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Bar Attendant

The Montréal Pride Festival team is looking for a Bar Attendant. Come join a dynamic team who is very active with their communities!

Description:
Under the supervision of Bar Manager, the Bar Attendant will:

  • Welcome and interact warmly with festival-goers;
  • Prepare and serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks;
  • Collect payments for drinks sold and record sales;
  • Maintain and control the stock inventory;
  • Ensure the cleanliness of the bar area;
  • Perform any other related task.

Candidate Profile:   

  • At least 1-year experience in a similar position;
  • Positive attitude and customer service skills;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, diplomacy and politeness;
  • Sense of responsibility, honesty and discretion;
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure in a fast paced environment;
  • Bilingual (French and English);
  • Interest in sexual and gender diversity issues.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Length: August 7 to August 16, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time
  • Schedule: From Wednesday to Sunday, between 2 pm and midnight
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link.

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Carpenter

The Montréal Pride festival team is seeking persons to perform the tasks of Carpenter. Join the ranks of a dynamic group that is actively involved in its community!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Production and Development Coordinator, the carpenter will:

  • Perform overall site-related tasks;
  • Execute all site-related layout and infrastructure work as well as building of the parade floats;
  • Ensure the safety of all equipment and tools provided by Montréal Pride;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Candidate Profile:

  • Excellent teamwork;
  • Manual skills;
  • Ability to remain standing for long hours under different weather conditions;
  • Ability to carry heavy loads;
  • Safety boots (mandatory);
  • Interest for sexual and gender diversity issues.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Length: July 29 to August 21, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 7 am and midnight
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

General helper- Food and Beverage Services

The Montréal Pride festival team is seeking persons to perform the tasks of General helper- Food and Beverage Services. Join the ranks of a dynamic group that is actively involved in its community!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Food Service Coordinator, the General helper will:

  • Route food, alcohol, beverages throughout the site;
  • Set up events related to food services;
  • Accompany drivers if needed, outside the park;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Profile Required:

  • Excellent teamwork;
  • Initiative, autonomy and ability to work under pressure;
  • Ability to remain standing for long hours under different weather conditions;
  • Ability to carry heavy loads;
  • Interest in sexual and gender diversity issues.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contract
  • Length: July 29 to August 21, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 6 am and midnight
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link.

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

 

Director of Logistics

The Montréal Pride Festival team is looking for a person to perform the duties of Director of Logistics. Join a dynamic team that is active with its communities!

Description
Reporting to the General Management, the Director of Logistics will be responsible of the following tasks:

  • Evaluate, determine and plan the technical and logistical needs of the festival;
  • Establish and manage the logistics department budget;
  • Negotiate services and agreements with suppliers and partners;
  • See to the assembly and dismantling of equipment and merchandise in the park and respect the deadlines;
  • Supervise all employees of the logistics department and ensure that established standards and procedures are respected;
  • Define policies and service standards, including safety procedures;
  • Transmit all information necessary to ensure the efficiency of activities during events;
  • Deal with unforeseen situations, find solutions and make changes quickly, if necessary.

Candidate Profile

  • Strong organizational skills and sense of priorities;
  • Ability to coordinate several projects simultaneously;
  • Initiative and autonomy;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Ability to stay on your feet for long hours;
  • Adapt to different weather conditions;
  • Familiarity with heavy site tools and equipment;
  • Knowledge of stage techniques;
  • Cautious to health and safety concerns at work;
  • Interest in issues of the sexual and gender diversity.

Job Requirements:

  • Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in an event logistics management position or in a related field;
  • Education: University degree in the event management field;
  • Flexibility and availability in terms of working hours before, during and after the festival;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).

Conditions:

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Length:  March 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time
  • Workplace: Head Office
  • Salary: To be discussed

Application
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to [email protected] Please indicate the position for which you are applying in the subject line of the email. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position.

About the festival
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Production Agent

The Montréal Pride Festival team is looking for a Production Agent. Come join a dynamic team who is very active with their communities!

Description
Under the supervision of the Production & Development Coordinator, the Production Agent will:

  • Load equipment into trucks at our warehouse and unloading them at various sites;
  • Participate in the assembly and dismantling of the festival’s activities;
  • Transport equipment stored in warehouses, at suppliers and stores to the site;
  • Take part in the interior design of tents, emergency corridors and the installation of signs throughout the park;
  • Identify and eliminate accident risks;
  • Carry out any other related tasks.

Candidate Profile

  • Excellent teamwork;
  • Initiative, autonomy and ability to work under pressure;
  • Ability to remain standing for long hours under different weather conditions;
  • Ability to carry heavy loads;
  • Be manual;
  • Possess a valid driver’s license;
  • Safety boots (mandatory);
  • Interest in sexual and gender diversity issues.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Length: July 29 to August 21, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 7 am and midnight
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position.

About the festival
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Production Agent – Lift Operator

The Montréal Pride Festival team is looking for a Production Agent – Lift Operator. Come join a dynamic team who is very active with their communities!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Production & Development Coordinator, the agent will:

  • Transport heavy equipment to the required locations safely on site;
  • Handle the forklift carefully when loading or unloading a truck;
  • Ensure proper operation of the unit;
  • Comply with safety standards regarding transported weight load;
  • Identify and eliminate accident risks;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Candidate Profile: 

  • Excellent teamwork;
  • Initiative, autonomy and ability to work under pressure;
  • Ability to remain standing for long hours under different weather conditions;
  • Ability to carry heavy loads;
  • Possess a valid driver’s license;
  • Possess a valid forklift operator license;
  • Safety boots (mandatory);
  • Interest for sexual and gender diversity issues.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Length: July 29 to August 21, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 7 am and midnight
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Production & Planning Coordinator

The Montréal Pride Festival team is looking for a Production & Planning Coordinator. Come join a dynamic team who is very active with their communities!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, the Production & Planning Coordinator will perform the following tasks:

  • Work in conjunction with the Site Supervisor to prioritize the tasks to be completed throughout the day;
  • Lead the team under his/her supervision;
  • Manage the flow of materials stored in warehouses, suppliers and stores to the site;
  • Supervise the interior layout of tents, emergency corridors and the installation of signs in the park;
  • Conduct daily site inspections prior to the opening of the park;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Candidate Profile

  • Between 1 to 2 years of experience in a event logistics position or in a relevant field;
  • Excellent teamwork ability;
  • Initiative, autonomy and ability to work under pressure;
  • Familiarity with heavy site tools and equipment;
  • Cautious to health and safety concerns at work;
  • Able to stand for long hours in different weather conditions;
  • Physical stamina to carry heavy loads;
  • Having safety boots (mandatory);
  • Interest in sexual and gender diversity issues.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Length:  July 29 to August 21, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 7 am and midnight
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application:
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to [email protected]

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Reception Agent

The Montréal Pride Festival team is looking for a Reception Agent. Come join a dynamic team who is very active with their communities!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Head Reception Agent, the Reception Agent will:

  • Welcome and inform festival-goers;
  • Leading and facilitating crowd circulation on the site;
  • Enforce the rules of the festival and its site as well as public domain rules;
  • Report to security any behaviour deemed unethical or suspicious;
  • Ensure that the site is safe and secure;
  • Be vigilant of any situation that could become problematic or could escalate;
  • Safeguard merchandise and/or equipment on site;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Candidate Profile: 

  • Strong interpersonal skills, diplomacy and politeness;
  • Sense of responsibility, honesty and discretion;
  • Bilingual (French and English);
  • Ability to stand for long hours;
  • Ability to withstand different weather conditions;
  • Interest in sexual and gender diversity issues.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Length: July 29 to August 21, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-Time/Part-Time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 8 am and midnight
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Aboriginal people, to apply for this position. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Stock Keeper – Night Shift

The Montréal Pride Festival team is seeking a person to perform the role of Stock Keeper – Night Shift. Join the ranks of a dynamic team that very active with their communities!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, the Stock Keeper will:

  • Supervise the entry and exit punch-clock for security agents;
  • Manage the distribution and return of walkie-talkies for reception agents;
  • Ensure all walkie-talkies are functioning properly;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Profile Required:  

  • Great sense of organization and of priorities;
  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously;
  • Initiative and autonomy;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Interest in sexual and gender diversity issues.

Job requirements:

  • Between 1 to 2 years of experience in a similar position;
  • Bilingualism (an asset);

Conditions:

  • Job Type: Contractual
  • Duration: August 2 to August 20, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 8 pm and 8 am
  • Language: French
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

 To Apply:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage all persons who identify with one or more communities of the sexual and gender diversity as well as people of color and Indigenous peoples to submit their application for this position.

The Festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Shop Manager

The Montréal Pride festival team is seeking persons to perform the tasks of Shop Manager. Join the ranks of a dynamic group that is actively involved in its community!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Finance Director, the shop manager will:

  • Administer revenues from the sale of promotional items in the shop;
  • Supervise staff under his/her direction;
  • Manage the supply of stocks;
  • Open and close the shop for business;
  • Ensure the maintenance of the shop;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Profile Required:  

  • At least 2 years of experience in a similar position;
  • Great sense of organization and priorities;
  • Strong interpersonal and customer service skills;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Bilingualism (French/English).

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Lenght: August 7 to August 17, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full time
  • Education: High School Diploma (DES) or equivalent in a relevant field;
  • Language: French and English
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

Application:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Indigenous peoples, to apply for this position.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Stock Keeper

The Montréal Pride Festival team is seeking a person to perform the role of Stock Keeper. Join the ranks of a dynamic team that is very active with their communities!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, the Stock Keeper will:

  • Supervise the entry and exit punch-clock for all site employees;
  • Manage the distribution and return of walkie-talkies for reception agents;
  • Ensure all walkie-talkie are functioning properly;
  • Keep inventory of the tools and keys borrowed during the day and keep the registers up to date on a daily basis;
  • Manage the vehicle fleet by providing each driver with a vehicle tracking form and ensure daily follow-up;
  • Ensure the first aid kit is properly stocked;
  • Classify and distribute the accreditations for employees, suppliers and guests of the festival;
  • Manage the distribution of T-Shirts to employees and keep an inventory;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Profile Required:  

  • Great sense of organization and of priorities;
  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously;
  • Initiative and autonomy;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Interest in sexual and gender diversity issues.

Job requirements:

  • Between 1 to 2 years of experience in a similar position;
  • Bilingualism (an asset);

Conditions:

  • Job Type: Contractual
  • Duration: August 2 to August 20, 2020
  • Number of hours per week: Full-time
  • Schedule: From Sunday to Saturday, between 7 am and midnight
  • Language: French
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Workplace: Parc des Faubourgs

 To Apply:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage all persons who identify with one or more communities of the sexual and gender diversity as well as people of color and Indigenous peoples to submit their application for this position.

The Festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

The Parade

Section Head

The Montréal Pride festival team is seeking persons to perform the tasks of Section Head. Join the ranks of a dynamic group that is actively involved in its community!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Parade Coordinator, the Section head will:

  • See to the placement of each contingent according to the established order of the parade;
  • Check and that the drivers of all vehicles are at their station;
  • Ensure the rhythm of the parade flow and direct the contingent accordingly;
  • Manage the emergency lane in his/her section ensuring it is open at all times;
  • Contain the crowd on the sidewalk during the parade route;
  • Notify contingent officials to prepare for the minute of silence at the given time;
  • Provide directions to drivers and keep marchers moving at the end of the parade route;
  • Accomplish any other related task.

Profile Required:  

  • Positive leadership;
  • Bilingualism (French/English).

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Lenght: August 16 2020
  • Language: French and English
  • Salary: 200$

Application:

To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Aboriginal people, to apply for this position. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

 

Zone Head

The Montréal Pride festival team is seeking persons to perform the tasks of Zone Head. Join the ranks of a dynamic group that is actively involved in its community!

Description:
Under the supervision of the Parade coordinator, the Zone head will:

  • Take charge of all the workers who in the zone are assigned to you (reception officers, volunteers, security agents);
  • Ensure all stakeholders are at their post and ensure compliance with the zone plans (street closures, emergency bridges, two-way traffic, emergency corridors and crowd control);
  • Patrol the assigned zone by bicycle, replace an employee if necessary, supply workers with water and  ensure everything is running smoothly;
  • Any other related task.

Profile Required:

  • Positive leadership;
  • Bilingualism (French/English);
  • Knowledge of the issues related to sexual diversity and gender diversity.

Conditions:

  • Job type: Contractual
  • Lenght: August 16 2020
  • Language: French and English
  • Salary: 250$

Application:
To apply, send your curriculum vitae and your cover letter via the registration form by following this link

We strongly encourage individuals who identify with one or more of sexual and gender diversity communities, as well as racialized and/or Aboriginal people, to apply for this position. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

About the festival:
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival is now the largest gathering in this matter in the Francophone World. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Today, Montréal Pride Festival attracts more than 3.4 million local and international visitors on many days of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the Parade.

Questions ?

Please contact:
Pierre Landry
Human Ressources Agent
[email protected]
514 903-6193 ext. 3543

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