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 is looking for a student in the Human Resources department.
Under the responsibility of the human resources manager, the student will be part of the HR team including 7 people.
Details of position:
- Participate in the staffing process and activities to fill the workforce needs
- Write or edit job descriptions
- Post job offers on various recruitment platforms
- Sort the applications received
- Conduct telephone and in-person interviews
- Participate in the health and safety prevention program
- Participate in the Equal Access to Employment Program
- Undertake research as required
- Undertake any other related duties.
- Study in Human Resources, Industrial Relations or any other related fields
- Demonstrates special interests and abilities in research, analysis, writing, and communication in addition to being discreet;
- Advanced mastery of the Microsoft Office suite and experience with databases or different computer systems;
- Excellent work organization and ability to handle multiple files at once;
- Have the attention to detail
- Ability to work in a team
- Mandatory bilingualism in oral and written form (English and French)
Salary and benefits:
- Opportunity to work with a flexible schedule during the school year
- During the summer from Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week with a flexible schedule
Please forward a copy of your resume to: email@example.com
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.