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Hiring External Coordinator


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.

Music Exploration Counsellor (Concordia-YMCA...


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

Residence Assistant (RA) positions


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.


  • 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