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So here's the truth — one day, you're going to have to get used to the fact that mom or dad won't always be there to buy you lunch/drop-off/school. They've been paying for things for you since the day you were born, now the least owe them is financial independence! Luckily for you, there's a wide range of well-paying student summer jobs in Montreal available to you, along with ones on the South Shore and on the North Shore also.
Whether you want to be in customer service, behind a desk with a green plant, or in a park entertaining a group of children, you have a wide range of choices in and around our city. Yet another proof that Montreal's versatility exists in all kinds of different ways.
Please note that all of the job listings were available that the time this article was written, but may not be by the time you, as a reader, get to it.
Day Camp Counsellor
Salary: Between $13 and $20 per hour
Why you should apply: There is no shortage of day camps in the Greater Montreal area. If you love the outdoors and entertaining kids of all ages, the job of a day camp counsellor is for you. You still have time to think of a funky nickname!
See camp counsellor job options here.
Call Center Agent
Salary: $20.90 per hour
Why you should apply: Ensuring that blood banks are always full, promoting different types of donations and looking for different donors and potential donors — that's the job profile in a nutshell. Do you have what it takes?
Salary: $15.25 per hour
Company: Starbucks Coffee
Why you should apply: School fee refunds, competitive insurance, great teams, all-you-can-eat coffee — this is what you'll get if you want to develop your customer service experience at one of the world's most popular multinationals.
Start your application here.
Salary: $20.46 per hour
Why should you apply: The corporation offers excellent working conditions that are sure to make you enjoy the job. And the salary is pretty awesome as well.
Branch AdvisorSQDC | Facebook
Salary: $16.95 per hour
Company: La société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC)
Why you should apply: Let's stick to the state corporation theme. Just like the SAQ, the SQDC offers many competitive benefits, such as a disability plan, a drug and health care insurance plan, life insurance, and a pension plan!
Take the leap here.
Salary: $16 per hour
Why you should apply: As one of the few companies in Quebec that has set its minimum hourly rate to $16, Simons is the perfect place if you're looking for a challenging job that's a change from the coffee shop. Plus, if you're a fashionable person, you'll be spoiled.
Salary: Between $15 and $20 per hour, depending on the position.
Company: Casino of Montréal – Loto-Québec
Why you should apply: Customer service is an integral part of the Casino de Montréal. Loto-Québec is looking for dynamic and passionate individuals to help provide an unparalleled entertainment experience for their clients. Whether it's a doorman, valet, or receptionist, you've got options.
See the job posting here.
Salary: $25.89 per hour
Company: City of Montreal
Why you should apply: Being a lifeguard is good. But why not step up the game and be an aquatic coordinator? You coordinate and oversee the work of a group of lifeguards while ensuring the cleanliness and orderliness of the area, the availability of safety equipment, discipline and compliance with rules. What's the best part?
Salary: Between $15 and $18.36 per hour
Company: Caisse Populaire Desjardins
Why you should apply: By being a cashier at Desjardins, you could eventually become a permanent employee. By going to the Desjardins website, you can see which section is looking for that rare pearl.
Get more info about Desjardins positions here.
Ambassador For Humanitarian Organizations
Salary: Between $19 and $22 per hour
Why you should apply: If humanitarian aid is something that touches you personally, you are surely the person they need. You will be inclined to work for several non-governmental organizations, such as OXFAM and Médecins du Monde.
Regulatory PatrollerJean-Michel Clermont-Goulet
Salary: $20.15 per hour
Company: City of Longueuil
Why should you apply: People may have their opinion of Longueuil, but I think this city is still a jewel on the South Shore. As a regulatory patroller, you will patrol the city by bicycle to meet the population and conduct inspections on the territory.
Get all the job information here.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.