Nintendo Canada Wants To Hire And Pay You Good Money This Summer

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Nintendo Canada Wants To Hire And Pay You Good Money This Summer

Get excited Montreal because we may have just found the coolest job on the market. 

How would you like to work for Nintendo Canada?

READ ALSO: 15 Free Things You Can Do At Montreal's Biodome, Botanical Garden & Musée Des Beaux-Arts This Weekend

Well now you can!

Nintendo Canada are currently looking to hire brand ambassadors in Montreal Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary. Your job would be to manage the many activities Nintendo will be organizing throughout the summer.

Here's what you'll need to apply:

  • Several years playing video games beyond “casual” level

  • Past experience interacting with kids

  • Past experience as a brand ambassador

  • All Montreal based brand ambassadors must be fluent in both English and French

Here's how to apply:

"If you are interested in applying for this position, email your resume and a short cover letter to with the following subject line “Nintendo RAP Application-(Your city)”."

For more information on how to apply click here. 

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