If you're looking for a new challenge or new job in customer service, Blue Cross Quebec is hiring in Montreal. You could earn $20.88 per hour and no specific education, degree or experience is required.
To apply, all you need is to be bilingual in French and English, both spoken and written. You also need to have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Having some customer service experience is an asset, but not mandatory.
Blue Cross is looking for understanding people with strong communication skills who want to provide customers with a great experience. It also wants employees who are looking to grow within the company.
Since Blue Cross is a health and travel insurance company, you would spend your days talking to clients who are planning for their next vacation or planning for their own health and well-being.
At Blue Cross, employees receive six weeks of paid training, Monday to Friday, to ensure they are ready for their new position.
Then they have a stable schedule Monday to Friday ranging from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with no weekends, and a $400 wellness account that helps pay for sports activities. There are also benefits, such as dental and travel insurance and quarterly bonuses.
The start date is September 13th, so make sure you are available on that day. Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview and the entire hiring process will be conducted remotely.
Customer Experience Officer
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Salary: $20.88/hour + quarterly bonuses
Company: La Croix Bleue
Who Should Apply: Bilingual people with a love of customer service and experience in that type of role.
The 2021-2022 school year has been underway for a few weeks now, but it's never too early to start thinking about next semester. If you're going to be in need of a co-op placement, internship or student job, the Canadian secret service aka the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is hiring Montrealers for 2022 — and you don't have to be James Bond to apply.
CSIS has open job opportunities for students in various fields, including business/commerce, computer science, engineering, political/social sciences and more.
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The CSIS student jobs are available in different cities across Canada, including Montreal. More specifically, jobs located in Montreal are in the following fields: business and administration, science and technology, policy and governance and analysis.
For example, if you're a CEGEP student and this is your first work term, you'll make $15.40 an hour. If you're a graduate student in your fourth work term, you'll make $27.73 an hour.
"Applications are required early to provide sufficient time for students to obtain the highest level of security clearance in Canada," according to CSIS.
Applicants must actually go through an assessment process to obtain "enhanced top secret" security clearance. These steps include a security interview and polygraph test as well as credit and financial verifications.
CSIS says "drug use is an important factor considered in your reliability and suitability assessment during the selection process" and advises applicants not to use drugs from the time they submit their application.
It also asks for discretion throughout the process.
"Do not discuss your application with others (including on social media) besides your partner, or close family members - who should also be reminded about the need to be discreet," CSIS says.
CSIS Student Jobs
Salary: $15.40/hour to $27.73/hour depending on your level
Company: Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)
Who Should Apply: Business, engineering, poli-sci and other students with an interest in working for Canada's intelligence agency. You should be prepared to undergo a thorough assessment so you can get an "enhanced top secret" security clearance.
If you're seeking some chill and lucrative part-time employment, look no further than Élections Montréal.
The agency is hiring for a wide range of poll worker positions for the upcoming municipal election this November.
If you want to be a part of the electoral staff during the mayoral elections, all you have to do is send in an application. While there are many positions available, most will only require you to be 16 or older and have a social insurance number.
There are entry-level positions from sanitation officers to polling officers and even more advanced positions.
If you work for Élections Montreal, you'll need to be available during the advance polling days on October 30 and 31 or the actual election days on November 6 and 7.
To apply for a job, you'll need to send in your availability and specify which position you want.
You've probably seen Wong Wing products at the grocery store — but did you know it's a local company born in Montreal's Chinatown in 1948? Wong Wing's food manufacturing plant now operates out of the city's Ville-Marie borough, near Hochelaga, and the Montreal company is currently hiring 60 workers for a range of roles.
This manufacturing plant makes everything in the company's product portfolio, Wong Wing spokesperson Rose Alvarado told MTL Blog. According to the website, Wong Wing offers the country's largest selection of frozen Chinese dishes so that's a whole variety of freezer food — from won ton soup to spring rolls to chicken chow mein.
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Wong Wing, also known as MLW Foods Inc., is looking to fill 20 night positions and 40 day positions.
The jobs include:
line operator (packing, manufacturing)
team lead production
lift truck driver
electromechanic (license C)
Alvarado said the company provides its employees with fair wages, access to pensions and health care, health and wellness programs, flexible working, a safety program, free parking and fun events.
The plant is also close to the Frontenac metro station.
Qualifications depend on the position, but Alvarado said production positions do not require experience or bilingualism. You should still apply if you only have very basic conversational French skills.
You've probably been to Montreal's Bell Centre for a Habs game or concert, but have you ever considered working there? The exclusive caterer for the Bell Centre is hiring in Montreal — and it's holding a massive job fair to recruit around 100 full- and part-time workers.
Roles they're looking to fill include general workers, head servers, servers, hosts and hostesses, dishwashers, bartenders, bussers and production chefs.
"We are looking for bilingual and dynamic candidates with experience in the kitchen or in service. We are looking for candidates with impeccable professionalism and a passion for teamwork," reads a Facebook event page for the job fair.
According to a spokesperson for Compass Group, the Bell Centre's foodservice and support services provider, benefits when joining their team include "endless career growth opportunities, flexible schedules, an industry leading health and safety team and culture, as well as a Great Place to Work certified company culture."
According to the event page, salaries are competitive. Plus, you'll get the chance to work at exciting large-scale events, like shows and hockey games.
The job fair is set to take place on Thursday, September 16 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Bell Centre's Restaurant La Mise Au Jeu. If you can attend, just show up with your CV.