To help break the myth that we need to speak French to get a job in our city, MTL Blog decided to make a list of available jobs in Montreal for English speakers.\nCheck out our list of job opportunities for anglos below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nLet's face it - if you're looking for a job in Montreal and don't speak French, you're facing a Herculean task that quickly morphs into a Sisyphean task. Greek mythology metaphors aside, the odds might be against you but as Nike (the shoes, not the goddess) tells us "impossible is nothing." There are plenty of jobs in Montreal for English speakers — all you have to is look!\nMTL Blog is on a mission to break the myth that anglophones can't get jobs in Montreal because we know how far from true this is.\nFrom tutoring to retail work, there's often a wide variety of jobs that require exclusively English-speaking people. Sometimes, you can find a job with a company from Ontario or the U.S. that has offices in Montreal. And other times, a Quebec company might be looking for an English speaker to help grow its business.\nMany people fail to see all the opportunities that surround them, so we're here to let the English speakers of our city know what chances they have on their plate. So without further or do, here are the six best jobs for English-speakers in Montreal available right now!\nTelesales Agent at 411 Smart Search\nSalary: $14 - $25/hour\nPosted by 411 SmartSearch on Saturday, August 31, 2019\n411 Smart Search is an established online marketing company that's looking for telephone agents for their Montreal sales team. Previous sales experience is a benefit, but not essential!\nTo apply to 411 Smart Search, click here.\nSales Representative at LVM\nSalary: $35,000/year\nPosted by Lash Vision Media on Sunday, February 24, 2019\nLVM is a leading Montreal-based advertising agency. They are looking for an experienced English-speaking sales rep to join their global team. At least two years of experience in a similar capacity is essential.\nApply to LVM and live out your "Mad Men" dreams today!\nPAB/PSW at Manoir Beaconsfield\nSalary: to be determined\nRésidences Quebec\nManoir Beaconsfield is an assisted-living facility that's looking for an experienced English-speaking personal support worker to join their team. Patience and compassion are a must for this type of work.\nIf you're ready for a unique challenge in the medical field, don't hesitate to apply today! It says "urgently hiring" on the job posting, so make sure to act fast!\nProduct Content Writer at WorkJam\nSalary: to be determined\nWorkJam is excited to announce its acquisition of Peerio, a leading cross-platform, end-to-end encrypted chat messaging...Posted by WorkJam on Sunday, January 13, 2019\nWorkJam is looking for an English content writer to optimize its online platform and SEO engine. If you're a skilled copy editor with a keen eye, this could be the job for you!\nApply to WorkJam today!\nAdministrative Assistant at MNC Capital Inc.\nSalary: to be determined\n© Cineberg Ug | Dreamstime.com\nYou'll be working with* the CEO of MNC Capital, managing client relationships, emails, and documents. The position demands someone who is comfortable multi-tasking and is an independent worker.\nIf this sounds like the right job for you, apply today!\nAnimal Welfare Research Assistant at Charles River\nSalary: to be determined\nWe are honored to be named to the 2020 list of #Montreal’s Top Employers for the third year in a row! Learn more: https://t.co/KpoS9nE7H8 pic.twitter.com/8xrj4sirEE— Charles River Labs (@CRiverLabs) January 31, 2020\nAt Charles River, your responsibilities as a research assistant include conducting lab tests and research on animal behaviour and the welfare of these animals. The position is a temporary summer-only post, for English-speaking students in veterinary sciences.\nTo apply for this summer position, please click here.\nAs much as it helps, you don't always have to speak French to get a job in Montreal. You just have to look really really (really) hard — but don't let that deter you!\nGood luck on the job hunt, Montreal!\n*This article has been updated.