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.
Are you an Indigenous person looking for a job? The city has an opportunity for you to have 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.
Help to carry out exciting projects to meet Montréal residents’ needs. Become an IT project manager for the city!
No matter what stage you’re at in your working life, we offer a wide range of jobs and internships in services, departments and sites where your skills can make a difference. Find out how to view our job opportunities and apply online.
Fun and diverse summer jobs are what we have to offer you in the summertime! The city is looking for lifeguards, facility monitors, receptionists, facilitators and fire safety and cleanliness brigadiers.
Would you like to be a spokesperson for seniors and get involved in municipal life? The Senior’s Council was created so that they can have a voice with elected officials and the Administration. Join your local council!
Do you want to get involved in your community and promote issues that are relevant to your age group? The Youth Council was created to enable young people to have a voice with elected officials and the Administration. Join your local council!
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.
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