7 Jobs In Montreal With $80,000+ Salaries

Jobs include a film production manager and a corporate secretary.
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7 Jobs In Montreal With $80,000+ Salaries

They say if you find a job you love, you'll never work a day in your life. Well, with so much going on, there are countless opportunities to find just the right job in Montreal.

A leader in so many different fields, the city is a great place for any number of careers.

From creative jobs to more strategic and calculated ones, Montreal is a city full of potential.

And a great pay doesn't hurt either.

Looking for your next move? Take a look at the list below for jobs in Montreal starting at $80k per year for inspiration.

This list is meant to give you an idea of the opportunities out there.

Note that these postings will likely disappear once employers find adequate candidates.

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Film Production Manager

Company: Scanline VFX Inc.

Salary: $83,200 – $114,400

Why You Need To Apply: For the chance to work in the incredible film and television scene right here in Montreal...

Corporate Secretary

Company: VIA Rail Canada

Salary: $119,000 – $144,680

Why You Need To Apply: For the chance to work for a company that keeps Canadians moving.

Construction Project Manager

Company: Pomerleau

Salary: $120,000 – $150,000

Why You Need To Apply: An amazing leadership role with a pretty impressive benefits package, including pension, medical and mileage paid.

Visual Effects Producer

Company: Scanline VFX Inc.

Salary: $156,000 – $208,000

Why You Need To Apply: Another incredible job posting to work on some of the coolest projects.

Manager, E-commerce

Company: Bailey Nelson Inc.

Salary: $135,000 – $150,000

Why You Need To Apply: An unbelievable opportunity that still allows you to work from home... can't you just see yourself in the position?

Dental Surgeon

Company: Clinique dentaire Remacle

Salary: $130,000

Why You Need To Apply: To bring a happy and healthy smile to Quebecers' faces.


Company: Technorm inc.

Salary: $80,000 – $110,000

Why You Need To Apply: To help add some life to the Montreal skyline.

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