Finding a job in Montreal if you don't speak French will make your job search a little harder but it won't completely kill your chances to land a well-paying position. Knowing at least conversational French in this functionally bilingual city will give you the leg up in most companies and expand your career options.

But for those who need a job now (while brushing up and practicing your French knowledge), there are still companies out there looking for you.  

It doesn't matter if you're currently finishing school or already have a few years of experience under your belt, we found a little something for everyone. 

The defining factor for this list was not just "English only." We took into account things like company reviews, employee perks and just how freakin' awesome it sounds (hello, Just For Laughs). 

If you're looking for a job right now, you probably don't want to shell out money for French language classes. We've all been there. But you can check out our list of five cheap places to learn and practice French while in Montreal — some are totally free.  

Keep reading to find the list of the top nine English speaking jobs in Montreal right now. 

Retail Fashion Product Planner

Salary: Based on experience

If you have retail experience and a good eye for style and data, this could be the perfect job for you. While NEON Clothing prefers someone with French skills, it's not a deal-breaker, so make sure you wow them with your CV. 

NEON Clothing

Marketing and Event Coordinator

Salary: $30,000 – $40,000 a year

If you are a self-starter and your English is impeccable, this job is a great introduction to a career in marketing and event coordination. 

FLOGEN Technologies

Digital Marketing Specialists

Salary: $40,000 – $45,000 

There are a ton of English language digital marketing specialist jobs in Montreal; from in-house marketing teams or ad agencies, someone is always on the lookout to hire junior and senior positions. Plus, Matchbox looks like a fun and energetic team. 

Sales Associate

Salary: Possibility of $85,000 and up

Whether you have experience or not, if you want a job in English only sales, Marcus Evans is a good place to start. They have a sales training program on how to master the art of negotiation, business education, and closing, and their commission rates allow even newbies to make the big bucks.  

Marcus Evans

International and Canadian Programming Manager

Salary: Not specified

You need 3-5 years of experience in comedy show production, but if you can land this job then it's all worth it. If you are a true lover of standup, are a great communicator, can handle high-pressure priorities, and have strong organizational skills, then you have the chance to work on one of the best festivals in the world, Just for Laughs. 

Just For Laughs

Customer Service (From home!) 

Salary: $20/hour

After a one-week training period, you are actually able to work from home. What's great is that you don't even need to talk to anyone on the phone. Everything is through emails or social messages. 

Videographer & Editor

Salary: $30,000 – $40,000 a year

Have a demo reel? Want to get in on the ground floor with lots of room for growth? Wealthy Commercials Inc. is hiring videographers and editors for shoots. You can check out some of their commercials on YouTube to see if it would be a good fit. 

Wealthy Commercials 

Travel Concierge

Salary: Not specified

If you love travel and want to get a sneak peek into how the upper 1% book their holidays (private chefs, private islands, yachts, etc), then working as a personal travel concierge for luxury villa rentals may be for you. The company also offers free travel perks around the world. 

Rental Escapes

Social Media Specialist 

Salary: Based on experience

This is another one of those English only positions that pop up a lot in Montreal. But don't think a social media position is just posting to Instagram every day, it's also analyzing data and constant A/B testing. MindGeek operates mostly in English and they serve up a lot of perks for employees. 


Montreal companies are constantly on the look for new hires that may not speak French. There really are options for everyone. 

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