The City of Côte Saint-Luc is a dynamic municipality on the island of Montreal with a population of approximately 33 000. The City prides itself on providing the highest level of services to its residents at a reasonable cost. The City of Côte-Saint-Luc is currently looking for dynamic and professional employees to fill seasonal blue collar positions with the public works departments.

Role:

According to oral or written instructions from the supervisor, the employee performs various manual tasks, requiring physical effort, related to the cleanliness, repair or maintenance of premises and equipment belonging to the city.

Qualifications and education:

  • Have a high school diploma (Attach the proof)
  • Have a Class 5 Driver’s License (Attach the proof)
  • Have a few years of experience relevant to the job
  • Have a good knowledge of French and English, spoken and written
  • Have a good knowledge of the safety measures to be observed
  • Ability to perform all kinds of manual work, work at height and use tools
  • General Health and Safety Course delivered by ASP Construction or APSAM (Attach the proof)
  • Have a related professional degree (An asset – Attach proof)
  • Have a class 3 driver’s license (An asset – Attach proof)

Salary and benefits:

According to the collective agreement the salary is $27.99/hr.

Schedule:

According to the collective agreement, Monday to Thursday from 6:45 to 15:00 and Friday from 6:45 to 11:45, 38 hours a week

To apply:

Please forward a copy of your resumé, as well as your supporting documents to: hr-rh@cotesaintluc.org

Notes:

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  

The City of Côte Saint-Luc operates an Equal Employment Program and, in this regard, we are committed to supporting inclusive diversity practices. We invite women, members of visible and ethnic minorities, aboriginals and people with disabilities to apply. People with disabilities are invited to tell us about their specific needs in order to plan accommodations for the selection process. In addition, the City recognizes the diplomas and relevant experience obtained outside Quebec. However, it is the candidate’s responsibility to provide, when required, the comparative evaluation of studies issued by the Department of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion.

The masculine form is used for the sole purpose of simplifying the text and no discrimination is intended.