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12 Hart House Circle

Jobs

DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER

DRO

DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER

University of Toronto Students’ Union

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is currently seeking applications for the position of Deputy Returning Officer (DRO) for the students’ union’s upcoming 2017 Spring Elections and Referenda. There are two (2) DRO positions available.

Duration

This position will require approximately 15-24 hours of work per week, beginning late February, for a period of four (4) to six (6) weeks. Must be able to work additional hours during campaigning and voting periods.

Compensation

$13.00 to $15.00 per hour, to be determined based upon the successful candidate’s experience.

Responsibilities

The DRO will be required to assist the Chief Returning Officer (CRO) with the successful operation of the 2017 Spring elections and referenda for a dynamic and diverse students’ union of over 44,000 full time undergraduate student members. The specific duties of the DRO include, but are not limited to:

● Promoting and planning for the elections and referenda

● Ensuring that the election process is organized in a fair, non-partisan manner without bias

● Assist with CRO throughout the election process

● Work extra hours during the campaigning and voting periods as required

● Other duties as assigned

● Some travel required

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have a friendly, yet assertive demeanor, and will possess the following skills and experience:

▪ An outgoing personality

▪ Excellent communication skills

▪ Good organization skills An ability to multi-task, yet pay attention to details

▪ An ability to work as part of a team but also independently

▪ Sound problem solving skills and the ability to solve conflicts

▪ Previous Student Union election experience an asset

Assets

• Prior experience working with or within the students’ union

• Knowledge and experience with electoral processes

 

All applications must be submitted by February 13, 2017. Please direct applications to Bridgette Dalima, Chief Returning Officer at the UTSU office or via email at cro@utsu.ca. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Please do not telephone but feel free to follow-up via e-mail.

 

University of Toronto Students’ Union

12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, ON • M5S 3J9

Fax: 416-978-2018

E-mail: cro@utsu.ca

Appellate Board

Appellate Board

Position: The University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) is currently searching for members to serve on its newly-formed Appellate Board. This quasi-judicial Board will hear appeals regarding its elections, grievances against the Union and executive reviews. The work of this board concerns appeals alleging the misapplication of the UTSU’s by-laws, or a breach of fundamental justice in the decision being appealed. For these reasons, the following are an asset for applicants:
– Previous experience on another quasi-judicial body, such as a university tribunal
– Understanding of the principles of fundamental justice and their applicability in Canada; through classes or otherwise
– Understanding of common law; how to look up cases and assess their applicability to new cases
– Understanding of the UTSU’s procedures for grievances, executive review and elections.
– Previous experience working with the by-laws of the UTSU or a similar organisation
– Understanding of legal writing and the format of statutes in Canada
– Previous experience working with the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, or another corporations act.

Requirements: The expected workload varies based on appeals heard. Please see By-law XVIII for more details here.

Compensation: None.

Restrictions: Applicants must must be at least eighteen (18) years of age, must be either be enrolled in the Faculty of Law or must be enrolled in another first-entry programme, having completed at least 2 years of study, and in either case, may not have previously held or sought elected office in the UTSU.

Applications Must Include:

– Resume

– Cover Letter explaining interest and experience

Application Instructions:

Please apply by either letter mail or e-mail by 16:59 on Friday, 27 January 2016. No faxes. The presentation and comprehensiveness of your application will be seriously evaluated. Please do not telephone. However, feel free to follow-up via email. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

ATTN: Speaker, Board of Directors

University of Toronto Students’ Union

12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9

E-mail: speaker@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

Associates (2)

Associate Vice-President External (1)

Role: The Associate Vice-President External functions as a general assistant to the Vice-President External aiding him with the fulfillment of all of his responsibilities, as defined by the Bylaws and Polices.

Hours: The Associate Vice-President External works a minimum of ten (10) and a maximum of twenty (20) hours per week.

Compensation: The Associate Vice-President External receives a wage of $12.50 per hour.

Restrictions: Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled at either at the St George campus or the Mississauga campus. They must also be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

Applications Must Include:

• Resume

• Cover Letter

Term: The successful applicant will receive a contract terminating on 30 April 2017.

Instructions: Applications should be sent to the Associate Hiring Committee c/o Mathias Memmel, President Internal and Services at apply@utsu.ca by 23:59 on Friday, 20 January 2017. Please include a cover letter, CV, and two references. Please send all documents in a single compiled pdf.

ATTN: Associate Hiring Committee c/o Mathias Memmel, Vice-President Internal and Services
University of Toronto Students’ Union
12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9
E-mail: apply@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

Associate Vice-President Campus Life (1)

Role: The Associate Vice-President Campus Life functions as a general assistant to the Vice-President Campus Life aiding her with the fulfillment of all of her responsibilities, as defined by the Bylaws and Polices.

Hours: The Associate Vice-President Campus Life works a minimum of ten (10) and a maximum of twenty (20) hours per week.

Compensation: The Associate Vice-President Campus Life receives a wage of $12.50 per hour.

Restrictions: Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled at either at the St George campus or the Mississauga campus. They must also be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

Applications Must Include:

• Resume

• Cover Letter

Term: The successful applicant will receive a contract terminating on 30 April 2017.

Instructions: Applications should be sent to the Associate Hiring Committee c/o Mathias Memmel, President Internal and Services at apply@utsu.ca by 23:59 on Friday, 20 January 2017. Please include a cover letter, CV, and two references. Please send all documents in a single compiled pdf.

ATTN: Associate Hiring Committee c/o Mathias Memmel, Vice-President Internal and Services
University of Toronto Students’ Union
12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9
E-mail: apply@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

Orientation Staff (2)

Orientation Co-ordinator (2)

Positions Available: Two (2)

Location: University of Toronto (St. George campus)


Compensation: To be determined


Term: Part-time (Jan-Apr) with extension to full time (May-September)

Application Deadline: January 20, 2017


Hours: This position will require 5-10 hours of work per week for a period of at least twelve (12) weeks (January – April 2017), with extension on a full time basis in May. Must be available for the UTSU Retreat in June, Kit Stuffing in August and for all days of UTSU Orientation in September.

Description:
 The UTSU is seeking two individuals for the planning and implementation of the UTSU Orientation activities on the St. George campus, coordinating college and faculty divisions, as well as soliciting sponsorships. The UTSU Orientation typically includes a clubs fair, street festival, parade, concert and after-party. Among other duties, the Orientation Co-ordinators will be responsible for regular status reports and records of all finances related to Orientation. The Orientation Co-ordinators will report to the Executive Director, while working closely with other staff and executives of UTSU, including the Events Co-ordinator and Vice-President Campus Life.

Qualifications
:

• At least two years of post-secondary education completed;


• Familiarity with the objectives and operations of student societies
;

• Event planning and fundraising experience;


• Superior organizational and administrative abilities;


• Financial planning and budgeting experience;


• Previous experience with U of T Orientation events is an asset.

Responsibilities:


• Regular reporting to the Clubs and Events Co-ordinator (or designate) and Orientation Committee(s) regarding the operations and finances of Orientation.


• Preparation of sponsorship proposals for groups external and internal to the University of Toronto.


• Orientation volunteer recruitment and training.


• Managing Orientation finances including, but not limited to, ensuring a balanced Orientation budget and preparing records of accounts payable and receivable.


• Planning and scheduling all logistical and operational activities associated with, but not limited to, Orientation kits, a carnival, a parade, and a clubs fair.


• Creating a final report on completion of Orientation detailing all aspects of the events, to be presented to the Board of Directors.

• Other duties as assigned.

Applications Must Include:

• Resume

• Cover Letter

Instructions: Applications should be sent to the Hiring Committee c/o Mathias Memmel, Vice-President Internal and Services at apply@utsu.ca by 23:59 on 20 January 2016. Please include a cover letter, CV, and two references. Please send all documents in a single compiled pdf. Please do not telephone but feel free to follow-up via e-mail.

ATTN: Orientation Co-ordinator Hiring Committee c/o Mathias Memmel, Vice-President Internal and Services
University of Toronto Students’ Union
12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9
E-mail: apply@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

Board Directors (4)

OISE Director (1)

Description: The OISE Director is a member of the UTSU Board of Directors who is also responsible for representing the interests of students enrolled at the OISE on the Board of Directors.

Requirements: As members of the Board, Directors are expected to, within reason, attend all meetings of the Board as well as all meetings of any committees on which they sit. They are also expected to engage with their constituency through outreach initiatives.

Compensation: None.

Restrictions: Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled at the OISE. They must also be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

Applications Must Include:

– Resume

– Cover Letter

Application Instructions:

Please apply by either letter mail or e-mail. No faxes. The presentation and comprehensiveness of your application will be seriously evaluated. Please do not telephone. However, feel free to follow-up via email. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

ATTN: Board Hiring Committee

University of Toronto Students’ Union

12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9

E-mail: apply@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

General Equity Director (3)

Description: Each of the seven (7) General Equity Directors (GEDs) is a member of the UTSU Board of Directors who is also responsible for leading an autonomous sub-commission of the Social Justice and Equity Commission. Each sub-commission is responsible for engaging in activism on behalf of a particular marginalized group.

The UTSU is seeking GEDs to lead the Racialized Students’ Sub-CommissionIndigenous Students’ Sub-Commission, and the Trans Students’ Sub-Commission for 2016-2017.

Requirements: As members of the Board of Directors, GEDs are expected to, within reason, attend all meetings of the Board as well as all meetings of any committees on which they sit. They are also expected to ensure that their respective sub-commissions meet regularly. Each GED has a broad mandate to engage in activism relevant to their portfolio, and is expected to do so (in conjunction with the Vice-President Equity and, where possible, with other GEDs).

Applicants should have a background in social justice work and a strong knowledge of the barriers faced by indigenous and/or trans people in Canadian society and in Toronto in particular. Preference will be given to applicants who identify as indigenous and/or trans.

Compensation: None.

Restrictions: Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled at either at the St George campus or the Mississauga campus. They must also be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

Applications Must Include:

• Resume

• Cover Letter

Application Instructions:

Please apply by either letter mail or e-mail by 23:59 on 1 February 2017. No faxes. The presentation and comprehensiveness of your application will be seriously evaluated. Please do not telephone. However, feel free to follow-up via email. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

ATTN: G.E.D. Hiring Committee c/o Farah Noori, Vice-President Equity
University of Toronto Students’ Union
12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9
E-mail: apply@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

Volunteer Opportunities for Food Bank/Hunger Squad

Volunteer Opportunities for Food Bank/Hunger Squad

Join the food bank/hunger squad in a volunteer term position that runs January – April 2017.  The volunteer work takes place generally between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm on Fridays each week at the Multi-Faith Centre, 569 Spadina Avenue, entrance off Bancroft. Volunteers work in a team environment in food rescue and in setting up the food bank service for student usage. Roles include some lifting, organizing, sorting, and engaging with students on the front line in service delivery.

Please send resume and covering letter detailing why you would like to participate and your level of commitment. Positions open until filled.

ATTN: Terri Nikolaevsky
University of Toronto Students’ Union
12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9
E-mail: Services@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

Supervisor Positions for the Food Bank/Hunger Squad

Supervisor Positions for the Food Bank/Hunger Squad

Two supervisors are required to work – one starts in December 2016, the other position starts January 6, 2017 to run this service at the Multi-Faith Centre, 569 Spadina Avenue. The rate of pay is $11.25 per hour and the work is carried out on Fridays each week. These positions are best suited to students who do not have classes on Fridays. The role involves basic statistics, managing supplies, team volunteer organization, interacting with students, hunger squad, set up and take down of the service, conflict management and being a liaison between the Multi-Faith Centre and the service. Positions end – April 28, 2017 but possibility of extension through the summer based on mutual agreement.

Please send resume and covering letter detailing why you would be a suitable candidate for one of the paid supervisor positions.  Positions open until filled. Hiring ASAP.

ATTN: Terri Nikolaevsky
University of Toronto Students’ Union
12 Hart House Circle • Toronto, Ontario • M5S 3J9
E-mail: Services@utsu.ca

The University of Toronto Students’ Union is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from members of diverse communities. Please note that the UTSU is an independently incorporated organization operating within the University of Toronto community; this is not a University of Toronto position.

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