If you're looking for a job that pays more than minimum wage but you don't have much experience, Amazon is currently hiring more than 1,000 warehouse associates in Lachine and Longueuil. \nThe gig pays $16 per hour with the possibility of an added $0.50 premium for night shifts, and the only qualification needed is a high school diploma — you don't even need a formal résumé to apply! \nEditor's Choice: 6 Stores In Montreal Having Major Winter Sales Right Now\n\n\n\n$16/Hour\n\n\nWage for an Amazon warehouse associate\n\n\nWhile French and English bilingualism is preferred, it isn't listed as a requirement. \nIn both locations, you'll be sorting, scanning and stacking packages as well as operating powered industrial equipment.\nYou may also get customer orders ready for delivery and use technology like scanners, computers and handheld printers. \nKeep in mind that you'll need to be able to lift up to 49 pounds as well as stand, walk, push, pull, squat, bend and reach during long shifts. \nIdeally, you should be physically fit as well as decent with machinery and technology.\nYou also must be able to handle noise and warm temperatures.\n\nThe job listing notes the various safety practices the company is taking. For instance, Amazon will give you protective gear, temperature checks are being conducted on-site and social distancing is in effect. \nThough CBC reported on health concerns in Canadian Amazon warehouses last year, Amazon said in a recent press release that it "prioritizes the safety and health of its employees," and has invested more than $961 million in safety measures and equipment.\nThe open positions in Longueuil are part-time while the positions in Lachine are full-time. \n\n\n\nSeasonal Warehouse Associate \nSalary: $16 per hour (+$0.50 night shift premium)\nCompany: Amazon\nWhy You Should Apply: It pays about $3 more per hour than minimum wage and will keep you physically active. If you're in need of a job but lack experience or French language skills, this could be a good fit for you! \nApply Here\n\n\nThis article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.