Canada Post Is Hiring 290 Clerks In Montreal & No Experience Is Needed To Make $21/Hour

If you get bored with 9 to 5 jobs, this gig is for you!
Canada Post Is Hiring 290 Clerks In Montreal & No Experience Is Needed To Make $21/Hour

If you have a flexible schedule and are looking for a job that pays well, but is not a 9 to 5, take a look at the 290 postal clerk positions available at Canada Post in Montreal.

The postal clerk position in Saint-Laurent is temporary and "on call," which means they would call you as needed for all kinds of shifts — including days, evenings, overnights and weekends — with the possibility of accepting or refusing.

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If you get bored easily — especially when it comes to the daily grind — this is the perfect gig to ensure your lifestyle isn't too redundant. 

Plus, the cost of living is pretty high in the city, so a well-paying job like this is more than an advantage; it's a necessity.

The salary for this position is $21.19 per hour.

No experience is required to apply, but a history of working in a production environment is an asset.

Canada Post has existed since Canada's Confederation in 1867, and is one of the country's largest employers with approximately 64,000 employees

With competitive salaries and the possibility of permanent employment, it's definitely a sought-after place to work.

They have several open positions besides clerks, such as letter carriers and post office assistants.

Depending on the position, you may be eligible for a wide range of medical, disability and personal benefits.

The postal clerk's job responsibilities include:

  • Operating company vehicles
  • Handling equipment
  • Receiving and accepting mail items
  • Sorting, scanning, sequencing and batching mail items
  • Transferring and loading postal trucks
  • Transferring and dispatching parcels and packages
  • Completing reports and documentation

On the Indeed job posting, you can read employee reviews.

The positive comments highlight the simplicity of the position, the pleasant atmosphere, job security and, for on-call employees, the flexibility.

The less positive points revolve around the wait for a full-time position, as well as the trials and tribulations of customer service.

You can apply through LinkedIn or directly through the Canada Post website. A reference letter is required.

You can apply until October 10, 2020.

Postal Clerk

Salary: $21.19 per hour

Where: Saint-Laurent

Employer: Canada Post

Why you should apply: Because the salary is enticing and it's an ideal job for a flexible schedule.

Apply here

This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.

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