Date: Permanent
Salary/Hourly Rate:  $17.08/hr, 8 to 15 hours a week
 
Responsibilities:
– Greet students coming into the CSU office in a warm and respectful 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 the university and affiliated services. Answer in-person, over the phone and email inquiries, 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.

CSU HOJO Head Brand Ambassador 2019-2020

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The Head Brand Ambassador will work at the CSU Off-campus Housing and Job Resource Centre to engage and educate the community about the Woodnote Housing Cooperative. We are seeking someone with a passion for connecting with people, selling students on this great student-initiative and networking within our community to build the Woodnote’s profile. You will be responsible for communicating the variety of amenities we have to offer potential residents, showing them everything there is to love about the Woodnote and putting their mind at ease so they can move in tomorrow!

Reporting to the HOJO Manager, The Head Brand Ambassador will work to engage and educate the community about the launch of the Woodnote Housing Cooperative project. The Head Brand Ambassador will be responsible for helping students learn about the project. The Head Brand Ambassador will be responsible for training and mobilizing a team of volunteer brand ambassadors and executing effective outreach strategies to reach the broad student community at Concordia.

Responsibilities:

Collaborating with an external organization to implement an on-campus visibility campaign

Promoting the Woodnote

Cooperative by speaking with the students through tabling, classroom visits, workshops, and events.

Planning & attending events to promote the Woodnote

Representing the Woodnote on social media

Delivering brand ambassador training

Training volunteer brand ambassadors

 

 

CSU Polling Clerk

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Description: Polling Clerks are responsible for overseeing the polling process and ensuring all election regulations are followed. They will work with the Chief Electoral Officer and Deputy Electoral Officers to facilitate the most efficient possible polling process. There are multiple Polling Clerk positions to be filled for both the SGW and Loyola campuses.

This is a short-term position for full days on November 12th, 13th, and 14th, as well as a training period beforehand on November 11th between 4-5PM.

Responsibilities:
- Checking students' eligibility
- Ensuring private and individual voting
- Answering questions and representing the CSU during the election
- Ensuring fairness and a properly-conducted election

Rooms on Côté De Neige Street not far from...

$630
630.00

Rooms in a town house at the foot of Mont Royal on Cote de Neige. Bus 165,166, 66 frequently pass by making it easy to go to and from school.