We are looking for a person with the patience of the mountains, the energy of a volcano and the ability to interpret bylaws like a four-term US Congressperson
Are you (or do you know a person) that fits this bill? Great, have them send us their resume and a covering letter telling us why they would make a good CRO (the best ones will have actual experience running a student election).
Read below for a description of tasks. The rate of pay is negotiable, but please remember we are a small student association. The number of hours worked is expected to be approximately 75 over three weeks with the bulk coming during the actual elections.
Deadline to apply for the position is Wednesday March 12 at 5pm. Applicants should send their application via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to know more? Click here to read the Chief Returning Officer Job Description
Have a great project that will enhance the intellectual, cultural, or spiritual experience of all graduate students at Concordia? Planning a new academic journal?
The Council of Directors approved a new Funding Policy in January. You can click here to see how we might be able to help your group achieve their goals.
Have questions? Read the policy first, then contact us.
The General Assembly approved the creation of two new Vice-Presidential positions and then elected two members to these positions.
Click here to meet our two new Vice-Presidents.
Under the watchful gaze of the decades old murals of the York Theatre GSA members filled every available space in the room to listen to debate policy, listen to candidates and ultimately select two new Vice-Presidents, Directors for Arts and Science and Fine Arts as well as a new representative to Senate.
Congratulations to the winners and many thanks to the members who put their name forth for consideration. The GSA is all the stronger for your contributions.
We are very sorry to say that Bernard Drainville canceled his appearance at the last minute due to concerns about security. The GSA is very disappointed by this decision, as we worked hard to ensure that this debate would unfold in a respectful and safe manner. We wholeheartedly disagree with the Minister’s belief that any member of the Concordia community would have posed a threat. We believe that Minister Drainville has missed a great opportunity to engage with a community that has voiced strong opposition to his policies and that we are all the poorer for his decision.
- GSA Funding Policy – January 2014
- Policy on Departmental Allocation
- GSA 2013-14 Executive and Council of Directors
- Regulations and Policies