VP Campaigns & Equity

Honoraria & Work Term:

$14,098/year
 

Incoming two week shadow period**

10 hrs/wk


$133/wk
 

Remainder of term (including exam periods and reading weeks)

$266.00/wk @ 20 hrs/wk (10 hours in the TCSA office)*
 

20 days paid vacation (10 to occur during winter break)


May bank up to 40 lieu hrs over course of the term, which may be used to cover reading wks.
 

5 paid sick days
; access to additional paid sick days for appropriate medical issues.

Statutory holiday pay (20% of 4-week average if holiday falls on a vacation day)

 

Description Summary:

  • Assist in the organization of the Association’s efforts/role in Orientation activities & programming, including O-Week and Frost Week. 


  • Work to increase engagement of students in the political process. 


  • Sit on the Events Committee in the organization of at least one social, campaign, or educational 
activity per month during the academic year on behalf of the Association, including but not limited to guest speakers, lectures, trips, shows, films, and other such events and activities deemed appropriate. 


  • Sit on the Executive Committee of the Ontario Component of the Canadian Federation of Students as the Local 71 Representative. 


  • Be responsible for knowing & implementing CFS services for the Association in consultation wit hteh Operations and Services Manager.

  • Maintain reasonable contact with other post-secondary institution’s students unions. 


  • Support the Association’s Equity Commissioners in the organization of campaigns of interests to 
students, where possible in conjunction with external organizations. 


  • Work with campus and community partners to work towards a campus free from racism, sexism, 
homophobia, transphobia and other forms of oppression. 


  • Coordinate delegations to national and provincial general meetings of the Canadian Federation of 
Students. 


  • Be the principle organizer of campaigns and lobby efforts led by the Association.

  • Develop a 
Campaigns Delivery Strategy to be presented to the Board of Directors for approval by the first meeting in October. The document shall include at least one major campaign regarding issues of accessibility to and funding for post-secondary education. 


  • Be responsible for chairing the Standing Committee on Grocery Assistance, and the organization & administration of the Grocery Assistance Program. 


  • Be responsible, with the assistance of the Association Resource Manager, for completing the Executive exit survey & any transition documentation.

  • Shared front desk responsibilities when needed. 


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