Facility monitors, receptionists, facilitators: The city offers a varied array of stimulating part- and full-time summer jobs. Whether you’re a student or a professional, learn more about our job offers.
A summer job that’s just right for you
Do you love sports and outdoor activities, or working with kids? Does customer service appeal to you? Then the city has a job that’s just right for you, with numerous positions available in all the boroughs. Learn more about the job openings at the city.
Would you like to join a young and lively team? We’re looking for 250 new lifeguards for our outdoor pools. Jobs are available all across Montréal.
Learn more about qualifications and apply here (in French)
Want to gain valuable work experience during your summer break? Then look no longer, you’ve come to the right place! Work alongside your peers in our beautiful green spaces or innovative playgrounds. Use your creativity to lead teams through games and outdoor activities, and contribute to your neighbourhood’s vitality.
Applicants must hold a standard first aid certificate
f you enjoy working as a team, helping people and reading, this position is tailor-made for you! You’ll assist visitors and receive school groups, as well as showcase our books and help present workshops.
Come lend prevention agents a hand and improve fire safety in Montréal. You’ll help ensure that smoke alarms function properly and raise public awareness about the risks of fires at home.
A career at the city
Seeking a job for the summer, or perhaps for even longer? Several positions are available, so act now to start your career with the city.
Do you like working with your hands and being outdoors? You could help with road work, in parks, or with waste collection or even snow removal.
Applicants must hold a high school diploma (DES). A Class 1 or 3 driver’s licence may lead to a position as a driver.
Did you know Montréal is home to more than 350 000 trees? Help protect wildlife by disposing of dead or potentially harmful or dangerous tree branches on city property, in parks and gardens, and on median strips.
Applicants must hold a secondary school vocational diploma (SSVD) in arboriculture pruning (applicable to both positions) and a Class 3 driver’s licence (pruner only).
Be in charge of growing and maintaining several types of plants, preparing the soil and landscaping. Our streets, community gardens, parks and open spaces await you!
Applicants must hold a diploma of college studies (DEC) or a secondary school vocational diploma (SSVD) in horticulture.
A host of other jobs are available!
More than 100 positions are available for the summer! Check out the job offers by selecting the “Emploi d’étudiant - Emploi d’été - Emploi saisonnier - Sauveteur” (Student Jobs - Summer Jobs - Seasonal Jobs - Lifeguards) category.