The GSA posts internal (GSA & Mike’s Place) job opportunities here.

The GSA values employment and educational equality and welcomes applications from diverse groups including (but not limited to) women; aboriginal people; people of colour; people with disabilities; international students; and 2SLGBTQAI+ people. 

Current Job Openings

     

    GSA Hospitality and Operations Manager for Mike’s Place Pub/Restaurant Deadline August 15th, 2022

     

    The GSA is hiring a Hospitality and Operations Manager for Mike’s Place Pub/Restaurant! Hospitality and Operations Manager is an important part of the graduate student experience at Carleton and requires an enthusiastic individual to oversee the day-to-day operations of Mike’s Place!

    Position Term: Full Time, Permanent – Beginning August 29th, 2022. (Unionized Position under COPE Local 225).

    Schedule: On-Site

    Remuneration: $60 000 per annum, plus benefits package.

    Number of Hours: 37.5 hours/week

    Number of Positions: 1

    Job Description: The Hospitality and Operations Manager is a full-time position responsible for the management of the Mike’s Place Pub/Restaurant, and the management of the GSA’s operations.

    Education:

    • Business Administration or hospitality education from an accredited college or university or any discipline relevant to this position; communications, marketing, or social sciences.

    Qualifications -Business Management:

    1. The Hospitality and Operations Manager must possess qualifications and experience in the management of a Pub/Restaurant entity, including but not limited to the following:

    a) Human resource matters as per the collective agreement, including day-to-day supervision of employees, training, arranging staff meetings, and any required evaluation or discipline.

    b) Hiring of employees, in conjunction with the Hiring Committee, the GSA Executive Director.

    c) Employee Scheduling – Shift basis.

    d) Day-to-day financial and administrative tasks including sales reports, controls, and recordkeeping.

    e) Monitoring of space and equipment, controls to prevent loss and damage, as well as the acquisition and replacement of equipment.

    f) Ensuring that the Liquor Control Act regulations, Criminal Code laws, Health and Safety standards, and regulations, City of Ottawa by-laws, and any other applicable rules and regulations are always adhered to.

    g) Daily and monthly inventory counts as well as the review of inventory control mechanisms and procedures.

    h) Ordering products, undertaking an ongoing review of products, as well as coordinating any expansion or change in suppliers.

    i) Monitoring clientele to identify and implement any feasible food, beverage, or entertainment/programming services or improve efficiencies in consultation with an Executive Committee, Executive Director, and Board of Directors.

    j) Applying the philosophy of always ensuring customer satisfaction while providing a mix of quality products and services at a reasonable price.

    2. Experience and Qualifications in providing leadership and management of operations in conjunction with an Executive Committee and Executive Director, particularly:

    a) Providing regular financial analyses, projections, and reports, including but not limited to: monthly reviews of financial statements, analysis of the actual operating results compared to the budget, identifying problems and opportunities, and recommending courses of action for review and feedback by the Executive Director and the VP-Finance.

    b) Providing assistance with financial oversight of operations including payroll, purchasing, accounts payable and receivable, and assistance with the annual audit.

    c) Setting, demonstrating, and monitoring employee performance to high standards.

    d) Developing and implementing ongoing business plans.

    e) Marketing, promotion, and coordination of special events to serve the graduate student community.

    f) Assisting with the development of the annual operating budget, within the parameters established by the Finance Committee or Council.

    g) Other related duties as assigned by the Executive Committee and the Executive Director.

    Essential Skills

    Teamwork – an ideal candidate will have the ambition to pursue projects and assignments (making calls, organizing logistics) independently under the direction of the GSA Executive Committee and the Executive Director.

    Monitors Sales and Maximizes Profit – an ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in optimizing sales for a profitable and sustainable venture.

    Organization – an ideal candidate will be responsible for the marketing, promotion, and coordination of special events to serve the graduate student community.

    Problem Solving – an ideal candidate will demonstrate responsiveness and flexibility in light of circumstances.

     Communication – effective communication and listening in regard to interacting with clientele as well as communicating with the GSA and fellow team members.

    Assets:

    • Staff relations experience in a unionized environment

    • Experience working in university and/or student organizations

    • Experience working with volunteers

    • Experience working within an anti-oppression framework

    Benefits:

    ● Health and Dental care

    ● Vision care

    ● Pension

    Deadline for Accepting Applications: August 15th, 2022

    Submit cover letter & resumés (preferably as one document).

     *The GSA values employment and educational equality and welcomes applications from diverse groups including but not limited to: people impacted by gender oppression, indigenous people, racialized people, people with disabilities and the LGBTQQAI2S+

    For any accessibility needs/considerations or further enquiries please send an email to jobs@gsacarleton.ca

    Job Posting: GSA Peer Support Coordinator Deadline August 26th, 2002 by Midnight EST

    The GSA is hiring a Peer Support Program Coordinator

    Remuneration: $30.00/hr (10 hours a Week)

    Number of Positions: 1 (open only to Carleton graduate students)

    Position Summary:

    The Graduate Mental Health Peer Support Program Coordinator will recruit, coordinate, and supervise peer support volunteers as well as provide overall administrative support and evaluation for the program. The coordinator will also work with the volunteers and the Graduate Mental Health Peer Support Collaborative Team to identify potential topics for mental health programming and will design and facilitate workshops and initiatives accordingly. Other duties may include one on one peer support with students, meetings with various stakeholders and seeking out modes of funding as it pertains to graduate student mental health. 

    The start date for this position is September 7th, 2022, and ends on April 30th, 2023. 

    Duties Performed 

    Peer Support Program (70%):

    • Develop and implement operational processes and provide ongoing support for a graduate student peer support program 

    • Recruit, select and supervise peer support volunteers

    • Plan and coordinate volunteer training 

    • Provide mentoring and guidance to peer support volunteers 

    • Offer one-on-one peer support to graduate students (subject to volunteer availability)

    • Respect and maintain the confidentiality of students accessing the program

    • Plan and facilitate regular team meetings

    • Conduct ongoing program monitoring, evaluation and enhancement

    • Coordinate, in collaboration with the Supervising Manager, the day-to-day details and administrative duties of the peer support program and in consultation with the Graduate Mental Health Peer Support Collaborative Team

    • Utilize digital platforms to promote, engage with and implement peer support programming.

    • facilities and support conversations about digital harassment.

    • Attend training on digital programming for Peer Support and Mental Health

    • research and promote online digital Support for those seeking mental Health Supports

    • Create social media campaigns relevant to peer support and mental health resources 

     

    Mental Health Programming (30%):

    • Design and facilitate mental health-related programming (workshops, groups) on an ongoing and recurring basis

    • Organize venues and materials to support programming 

     

    Qualifications 

    • Cultural Care Awareness

    • Knowledge of peer-run programs

    • Experience offering one-to-one peer support 

    • Volunteer management experience 

    • Proficient in social media use

    • Skilled in conflict resolution, facilitation, and advocacy

    • Proven ability to organize, prioritize, problem solve and take initiative

    • Experience facilitating programming with an emphasis on mental health and anti-oppression is an asset

    • Must be familiar and operate within an anti-oppression approach, anti-oppression training is an asset

    • Mental Health First Aid, SafeTalk and ASIST training is preferred   

    • Queer and Racial Justice allied

    Asset

    • Obtains or currently pursuing MSW, MA counselling or psychology

    • Experienced or familiar with mood disorders, cognitive behavioural therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy 

    • International Perspective regarding mental health 

    Deadline: August 26th, 2022         

    Submit resume with a cover letter preferably in one document.

     

    The GSA is an equal-opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the basis of race, colour, gender, national origin, age religion creed, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

    Only those who are granted interviews will be contacted.

    For any accessibility-related inquiries during this process, please contact jobs@gsacarleton.ca

    Job Posting: Sexual Assault Outreach Coordinator Deadline August 26th, 2022

    The GSA is hiring a Sexual Assault Outreach Program Coordinator!

    Remuneration: $30.27/hr (up to 7 hours a week)

    Number of Positions: (open only to Carleton graduate students)

     

    The start date for this position is Sept 7, 2022, and ends on April 30, 2023.

    Work Details:

    • Tabling and circulating promotional materials and conducting sexual health education

    • Variable time commitment throughout the academic term

    • Working with groups at Carleton and the broader Ottawa community.

    Job Description:

    • To assist in the education of the GSA’s membership and Carleton students at large about issues surrounding sexual assault awareness through advocacy and outreach.

    • Help foster student participation in sexual assault awareness/anti-oppression campaigns through organizing and facilitating campaign meetings

    • To participate in the creation of safe spaces and provide resources to graduate students based off the vision and platform of the GSA executive

    • Represent the GSA and students by sitting on relevant Carleton University committees

    • To help conduct outreach to students and to engage in public education concerning broader sexual violence issues, consent, sexual health, and equity campaigns through events (town halls, workshops, panels) and regular tabling

    • Assist in the organization of outreach events concerning sexual assault, consent, and sexual health

    • Support the dissemination and referral process regarding sexual assault resources both on and off campus

    • Help liaise and foster relationships with other organizations with similar mandates

    • Contribute content to the Grad Bulletin, GSA website, and social media

    • Support the promotion of safe spaces and sexual health during the GSA Welcome Weeks activities as requested by the executive

    • Other duties as required

    Qualifications:              

    • Must be a current graduate student at Carleton University

    • Strong communication skills, meeting facilitation skills, good ability to work on a team, and strong interpersonal skills

    • Have an understanding and an interest in awareness work around sexual assault

    • Can work independently with minimal supervision but is team oriented

    • Must have an understanding of intersections surrounding sexual assault and how sexual violence impacts various marginalized communities

    • Training as a support worker, councillor, peer supporter, etc. is an asset, but not required.

    • It is an asset but not required to have experience working with LGBTQQIA2S+ communities and families

    • Knowledge and understanding of equity issues and creating inclusive spaces

    Deadline:  August 26th, 2022.

         

    Submit a resume with a cover letter preferably in one document.

    The GSA is a unionized workplace (CUPE Local 1281)

     

    The GSA is an equal-opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the basis of race, colour, gender, national origin, age religion creed, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

    Only those who are granted interviews will be contacted.

    For any accessibility-related inquiries during this process, please contact jobs@gsacarleton.ca