Marketing & Communications Director

Montréal Pride collaborates with La tête chercheuse for this recruitment.
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Created in 2007 by Montréal’s 2SLGBTQI+ communities, the Montréal Pride festival promotes their rights and celebrates their cultural richness and social progress. It is the largest gathering of people of sexual and gender diversity in the French-speaking world, works locally on a daily basis and serves as a beacon of hope for people living in areas hostile to our communities. Montréal Pride presents its activities in Tiohtia:ke, on the unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation. We recognize her as the custodian of the lands and waters on which we gather. Tiohtia:ke is historically known as a gathering place for many First Nations, and today a diverse Aboriginal population, as well as other peoples, reside there. It is in respect for the connections to the past, present and future that we recognize the ongoing relationships between Aboriginal Peoples and others in the Montréal community.



Montréal Pride is looking for a marketing and communications professional interested in playing an essential role in an organization whose mission is to celebrate sexual and gender diversity and whose vision is to contribute to the achievement of equity. Working in an operational, tactical and strategic role, the Marketing and Communications Director works closely with the entire Executive Committee. Creative, open, honest and rigorous, the incumbent provides innovative and sustainable solutions rooted in the industry’s best practices. In addition, the incumbent develops and implements an integrated strategy to increase the visibility of Montréal Pride’s initiatives, the influence of the brand image and the reach of institutional messages in Montréal, Québec, Canada, throughout the Francophonie and internationally.


Must have

  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, public relations or equivalent.
  • A minimum of five years experience in a similar position preferably in the large event, arts, creative or community sector.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing human and financial resources.
  • Experience in digital marketing.
  • Good knowledge of the Montreal media environment.
  • Good knowledge of, and openness and sensitivity to, issues specific to the 2SLGBTQI+ communities.
  • Professional experience within an NPO (asset).
  • Knowledge of the Office suite and the main social media plateforms.
  • Knowledge of a combination of Google Analytics, SEO, Google Ads, Adobe Creative Cloud, WordPress, databases and others to effectively manage your team.


We strongly encourage persons who identify with one or more sexually and gender diverse communities as well as people of color and/or Indigenous  persons to submit their application for this position.

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