7 Seasonal Jobs You Can Get It In Montreal For The 2020 Holiday Season

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7 Seasonal Jobs You Can Get It In Montreal For The 2020 Holiday Season

Believe it or not, it's almost the holiday season — I know, right? Not only is it a time for magic and cheer, but it's also a great time of year for anyone looking for a seasonal job in Montreal.

Seasonal jobs are great for those looking for a gig during the holidays without committing to something more long-term.

Although some of these positions do offer the possibility of extending.

A great way to wrap up 2020 and ring in the new year, which we all could use right about now!

Plus you'll get to bring some holiday cheer to the people of Montreal and what could be better than that?

Various Positions (Advisor, Customer Experience, Merchandiser)

Company: Best Buy

Why You Need To Apply: To help Montrealers pick just the right gadget for someone on their present list that'll make this a holiday season to remember.

Seasonal Sales Support

Company: Tiffany & Co.

Why You Need To Apply: To bring a little bling and pizzazz to people's holiday season.

Seasonal Greeter

Company: Bell

Why You Need To Apply: Be the first person that customers see when they enter the store and wish people "Happy Holidays" on behalf of one of Canada's largest companies.

Seasonal Customer Service Representative

Company: SSENSE

Why You Need To Go: If Christmas 2020 is going to look a little different than other years, then at least we can make it the most fashionable.

Christmas Lights Installer

Company: Christmas Lights by Skedaddle

Why You Need To Apply: Be part of the team that puts up twinkling lights that make people say "Wow, I love the holiday season!"

Retail Associate

Company: Santa'Ville

Why You Need To Apply: Help bring some holiday magic into Montrealers' homes with some of the most spectacular decorations and ornaments.

Santa Claus

Company: Royaume de Noël

Why You Need To Apply: Experience the holiday season as the OG, himself.

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