7 Jobs Hiring In Montreal Right Now That Pay At Least $20/Hour

Some even require little to no experience!
Contributing Writer
7 Jobs Hiring In Montreal Right Now That Pay At Least $20/Hour

For anyone looking for new employment, you'll be happy to know there are tons of jobs hiring in Montreal right now — especially for someone looking for a pretty competitive hourly wage.

We took a look to see who's hiring in the city right now for at least $20 per hour.

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Along with the pay, a lot of these companies offer amazing perks like all types of insurance and even some freebies. Some require little to no experience.

But don't take too long deciding — a lot of these postings are looking for someone to start as soon as possible, so they'll be gone before you know it.

Reception

Company: Développement et Paix

Salary: $25 per hour, 21–28 hours per week

Why You Need To Check It Out: Get the chance to work for an amazing organization that does unbelievable humanitarian work around the world.

Automotive Painter - Motor Vehicle Repair

Company: Fix Auto Centre-Ville

Salary: $22–33 per hour, 40 hours per week

Why You Need To Check It Out: No degree or certificate required.

Plumber

Company: Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth

Salary: $34.63 per hour, 32–40 hours per week

Why You Need To Check It Out: You'll get the chance to work at one of Montreal's most famous hotels and one of the most iconic hotel companies in Canada.

Food Service Manager

Company: Kinton Ramen

Salary: $38.46 per hour, 40 hours per week

Why You Need To Check It Out: You'll get a host of perks, including medical, dental and, we'd imagine, some food.

Executive Assistant

Company: La Boîte à Lunettes

Salary: $24–27 per hour, 35 hours per week

Why You Need To Check It Out: This position is looking for someone to start as soon as possible.

Recruiter

Company: Mobia Technology Innovations

Salary: $20-27 per hour, 40 hours per week

Why You Need To Check It Out: This job offers remote work and is looking to start right away.

Dental Office Receptionist

Company: Personnel Dentaire enr

Salary: $18-26 per hour, 33 hours per week

Why You Need To Check Out: Of course, you'll get great dental coverage.

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