We are Safeway parking  and manage the parking and valet service at the Marriott Chateau Champlain Hotel downtown. We are looking for people with a valid Canadian drivers license in good standing who can drive an automatic and or manual vehicle.  The job is to receive hotel guests who take the valet service and then drive/park their cars in the underground garage.

Salon Expérience Internationale Représentant...


Deadline for submitting an application form: ASAP.The International Experience Fair, held annually in Toronto and Montreal, offers students the opportunity to learn about the various study, work and volunteer opportunities abroad. Participants can network with exhibitors from more than 100 countries around the world; they can also attend information seminars and learn about the best ways to maximize their experience abroad.This year's event will be held on September 23, 2018 and we are currently recruiting campus representatives.  The responsibilities of the campus representative include:

  • Represent the International Experience Fair for events on campus (orientation week, student fairs, job fair, etc.)
  • Serve as a liaison between the International Experience Fair and students and student groups
  • Help with the distribution of promotional materials on campus (posters, postcards, etc.)

Youth Co-op Coordinator


Under the supervision of the Program Director and Assistant Program Director, the Youth Co-op Coordinator supervises all members selected and ensures the proper functioning of the cooperative. Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Establish a process for selecting participants (information sessions and interviews)
  • Plan and implement training workshops to youth
  • Oversee youth in the establishment and development of their cooperative
  • Accompany youth in research and implementation of contracts
  • Attend all necessary meetings including but not limited to different community organizations (i.e. CJS)
  • Build positive relationships with youth co-op members by creating a welcoming and structured environment
  • Intervene effectively in conflict situations when necessary and teach youth how to resolve conflicts autonomously
  • Teach the youth tools to be able to build on their independence in order to run the CJS on their own
  • Coordinate larger contracts
  • Produce a report of all activities at the end of the project
  • Promote positive individual and group behaviour


  • Have been registered as a student in 2017-2018 and be returning to school in September 2018.
  • Study in one the followings fields: social work, leisure intervention technique, special care counseling, communication or any other appropriate field (University diploma).
  • Training or appropriate experience in animation with youth 12 to 18 years of age is an asset.
  • Knowledge of community organizations is an asset.
  •  Ability to communicate in French and English (written, oral and verbal).
  • Be available to attend a 3-day intensive training on the development of a work cooperative (May 23-25)
  • Flexible, reliable, independent, mature
  • First-Aid & CPR certification is an asset
  •  Experience working with ethno-cultural communities an asset.
  •  Strong organization skills, ability to delegate, multi-tasking, time management and computer skills (ex. Microsoft Word, Excel)

 Job Conditions:

  • 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm. Some flexibility required
  • Available for the entire duration of the contract starting May 22nd and ending August 10th
  • Salary for this position is $16.00 per hour paid every two weeks.

 Submission deadline: May 4th, 2018, 5:00pmPlease send your CV, letter of intent and two references to:Darnell Jones, Program DirectorEmail: darnelljones [at] 

Tall hardworking student needed to wash walls...


I am retired and can no longer reach parts of my duplex to clean. This is not easy work as it involves cleaning walls and windows, (inside only). If things work out, and you are interested, the job could continue on and off including a bit of gardening and proper cleaning once  a month, but not tthe heavy work of the first time.  I am sensitive to artificial scents so no cologne please.  I live two blocks from Loyola Campus so hours can be decided on to be  mutually convenient.

Temporary Position - Academic Researcher (2018)


Type of Position: Temporary (part-time - between 10 to 20 hours/week)

Start Date: 21-05-2018

End Date: 30-09-2018

Salary/Hourly Rate: 17.87$/h (After June 1st 18.20$/h)


Part of the CSU’s mandate is to conduct research, develop argumentation, and produce educational materials for its members on issues relevant to students and related to academic affairs. Under the supervision of the Academic & Advocacy Coordinator, the Academic Researcher will be responsible for researching issues, writing reports and developing argumentation. These will be utilized in the production of argumentation, reports, and popular education documents relevant to representation on academic bodies within the University and other academic issues.


Responsibilities include:

Under the supervision of the Academic and Advocacy Coordinator, this person will:

  • Research issues, write reports and develop argumentation as required by the Academic and Advocacy Coordinator
  • Gather relevant information from 1st, 2nd and 3rd party sources
  • Compile and analyze the data to generate reports and develop argumentation
  • Research information to be used in CSU pamphlets, flyers, infographics, and educational materials as well as for internal CSU operations and services (as needed)
  • Collaborate in the composition of flyers, pamphlets, reports, and other information materials required for outreach with external bodies or for campaigns purposes and internal University bodies;
  • Perform other related duties.

Applications must include
- Cover letter and CV


How to Apply:
Send your application to Please title your email "Academic Researcher - 2018"

Students applying must be available to work an average of 10 to 20 hours per week.

How to Apply: Email your CV, a detailed Cover Letter, and a Class schedule (if applicable) to with the title "Academic Researcher 2018".


Deadline to apply: 15-05-2018 at 11:59pm

Go Global Expo - CAMPUS REP


The Go Global Expo is Canada’s largest meaningful travel event.  Taking place each year in Toronto and Montreal, it offers students the chance to learn about opportunities to go abroad to work, volunteer or study.  The expo hosts exhibitors that offer opportunities in more than 100 countries, and offers a range of seminars for students interested in exploring their options for travelling overseas.This year’s Go Global Expo in Montreal will take place on Sunday, September 23rd, 2018.As Campus Rep at your university, you will help spread the word about the Go Global Expo to students who may be interested in going overseas. You'll work with expo staff, network with internationally-minded students and faculty, and make connections with people who have travelled abroad or want to travel abroad. Responsibilities

  • Represent the Go Global Expo at on-campus events (frosh week, student fairs, career fairs, sporting events, etc) leading up to the expo
  • Help with the distribution of Go Global promotional material on campus, including handing out postcards and hanging posters
  • Spread the word to students/student groups via email
  • Suggest and implement creative ways to spread the word on campus
  • Pre-register students to attend the expo
  • Promote the event via your own social media (including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) and campus networks
  • Help the event to run smoothly on expo day
  • Submit weekly reports to expo staff

HIRING - General Coordinator at Sustainable...


Hours: 25 hours/week (with flexible scheduling)Compensation: $15/hourincreases with inflation if contract is renewed; additional increases dependent on performance review from Coordinator teamApplication deadline: May 6th, 2018 11:59pm Start Date: May 14th, 2018Please submit your Cover Letter and CV as one document (preferably PDF) to office{at}sustainableconcordia.caTasks and Responsibilities 

  • Coordinate Board of Directors in collaboration with the Chairperson of the Board
  • Chair the Human Resources committee and maintain Evaluation and hiring processes
  • Chair the Governance Committee and bottom-line any policy/governance work
  • Build connections with community stakeholders in order to move SC’s mission, vision, and guiding principles forward
  • Represent Sustainable Concordia’s priorities, mission, vision, and guiding principles on various university and student government committees (CSU/ASFA/CCSL/SAF/etc.)
  • Actively participate in Sustainability Governance Framework subcommittees and assist in developing advocacy strategies alongside other student representatives and stakeholders
  • Create and maintain yearly action plans for the organization by synthesizing collective 
  • Liaise with various university stakeholders to advocate on SC’s behalf
  • Organize organizational development retreats 
  • Lead planning for Annual General Meeting and Yearly Report 
  • Lead projects and initiatives in collaboration with other coordinators as needed/desired
  • Act as Sustainable Concordia’s official booking officer and assist in planning events with other Coordinators
  • Liaise with University Security officials to maintain keylists and accessibility of the Z-Annex space
  • Coordinate booking of Z-Annex collective meeting spaces (boardroom, meeting rooms)
  • Collaborate with other organizations in the Z-Annex to maintain and organize the cleanliness and organization of student spaces
  • Work to maintain non-hierarchical and consensus-based culture of the organization 

TRAC is Hiring! Database and Organizational...


The Teaching and Research Assistants at Concordia (TRAC) Union is currently looking to hire a summer intern to assist the TRAC Executive Committee to complete the database related to teaching and research assistants at Concordia University from past years and apply data analytics. The process


includes data cleansing, database development, and data analysis. This position is funded by la Fédération des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec (FTQ).



$20.00/hour, 20-30 hrs/week, contract from June 1st, 2018 to August 31st, 2018. Applications send via Facebook will not be considered.





- Clean large volumes of data


- Develop a central powerful database


- Analyze large volumes of data


- Apply data analytics to further our collective understanding of changing trends in contract attributions by Concordia


- Provide a detailed report of the data analysis


- Simplify and visualize results for mass consumption by non-technical audiences across TRAC and Concordia


- Provide key insights and solutions that lead to improved working conditions for our members


- Attend meetings with the TRAC Executive Committee


- Attend a FTQ training


- Other related tasks






Please submit your CV and cover letter to Ms. Eunbyul Park (TRAC Mobilization and Communication Officer) by email at Please note that only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.



Application Deadline: Tuesdays, April 24, 2018


2100 Rue Mackay


Montréal, QC H3G 2J1

counter person at Presse Cafe downtown montreal


The job entitles serving customers, preparing specialized coffee, iced coffee, smoothies, use the cash register, use the dishwasher, help in the kitchen, clean the coffee shop...etcSalary is $12.00 + tips + 50% discount for lunch + coffee for free

Programmeur, Google API


A la recherche d'un programmeur à Montreal pour un projet sur une application de géo-localisation. Ce projet est estimé avoir une duration de 15-20 heures mais nous espérons développer une relation de long-terme.  

Day Camp Counselor


 Position Title: Day Camp CounsellorCompany: MacDonald Day CampLocation: 5389 Earnscliffe ave, Montreal, QC H3X 2P8, CanadaStatus: Full-time/ SeasonalDescription:We are looking for dynamic and responsible candidates for MacDonald Day Camp’s Summer 2018! If you have experience working with children, are enthusiastic about planning and organizing activities and want to help create the best possible summer for kids ages 5- 12 then we are looking for you!Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Be responsible for a group of children
  • Plan and implement daily activities
  • Organize and facilitate weekly outing within the Montreal area
  • Work with and help teach C.I.Ts and volunteers within your group
  • Be punctual and organized
  • Be responsible for planning and running (1) theme day throughout the summer
  • Attend all out of camp outings
  • Actively participate in all activities with children
  • Lead by example
  • Ensure safety and needs of campers

Qualifications and Required Abilities:

  • Certified in CPR and first aid training
  • Experience working with children between the ages of 5-13
  • Enthusiastic and dynamic personality
  • Experience planning and running programs
  • Leadership abilities and good communication skills


  • Must be above 18 years old
  • Bilingual (English/French)- additional languages are an asset
  • Available to work from June 26 –August 10, 2018
  • Attend all scheduled meetings and trainings

To apply:Please send your CV to: Coordinator [at]



Depuis quatre ans, l'arrondissement de Ville-Marie présente une programmation estivale riche en activité de tous genres au square Cabot. Parmi ces activités, Les mardis créatifs au square cabot proposent aux citoyens d'explorer les multiples facettes de l'art. Cette année, nous comptons sur vos talents pour nous proposer des activités originales et de qualités. Assisté par des animateurs de la Ville, vous serez appelé à planifier et à réaliser une activité artistique permettant l'exploration d'un processus de création et d'un savoir-faire artistique. L'activité s'adresse à une clientèle multiculturelle, aux familles, aux touristes, aux nouveaux arrivants et aux travailleurs fréquentant le square Cabot.