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Hojo Communications Intern

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The Woodnote Communications intern will work closely with the CSU Support Member to develop effective strategies for outreach, visibility and branding of the housing project.

 

Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Attending events and presenting in classrooms to promote the project.

  • Posting regularly on the Woodnote social media accounts and sending out the Woodnote newsletter.

  • Tabling on-campus to inform students about the project.

  • Using our marketing research to develop an effective campaign model.

  • Finding ways to increase the amount of applications the cooperative will receive.

 

Requirements:

  • Strong English language skills.

  • Enrolled as an undergraduate student at Concordia.

  • Creative ideas for campaigning and communications.

  • Ability to work well with others.

  • Ability to speak confidently both in one-on-one, and in front of large groups.

  • Must be available to work during Hojo office hours on a regular weekly schedule.

 

Assets:

  • Previous work in campaigns, marketing or communications.

  • Enrolled in a field of study related to marketing or communications.

  • Knowledge of the cooperative model, social economy and the Woodnote housing project.

  • Bilingualism.

  • Technological competence.


To Apply: Candidates should send a cover letter, Fall 2018 class schedule and CV to housingproject@csu.qc.ca with the subject line “Woodnote Intern Application.” Incomplete applications will not be considered. Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Deadline to Apply is September 10th, 2018

 

Graphic Designer Job Posting

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Under direction of the Lead Graphic Designer, the Designer shall do layout of posters, leaflets, fliers for the CSU and all newsletters and reports to the CSU membership. This person shall be responsible for the design of advertising CSU publications including but not limited to the student agenda annually produced in the fall. The employee shall be responsible for the design of CSU sponsored advertising in non-CSU publications. The Designer shall, in conjunction with the IT coordinator, help design and maintain the CSU web page and any other web pages the CSU wishes to design and maintain. The Designer will print posters, leaflets and fliers upon request for the CSU and will assist CSU clubs in printing their materials.

Responsibilities

• Assisting the Lead Designer

• Creating graphic material for newsletters, posters, pamphlets and any promotional material from the CSU and its services.

• Sustaining the branding guidelines across all media

• Creating design proposals for branding campaigns and events for the organization

• Work closely with the executives and managers of services to execute projects within time and budget.

• Able to work within an established brand aesthetic while also being able to bring fresh perspective and ideas.

Essential Requirements

• Ability to work well in teams and independently

• Being registered as a full-time undergraduate student at Concordia

• Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement

• Good overall knowledge of the Adobe Suit (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) Premier Pro & Aftereffects are an asset.

• Knowledge in HTML and CSS are an asset

Promotions Assistant

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The Office of Community Engagement at Concordia University is looking to hire a Promotions Assistant to coordinate social media campaigns and promote our programs including the University of the Streets and Living Knowledge series. Experience in social media production and bilingualism are strong assets for this position. This is a 10-15 hrs/wk position offered through a Work Study subsidy and paid at $14/hr.
 
Candidates must be full-time Concordia University students receiving government student aid OR paying full international rate and in financial difficulty. Candidates should visit the Financial Aid & Awards Office at Concordia (project: 29320) to ascertain their eligibility to the program and then contact us at univcafe@concordia.ca to submit a CV and letter of interest.

Looking for roommates

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Hi,My name is Flavie, I'm from France and it's been 3 years I live in the UK for my studies. I'm soon 19 years old and I'm studying Communication and Psychology at Concordia University. I'm looking for a room near Concordia with a budget of 500-750$ per month. I have moved many times in differents countries therefore I am open-minded and an easy-going girl who loves music, photography and good laughs with friends. I would like to move in from the mid-end of August.  Thanks !

Looking for office clerk--Wonder Travel Downtown

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Communicate with the customers by phone or in person in the office. Arrange the tour sechedule for the customers. Make booking for the customers by phone or in the office.

Looking for a Roomate

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Hi! My name is Mariam. I'm from Peru (being in Montreal for 3 years now). I'm studying Computer Science. I'm looking for a roommate who will like to rent a place near Concordia University (SGW). My budget is 500-600$ per month. I am planning to move between mid-August to August 26 at the latest (so we can start the fall semester with a head start and without worries related to moving).  Contact me if you are interested so we can meet in person and find an apartment together. Thank you!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

THE PEOPLE'S POTATO IS HIRING

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The primary activity of the People’s Potato is to serve daily vegan lunch to about 500 people on the Concordia University SGW campus. The People’s Potato is a worker-run organization where decisions are made collectively. Collective members both guide and execute the vision of the organization.Individuals hired will cook, clean, and pick up food donations; many tasks require heavy lifting. Collective members will take on a variety of these 3 to 5-hour shifts each week (4-5 shifts for full-timers or 2-3 for part-timers) and will participate in committee work such as organizing workshops, coordinating volunteers, stocking and organizing the kitchen, etc. Committee work will be determined based on the Collective’s current needs while taking into consideration the interests and skills of the new hires.Contracts typically begin mid-August, end mid-May and are renewed on a yearly basis. We are seeking applicants who are able to make at least a one year commitment. Work schedules are flexible; however collective members are expected to be available most weekdays between 8:30am and 3:30pm. Additionally, we have a weekly collective meeting, of which the day will be decided together, that is usually scheduled from 3:30pm - 5:30pm on a weekday. Some committee work can be done from home.For more information, details, and to apply:https://www.peoplespotato.com/news-and-events/the-peoples-potato-is-hiri...

Education and Engagement Coordinator

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Hours: 18-20 hours/weekCompensation: $15/hrTimeline:  One year with potential to extend Accountable to: Sustainable Concordia Board of Directors and Coordinators Application deadline: Saturday August 4th, 2018, 5PM Contract: August 13, 2018 – August 2019 Please fill out this form as your application to the position.For any question or request, please email the Sustainable Concordia General Coordinator at office [at] sustainableconcordia.ca. CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE HERE TO APPLY: http://sustainableconcordia.ca/position/edu-engagement-2018/Position Overview The Education & Engagement coordinator organizes and creates programming, educational materials, training, and research to improve the awareness and capacities of Concordia’s diverse student population. The incumbent will engage students to address issues around sustainability globally and locally through popular education programming and the dissemination of resources. The Coordinator is also responsible for assisting other Coordinators with administrative duties, institutional work, and wider decision-making. About Sustainable Concordia (SC) We are an organization that builds and measures culture and practices of sustainability at Concordia University in solidarity with the global community. We believe that fundamental changes need to be implemented. We assess and address challenges of the existing economy based on unlimited growth and exploitation of natural resources and the political system that excludes key stakeholders from participating in decision-making.By acting locally and networking globally, we achieve sustainability by exploring, creating, and institutionalizing models that function within the earth’s carrying capacity.We aim to enact and expanded political mission for the university, and redirect decision-making through a multi-stakeholder approach based on transparency and maximum participation. Sustainable Concordia acknowledges that our society does not value and respect all people equally. Our equity policy is structured to recognize barriers to formal learning and employment opportunities that leave out systemically marginalized and undervalued social groups. Accordingly, we encourage applications from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) persons, persons with disabilities, queer persons, trans persons, and other groups that are usually overlooked in hiring processes. If you wish to be considered for employment equity, please indicate in the box on the form. Note: We do not require applicants to disclose the reasons for which they are applying for employment equity. Responsibilities 

  • Recruiting, training, and supervising for internships and other volunteering needs
  • Oversee volunteer management, recruitment, and retention strategies alongside other coordinators and board members
  • Developing and organizing educational materials, workshops and events
  • Building programming for the organization alongside other coordinators and board members
  • Managing volunteers supporting events and initiatives throughout the year
  • Networking within the Concordia community to facilitate partnerships for future events and campaigns
  • Community outreach to maintain and build relationships with groups in Montreal that work on social, environmental, and economic justice
  • Liaise with community agencies regarding workshop requests
  • Attending weekly Sustainable Concordia Coordinators Meetings and monthly Education & Engagement Committee Meetings
  • Maintaining our Resource Library, including the promotion of the space, soliciting of new materials, maintenance and physical space, and being the point person for community members taking out and returning materials
  • Lead research and development on Organizing Sustainability, a workshops series on community organizing through the lens of race, gender, and class

 

Design and Communications coordinator at...

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Hours: 18-20 hours/weekCompensation: $15/hrTimeline:  One year with potential to extend Accountable to: Sustainable Concordia Board of Directors and Coordinators Application deadline: Saturday August 4th, 2018, 5PM Contract: August 13, 2018 – August 2019 Please fill out this form as your application to the position. Do not forget to attach to your CV and portfolio during the process.For any question or request, please email the Sustainable Concordia General Coordinator at office [at] sustainableconcordia.ca.CHECK OUT WEBSITE HERE TO APPLY: http://sustainableconcordia.ca/position/design-com-2018/  Position SummaryThe role of the Communications & Design Coordinator is to create and maintain the visual and web presence of SC. The Coordinator will be responsible for creating common outreach materials as well as ongoing campaign materials.  Alongside an intern, the coordinator will also be in charge of overseeing and planning SC’s social media and communication strategy. As they will be a part of the larger sustainability community at Concordia, the Coordinator will help when needed and as time allows in assisting other groups with their design needs.About Sustainable Concordia (SC) We are an organization that builds and measures culture and practices of sustainability at Concordia University in solidarity with the global community. We believe that fundamental changes need to be implemented. We assess and address challenges of the existing economy based on unlimited growth and exploitation of natural resources and the political system that excludes key stakeholders from participating in decision-making.By acting locally and networking globally, we achieve sustainability by exploring, creating, and institutionalizing models that function within the earth’s carrying capacity.We aim to enact and expanded political mission for the university, and redirect decision-making through a multi-stakeholder approach based on transparency and maximum participation.Sustainable Concordia acknowledges that our society does not value and respect all people equally. Our equity policy is structured to recognize barriers to formal learning and employment opportunities that leave out systemically marginalized and undervalued social groups. Accordingly, we encourage applications from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) persons, persons with disabilities, queer persons, trans persons, and other groups that are usually overlooked in hiring processes. If you wish to be considered for employment equity, please indicate in the box on the form. Note: We do not require applicants to disclose the reasons for which they are applying for employment equity. Task Descriptions: 

  • Guide the team according to a yearly communication strategy
  • Create outreach / promotional material including posters, social media cover photos, multi-page layouts, brochures, certificates etc.
  • Maintain and update functionality of the SC WordPress website
  • Guide social media strategies, and oversee social media intern
    • Curate blog content
    • Collaborate on outreach, such as a newsletter
    • Create social media guidelines
  • Curate and design the monthly newsletters
  • Coordinate outreach needs (photographers, videographers, bloggers..)
  • Maintain a guide for standardized SC fonts, colors, etc. and digital filing system for logos
  • Attend weekly Sustainable Concordia Coordinators meetings
  • Attend Sustainable Concordia Board of Director meetings when required, as well as Outreach committee meetings
  • Collaborate with other coordinators in day-to-day operations of the organization including, but not limited to, meeting preparation and facilitation, board – coordinator relations, Annual General Meeting and retreat planning, Participatory Budgeting processes, etc
  • Assist other student groups with web and graphic design help when appropriate
  • Offer training to other campus organizations on web, graphic design, and other workshops offered by the organization

  

2 1/2 - Downtown Furnished Studio

$695
695.00

ALL INC....Avail. Sept. 1st. Roomy studio, ground level....sleep area is seperate to the room.near laundry facility, very private; Because its on the ground level, in summer it s cool. Has a direct access to the courtyard....mins from Concordia; McGill. 747 bus on the street.;Great neighbours; There s a double bed and a double futon so suitable for 1 or 2 people. NB: Photos avail.

Cozy Studio / Downtown & Furnished - 1 1/2

$650
650.00

Cozy little studio on the 1st floor, private, great furniture, with a small balcony looking on the courtyard...only mins walk to Concordi, the Lucien Lallier metro & the 747 bus.....12 mins to McGill. Heat/elec reasonable, nice neighbours. AVILABLE sept 1st

Downtown One Bedrm furnished 3rd floor

$775
775.00

Great bright one bedrm in beautiful old building 5 mins from Concordia/12 minutes from McGill....2 mins to Lucien Laller.subway...has everything. Avail...sept or Oct./18.