MTL Blog knows that people are forever searching for jobs in Montreal, so we created a list of job opportunities that the City of Montreal is offering at the moment.\nWhat could be better than working for a city that you adore?\nSee the list below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWorking for the Ville de Montréal comes with a few good perks, the main one being relatively good job security. As the largest employer in the metropolitan area, the city has over 28, 000 employees and still has hundreds of job postings that have yet to be filled. Like most jobs in Montreal, your French language skills will have to be strong to be considered, only English won't cut it.\nBut once you're in the door, so to speak, you have access to pretty attractive benefits like pension, group insurance, and above-average vacation weeks.\nAccording to the city itself, with absolutely no bias, some of the other job perks that could change your life include satisfying challenges, the satisfaction of a career serving citizens, competitive pay and benefits, a healthy work-life balance (most jobs have a 35-hour workweek and the possibility of flex time), and the option for career advancement.\nApplying is relatively easy, all you have to do is create an account (if you haven't worked for the city before), make sure you have all the coordinating documents and then just apply online.\nThe City of Montreal is currently looking to hire every type of position from crossing guards to architects. And there is even a dream job working with the Biodome, where you take care of the animals — this one closes quickly, so apply today if you're interested.\nTake a look below at nine of the positions that the City of Montreal is currently looking to hire!\nHorticulture and Parks Foreman\nView this post on Instagram ✔️ À GO, ON VOTE!⠀ ⠀ La Commission de la toponymie du Québec a choisi ses douze toponymes coups de coeur, dont un dans Le Plateau, parmi les quelque 1 300 noms de lieux officialisés en 2019.⠀ ⠀ La place des Fleurs-de-Macadam située entre les rues Boyer et de Mentana fait partie du lot et est maintenant finaliste pour le prix Toponyme coup de foudre du public. À vous de jouer, vous avez jusqu'au lundi 10 février pour voter!⠀ ⠀ Pour voter, rendez-vous sur notre site Web : https://montreal.ca/le-plateau-mont-royal (lien dans la bio)⠀ ⠀ 📍 Utilisez le mot-clic #LePlateau et\\ou identifiez-nous dans vos publications⠀ ⠀ (Photo: Mélanie Dussault)⠀ ⠀ #FleursDeMacadam #LePlateau #PlacePublique #Prix #Toponymie #Vote #Urbanisme #MtlMoments #MtlPhotos #Amenagement A post shared by Le Plateau-Mont-Royal (@lepmr) on Feb 5, 2020 at 3:11pm PST\nOrganization: Arrondissement de Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Borough\nEstimated salary: from $73,591 to $91,985\nApply now!\nLaboratory Technical Assistant\nView this post on Instagram I've spent roughly 4 weeks total in Montreal this year. It was my home away from home and escape from my very busy life in Toronto. I've eaten, slept, partied, worked, cooked and climbed there. Question is, could I say that I've lived there? . . . #montreal #montrealskyline #water #blueskies #travellifestyle #travellife #travelandwork #travelblogger #travelbug #travelphotography #cityday #montrealtravel #phonephotography #follow4follow #beauty #scenery #montrealwaterfront #quebec #canadianviews A post shared by Jenny T (@jennyfint) on Jun 8, 2019 at 8:55am PDT\nOrganization: Service de l’environnement\nEstimated hourly wage: $19.51\nApply now!\nLiaison Officer for Cultural, Sports and Social Development\nView this post on Instagram ‘Nandito Tayo / Nous sommes ici / We are here’ — This exhibition, created in collaboration with the PINAY organization, is an engaging and tactile experience that seamlessly connects visitors with archival information and oral histories of people within the Filipino community telling their stories of migration and invisible domestic work. I found myself smiling, laughing, and tearing up while I listened to these stories and sitting in front of the beautifully-drawn portraits. HUGE congratulations to you, Deann, ( @friedchickenvixen )on the exhibition! I highly recommend if you’re in Montreal before Sept 15th, to check it out. — More information: The artists Felikinesis and Deann Louise C. Nardo have joined with the PINAY organization to develop a project that is based on the collective memory and resilience of the large Filipino community in the Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood. PINAY is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1991. It fights for the rights and well-being of women who immigrated from the Philippines, in particular for the improving of living conditions of domestic workers and their families (http://pinayquebec.org). The project "Nandito tayo / We are Here / Nous sommes ici" present a soundscape and visual landscape to celebrate the memories and stories of seven persons who are part of this community. Exploring the impact of migration, invisible domestic work and the visible borders in the daily life of these women of various generations, this participative effort in will reflect on the movements and transformations of “at home”. A post shared by Kali Banner (@kalibanner) on Sep 10, 2019 at 2:21pm PDT\nOrganization: Arrondissement de Côte-des-Neiges – Notre-Dame-de-Grâce\nEstimated salary: from $48,666 to $63,868\nApply now!\nLandscape Architect Technician\nView this post on Instagram Le temps passe vite. Bientôt, des feuilles rouges seront aperçues par terre! 🍃🍂🌳 Merci @chantale.rouleau pour cette photo. #jardin #fleurs #verdunqc #beauté #nature A post shared by Arrondissement de Verdun (@arr_verdun) on Aug 29, 2019 at 7:26am PDT\nOrganization: Arrondissement de Verdun\nEstimated Salary: from $55,887 to $72,206\nApply now!\nREAD ALSO: Pointe-Claire Village Transformed Into A Christmas Scene For The Home Alone Reboot (Video)\n911 Emergency Attendant\nView this post on Instagram La Spvm conterdit la fraternité! • • • • • #police #montreal #centreville #arrestation #grève #service #loi #laloi #spvm #canada #2020 #rural #villedemontreal #mtl #mtlblog #autorité #quebec A post shared by Police de la ville de Montréal (@spvm.ca) on Jan 25, 2020 at 8:45pm PST\nOrganization: SPVM\nEstimated salary: from $48,120 to $63,648\nApply now!\nSocial Media Writing and Broadcasting\nPosted by Ville de Montréal on Tuesday, October 29, 2019\nOrganization: Service de l'expérience citoyenne et des communications\nEstimated salary: from $52,534 to $68,400\nApply now!\nBorough Secretary\nView this post on Instagram Le parvis de Biencourt • Soyez-y demain à 17 h 30 pour le lancement officiel de Vue de ruelle!💃 A post shared by Arrondissement du Sud-Ouest (@lesudouest) on Aug 16, 2017 at 2:39pm PDT\nOrganization: Arrondissement Le Sud Ouest\nEstimated salary: from $90,941 to $113,676\nApply now!\nMarketing Research Agent\n«La lumière des ombres» par Alexis Monnerville - «Montréal, le design au quotidien» - 34e édition - Centre d’histoire de MontréalPosted by Ville de Montréal on Monday, November 4, 2013\nOrganization: Service de l'expérience citoyenne et des communications\nEstimated salary: from $56,245 to $94,211\nApply now!\nLibrarian\nView this post on Instagram Almost ready for tonight's opening, hope to see everybody there! A post shared by Federico Carbajal (@carbajal.federico) on Sep 6, 2018 at 8:58am PDT\nOrganization: Arrondissement de Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension\nEstimated salary: from $56,245 to $94,211\nApply now!\nYou can find more listings online at the City of Montreal job portal.