Jobs on campus
Looking for a job on campus? Many areas of the university need students throughout the year on a full- and part-time basis. It's a great, flexible way to gain valuable work experience and complement your studies.
Here are some tips to land a campus job:
1. Check out the Work-Study Program
- The Financial Aid & Awards Office offers a work-study program, available to full-time students only. See if you're eligible and apply here.
2. Reach out to alumni
- Alumni Advancement and Alumni Relations needs help from current students throughout the year for fundraising campaigns and events.
- To work at the Annual Giving Call Centre, send your CV and cover letter by email to email@example.com.
- To work at Alumni events, you can apply by sending your CV and cover letter by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Join the athletics team
- Athletics & Recreation hires referees, timekeepers, ticket sellers, parking attendants and more.
- Fill out an application form during the summer. Send your CV to email@example.com
4. Help out at Campus Stores
- Concordia Stores hires students during rush periods on a casual part-time basis at both the Sir George Williams Bookstore and Loyola Bookstore. Learn more here.
5. Check out the Concordia Student Union (CSU)
- The CSU offers a range of jobs from administrative to research positions. Find current openings.
- They also administer HoJo, a housing and job bank.
6. Solve front-line IT and AV problems at IITS
- Working at Instructional and Information Technology services (IITS) gives you real-world A/V, IT and customer support work experience.
Work at the Service Centre's helping to support multi-media classrooms and provide on-site Audio-Visual support for live events.
Work at the Service Desk providing front-line IT support.
- Casual positions (non-contract), if available, are posted on HoJo or CAPS.
- Full-time position (permanent), if available, are posted on the Human Resources website.
7. Invigilate an exam
- The Exams office offers invigilation positions to graduate students, or other interested parties who are not current undergraduate students.
- View the Final Examination Invigilator job description.
- Applications are accepted during the months of January and September only. Bring your CV to the Examinations Office, 1550 De Maisonneuve West, second floor, room GM 210 or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org
8. Greet newcomers at the Welcome Centre
- Show Concordia in its best light: become a Campus Tour Guide! Positions are posted on HoJo.
9. Apply to a company on campus
- Aramark: Apply for a food service position on-campus
- Email your CV to email@example.com