For some, fall is about cozy knit sweaters and pumpkin spice lattes. But it's also a time to transition with the season and change things up: your routine, your home office or maybe even your career path.
If you're in search of a fulfilling job, consider applying to Beneva. A major player in the insurance and financial services sector, Beneva is looking for applicants who are ready to build an impactful career and put people first.
The Quebec company is the product of La Capitale and SSQ Insurance and was founded on the mutualist values of both companies. Beneva supports employees taking initiative and offering their ideas and opinions. Beneva might be new, but it has over 75 years of experience to back it up.
Beneva has over 5,000 dedicated employees across Canada who serve the company's 3.5 million members and customers.
Beneva's employees provide unparalleled services, putting people at the centre of their decisions and actions. If you're looking for a job where you can use your skillset to help protect others and their well-being, then you'd love working with Beneva.
For a better idea of what a career at Beneva would look like, here are a few reasons why Beneva employees love their jobs.
Working for Beneva means collaboratively building a new company. You can have your say about the decisions that are made, all while prioritizing the common good. Engagement and collaboration are essential values for developing your career here.
Beneva's cutting-edge technology won the company a Data Master Award in 2020, so get ready to embrace your inner geek! A leader in Cloud technology adoption, Beneva prioritizes technological innovation — they were even Snowflake's first client.
This is a company that understands the importance of diversity and inclusion. Beneva listens to its employees so that they can address the needs, barriers or challenges that employees may encounter. The company has one golden rule — treat others how you would want to be treated: with compassion, respect and fairness.
Employee development is Beneva's specialty. As an employee, you'll be encouraged to develop skills and advance your career. Beneva's company culture is all about shaping the next generation of leadership; you're encouraged to show everyone what you're made of, and it won't go unrecognized.
Beneva was a finalist for a 2021 Workplace Benefits Award from Benefits Canada. The company was recognized for the effective way in which it handled the pandemic and introduced telework. Loyal to its values, Beneva took care of its employees with flexibility and kindness during a challenging time.
Among the many employee benefits available, Beneva offers:
A pension plan, group insurance coverage, bonuses, an investment plan and discounts on insurance (home and auto).
For those who are eager to return to the office, a dynamic and fun work environment that has a cafeteria, restaurant-café, break rooms, common areas and outdoor spaces.
Telemedecine, support for work-life balance and an employee assistance program.
There's A Hybrid Work Model
Beneva's hybrid work model is based on trust and respect. It's supervised but flexible. In the spirit of flexibility, telework will continue to be an option (even after global health conditions improve).
Caring and compassion are at the heart of the culture at Beneva and employee feedback is used to shape the future of the company, so you know your voice will be heard.
Find out more about the company vision and what a career at Beneva could mean for you by watching this video. This could be just the change you've been looking for.
Everyone knows that looking for steady, stable employment in Quebec can sometimes be a bit of a headache. Between all the restaurant jobs, tech jobs, and the thousands of students all looking for the perfect gig, a solution can be found — government jobs.
That's right, Canadian government jobs can provide some of the most stable and rewarding employment in today's job market. And luckily, most of them will pay you a pretty decent salary, too.
Here are seven job opportunities that pay more than $50k/year and are currently accepting applications. Consider this list a source of inspiration — a starting point as you navigate career opportunities with the federal government.
Be sure to check out the full list of requirements for each job and application.
Records Management Technician at the Department of Justice
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Who Should Apply: At the department's information services branch, you'll be maintaining "economy and efficiency in the creation, maintenance, storage, retrieval and disposal of the Department of Justice’s records." This could be a perfect opportunity if you're looking to build a legal career.
Who Should Apply: In this fascinating career opportunity, you'll work as an apprentice ice service worker helping to "provide the most timely and accurate information about ice and icebergs in Canada’s navigable waters." Preference is given to candidates who are studying in "maritime operations, meteorology, remote sensing, environmental studies and/or atmospheric sciences."
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Who Should Apply: As part of the external relations team, you'll work to engage the public, leveraging relationships with "the media, tourism and boating industries, municipalities, Aboriginal communities and common interest groups," according to the job posting.
There are three different streams for this position, broadly divided between engagements, promotions and public relations. Each requires that applicants have "recent and significant" experience.
Location: Dorval, Gatineau, Montreal, or Quebec City, QC
Who Should Apply: Environment and Climate Change Canada is looking for candidates to fill various IM/IT technician jobs at its offices in Quebec. By submitting an application, you could be considered for a position when one opens up in the near future.
Client Service Officer at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
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Who Should Apply: The CRA is putting together a pool of candidates for customer service jobs covering "a wide range of opportunities, from administrative assistants to collections agents and more," according to an online breakdown of opportunities at the agency.
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Who Should Apply: As an IP Examiner, you'll be "assessing and processing applications by individuals and companies for registration of trademarks and industrial designs in Canada," according to the job posting.
It asks that applicants have "strong writing and reasoning skills" as well as a post-secondary degree.
New year, new ambitions, new income goals. If you're one of the millions worldwide thinking about quitting your job in search of greener ($$$) pastures and better working conditions, consider this list of seven Quebec jobs a starting point — a source of inspiration in the gruelling job search journey ahead.
Each of these listings promises a salary of $100,000 or more on the Government of Canada's job search site. Most also only require bachelor's degrees.
Though each listing also has a long list of other necessary competencies and experience levels.
Hopefully this list gives you an idea of what the highest-paying jobs out there require.
Note that these links will break once listings expire.
Salary: $135,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank
Location: Montreal, QC
Education level required: Bachelor's degree
Who Should Apply: David's Tea is looking for someone to "write, modify, integrate and test software code for e-commerce and other Internet applications" and "identify and communicate technical problems, processes and solutions" along the way.
Salary: $31.71/hour for 72 to 84 hours a week, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank. With those wages, a person working 72 hours a week for 48 weeks would earn over $109,000.
Location: Rouyn-Noranda, QC
Education level required: High school diploma
Who Should Apply: This drilling company based in northwest Quebec needs someone who can operate drilling machines to participate in activities such as "[boring] large blast holes to specified depths at staked positions in open-pit mine or quarry."
Salary: $100,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank
Location: Montréal, QC
Education level required: Bachelor's degree
Who Should Apply: NovoPro describes itself as an engineering consulting company. The development director would "establish objectives for the organization and formulate or approve policies and programs," according to the listing. As a representative for the company, the director should expect "regular" travel.
Salary: $100,000 to $120,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank
Location: Saint-Valérien-de-Milton, QC
Education level required: Bachelor's degree
Who Should Apply: On its website, Tenco calls itself a leading manufacturer of snow and ice removal equipment. The online job posting includes a long list of duties — it sounds like a pretty intense position for someone who's highly skilled at marketing.
Since the onset of the pandemic, many Quebecers have been paying more attention to what they spend and where they spend it on a daily basis. But monitoring your financial habits is easier said than done, so it's essential to have the right tools to help you stay on track.
Budgeting and managing your cash flow is super important when it comes to living your best adult life, but unfortunately, it's also one of the most difficult things to nail.
That's why RBC launched a new capability within its banking app that — along with the app's other capabilities — provides you with the insights and advice you need to manage your money. Get ready to save some serious coin.
The app's new NOMI ("know me") Forecast feature leverages AI technology to help you manage your cash flow by providing a rolling forecast for upcoming preauthorized withdrawals from your account within the next seven days.
NOMI Forecast predicts when your expected expenses are due (like rent, phone bills and student loan payments), which means you'll have visibility on upcoming financial obligations. It can help you confidently manage your spending and avoid unnecessary expenses. Now you can have more control over your finances than ever.
The new tool complement's RBC's existing lineup of NOMI capabilities, like NOMI Find & Save, which uses predictive technology to find the money you won't miss and stores those extra dollars away in a special account you set up for safekeeping.
According to RBC, clients using NOMI Find & Save have saved an average of $415 per month — or about $5,000 per year.
It will even automatically move money from your NOMI Find & Save account back to your normal account. This is to cover any upcoming payments that are due to come out of your linked chequing account that you may not have enough funds for. Now you know you won't go into overdraft.
Finally, RBC clients can easily create a personalized budget — without touching a calculator or an overwhelming spreadsheet — through NOMI Budgets. It suggests a monthly budget for you based on your spending habits.
NOMI Budgets monitors five types of major spending — shopping, dining, transportation, entertainment and cash withdrawals — and keeps you updated with regular notifications to let you know if you're over, under or on track with your monthly goal.
Now when you go out for coffee with your friends, you can actually be present instead of feeling guilty about buying that cappuccino.
All of RBC's NOMI tools and features are available in the RBC app, which now also has an in-app authentication process, 2-Step Verification, to keep all of your transactions extra safe and secure.
Compared to regular two-factor authentication, 2-Step Verification is quicker and more convenient: it's done strictly in the RBC app — no more fetching security codes from emails or texts.
This builds on other RBC safeguards to protect your most personal information in the digital space, like ID Verification, fraud monitoring, two-way fraud alerts and Card Lock, which allows you to lock your card immediately from the app if you've misplaced it.
Managing your money can be stressful. Know that RBC's got your back with its many budgeting, forecasting and security tools, like NOMI and 2-Step Verification.
More than a million packages a day are delivered across Canada during the holiday season and, to ensure your gifts arrive in time for Christmas, Canada Post needs to hire a heck of a lot of seasonal workers.
To meet this annual increase in demand, Canada Post is looking for an additional 4,200 seasonal employees across the country. This means plenty of job opportunities in Montreal and across Quebec that would allow you to earn $21.80 an hour for a contract that runs from November 15 to January 15.
"The temporary seasonal employees will work in processing, transportation and delivery," a Canada Post spokesperson told Narcity Québec.
In Montreal, there are 150 open positions for on-call clerks whose duties — much like Santa's elves — are sorting mail into batches and operating mail-processing equipment. Note that Canada Post requires that you be able to fold, lift and carry packages but you don't need to be bilingual.
If you have a driver's license, you can also apply to become a Class 3 driver on-call. There are currently 35 positions available in Montreal. Your job would be to load and unload postal vehicles and to pick up, sort and deliver mail. You must be able to lift items weighing up to 22.7 kilograms and have a safe driving record for at least three years.
If you are interested in these positions, you can apply directly through the Canada Post website.