Associate Commissioner for Student Space Campaigning The Central Student Association is a complex organization that must remain responsive to external events. In the interest of serving the organization and general students, the CSA Executive Commissioners may at times require additional support to fully perform within their portfolios. Associate Commissioner positions shall be selected to assist with specific tasks or sections of portfolios. Term: January 27, 2014 – April 4, 2014 (10 weeks) Hours: 42 hours total (approximately 3 hours a week) Honorarium: $400 Supervisors: Human Resources and Operations Commissioner Job Description: General Responsibilities To represent the Central Student Association as requested in matters pertaining to student space campaigning To assist in the compilation of data and a report pertaining to student space on campus To meet on a bi-weekly basis with the Human Resources and Operations Commissioner To submit monthly work logs & prepare a report at the end of the term detailing activity to date Campaigns To assist the Human Resources and Operations Commissioner with matters pertaining to student space campaigning To provide support at campaign meetings To aid with research & materials creation To conduct presentations about CSA campaigns to campus groups To table, attend resources fairs and gather student input on behalf of the CSA Qualifications Ability to work independently & with minimal supervision Experience in researching and writing reports Excellent organization, time management, and communication skills Familiarity and experience working with the various relevant on-campus organizations, services and initiatives Experience with outreach and presentation skills, is an asset Strong understanding of, and commitment to anti-oppression Knowledge of the CSA Deadline for applications is January 21st, 2014 at 4:00 PM Resumes and cover letters accepted by e-mail to [email protected] Hiring Preference is given to students. For a complete copy of the CSA Hiring Policy, visit www.csaonline.ca. The CSA hiring policy is found in Appendix D of the Policy Manual, Section 4.0. The CSA is a committed to employment equity and to the creation of a working environment that is welcoming for all applicants. We particularly encourage applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, racialized people, international students and members of Queer communities.