Whether you're a professional looking for a new opportunity or a student seeking career inspiration, this list of jobs in Quebec offers, at the very least, a snapshot of positions available in the province in the $80,000-100,000 salary range.
Note that these postings will likely disappear once employers find suitable candidates.
Salary: $41 per hour
Company: Cité Construction
Who Should Apply: The requirements are just one sentence: "Hold a CCQ competency card in carpentry and joinery, be hardworking, have a good attitude and be punctual."
Salary: $47 per hour
Company: Clinique de réadaptation Hippo-Action
Who Should Apply: The posting calls for a professional member of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec with two to three years of experience.
Planner, Project Controller
Company: Société de transport de Montréal (STM)
Who Should Apply: The controller will be at the heart of STM project planning.
The Montreal transit company is looking for someone with "a bachelor's degree in business administration, engineering" or another "appropriate discipline" with at least five years of "relevant experience."
Who Should Apply: In addition to a broad range of knowledge and skills in the field, the ideal candidate has a university or college degree in electrical engineering and five to ten years of experience.
Senior Advisor, Safety Governance & Compliance
Company: VIA Rail
Who Should Apply: As you can imagine, the safety and compliance advisor has a long list of duties that are both internal and external-facing.
VIA Rail wants someone who has a "university degree in Safety, Health, Environmental management, Risk management, Engineering" or another "relevant field," as well as eight to 10 years of experience.
Company: Cofomo Développement
Who Should Apply: The architect will serve as an "information security consultant for business or technological projects" and carry out "security risk analyses," among other duties.
They must possess professional certification and have nine years of experience in IT, "including three years in information security."
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