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Academic Researcher

Type of Position: Temporary
End Date: Sept. 30th, 2018
Salary/Hourly Rate:  17.87$/h (After June 1st 18.20$/h)


Description/Scope:

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

Responsibilities:

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

Essential Requirement(s):

  • Well-informed about current Concordia Academic Policies and Procedures
  • Strong knowledge of Concordia’s academic, bureaucratic and governance structures
  • Strong knowledge of governmental and non-governmental sources of academic and educational data/information.
  • Ability to think analytically and critically;
  • Ability to produce high quality research;
  • Outstanding written skills;
  • Fluently bilingual for the purpose of reading both French and English documents;
  • Be registered as a full-time undergraduate student at Concordia.
  • Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement.

Asset(s):

  • Good knowledge of university governance structures and bodies
  • Experience with statistical analysis (SPSS)
  • Previous experience researching and producing informational material on educational, environmental, economic or academic issues
  • Excellent organizational skills
Applications must include:
– Cover letter and CV
How to Apply:
Send your application to jobs@csu.qc.ca. Please title your email “Academic Researcher – 2018”
Notes/Other:
Students applying must be available to work an average of 10 to 20 hours per week.
Deadline to apply:
May 15th, 2018 at 11:59pm

Orientation Internal Coordinator

Type of Position: Temporary
Start Date: June 11th, 2018
End Date: Sept. 28th, 2018
Salary/Hourly Rate:  $18/hour, 20-35h/week


Description/Scope:

The Orientation process is long and arduous and involves a great deal of planning and coordination. Orientation activities are the largest and most memorable events on campus. The job of the Orientation Internal Coordinator will be to organize and execute the running of orientation alongside the Student Life Coordinator. The Orientation Internal Coordinator should be ready for a demanding job which will require them to be extremely organized and in communication with Hospitality, Facilities, Security, Distribution, and Health and Safety structures at Concordia. They will also work with the Orientation External Coordinator, CSU’s Graphic Designers, the CSU’s Communication Coordinator and all orientation staff.

All applicants should be available to work up to 35 hours a week during the summer (with some work weeks having less hours at the beginning (20-25 hours)) and then full time (at least 40 hours/week) during Orientation (the first week of September). The last three weeks of September will be spent working part-time (20-25 hours) to write a post-mortem report with the orientation team.

Responsibilities:

– Work with the orientation team throughout the summer to plan and coordinate the orientation events and activities to reach out to as many students as possible (such events could potentially be BBQs, games, workshops, and concerts).

– Book university spaces and be in communication/coordination with internal departments such as Hospitality, Facilities, Security, Distribution, and Health and Safety structures at Concordia

– Attend meetings throughout the summer.

– Write a Post-Mortem report with the Orientation team.

– Give input on Winter Orientation.

Essential Requirement(s):

– Experience in event organization and implementation similar to student orientation weeks.

– Experience with management and teamwork.

– Knowledge of internal Concordia structures and groups

– Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and relevant computer skills.

– Ability to work in a high stress environment and respond well to deadlines.

– Good interpersonal skills.

– Highly motivated, autonomous, and organized.

– Be fully available during the entire summer.

Asset(s):

– Bilingualism (French and English)

– Access to a car and a driver’s license.

– Networks within existing Concordia organizations.

How to Apply:

Send an email to jobs@csu.qc.ca before 5pm on May 24th, 2018 including your CV and a Cover Letter with the subject line, “Orientation Internal Coordinator”.

Successful applicants MUST be available for an interview on May 29th or 30th. If this is not possible, please indicate in your application and arrangements may be made.

Job Closing Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018
Contact E-mail Address: jobs@csu.qc.ca

Orientation External Coordinator

Type of Position: Temporary
Start Date: June 11th, 2018
End Date: Sept. 28th, 2018
Salary/Hourly Rate:  $18/hour, 20-35h/week


Description/Scope:

The Orientation process is long and arduous and involves a great deal of planning and coordination. Orientation activities are the largest and most memorable events on campus. The job of the Orientation External Coordinator is to work with the Student Life Coordinator in order to organize, execute, and run the orientation events which takes place off and around campus. The Orientation External Coordinator should be ready for a demanding job which will require speaking to people in the music industry, community organizations, equipment rental companies, municipal authorities, and potential venues so the CSU’s events can be planned and organized. The position requires that one is able to work heavily in tandem with the Student Life Coordinator, the Internal Orientation Coordinator, CSU’s Graphic Designers, CSU’s communications coordinator, the Sustainability Coordinator and all Orientation staff.

All applicants should be available to work up to 35 hours a week during the summer (with some work weeks having less hours at the beginning (20-25 hours)) and then full time (at least 40 hours/week) during Orientation (the first week of September). The last three weeks of September will be spent working part-time (20-25 hours) to write a post-mortem report with the orientation team.

Responsibilities:

– Work with the orientation team throughout the summer to plan and coordinate the orientation events and activities to reach out to as many students as possible (such events could potentially be BBQs, games, workshops, and concerts).

– Book space and potential venues, managing set up, and supervising staff.

– Work with the city to plan the street closure activities.

– Work with the orientation team on a marketing/promotion plan of orientation events.

– Execute marketing/promotional plan leading up and during Orientation events.

– Write a Post-Mortem report with the Orientation team.

– Give input on Winter Orientation.

Essential Requirement(s):

– Experience in events organization and implementation similar to student orientation weeks.

– Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and relevant computer skills.

– Experience in promotion, marketing, and organization.

– Experience with management and teamwork.

– Ability to work in a high stress environment and respond well to deadlines.

– Good interpersonal skills.

– Highly motivated, autonomous, and organized.

– Be fully available during the entire summer.

Asset(s):

– Bilingualism (French and English)

– Access to a car and a driver’s license.

How to Apply:

Send an email to jobs@csu.qc.ca before 5pm on May 24th, 2018 including your CV and a Cover Letter with the subject line, “Orientation External Coordinator”.

Successful applicants MUST be available for an interview on May 29th or 30th. If this is not possible, please indicate in your application and arrangements may be made.

Job Closing Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018
Contact E-mail Address: jobs@csu.qc.ca

Orientation Sustainability Coordinator

Type of Position: Temporary
Start Date: June 11th, 2018
End Date: Sept. 28th, 2018
Salary/Hourly Rate:  $18/hour, 20-35h/week


Description/Scope:

The Orientation Sustainability Coordinator position involves a great deal of planning and coordination. Orientation activities are the largest and most memorable events on campus. The job of the Orientation Sustainability Coordinator will be to organize and execute the running of orientation alongside the Student Life Coordinator in collaboration with the CSU Sustainability Coordinator.It will be the task and responsibility of the Orientation Sustainability Coordinator to collaborate with the CSU Sustainability Coordinator and CSU Student Life Coordinator, as well as the Orientation team, to ensure Orientation is as waste-free and sustainable as possible. The Sustainability Orientation Coordinator will contribute knowledge, research, and help with coordination during the planning stages of Orientation and will assist with the on-site logistics during Orientation itself. The Orientation Sustainability Coordinator will be expected, but not limited to: take a co-leadership role in the mobilization of volunteers for the creation of a “Rethink Waste Team” with the Sustainability Coordinator for orientation. Also, making sure Annex E of the CSU By laws are implemented during the planning and executing of Orientation, ensure Orientation is as waste-free as possible, and assure that as many purchases and sponsors are environmentally friendly, socially just, and/or are as economically fair as possible. The Orientation Sustainability Coordinator will also be in charge of performing a waste audit and post-mortem report for Orientation with the help of the Sustainability Coordinator and Student Life Coordinator.

All applicants should be available to work up to 35 hours a week during the summer (with some work weeks having less hours at the beginning (20-25 hours)) and then full time (at least 40 hours/week) during Orientation (the first two weeks of September). The last two weeks of September and first week of October will be spent working part-time (20-25 hours) to write a post-mortem report with the orientation team.

Responsibilities:

Collaborate with the CSU Sustainability Coordinator to:

– Fulfil their mandate;

– Implement any CSU policy relating to sustainability (including Annex E and the CSU Safer Space Policy). This includes sustainable purchasing practices;

– Research and contact sustainable possible sponsors, merchants, etc.;

– Mobilize and recruit volunteers;

– Organising and advertising waste-free aspects of Orientation;

– Help with the organization of Orientation;

– Coordinate Waste Audit and write a Post-Mortem Report;

– Possible workshop development with the Sustainability Coordinator;

– Give input on Winter Orientation.

Essential Requirement(s):

– Experience in events organization and implementation similar to student orientation weeks.

– A strong understanding of social justice, environmental justice, and how they interplay with economic viability;

– Knowledge of sustainable initiatives on campus;

– Experience in working with sustainable organizations, on or off campus;

– Background in sustainability related research (social, environmental, economical), or relevant work experience.

– Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and relevant computer skills.

– Ability to work in a high stress environment and respond well to deadlines.

– Good interpersonal and teamwork skills.

– Highly motivated, autonomous, and organized.

– Be fully available during the entire summer.

Asset(s):

– Experience in working with Sustainable Concordia’s Sustainable Event Planning Guide;

– Community organizing;

– Bilingualism (French and English);

– Experience in coordinating and working with volunteers;

– Understanding non-hierarchical organizations and anti-oppression.

How to Apply:

Send an email to jobs@csu.qc.ca before 5pm on May 24th, 2018 including your CV and a Cover Letter with the subject line, “Orientation Sustainability Coordinator”.

Successful applicants MUST be available for an interview on May 29th or 30th. If this is not possible, please indicate in your application and arrangements may be made.

Job Closing Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018
Contact E-mail Address: jobs@csu.qc.ca

STUDENT TRIBUNAL POOL

Description:

Appointed undergraduate students to the student tribunal pool will work alongside the Office of Student Tribunals on several student tribunal hearings.

The Office of Student Tribunals is responsible for hearings provided for in the Code of Rights and Responsibilities, the Academic Code of Conduct, the Academic Re-eveluation Procedure, the Graduate Academic Appeals Procedures and any other Codes or Policies that may be adopted which refer to the Tribunal Hearing Pools.

Eligibility requirement to serve on the Student Tribunal Pool, in accordance with Policy BD-6. Students shall be registered in an undergraduate or graduate program and be in acceptable academic standing. Students who have been sanctioned under the Code of Rights and Responsibilities or the Academic Code of Conduct within the three (3) years previous to their nomination are not eligible.

Students appointed to the Student Tribunal Pool will be called upon to serve on the hearing panels provided for in the Code of Rights and Responsibilities, the Academic Code of Conduct, the Academic Re-evaluation Procedures or the Graduate Academic Appeals Procedures.

Appointments are for a two-year term.  There are thirteen (13) undergraduate student positions currently opened in the Student Tribunal Pool.

Applications must include: 

  • Cover Letter
  • CV

How to Apply:

Please apply by November 9th 2017, 5:00pm with your cover letter and CV.
Send your application to : appointments@csu.qc.ca with “Student Tribunal Pool” as the subject of your email

Job Closing Date: Thursday, November 9, 2017
Contact E-mail Address: appointments @csu.qc.ca
Contact Phone Number: 514-848-2424 ext.8900

Deputy Electoral Officer (DEO) For Loyola Campus

Type of Position: Temporary
Start Date: Nov. 13th, 2017
Type of Position: Temporary
Start Date: Nov. 13th, 2017
End Date: Dec. 1st, 2017
Salary/Hourly Rate:  $14.25/hour, 10 hours a week


Description/Scope:
It is the Deputy Electoral Officer’s job to aid the Chief Electoral Officer’s (CEO) and help ensure that elections run fairly and smoothly.

Responsibilities:
– To uphold the regulations as stated in the CSU Bylaws and Standing Regulations
– To help the CEO ensure the integrity and independence of the electoral process
– To carry out all of the CEO’s directives when carrying out of the regulations
– To help the CEO receive and examine transmitted reports
– To help the CEO inquire into the legitimacy of election expenses of the candidates and of referendum expenses
– To help the CEO in the archiving of election results.
– To help the CEO give public access to information, reports, returns or documents related to the regulations
– To help organzine information meetings for the benefit of candidates and reform committees
– To help train the elections officers
– To carry out any other directives from the C.E.O for the elections

Essential Requirement(s):
– Must be an undergraduate student
– Be registered for courses in the fall term
– Be able to take initiative and work independently
– Must be available full day on November 28, 29, and 30
– Must be able to work at Loyola Campus
– Must be authorized to work in Canada (valid SIN card required)

Applications must include
– Cover letter and C.V

How to Apply:
Applicants must email their resume to ceo@csu.qc.ca.

Job Closing Date: Friday, November 10, 2017
Contact E-mail Address: ceo@csu.qc.ca

Election Polling Clerks/Ballots Counters

Type of Position:   Temporary
Start Date:  2017-11-13
Type of Position:   Temporary
Start Date:  2017-11-13
Location:   Polling booths at either the SGW and the Loyola campus.
End Date: 2017-12-01
Salary/Hourly Rate:  11.25$/hour


Description/Scope:
The Concordia Student Union is currently hiring polling clerks for an upcoming by-election taking place November 28, 29, and 30 2017

Responsibilities:
– Verify eligibility of voters.
– Monitor the voting areas.
– Help students with voting procedures on the days of the elections.

Essential Requirement(s):
– Must speak English fluently.
– Must be able to work in groups.
– Must be comfortable with addressing a crowd.
– Must be a registered Concordia student.
– Must be available to work anytime between 8:30AM and 8:00PM between November 28 and 30, and overnight on November 30 2017.
– Must attend a mandatory clerk training two weeks before the elections.
– Must provide a valid SIN.
– Must be computer literate.

Asset(s):
-Experience in CSU elections.

Applications must include
– Cover letter and C.V

How to Apply:
Applications should be emailed to ceo@csu.qc.ca. Please include CV, proof of student status and your availability.

Job Closing Date: Friday, November 10, 2017
Contact E-mail Address: ceo@csu.qc.ca

Receptionist

Type of Position:   permanent (part time)
Start Date:  2017-11-27
Type of Position:   permanent (part time)
Start Date:  2017-11-27
Location:   H-711
End Date: Permanent
Salary/Hourly Rate:  $16.47/hr, 8 to 15 hours a week


Responsibilities:
– Greet students coming into the CSU office in a polite and pleasant manner, and provide detailed information about the CSU (including its services, campaigns, events, projects, and the Student Health and Dental coverage), and general information about university and affiliates services. Answer in-person, over the phone and email enquiries, and refer on as appropriate.
– Accept requisition forms, special project & bursary applications, space reservation request, club registrations, and various other documents, ensure completeness of information, and forward to the appropriate executive and staff.
– Approve postings according to established guidelines and inform students of current postering policy.
– Send faxes, distribute mail and packages, and maintain inventory of materials and supplies for the office.
– Update documents in reserve for the general public and CSU executives and staff. Photocopy and collate documents for distribution.
– Sell event tickets and promotional items. Maintain petty cash box.
– Assist executives, staff and student groups with booking meeting rooms and information booths.
– Keep oneself informed as to what is currently going on within the organization.
– Keep oneself informed of relevant university and CSU’s policies and procedures.

Essential Requirement(s):
– Excellent spoken English skills and fluent French conversational skills
– Punctual and patient with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
– General knowledge of Concordia University and the CSU
– Good research skills
– Must be able to work independently with low supervision and as part of a team
– Be able to work at Loyola
– Computer literate, knowledge of Excel and Internet Explorer
– Must be authorized to work in Canada (valid SIN card required)
– Must be a full-time undergraduate student at Concordia University
– Internal candidates shall have preference according to the Collective Agreement

Asset(s):
– Experience providing front-line service in a fast-paced environment
– Strong knowledge of Excel
– Approved into the Work Study program

Applications must include
– Cover letter and C.V.;
– Winter 2018 class chedule;
– Authorization email from Work Study Program if available.

How to Apply:
Email your CV, cover letter, Winter class schedule (and work student authorization if available) to jobs@csu.qc.ca with the title “Receptionist Winter 2018” by November 19 2017. Incomplete application and application that do not follow these steps will not be considered.

The Work Study program allows full-time Concordia students to work on-campus part-time and is a service supported by Financial Aids and Awards office. Visit http://www.concordia.ca/students/financial-support/work-study/about-work-studyprograms.html for more information on how to apply for a Work Study Authorization. Keep in mind that eligible students must be registered full-time in a program and receiving governmental student aid. International (except U.S.) students are exempt from the latter criteria.

Notes/Other:
For more information, contact Yu-Hui Yu at (514) 848-7474 ext. 8908 or by e-mail at office@csu.qc.ca.

Job Closing Date: Sunday, November 19, 2017
Contact E-mail Address: office@csu.qc.ca
Contact Phone Number: 514-848-7474 x8908