Add your expertise to our team for a major project to modernize the 911 call system. This challenging $20 million project has a direct impact on the safety of over 2,000,000 Montrealers.
Are you dynamic and want to make a difference in your community? The LaSalle Youth Council / Conseil jeunesse de LaSalle (CJL) is looking for motivated candidates between the ages of 14 and 26 who have an interest in democratic life and wish to represent the borough’s youth.
Are you an Indigenous person looking for a job? The city has an opportunity for you to have a six-month work experience.
Have you been invited to an interview with the city? Here are some preparation tips so you can demonstrate your ability to take on the responsibilities of the position.
A number of jobs are currently available for this summer in Saint-Laurent. See the list below and apply!
Are you an artistic commissioner or a cultural worker from one of the city’s diverse ethnocultural or racialized groups? Submit your candidacy to collaborate with the maisons de la culture (arts centres) by no later than October 31.
The city aims to serve the entire population and wants its employees to reflect the diversity of its residents. This is why we are offering persons with disabilities the opportunity to gain a six-month work experience.
Do you have or are about to obtain National Lifeguard (Pool) certification? Do you want to enjoy a unique employment experience and be of service to the community? Become a municipal lifeguard!
Are you having trouble finding a job despite your experience? Give your career a boost by participating in the Career Mentorship program, which offers 6 months of paid work experience in an industry that matches your education.
Put your IT expertise to work for the population. Website development, creation of online services and mobile apps: join the team powering the city’s digital transformation. We have challenges to equal your ambitions.
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