9 Jobs In Montreal With Benefits Out The Butt To Apply To Right Now

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9 Jobs In Montreal With Benefits Out The Butt To Apply To Right Now

Finding a job that you love can be a difficult task, finding a job with great benefits can sometimes seem impossible. The job hunt can be exhausting, discouraging, and tough. However, we're always eager to make your lives a little easier. So, we did the research for you and found a ton of Montreal jobs to apply to right now that come with some sick benefits.

Benefits may have seemed like nothing when we were younger. But, the older we get, the more we realize how valuable having benefits with a job truly are. 

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From health and dental benefits to access to medical help and paid sick days, there are so many incredible jobs in our city that may be an ideal fit for you. All you have to do is apply!

This list will give you an idea of jobs currently hiring in Montreal, all of which come with great benefits. 

If you're struggling to find a new position, or you're just curious to see what else is out there, why not check out one of these job listings?

You may just find your dream job while doing so.

Customer Service Representative 

Company: Gatestone

This customer service job is for English speakers only and it is one of the most promising openings in our city.

Besides working in a growing company, you will be able to take advantage of both dental care and extended health care.

Apply here

Client Service Representative

Company: CIBC

CIBC is one of the most popular banks in Montreal, which is one of the reasons why this job may get snatched fast.

Another reason is due to the awesome benefits that come with the position including banking benefits, health benefits program, and employee share purchase plan.

Apply here

Admission Counsellor

Company: Musitechnic

If you have a passion for music, this is the job you want to check out. This position not only allows you to dive into your passion but the benefits are also pretty impressive.

Those benefits include dental care, disability insurance, life insurance, vision care, and more.

Apply here

Inbound Representative – Patient Care Centre

Company: Lasik MD

This job at Lasik MD not only gives you the opportunity to grow within the company but it will provide you with great benefits.

Those benefits include medical and fringe benefits like free LASIK surgery and insurance plans!

Apply here

Customer Care Representative


Company: MSC: Global Container Shipping Company

MSC is a growing company that is looking to expand its team.

Not only will this job provide you with RRSP coverage and a gym facility but employees also get 100% health and dental benefits coverage.

Apply here

Client Care Representative

Company: Sun Life Financial

Sun Life Financial will provide you with full benefits from the moment you begin working.

If you have great communication skills and are team-oriented, this may be a great fit for you.

Apply here

Leasing Specialist

Company: CAPREIT

This growth-oriented company owns and operates the highest quality rental communities across Canada.

This promising position will also allow you to have flexible health, dental and vision benefits, paid vacation, and more.

Apply here

E-Commerce Forecast Analyst

Company: Globe Electric

Working at Globe Electric will not only provide you with the luxury to work remotely and make $40,000 annually but it will also provide you with health and dental benefits that are worth sending your application in for.

Apply here

Call Center Representative

Company: Desjardins

Desjardins is currently looking for high school graduates to join its call center.

Some of the awesome benefits include Complete training paid for by Desjardins possibility to be reimbursed for tuition fees, defined benefit pension plan, performance incentive plan, discount on annual fees for Desjardins credit cards, and even a 20% discount on your yearly STM pass.

Read more about Desjardins jobs

Best of luck with your job hunt!

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