As part of its employment equity program, Centraide of Greater Montreal invites people from Indigenous communities, visible minorities, and ethnic minorities as well as women and handicapped people to apply to its positions. Centraide of Greater Montreal is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to people in a situation of handicap. To help us review your application, please tell us about your particular needs related to the selection process for the job that you are applying for.
Please fill out the self-identification questionnaire below. Note that this information will remain strictly confidential and will improve the representation of the members of the following groups in different positions:
Indigenous: First nations, Inuits or Métis of Canada
Visible minorities: Individuals (other than Indigenous people) who are not of the white race or colour (e.g., Black people, people from Southeast Asia, Filipinos, other people from the Pacific Islands, people from Western Asia and Arabs, Latin Americans).
Ethnic minorities: People, other than Indigenous people and members of a visible minority whose mother tongue is neither English nor French (your mother tongue is the first language you learned in your childhood and that you still understand, e.g., German, Bulgarian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Ukrainian).
Handicapped person: “Means a person with a deficiency causing a significant and persistent disability, who is liable to encounter barriers in performing everyday activities.”
Currently available positions
|Analyste-Programmeur(euse)||Feb. 24, 2021||Montréal||details|
|Technicien(ne), Événements et publicités||Feb. 24, 2021||Montréal||details|
|Conseiller(ère), Événements et publicités||Feb. 24, 2021||Montréal||details|
|Conseiller(ère), Événements et publicités – 50e anniversaire||Feb. 24, 2021||Montréal||details|
|Conseiller(ère) en évaluation, Développement social||Feb. 22, 2021||Montréal||details|
To learn more about careers with Centraide
Contact us by email or by telephone at 514 288-1261.