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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.

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. 

Hockey Superfans WANTED!

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Data Entry and Sports Video AnalystCome work for the team that's boldly redefining the games you love. From Hockey and Soccer to Football, Sportlogiq is at the forefront of the sport analytics revolution. We provide data-backed insights into team and player performance on a game-by-game basis. Join us in supplying the most accurate description of the game in real time.What you'll do:You will be analyzing the game and making sure that the data is accurate. By precision and objectively breaking down each play, you will be able to learn more about your machine and learn more about it. A dedication to detail and accuracy, and an excitement for sports can go a long way!What you need: ● Inclination for precision and detail● Willingness to learn ● Available to work days, nights, and weekends -● A valid work permit which permits for more than 25 hours of work a week● Hockey is an asset! Please make mention of any prior experience in hockey or your CV or cover letter.What we offer: ● Full and Part-time positions available (minimum 25 hours / week)● A comprehensive training program● $ 15- $ 17 / hour ● Bonuses based on quality of work● Contract position until June 15, 2020.

Hiring External Coordinator

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Position Description:The External Coordinator’s primary tasks will be to inform and mobilize Concordia students, engage and recruit new volunteers, create partnerships and collaborations with like­ minded student groups and outside organizations, develop programming, and work on campaigns. Supported by the Internal coordinator, CFM coordinator, and Mother Hubbard’s cook, the External coordinator will create marketing and promotional material, and develop the organization’s social media presence. The External coordinator must be driven and able to work autonomously while ensuring they are meeting the goals and expectations set out by CFC Board of Directors.Main Tasks & Responsibilities:Education & Engagement-Develop and document core programming on an annual basis including but not limited to: Bite ME! our week long orientation in September, the Transitions conference (Winter semester), and Fee-Levy Advocacy Community special events-Promote expanded learning and partnerships with community organizations outside of campus-Attend weekly Food Autonomy Campaign meetings, contribute to the development of strategic goals and campaign activities, and conduct research on community organizing-Recruit and retain volunteers, ensuring meaningful volunteer experiences-Engage and mobilize students and faculty through outreach, attending events, tabling, etc-Promote campus food security initiatives-Outreach and maintain relationships with groups on and off campus working in food security, sustainable agriculture, advocacy, and policy-Help lead weekly community kitchen: menu development, grocery shopping, cooking, packing food, clean-up, distribution, promotion-Update WebsiteSocial Media and Promotional Materials:-Along with other coordinators: create and implement a social media plan for the academic year that includes all internal events (i.e Annual General Meeting and Mother Hubbard’s)-Develop educational materials for social media posts about campus, local, and international food system issues (i.e food security programs on campus or national food policies)-Use software such as Canva to create outreach materials such as facebook banners for events, instagram images, and flyersSupervision:-Offer support to Farmers Market coordinator, help at markets when necessary, giving advice-Offer support to Mother Hubbard’s cook by helping with initial training and offering kitchen support when necessaryInternal Tasks:-Communicate and work closely with staff and board of directors on strategic planning, organizational growth, and events-Attend meetings and help organize: monthly BoD meetings, bi-weekly coordinator meetings, FLAC (rotating), Z-Annex (rotating), Action Research (rotating), Food -Advisory Working Group, and more as necessary-Provide supervision and support to Farmer’s Market Coordinator and Mother Hubbard’s cook-Maintain timesheet, provide monthly reports to BoD-Develop annual general meeting with coordinators and BoD-Develop annual visioning program with staff, BoD, and core community members-Act as a spokesperson for the organization by writing press releases, staying informed on issues, and building relationships with journalistsThe Concordia Food Coalition believes in Employment Equity. We recognize and welcome the diverse experiences and unique contributions that individuals from marginalized and oppressed communities can bring to our organization and we invite these individuals to apply for this position. Applicants are welcome, but by no means obligated, to share any information related to being considered for Employment Equity. All personal information shared with the CFC will remain confidential.To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to internal [at] concordiafoodcoalition.com. Deadline to apply is June 3rd, 2019 at midnight. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

SHIPPING CLERK

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

Project Intern - CSU Off-Campus Housing and...

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Want to support with the development of accessible, affordable, democratically-run student housing? Interested in co-ops and the social economy? Have skills in research, communications, and project management? The CSU is hiring a student to support The Woodnote cooperative over the summer with policy development, communications, and preparing for the project’s upcoming launch of the call-for-applications.

Type of Position: seasonal (full-time)

Salary/Hourly Rate: $15.00/hr, 35 hours a week with some flexibility

Length of contract: 7 weeks (245 hours)

Deadline to Apply: 2018-05-19 at 11:59 PM

Location: HOJO, Hall-224, Concordia SGW Campus

Position summary: The Project Intern will assist

The Woodnote provisional committee and HOJO staff in research, communications, and strategic planning for The Woodnote Housing Cooperative project. The position includes the planning of a retreat for committee members and staff, as well as developing a presentation for the participation in the North American Students of Cooperation summit in Waterloo. The intern will also support with communications, policy development, project management, and research.

Responsibilities:

The Woodnote Cooperative has the mission to facilitate accessible, affordable, and democratically-run housing for Concordia students. Opening in the summer of 2020, the cooperative will house up to 144 students in a cooperative setting. The Project Intern will offer essential support to the provisional committee in the development of policies, procedures, and projects to advance the cooperative. The student will contribute to policy development through conducting research and writing. Through their research, they will connect to a network of other cooperative and social economy projects. The intern will also collaborate with the committee support staff in the planning and organizing of two events: a workshop at The North American Students of Cooperation Student Leadership Summit and a committee retreat. The intern will also act as a brand ambassador for The Woodnote, representing The Woodnote through tabling, presenting workshops, and conferences. The intern will also support with communications and the implementation of the committee’s marketing plan, helping to increase visibility in preparation for the call for applications. The intern will be responsible for regularly contributing to The Woodnote’s social media platforms including facebook, instagram, and a mailchimp newsletter. They will also contribute to developing content for The Woodnote’s website and online application process. The intern will work collaboratively with The Woodnote provisional committee, the two CSU support members, the HOJO Manager, as well as a support member from UTILE.

Music Exploration Counsellor (Concordia-YMCA...

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CLICK HERE TO VIEW AD: http://www.concordia.ca/content/dam/finearts/docs/ymca/FR_ENG%20-%20Moni...(trice)%20Specialis%C3%A9s%20Music%20Exploration,%20Camp%20de%20jour%20-%20Concordia.pdf POSITION OVERVIEW The YMCAs of Québec day camps offer fun‐filled activities that are both physically and intellectually stimulating. The Y has long been known for its child development and youth programs for children. Our activities are designed with the needs and interests of each age group in mind. Our high‐quality day camp programs are offered to numerous children at eight of our Y centers. This new YMCA-Concordia Fine Arts camp combines Concordia’s Fine Arts expertise with the YMCAs of Québec’s long camp tradition to allow kids to immerse themselves in the arts and discover new modes of expression and creation. The various programs offered are in fines arts, theater, dance & music, for young people from 5 to 17 years old. Reporting to the Camp Coordinator team, our Specialized Music Counsellors work with children aging from 5 to 12. They deliver a fun and safe camp experience through the planning and animation of age‐appropriate music-oriented programming (introduction to piano, strings, percussion, choral singing, and various musical concepts). They participate in the full life of camp as well as establish and maintain positive relationships with the children, parents and the camp team. RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plans, coordinates and animates fun and age‐appropriate musical-oriented programming for his/her group in collaboration with his/her co‐Counsellor.
  • Ensures that children are safely supervised at all times and that the camp environment is always safe, secure and clean.
  • Communicates regularly with parents, and responds to parent’s inquiries and questions in a prompt and courteous manner to maintain positive relationship with them and their children
  • Attends and participates in all required camp meetings and trainings, including weekly staff meetings and welcome telephone calls.
  • Adhere to the YMCA’s Child Protection Policies and Procedures. QUALIFICATIONS
  • 18 years of age + by the first day of camp.
  • Experience working with children and youth.
  • Experience leading musical group workshops and / or teaching the basics of music & instruments (piano, violin, ukulele, guitar, percussion)
  • In progress or completion of a university degree in a related field of study (Fines arts, Music, Arts Education, Child Development, Education, Leisure Studies, Psychology )(an asset)
  • Experience working in a residential or day camp (an asset).
  • CPR and First Aid Certification (an asset).
  • Proficiency in French and English.
  • Have no criminal record in connection with employment.

 Location: Concordia University – Downtown campus Status: Seasonal Salary starting at $13.50 per hour Schedule: Monday to Friday - 35 to 40 hours per week Mandatory training dates: June 7th, 8th and 9th & June 17th to 21st 2019 Employment Start date: June 25 th to July 25 2019

Work at Trail's End Camp this summer!

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CAMP ART DIRECTOR – JOB DESCRIPTIONThe art program at Trail’s End Camp provides campers with an alternative way for campers to express themselves. The Trail’s End Camp’s arts & craft program is based on having fun through creativity and inspiration. We encourage our campers to express themselves through their artwork, including dance, theatre, song, and art projects. Campers are exposed to various areas of art and taught different techniques and skills, which they can build on. An important aspect of our program is to provide group art activities for the campers to socialize and make new friends. Our mission is to provide the best tools to allow the campers to feel comfortable, safe and enjoy the activities they will be participating in throughout summer.Tasks and responsibilities that the Art Director will be asked to carry out include:* To encourage the campers to build their self-esteem through the creativity in their artwork* To allow campers to develop skills in different areas of art*To provide intellectual development through art activities* To promote team building and socialization through group art activities* Lead general art activities on a daily basis* Plan activities based on age groups and skill of campers* Facilitate art workshops that are challenging, creative, and inspiring* Supervise campers during the art activities (basketry, pottery, knitting, etc.)* Ensure that the lesson plans are written and activities are suitable* Assume responsibility for art supplies and space, keep equipment in good condition*Examples of activities: Four Word Letter Pop Art, Clay Self-Awareness, Outdoor Water Color Painting, Crayon Scratch Cards, Shading workshop, Comic collage, etc.    TITLE: Camp Counselor  TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT Temporary/Contractual position. You must attend a staff meeting at the Montreal office in June. Staff Training begins the week of June 26. REPORTING TO Camp Director(s)CCS Camping Coordinator Assistant Director Leadership Team  PRIME OBJECTIVE Responsible for the care and supervision of a group of 10-16 boys or girls in a cabin or tent. During the course of a day, responsible for getting the children up, dressed and ready for the day, responsible for getting camper group ready and to their meals, activities and putting them to bed at night. Plan and animate recreational and instructional activities for the campers that are both fun and safe. They have to do their best to ensure that the children have a fun and healthy camping experience.  QUALIFICATIONS  17 years of age before July 1st of this year  Have First aid / CPR training (asset)  Desire and ability to work with children outdoors  RESPONSIBILITIES  Attend pre-camp training workshops and regular staff meetings as required.  Set a good example for campers and others including following camp rules and guidelines, cleanliness, punctuality, sharing, cleanup, sportsmanship, and table manners.  Carry out established roles in enforcing camp safety regulations  Promote high camper morale.  Teaching or leading an activity as assigned. Assist in camp related activities as required.  Maintain good communication with Leadership Team (ex: report any concerns so that they may contact parent/guardian if necessary)  Work with other groups, participating in activities and provide necessary instructions to campers  Observe camper behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and apply appropriate behavior management techniques.  Assist campers in the prevention of and in emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury)  Help with the loading and unloading of buses and camp clean up  Possess the strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.    Help with the inventory and storage of equipment, cleaning/inspection report of all structures at camp closing.  KEY ATTRIBUTES  Love of the outdoors and of children.  Creativity: Lead camp activities but also have a wealth of activity ideas. Be prepared to brainstorm and plan.  Tirelessness: This is a 24-hour per day job and you will constantly be on the move.  Patience: Working with children on this type of schedule requires more patience than you can imagine  Flexibility: Things often don’t go as planned – are you able to keep smiling and adjust?  Positive attitude: Rain or shine, tired or energetic, planned or winging it, keeping a positive attitude is essential.  Fun-Loving Spirit: Summer camp is about fun; if you’re having fun, the staff and more important your campers will to too.  Responsibility: You are responsible for the health and well being of your campers at all times.  Sense of Humor: Dealing with the hectic pace of camp requires the ability to laugh at yourself and the world around you.  Ability to relate to peers and accept guidance and supervision  Ability to teach and assist in various camp activities  Good character, integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm, sense of humor and patience  This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job, work schedule, and/or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g., emergencies, changes in personnel, workloads, rush jobs)    TITLE: Interventionist / Behaviour Technician  CCS – Trail’s End Camp TERMS OF EMPLOYMENTTemporary/Contractual position.You must attend a staff meeting at the Montreal office in June. Staff Training begins the week of June 26th. REPORTING TOCamp Director(s) / CCS Camping CoordinatorAssistant DirectorLeadership Team PRIME OBJECTIVEResponsible for proper care and intervention during crisis situations at our residential camp. During the course of a day, responsible for intervening during camper conflicts as they arise in order to ensure a safe and positive environment for all. When issues arise, the interventionist must plan and implement team building/ conflict resolution activities in order to resolve issue. Furthermore, the Interventionist is responsible for implementing a success plan that caters to the camper’s individual needs. Overall, they have to do their best to ensure that the children have a fun and healthy camping experience. QUALIFICATIONS· Have First aid / CPR training (asset)· Desire and ability to work with children outdoors· Have at least 2 years of experience working with children in a conflict intervention role RESPONSIBILITIES· Attend pre-camp training workshops and regular staff meetings as required.· Observe camper dynamics in order to prevent conflict and promote high camper morale.· If conflict arises, intervene and cooperatively find a resolution for the issue at hand.· Observe camper behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and apply appropriate behavior management techniques.· Creating and implementing a success plan that caters to the individual needs of the camper based on observations of behaviour patterns. From there, the interventionist must find solutions that arespecific to the camper to ensure long-term success.· Maintain good communication with Camp Director (ex: report any concerns so that they may contact parent/guardian if necessary)· As part of the Leadership Team, set an appropriate example for the rest of staff, including following camp rules and being present when aid is required.· Set a good example for campers and others including following camp rules and guidelines, cleanliness, punctuality, sharing, cleanup, sportsmanship, and table manners.   · Carry out established roles in enforcing camp safety regulations· Assist campers in the prevention of and in emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury)· Help with the loading and unloading of buses and camp clean up· Conduct appropriate written and verbal reports to ensure follow-up with issues, as well as to keep the Camp Director aware of situations.  KEY ATTRIBUTES· Previous experience working with children and intervening during conflict situations (at least 2 years)· High level of organizational skills.· Ability to work effectively (both autonomously and as part of a team).· Responsibility: You are responsible for the health and well being of the campers.· Love of the outdoors and children.· Creativity: Lead camp activities but also have a wealth of activity ideas. Be prepared to brainstorm and plan.· Tirelessness: This is a 24-hour per day job and you will constantly be on the move.· Patience: Working with children on this type of schedule requires more patience than you can imagine· Flexibility: Things often don’t go as planned – are you able to keep smiling and adjust?· Positive attitude: Rain or shine, tired or energetic, planned or winging it, keeping a positive attitude is essential.· Fun-Loving Spirit: Summer camp is about fun; if you’re having fun, the staff and more important your campers will to too.· Sense of Humor: Dealing with the hectic pace of camp requires the ability to laugh at yourself and the world around you.· Ability to relate to peers and accept guidance and supervision· Ability to teach and assist in various camp activities· Good character, integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm, sense of humor and patience This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job, work schedule, and/or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g., emergencies, changes in personnel, workloads, rush jobs)   Job Title:  Nature Director  Trail’s End Camp  TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT Temporary/Contractual position. You must be available from June 1st on an “as required” by CCS basis for training programs and to familiarize yourself with the camp program.  From June 29th to August 12th on the campsite fulfilling responsibilities.  REPORTING TO Manager of Youth & Camping ServicesCamp DirectorAssistant DirectorProgram DirectorLeadership Team PRIME OBJECTIVE Responsible for planning, preparing, leading and coordinating all Nature projects for the various age levels of campers. Responsible for the care and supervision of a group of 12- 16 boys or girls during Nature Activity. Responsible for the participation and help in preparation of all camp activities. QUALIFICATIONS  17 years of age before July 1st of this year Have First aid / CPR training (asset) Desire and ability to work with children outdoors RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Before camp starts, plan projects and assist the Camp Program Director in ordering supplies.
  • Set up appropriate Nature area during staff training.
  • Teach staff their responsibilities in Nature activities during training.
  • Teach all Nature sessions for campers, adequately preparing in advance starting on time, and ensuring the proper use of equipment.
  • As the summer progresses, recommend additional purchase of materials and supplies to the Program Director, keeping the budget in mind.
  • Conduct initial and end-of-summer inventory of supplies and equipment.
  • Continually check equipment and be responsible for necessary repairs.
  • Clean and store all equipment after its final use of the day.
  • Be in constant search for new, creative projects.
  • Record and file a compilation of projects for future use.
  • Attend pre-camp training workshops and regular staff meetings as required.
  • Set a good example for campers and others including following camp rules and guidelines, cleanliness, punctuality, sharing, cleanup, sportsmanship, and table manners.
  • Carry out established roles in enforcing camp safety regulations
  •  Promote high camper morale.
  • Assist in camp related activities as required.
  • Maintain good communication with Leadership Team (ex: report any concerns so that they may contact parent/guardian if necessary)
  • Work with other groups, participating in activities and provide necessary instructions to campers
  • Observe camper behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and apply appropriate behavior management techniques.
  • Assist campers in the prevention of and in emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury)
  • Help with the loading and unloading of buses and camp clean up
  • Possess the strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

 KEY ATTRIBUTES  Love of the outdoors and of children. Creativity: Lead camp activities but also have a wealth of activity ideas. Be prepared to brainstorm and plan. Tirelessness: This is a 24-hour per day job and you will constantly be on the move. Patience: Working with children on this type of schedule requires more patience than you can imagine Flexibility: Things often don’t go as planned – are you able to keep smiling and adjust? Positive attitude: Rain or shine, tired or energetic, planned or winging it, keeping a positive attitude is essential. Fun-Loving Spirit: Summer camp is about fun; if you’re having fun, the staff and more important your campers will to too. Responsibility: You are responsible for the health and well being of your campers at all times. Sense of Humor: Dealing with the hectic pace of camp requires the ability to laugh at yourself and the world around you. Ability to relate to peers and accept guidance and supervision Ability to teach and assist in various camp activities Good character, integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm, sense of humor and patience This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job, work schedule, and/or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g., emergencies, changes in personnel, workloads, rush jobs) 

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. 

Residence Assistant (RA) positions

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We are looking for passionate, dedicated and caring Concordia students to join our amazing team of Resident Assistants (RA) for the 2019/20 school year at both the Loyola and Sir George Williams campuses.Working in Residence Life is a valuable way to build important leadership skills, help other students succeed socially and academically, and gives you a place to live while going to school.RAs inspire communities, plan events and lend an ear when needed. Let’s not forget that they also help create lifelong memories for residents and themselves. https://form.jotform.com/63354567199267  Job requirements 

  • Attend Residence Life training program beginning August 13, 2019 as well as all RA meetings, food committee meetings, trainings, and workshops during the academic year  
  • Follow a schedule of weekly/weekend duties and related responsibilities
  • Assist with the check-in/check-out of residents to/from Residence
  • Maintain a standard of conduct (personal and professional) and performance of duties commensurate with the position and its responsibilities
  • Be available to work minimum two duty shifts per week
  • Be prepared to spend at least 3 of every 4 weekends and at least 2 evenings in Residence outside of duty shifts
  • Work with the Manager, Residence Life or designate to plan, organize and implement educational and leisure programming
  • Plan holidays, on-duty schedules and time away from Residence with Community Facilitator
  • Be available to the residents on his/her floor
  • Act as a mediator and resource person to all residents
  • Maintain professional confidentiality
  • Complete paperwork promptly and efficiently
  • Maintaining and checking an active email account for communication with Manager, Residence Life
  • Adhere to and enforce all regulations concerning student conduct
  • Rely on training and department procedures in crisis/conflict intervention situations in crisis/conflict intervention situations
  • Consider this position as their only major source of employment
  • Complete all duties inherent to the position and those assigned by the Manager of Residence Life or designate
  • Commit 30 hours to other duties in support of the operation of the unit.

REMUNERATION:

  • This is a live-in position, so all rent fees during the the contract period are waived.
  • An on-campus meal plan
  • Documentation of this position on your Co-Curricular Record which supplements your official university transcript

 

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.