National Bank Is Hiring At $19.45/Hour In Montreal & You Only Need A High School Diploma

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National Bank Is Hiring At $19.45/Hour In Montreal & You Only Need A High School Diploma

It's rough for Quebecers looking for employment during the province's umpteenth lockdown. If you've lost your job due to COVID-19 or want a new routine at work, National Bank is hiring call centre agents in Montreal.

The bank is offering applicants $19.45 per hour on a full-time basis, for shifts ranging from 6:00 a.m. to midnight. It also guarantees two raises within your first year of work.

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$19.45 Hourly salary for call centre agents at National Bank

Training is paid, and weekend bonuses could also apply depending on your work schedule.

You only need a high school diploma to apply and no prior experience is listed as required.

That said, experience in customer service is listed as an "of course," and potential candidates should have "an aptitude for building strong relationships and proactively establishing ties with clients."

National Bank states that you must be bilingual in English and French for the job.

The bank's application form says it offers benefits, such as "reimbursement of tuition, medical and dental insurance, banking benefits, paid vacation, pension plan, virtual consultations with doctors and nurses anytime, and a host of employee discounts."  

Call Centre Agent 

Salary: $19.45 hourly

Company: National Bank of Canada

Why You Should Apply: Full-time work that p and no post-secondary education required!

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