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WE’RE HIRING STUDENTS! Apply today for our upcoming call centre season — vie for one of the most rewarding jobs on campus! Student fundraisers are responsible for reaching out to Concordia alumni, parents, friends and students to request support for Concordia’s annual Community Campaign. Work with fellow students in a fun and relaxed team environment and gain a deeper understanding of Concordia, our organizational structure and the activities happening on our campuses. Interested?Submit your cover letter and CV to call.centre.alumni [at] (subject: MY%20STUDENT%20FUNDRAISER%20APPLICATION) . All successful candidates must:

  • be enrolled in full- or part-time studies at Concordia
  • be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • be able to commit to two part-time shifts per week.

 Don’t delay! We are looking to fill spots on our team for the upcoming semester. 

  • Advantages of becoming a student fundraiser
  • A way to give back to Concordia
  • Valuable experience with transferable skills
  • Flexible work hours on evenings and weekends
  • Conveniently located at our downtown Sir George Williams Campus
  • Great experience to add to your CV or grad school application
  • Competitive hourly wage with incentives and prizes

 For more information, visit our Community Campaign Call Centre page at 

Fund Development Director


Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre is seeking an experienced fundraising professional to continue to build on the Centre’s fundraising success in both annual giving and endowment funds. The Fund Development Director (FD) is a dynamic and seasoned fundraiser who understands and enjoys the science and art of fundraising. The FDD reports directly to the Board of Directors and works under the direct supervision of the Board Chair. In addition, the FDD works in collaboration with the Executive Director, the Tyndale St-Georges Foundation, as well as the Fundraising Committee Chair and the Special Events Committee Chair, in support of the mission of the Centre.Primary responsibilities:

  • Lead all categories of fund development including: foundations, corporations and individuals leading to the achievement of revenue budgets.
  • Coordinate, plan, and execute a fundraising plan and schedule of activities, including special events.
  • Cultivate and maintain key relationships with new and existing donors for raising significant new funds
  • Work closely with the Fundraising Committee Chair, the Special Events Committee Chair and the Foundation Chair in support of the Centre’s funding goals
  • Research and develop funding proposals and provide evaluation reports as required.
  • Ensure the accuracy and integrity of data entered in the database. Generate relevant reports, including monthly board reports regarding current and prospective donors.
  • Identify, recruit, and train fundraising volunteers.

 Job Conditions:

  • Salary commensurate with experience; competitive benefits package
  • Standard work week, with some evening and weekend hours

 Since 1927, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has served the residents of Little Burgundy, supporting them to overcome the systemic barriers of poverty and racism. We look for ways to join them as they advocate for themselves within the local and broader community and we support their efforts to build their confidence and realize their aspirations and individual potential. Please forward your letter of interest and CV by email to: jdintino [at]                Submission deadline: July 20, 2018 Tyndale St-Georges is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to hiringa workforce inclusive of the diverse population it serves. 

General labourer


General labourer needed to help with the finishes of a residential project. The job is for 3 to 4 weeks. 

Web Advertising Sales Consultant


You are passionate about sales, dynamic and talented? You want to surpass yourself and progress in a work environment that gives room for creativity and innovation? This job is for you.Job Description: You will be responsible for selling advertising space for our website. Conquer the target markets. Generate sales, using lists and proposed targets. Establish new business partnerships and develop a new clientele. Find new sales opportunities.Victoria 4 B Inc, the owner of the / website, has been established in the heart of St-Lambert since / is a bilingual information media on sales and promotions in Quebec and Canada.  / stands out for the diversity, richness and quality of its content and platforms (website, newsletter, mobile application, blog, social media). With us you will work in a company on a human scale that will allow you to realize your full potential. 

Game day event and facilities staff


Game day event and facilities staff We are looking for customer service oriented individuals who are energetic, enthusiastic and want to be part of the Stingers event management team. Experience in playing or coaching sports is an asset.Available positions:

  • Game Security
  • Hockey Goal Judge
  • Promotions Crew
  • Mascot
  • Ticket Seller
  • Canteen
  • Scoreboard Operator
  • Scorekeeper
  • Building Security/Laundry Room Attendant
  • Dome Staff
  • Maintenance

All positions are part-time and seasonalCandidates must be available and willing to work evenings and weekends, primarily Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Applicants must also be available for a mandatory staff meeting on September 8.Applicants must be bilingual and Concordia students.All candidates must fill out an application form and submit a CV with their application. Applications and CVs can be emailed to [at], faxed to 514-848-8637, or dropped off at Concordia’s Recreation and Athletics Department, 7200 Sherbrooke St. W.Applications are currently being accepted. The deadline to apply is August 3.Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Salon Expérience Internationale Représentant...


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

PSW - Personal Support Worker


Personal Support Workers (women) needed to assist a physically challenged non-verbal young woman in her family home and in the community. The support worker would be required to assist with communication (Tobii eye gaze technology) and socialization on outings in the community. To be able to plan and run engaging and interesting activities and outings. To provide personal care and assist in activities of daily living including transfers, toiletting, showering, dressing, and feeding, as well as ensuring medication administration.To be dynamic, energetic, punctual and responsible and have a strong work ethic.At least a one year commitment essential. Ideally one support worker but two support workers would be considered.Montreal area - near Plamondon metro.wage - $16/hr 26 hours weekly – Tuesdays 4:00-10:00 p.m., Wednesdays 4:00-10:00 p.m. Thursdays 4:00-11:00 p.m.Saturdays 10:00-5:00 p.m. Please send your resume to pswjob18 [at] 

The Hive is looking for a...


Finance & Administrative Coordinator Job Description Description:The administrative coordinator will work closely with the other coordinators, worker members, and the board of directors to help ensure the smooth operation of our organization. They are expected to be present at each Hive location on a regular basis. Their time will be spent between core tasks and special projects. Core tasks will take place on a regular basis and are essential to support other workers in the co-­op. They will also be the lead for a number of projects throughout their term designed to address specific organizational needs that will improve communication, efficiency, and the overall success of the organization. Subsequent projects to be undertaken will be decided upon by the coordinators and worker members, collectively.  Responsibilities: Administrative

  • Developing procedures/policy in collaboration with committee members
  • Ensure organizational documentation is up to date and organized
  • Coordinating bi-monthly coordinator meetings
  • Liaising with the board of directors
    • Including supporting of the the calling President/Secretary in organizing Board logistics such as calling of Board meetings
    • Attend Board meetings to present information and represent coordinator concerns
    • Sit on the Executive Committee to facilitate pressing decisions in between Board meeting
  • Chairing the finance committee meetings
    • Including the production of regular, accurate financial statements and calling of regular meetings
  • Act as secretary for the Human resources committee, including calling meetings and creating agendas.
  • Support all Coordinators when possible  
    • Work collaboratively with General Cafe Coordinator to ensure the smooth functioning of the Mezz and Loyola Cafe, including inventory, stocking, and deposits, as well as worker member support and coordination, as needed
    • Maintain a presence on the floor of the cafes to support Worker Members as needed
  • Maintain organisational calendar including government remittances and other filings (TPS/TVQ, CSST declarations, payroll remittances, etc).
  • Ensure organization information systems are functional
  • Maintain an accurate membership database
  • Ensure organization complies with cooperative law and any other necessary government regulations


  • Procure and organize relevant documentation for accounting system
    • Accounting bookkeeping and data entry of accounts payable and receivable
    • Prepare payments for suppliers
    • Coordinate accounts receivable, including creation of invoices, communication with clients, and financial tracking
    • Maintaining of organized and accurate accounting records
    • Account reconciliations and preparation of regular financial reports
  • Oversee year­-end review/audit
  • Liaise with suppliers
  • Oversee organization’s cash flow
  • Provide and make accessible financial information to other worker/user members
  • Ensure appropriate financial training within the organization
  • Prepare weekly deposits from sales
  • Provide financial evaluation of proposed projects and organizational changes
  • Budget development
  • Grant research and writing
  • Remit quarterly tax payments
  • Submit monthly MEV reports
  • Ensure all annual fees, including certifications and income taxes, are paid and up to date
  • Abide by Financial Policies

 Human Resources

  • Coordinate payroll, including production of ROE, T4 and RL1 slips
  • Oversee contracts/reviews  
  • Ensure human resource regulatory compliance


  • A love of food, a passion for food sovereignty, and a firm belief in the importance of sustainability
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; communication and listening skills
  • 2 years of related experience in bookkeeping/accounting
  • Experience with money management and budgeting
  • Experience with payroll processing and government filings, such as TPS/TVQ reporting and MEV submission
  • Familiarity with the cooperative business model.
  • Ability to function in a horizontal environment.
  • Ability to balance effective leadership skills with power-sharing abilities in a communal decision-making cooperative structure and empower all workers.
  • Strong organization skills, attention to detail, ability to prioritize workload, and multitasking
  • Financial competence including a clear understanding of margins, pricing and inventory management/controls techniques
  • Ethical conduct and responsibility -- sets a positive example and fulfills responsibilities with the highest integrity, ethics, and professionalism
  • Technical proficiency in POS software (Lightspeed), accounting software (SAGE 50), and payment processing technology
  • Technologically proficient in basic computer skills, including excel and word
  • .Experience in the food service industry

 Assets (recommended, but not required):

  • Degree, diploma or equivalent in business management or accounting.
  • Knowledge of product quality and variety, health and safety regulations, storage, and labeling.
  • Bilingualism (French/English)
  • Knowledge of, or a certificate for, Hygiene and Food Safety training for managers as defined by the Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation (MAPAQ).
  • Familiarity with cooperative and non hierarchical business models
  • As a student-run co-op, we prioritize candidates enrolled in a minimum of at least 1 class at Concordia University.

 Conditions of employment and application:Position is for 30-35 hours per week, at $16.75-17 per hour (final details to be confirmed with approval of operating budget in late July) Deadline to apply: Aug 6, at 5pmInterviews will take place Aug 8 - 10Position start date: August 13  Please fill out this google form to apply. If you do not have a Gmail account, please email a cover letter and CV to finance.hivecafecoop [at], with the subject "Finance Administrative Coordinator Application"  

Overnight Security


The overnight staff works as a member of a staff team to see the surveillance and upkeep of the residences and oversees the youth who are in care of the unit throughout the night, and to function according to Teen Haven’s philosophy, policies and standard of conduct. The overnight staff is directly responsible to the Program Director and works professionally as a member of a team showing respect, support and consideration for team members while acting as an appropriate role model for youth in care and their families. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • To ensure the safety and security of all youths in the care of the unit throughout the night.
  • To ensure that the basic needs of the youths are met.
  • To ensure the maintenance of order and discipline.
  • To regularly check rooms to monitor the presence of clients.
  • To understand and apply the emergency plan and communicate with the On-Call supervisor in the case of an emergency situation.
  • To write in the youths individual daily charts and logs (where applicable).
  • To follow through with program strategies as related to clients plans.
  • To distribute medication to the clients according to the proper procedure and to ensure that medical supplies are in proper order according to the agency health care manual.

To contribute to the general functioning and participate in the regular upkeep of the unit.

Business Manager (part-time)


The Link Publication Society (The Link) is an independent, student-run, not-for-profit, multiplatform publication at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. The Link aims to publish stories not usually covered by mainstream media, with a focus on advocacy journalism. Contributors cover student life, as well as local, national and international stories of interest to Concordia students and Montrealers.Aside from providing oversight of the society’s business staff and operations, the Business Manager is responsible for working with The Link’seditorial staff, volunteers, and Board of Directors in order to support the achievement of the publication’s mandate both on and off the page. The Business Manager provides continuity and support to all of the society’s initiatives. They are responsible for developing the budget process and prudently maintaining the annual operating budget in accordance with the mandates of the society and The Link. The Business Manager should create, implement and maintain a financial strategy to ensure the stability of the publication. The Business Manager must also operate in accordance with The Link‘sbylaws and standing policies at all times. In addition to the duties described below, the Business Manager should be attuned to the goings on at The Link. They should actively seek to know who the editors are for which areas, the general process for producing each issue, the problems involved therein, and various other details that come with the running of a student publication.  Duties and Responsibilities:- Maintain and prepare the annual operating and capital budget (with input from the Board of Directors)- Critically review expenses and suggest where costs can be saved- Manage cash and investments effectively; deposit checks weekly and maintain petty cash- Supervise the Sales Manager and Graphic Designer and ensure that they both receive appropriate training as well as the resources needed for their respective positions- Coordinate with Sales Manager to set advertising rates each year, and lead the annual revision of the advertising media kit in conjunction with the Graphic Designer- Develop, in conjunction with the Sales Manager, sales targeting and development, and future direction planning- Promptly issue monthly client invoices and tear sheets for advertising- Maintain Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable and ensure Accounts Payable are paid in a timely fashion- Issue monthly Accounts Receivable statements on overdue accounts- Maintain accurate records with the advertisers and ensure proper payments are received when due- Prepare a monthly bank reconciliation, GST-QST returns on a quarterly basis, corporate annual returns and corporate director change notices as needed- Ensure the monthly remittance of payroll withholdings to Revenue Canada and ensure the issue of T4 forms for all employee- Facilitate the annual audit- Ensure all contracts are reviewed annually: insurance, rental/lease agreement, national advertising provider, tech support provider, etc- General office management: order supplies, co-ordinate maintenance and repair of office equipment- Supervise the distribution staff in their duties, ensuring the timely delivery of the print edition as well as subscription service and ensure maintenance of the circulation infrastructure- Attend mandatory business and staff meetings as required. Attend mandatory training sessions provided by, or as directed by, the Editor-in-Chief and/or Society Board of Directors- Perform additional duties and responsibilities as required by the Society or the Editor-in-Chief Other Duties:- Sit as ex officio, secretary-treasurer non-voting member of The Link’s Board of Directors- Report on all issues that may be of interest to the Board. Advise the Board on human resources matters- Provide input on feasibility and fit of new initiatives and programs- Be consulted on all legal matters and all dealings with legal counsel- Maintain the records and minutes of all Board of Directors and General Society meetings Working Hours:August, Sept., Oct., Nov., Jan., Feb., Mar., April: 24 hours/week (3 days/week);Dec., May, June, July: 16h/week (2 days/week)vWith occasional hours outside of regular hoursSalary: $22.00/hr + 4 weeks vacationTentative start date: Aug. 28, 2018 The Link is committed to equity in its policies and practices. We support diversity in teaching, learning and work environments. We encourage applicants to describe the unique contributions that they, as individuals with diverse experiences, would bring to The Link in their cover letter. Please also indicate that you would like to be considered for Employment Equity. Application:Please submit your resume, with a cover letter, byFriday, July 27, 2018 at 5:00 P.M. to secretary [at] Interviews will be between Aug. 1 and 3, 2018.Only selected candidates will be contacted.

Verdun/Ile des Soeurs Bicycle Civil Brigade


Hi! We are urgently in need of full-time students (registered for this fall) for our summer 2018 team. Applicants must be bilingual and be able to ride a bicycle and interact with the citizens enjoying the Verdun riverside. We work outside for a six week period, patrolling the bike paths and civic events in our borough! 15 minutes away from Concordia University, a good opportunity to do community work and get exercise. The job is sponsored by the government of Canada, so the more the merrier! Get in contact with Action Prevention Verdun. We're starting our route next week, so if you're in need of summer work quickly, send us your info! Send your applications to info [at] Action Prévention Verdun Coopérateur des Berges – brigade de civisme emploi étudiant. Plusieurs postes disponibles, selon le inancement. ● Salaire 12$/h | 35h/semaine pour 6 ● Lieu de travail : Vous travaillerez sur les berges de Verdun (dans les parcs) et vous reporterez à l’occasion au siège social (4609 rue de Verdun) ou encore à notre centre intergénérationnel, La Station (201 rue Berlioz). Description de l’organisme : Action Prévention Verdun est mandataire d’un centre communautaire intergénérationnel- La Station, du programme montréalais en sécurité urbaine – Tandem ainsi que du travail de milieu pour aınê ́ de Verdun. La mission de l’organisme est de soutenir la population verdunoise ain qu’elle soit actrice de l’amélioration de son milieu de vie et de sa communauté. Nos objectifs sont;● Contribuer à rendre les milieux de vie sains et sécuritaires,● Contribuer à renforcer le ilet social, notamment par le rapprochement intergénérationnel, ain de permettre le repérage des personnes vulnérables . Description du poste : Le projet des Coopérateurs des Berges consiste à mettre sur pied une brigade du civisme, qui opérera en duo. Les coopérateurs auront comme mandat d’approcher les citoyens et de les sensibiliser à la saine cohabitation et au respect du civisme dans les espaces communs (ex. : vélos qui roulent sur le gazon, excréments de chiens qui ne sont pas ramassés, etc.), de promouvoir nos services et de référer les citoyens aux instances appropriées. L’employé aura aussi à rédiger de court rapport quotidien sur les interventions de la journée. Le travail se fait à vélo et parfois à pied, tout au long des berges ain d’assurer une présence dynamique auprès des citoyens. Vous relèverez du directeur général et du conseiller en sécuritéurbaine et devrez travailler de concert avec les acteurs du milieu (SPVM, travailleurs de rue/de milieu, organismes communautaires, etc.). Description des compétences : Autonomie, initiative, diplomatie, débrouillardise, écoute, sens de l’observation, bon jugement, sens de l’humour, tolérance à l’ambiguıẗé et bonne santé physique. Horaire :● mardi au vendredi et jeudi au dimanche, une semaine sur deux Date de début d’emploi : 26 juin 2018 Comment postuler ● Date limite pour postuler : 30 mai 2018 Merci de spéciier que vous postulez pour un poste de Coopérateur des berges. Pour postuler, veuillez faire parvenir votre CV et lettre de motivation à l’attention de : Monsieur Kunthy Chhim info [at] Merci de ne pas téléphoner. Seules les personnes retenues pour l’entrevue seront contactées.

Spark! Ambassador -- Position Callout


Are you interested in student engagement and getting involved outside the classroom? Do you want your fellow Concordians to have the info they need to get the best Concordia experience they can?

Do you want to work with a fun, engaging, and challenging project throughout the coming year? Yes? Then you should apply to be a Spark! Campaign Ambassador! Spark! Campaign Ambassadors​ are Concordia students who will work on campus to build a greater understanding of Student Engagement.

The Ambassadors will work closely with the staff at the Dean of Students office, and as a networked team. They will build strong relationships with various stakeholders by participating in various events to promote the campaign, offering crucial information about high impact engagement opportunities, outreach online using various social media tools, and helping to create collective spaces to bring students, staff, and faculty together for discussion, feedback and learning.

----- Scheduling commitment -

Interviews: Week of August 5th (can be via video conference for students abroad) -

Training: Approximately 30 hours; Aug 22-24) -

Fall Semester: Approximately 65 hours - Winter Semester: Approximately 65 hours ----

- Compensation $2500 (Honorarium paid in 2 installments: December, and April) -----