Canada Post Is Hiring 290 Clerks In Montreal & No Experience Is Needed To Make $21/Hour
If you get bored with 9 to 5 jobs, this gig is for you!
The postal clerk position in Saint-Laurent is temporary and "on call," which means they would call you as needed for all kinds of shifts — including days, evenings, overnights and weekends — with the possibility of accepting or refusing.
If you get bored easily — especially when it comes to the daily grind — this is the perfect gig to ensure your lifestyle isn't too redundant.
Plus, the cost of living is pretty high in the city, so a well-paying job like this is more than an advantage; it's a necessity.
The salary for this position is $21.19 per hour.
No experience is required to apply, but a history of working in a production environment is an asset.
With competitive salaries and the possibility of permanent employment, it's definitely a sought-after place to work.
They have several open positions besides clerks, such as letter carriers and post office assistants.
Depending on the position, you may be eligible for a wide range of medical, disability and personal benefits.
The postal clerk's job responsibilities include:
- Operating company vehicles
- Handling equipment
- Receiving and accepting mail items
- Sorting, scanning, sequencing and batching mail items
- Transferring and loading postal trucks
- Transferring and dispatching parcels and packages
- Completing reports and documentation
The positive comments highlight the simplicity of the position, the pleasant atmosphere, job security and, for on-call employees, the flexibility.
The less positive points revolve around the wait for a full-time position, as well as the trials and tribulations of customer service.
You can apply through LinkedIn or directly through the Canada Post website. A reference letter is required.
You can apply until October 10, 2020.
Salary: $21.19 per hour
Employer: Canada Post
Why you should apply: Because the salary is enticing and it's an ideal job for a flexible schedule.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.