The applications for this position are now closed! Thank you to everyone who applied, and best of luck. If you haven’t heard from us by the end of day on Sunday, June 10 2018, you have not been selected for an interview. Thanks again for your interest! <3

(Cette information est disponible en francais sur le formulaire de candidature lui-meme, disponible en suivant ce lien.)

Hiring: Full-Time Store Manager

Application deadline: June 1, 2018 at 5:00PM

Hours: Minimum of 32 hours/week (4 days/week of full-time work), with occasional hours outside of regular store hours
Salary: $18.00/hr + benefits
Duration: One-year contract (renewable)
Application Form:

Primary tasks and responsibilities include:
– Overseeing, managing, and scheduling part-time worker-members
– Ensuring the overall functioning of the store, including (but not limited to):
– addressing customer complaints
– working the till
– counting the cash
– general store maintenance
– processing books as they arrive and pricing them
– completing book returns, communicating with suppliers
– communicating with professors
– inventory management
– Organizing events, including semesterly used book sales
– In coordination with the Finance Coordinator, performing sales analyses and commenting on general sales trends
– Liasing with the Board of Directors, including presenting a monthly staff report and implementing Board directives
– Generally doing what needs to be done for the store!

Requirements: The ideal candidate will…
– Have experience working in a retail environment
– Have management experience
– Have exceptional organizational skills and/or project management experience
– Have excellent communications skills and good people skills more generally
– Have good problem-solving skills
– Be self-motivated
– Be able to deal with problems that arise during stressful situations/be able to work under pressure
– Have a familiarity with Mac computers, as well as Microsoft Office (Excel especially) and Google Drive
– Share similar values with the Co-op’s mission and mandate and be committed to upholding those values in the workplace, including: not-for-profit business models and other alternatives to capitalism; left/radical politics; social justice, including issues affecting oppressed groups including (but not limited to): people of colour, women, queer people, trans people, and people with disabilities
– Be willing to give a lot of time, energy, and love to the Co-op and its membership!

Assets: It would also be great if the candidate had…
– A Bachelor’s degree or other experience as a student in post-secondary education
– Experience with Lightspeed OnSite
– Experience working in a bookstore, library, or other book-related field
– Spoken & written French (intermediary)
– The ability to lift and carry boxes up to 30lbs
– Experience working with/knowledge of Concordia University and its communities
– Experience with non-profits, not-for-profits, community organizations, or other alternative business models

Application Details

Please submit this form by Friday, June 1st 2018 at 5:00PM. Your cover letter, if you choose to include one, can be addressed to the CCSCB Hiring Committee.

The Co-op has a commitment to employment equity in our hiring practices. We encourage applicants to describe the unique contributions that they, as individuals with diverse experiences, would bring to the Co-op in their cover letter or resume. Please also indicate below that you would like to be considered for Employment Equity.

For more information on anything about this application, you can contact Marika or Shyam at 514-848-7445 or email us at

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