If selected, CMOs will get paid $4,000 to post about their mac 'n cheeses on Instagram and convert people to choosing Cheetos over other brands.
Basically, all you have to do is convince people around you to try the cheesy pasta in an original way and you get one heck of a compensation for doing so.
"CMOs might go big and replace everything in their kitchen with Cheetos® new, sexy macs, or they could offer the last person to text them a hot bowl of Cheetos® Mac 'n Cheese delivered to their door," the listing reads.
To apply, you must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and over the age of 19.
While no acting experience is necessary, the cheesy company says you must still be "outgoing and comfortable filming yourself for social media."
You'll also have to fill out an application and send in a video explaining your unusual plan to turn people into Cheetos Mac 'n Cheese lovers just like you before November 29.*
If selected, you must be available for a virtual interview on December 2 and a short call on December 10. You will then have to create two posts and two Instagram stories and publish them between December 15 and January 15.
In addition to the $4,000 salary, CMOs will also receive promotional gifts from the brand and the company will provide all the boxes of mac 'n cheese you need to execute your plan.
In Quebec, Purolator is looking for couriers and sorters, a spokesperson told MTL Blog. It's also looking to fill positions in its retail shipping centres, with its fleet team and operations management roles.
A courier-sorter position in Lachine that's open online right now offers an hourly wage of $21.08 for 30 hours per week. It's a permanent position picking up and delivering shipments that requires a driver's license, solid (and safe) driving skills and a good sense of direction.
There's also a PM sorter position in Lachine. The duties include unloading and sorting freight and it pays $21.94/hour for 15 hours per week — plus three's potential to get a $400 hiring bonus plus two $500 retention bonuses after one, three and six months of work.
"The demand for shipping and transportation services remains high, with businesses working to put inventory on shelves as consumers head back into bricks and mortar locations, while the heightened online shopping habits evidenced throughout the pandemic remain strong," said John Ferguson, president and CEO of Purolator in a statement.
According to Purolator, we're already in "peak shipping season," which goes from November 1 to December 24 with the busiest day of the year being November 30.
Anyone who's looking for some decently-paying seasonal work, please stand up. UPS currently has a few hundred positions across many departments in and around the Montreal area ahead of the holiday package rush!
With several jobs available including drivers, package handlers, and even admin positions, this could be your chance to get into a flexible work schedule that could reap benefits down the line.
According to a statement shared with MTL Blog, "210 of these [jobs] are located in our Lachine, Blainville and Brossard facilities."
"We offer competitive wage ranges starting at over $17/hour, as well as flexibility, tuition reimbursement program, health benefits and multiple shift opportunities. But the biggest thing we offer seasonal hires, is a chance to start a career."
Here are just some of the jobs you'll find at UPS Montreal.
Salary: Starting at $19/hour, can go to $35.89/hour
Location: Lachine, Montreal
Why you should apply: If you have a class 5 license or higher and a clean driving record, this could be the job for you. Delivery drivers are the backbone of UPS and there is plenty of growth potential in this position.
Looking For: Bussers, bartenders, servers, hosts, and elves
Why You Should Apply: If you've always dreamed of being one of Santa's elves, now's your chance. This Christmas pop-up bar is opened from November 15 to December 26 and is in need of some festive people to become part of its staff. To apply, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.