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.
Remember 2019? When you could be surrounded by people in venues and not have a worry in the world. Well, on Saturday, October 16, the Bell Centre was finally able to be at full capacity for a Montreal Canadiens home game again and it was giving off major 2019 vibes.
For the first time in 585 days, the Habs were able to play in front of a full crowd and the team said it was "worth the wait." In case you couldn't make it in person, here are some visuals of what the night looked like.
Naturally, the arena was filled with fans wearing red jerseys in support of their favourite team.
First Opening Night intro to a full Bell Centre crowd 🥺🙌 @tytoff16 https://t.co/8XcrYnR9Nk
If you've always dreamt of taking flight and potentially travelling around the world, being an Air Canada flight attendant could be the job for you.
Being a flight attendant at Air Canada comes with a lot of responsibility. Since you're the face of the company, empathy, patience, and a desire to provide excellent service are a must for all flight attendants, the job posting makes clear.
If you apply and qualify, you'll need to complete a seven-week full-time paid training program based in Montreal, Toronto or Vancouver. You'll also be required to pass a security clearance and medical evaluation.
Air Canada is looking for candidates who are ideally bilingual in English and French or bilingual in English and any of the following languages: Japanese, Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish, Italian, German, Arabic, Hebrew, Portuguese, Greek, Danish, Dutch, Hindi, Punjabi and Turkish.
Air Canada flight attendants can earn $28.28/hour.
All candidates will be required to have a full round of COVID-19 vaccinations by October 31, 2021.
Prospective applicants can all the details on the company's careers portal.
Our beloved Montreal Canadiens may have lost their first game 2-1 to the Toronto Maple Leafs, but they have tons of time to regain their momentum. Their first full-capacity home game is happening on Saturday, October 16 against the New York Rangers.
In Quebec, a vaccine passport is required to access many businesses and activities deemed non-essential, including restaurants and bars.
We compiled a list of well-known artists you can see in this iconic venue during the upcoming year to help you start planning your 2022 concert schedule — since we know Montrealers have missed live music so dearly.
And, don't forget to consider adding Tyler The Creator's concert to your go-to list, as he's set to play at Place Bell in Laval on March 9, 2022.