On Campus

Residence Assistant (RA) positions

0

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 15, 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
  • Exercise authority 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

 

Stagiaire en marketing

0

SSQ Assurance est à la recherche d’un stagiaire en marketing. Sous la responsabilité de la directrice – Marketing, le stagiaire travaillera avec l’équipe de marketing pour assister dans les tâches et responsabilités reliées principalement à la gestion de la marque, notamment à la révision et l’optimisation de contenu de la documentation marketing. Il participera aussi à l’élaboration des divers plans marketing et soutiendra l’équipe de professionnels dans la livraison de divers projets.Vos responsabilités consisteront à :

  • Coordonner et effectuer la révision et la correction de contenu marketing, collaborer à l’optimisation et au développement de contenus pertinents pour les différentes pièces et outils marketing, en assurant le respect et la cohérence dans l’utilisation de la marque
  • Participer à l’élaboration des différents plans marketing, campagnes publicitaires et à la coordination des livrables
  • Effectuer la veille concurrentielle publicitaire afin de proposer de nouveaux contenus, nouveaux projets et faire état des dernières tendances dans l’industrie
  • Appuyer les conseillers en marketing dans les projets et tâches quotidiennes

 

The Hive Co-op is Hiring a Production Cook!

0

Position: Production Cook
Hours: 20-25 hours / 3-4 shifts per week, must be available to work Friday and Sunday.
Location: Concordia University, Hall Building, 7th Floor
Deadline to apply: January 17, 2019 @ 5 p.m.
Salary : 13.52$ / hour
Option of health and dental insurance

Hive Café Co-op Mission
The mission of the Hive Cafe Co-op is to be a model food system at Concordia University that provides food through sustainable practices and empowers the student community.

Job Description
The Assistant Chef assists the Food Coordinator in executing the food production the Hive Cafe’s two cafe locations. They will ensure product quality, selection, and availability, as well as support and promote the Hive Café Co-op and uphold its values and constitution, while being an active cooperative worker member.

Job Responsibilities
Food preparation and cooking, according to menus created in collaboration with the Food Coordinator
Assures restaurant’s overall food quality, production, safety, and labour standards in conjunction with the Food Coordinator
Has the capacity to handle various stations of the kitchen including baking, prep, sauces, grill, and dishwashing, including multi-tasking between various stations when necessary
Assists in the day-to-day back-of the house operations, food production for the Hive, and assists the café in increasing its in-house food production
Supports when necessary in the taking inventory and ordering for the kitchen
Receiving orders from suppliers
Reads and understands orders, and works both in a team and autonomously to fulfill cafe orders
Follows MAPAQ guidelines in food preparation and storage.
Ensures kitchen maintains cleanliness and functionality of equipment and notifies the Food Coordinator if the need for maintenance, repair, or replacement arises
Manages waste conscientiously (minimizing waste, composting, re-using creatively)
Upholds and promotes the social, environmental, and economic sustainability of the café as outlined in the cooperative’s constitution
Other duties as specified by the Food Coordinator or Board of Directors

Qualifications
Passionate about food, food sovereignty, and sustainability
Experience working in various kitchen stations
Basic knowledge of ingredients, kitchen equipment and procedures and knife skills
Knowledge of health and safety regulations, as well as safe food handling and compliance
Excellent communication and listening skills
Strong organization skills, attention to detail, ability to prioritize workload, and multitasking
Ability to function in a non-hierarchical environment and work well with a team

Assets (recommended, but not required):
Certificate for Hygiene and Food Safety training as defined by the Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation (MAPAQ)
Bilingualism
Familiarity with the cooperative business models
Concordia student

Physical Environment:
These elements are intended to describe the general nature of the work performed by employees:
Exposure to potential hazards exists with respect to cutting equipment, coffee makers, mixers and other work aids necessary to perform job duties
Exposure of up to 176˚C while cooking, or washing dishes
Exposure to -1˚C to 4˚C while handling refrigerated products
Exposure to -22˚C while handling frozen products
The Assistant Chef may perform any number of physical activities to accomplish assigned duties, such as walking and standing (90% of the work time), bending, reaching, repetitive motions, and lifting up between 40 to 50 lbs.

To apply:

Please send us your CV, cover letter, and 2 references to hivecafekitchen@gmail.com by January 17th, 2019 at 5pm, with the subject line "Production Cook Application". Interviews will be scheduled for January 18th, 2019.

If you have any questions about the position, refer them to hivecafekitchen@gmail.com, or feel free to contact the Food Coordinator at 514-664-0001.

Event Coordinator Contract - “Unsettling: A...

0

 What is the event? “Unsettling: A self-examination for non-Indigenous people working in Indigenous contexts” is an event series taking place over the course of 2019. The purpose of the series is to catalyze deep and continued engagement with reflective questions such as: What does unsettling/decolonization mean on an individual and professional level? How can non-Indigenous people engage with the framework of reconciliation with Canada’s First Peoples? What steps can non-Indigenous people take to embody respectful relations? How can non-Indigenous people effectively acknowledge and challenge internalized and systemic racism? Over the course of the series participants will be supported in proactively responding to the call to indigenize and decolonise their lives and workplaces.  Why is it important? Concordia has committed to responding to the TRC Principles for Reconciliation and calls to action, specifically action 63, iii. ‘Building student capacity for intercultural understanding, empathy, and mutual respect.’ Too often the onus of reconciliation is placed upon Indigenous Peoples. It is important for non-Indigenous people to take responsibility for their role in building meaningful and informed relationships with Indigenous Peoples.Who you are… You are an experienced event coordinator with a passion for Indigenous issues.  You are a great communicator both in person and digitally. You are an organized, self-motivated multi-tasker. You make detailed plans and adapt those plans when things don’t go as expected. You are deeply engaged with Indigenous communities in terms of your work or lived experience. What you will do…Communicate with the Public: 

  • You are comfortable with digital outreach and engagement platforms such as Eventbrite, Mailchimp, Facebook, Twitter, and project management/accountability tools.
  • You can get your boots on and distribute promo materials within key campus spaces.
  • You are design savvy and can get a clear message across online.
  • You follow up on tasks, respond to emails and answer queries.
  • You recognize the importance of networking and relationship building and you are at ease tapping into new networks, making connections and finding common ground between stakeholders.

 Communicate with Elders and Speakers: 

  • You embody respectful relations and know how to make people feel special - book transport, hotels and purchase gifts for Elders and Speakers.

 Communicate with Venue and Hospitality services: 

  • You can deal with logistics, technical requirements, catering needs, etc. leading up to the event and on the day-of.

 Coordinate the volunteer force: 

  • You like people, like getting them involved, and know how to keep them involved.

 Communicate with the project leaders: 

  • You have a keen eye for opportunities and can pick up the phone and get in touch with the team before an opportunity has passed you by.
  • You have a keen eye for challenges and can pick up the phone and get in touch with the team before the challenge becomes a problem.
  • You know that you don’t know everything! You can communicate your questions with a supportive team.

 What you have done…

  • You have experience managing a large event. You have learned from your experiences and are keen to improve upon them moving forward.  
  • Maybe you have managed a large outreach project with many moving parts? Maybe you have been involved in a community based project? Either way, you have used project management tools to make sense of all those parts.
  • You have effectively communicated a message to multiple stakeholders using your digital  and in-person skills.

 What you gain… You get: 

  • To contribute to an exciting campus initiative.
  • A $2000 Coordinator honorarium for about 100 hours of work.
  • To work alongside an experienced and supportive team.

  What is the timeline? You should start as soon as you can. The majority of the work needs to be done in  February and March, and your contract will run until beginning of April 2019. Naturally, some weeks will require more work than others. Anything else? There is a strong possibility of contract renewal in April – ideally we would like someone to coordinate the whole series which runs until September 2019. This is a satellite position, so you’ll need to be comfortable working from home or in the library. But you won’t be alone! You will get lots of in-person support from the project leaders and in our team meetings. It is essential that you can work autonomously for this role. You will manage your tasks within the allotted time and keep a record of your hours. The honorarium can be distributed at intervals that work best for you. How do I apply? Please send a letter of intention and your CV (in the same document) to unsettlingeventseries2019 [at] gmail.com before 5pm on Friday 25th January. Please feel free to be creative with your application and include your lived experience, learned experience and anything else that marks you out as the person for this position.  If you have any further questions, call and ask for Emma or Tim at 514-756-6823 or 514-709-2383. NB, this position is open to both students and community members at large.  We strongly encourage First Nations, Metis and Inuit people to apply for this position.