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SSENSE Has Seasonal Jobs In Montreal For 2,000 People & The Pay Is $17.50/Hour

Need a good-paying holiday gig?

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SSENSE Has Seasonal Jobs In Montreal For 2,000 People & The Pay Is $17.50/Hour

If you're looking for a well-paying holiday job in Montreal, SSENSE Montreal is looking to hire 2,000 warehouse workers for its peak period.

There are plenty of full-time and part-time positions to choose from.

According to SSENSE, you'll be "responsible for processing the flow of goods including activities such as receiving, picking, packing, and palletizing."

Full-time will require a minimum of 40 hours per week with possible overtime.

Part-time work, meanwhile, will be up to 20 hours per week.

SSENSE offers an "hourly salary of $17.50 per hour, plus a night shift premium of $1/hour."

The company notes that it has adjusted its procedures to enhance the health and safety of all employees.

Prospective applicants can visit the SSENSE careers website.

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