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The Montréal Pride festival team is looking for several people who can occupy various positions. Join the ranks of a dynamic team that is actively involved in its community!

Project Manager – Video Clips

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

Position title: Project Manager, Video capsules
Type of position: Contractual
Term of office: One year
Number of hours per week: 40
Education: College Studies (DEC) or Bachelor’s degree relative to cinema and/or short films, feature or documentary films, social work or any other relevant field of studies
Language: French and English
Salary: To be discussed

Description
The successful candidate will be responsible for the entire project and will:

  • Research all possible capsule subject matter;
  • Identify potential shooting locations or studios;
  • Elaborate a production schedule;
  • Identify potential acting talent to perform in the project;
  • Supervise the team of video makers;
  • Staging and production of the capsules ;
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Profile Required:

  • Between one and three years experience in AV and video production;
  • Autonomy;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Overall artistic vision;
  • Working knowledge of the LGBTQI2S+ communities;
  • Familiarity with the sexual and gender diversity related issues;
  • Driver’s permit an asset. 

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
Since 2007, at the initiative of Montréal’s communities of the sexual and gender diversity, the Montréal Pride Festival is today the largest gathering of its kind in the Francophone world. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local sexual and gender diversity communities while serving as a beacon of hope for the communities that face injustice across the world.  Nowadays, the festival draws some 2.1 million local and international visitors during the 11 days of community and cultural activities that notably include free performances, panels, the Community Day and the Pride Parade.

To Apply
To submit your application, forward your C.V. to the attention of Jean-François Guevremont, Director, Programming and Human Resources at the following address: [email protected].  Please specify the position you seek in the subject line. Only the persons retained will be contacted.

Site Supervisor

Site Supervisor

  • Job Type: Contractual
  • Duration: July 31 to August 23, 2019
  • Number of hours per week: Full time
  • Education: College Diploma (DEC) or equivalent in a relevant field
  • Language: French
  • Salary: To be discussed
  • Conditions: Outdoors work. Capacity to stand for long hours and a good resistance to different weather conditions

Description:

Under the supervision of the Director of Logistics, the supervisor will: 

  • Manage and supervise all the heads of sectors and of activities under his/her leadership: the technical director, the production and development coordinator, the storekeeper, the head of security, the manager of reception agents and the head of maintenance;
  • Work with the Logistics team to identify task priorities for the day such as assembling and dismantling equipment and merchandise in the park to meet deadlines;
  • Manage suppliers’ merchandise deliveries and recoveries on the site in accordance with purchase orders and their routing to the intended location;
  • Check vehicle entries and exits in the park to ensure that no damage is caused to the grounds;
  • Manage any problem situations arising in the park and quickly find solutions to any difficulties encountered;
  • Draft a written post-mortem at the end of the event;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Profile Required:

  • At least 2 years of experience in a logistics management position;
  • Great sense of organization and of priority setting;
  • Ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Bilingualism (an asset);
  • Knowledge of issues of the sexual and gender diversity.

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:

Since 2007, at the initiative of Montréal’s communities of the sexual and gender diversity, the Montréal Pride Festival is today the largest gathering of its kind in the Francophone world. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local sexual and gender diversity communities while serving as a beacon of hope for the communities that face injustice across the world.  Nowadays, the festival draws some 2.1 million local and international visitors during the 11 days of community and cultural activities that notably include free performances, panels, the Community Day and the Pride Parade.

To Apply:

To submit your application, forward your C.V. to the attention of Jean-François Guevremont, Director, Programming and Human Resources at the following address: [email protected].  Please specify the position you seek in the subject line. Only the persons retained will be contacted.

Stock Keeper (Night)

Stock Keeper (Night)

Job Type: Contractual
Term of office: July 31 to August 23, 2019
Number of hours per week: Full time
Education: High School Diploma (DES)
Language: French
Salary: To be discussed

Conditions:

  • Outdoors work;
  • Ability to work 10 hours / day continuously regardless of weather conditions;
  • Availability from 8:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m., July 31 to August 23, 2019.

Description:

Under the supervision of the Site supervisor, the stock keeper will:

  • Supervise the entry and exit punch-clock for the private security firm agents;
  • Make regular rounds of the site to ensure the proper positioning of security agents;
  • Produce a daily report of actions taken by night security agents;
  • Ensure that the batteries of the walkie-talkies are charged at all times;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Profile Required:

  • At least 2 years of experience in a similar position;
  • Great sense of organization and priorities;
  • Positive leadership;
  • Knowledge of issues of the sexual and gender diversity.

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:

Since 2007, at the initiative of Montréal’s communities of the sexual and gender diversity, the Montréal Pride Festival is today the largest gathering of its kind in the Francophone world. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local sexual and gender diversity communities while serving as a beacon of hope for the communities that face injustice across the world.  Nowadays, the festival draws some 2.1 million local and international visitors during the 11 days of community and cultural activities that notably include free performances, panels, the Community Day and the Pride Parade.

To Apply:

To submit your application, forward your C.V. to the attention of Jean-François Guevremont, Director, Programming and Human Resources at the following address: [email protected].  Please specify the position you seek in the subject line. Only the persons retained will be contacted.

 

Questions ?

Please contact:
Jean-François Guevremont
Director of Human Ressources
[email protected]
514 903-6193 ext. 3543

The following positions are available during Montréal Pride Festival.

  • Bar Attendant
  • BBQ Manager
  • Boutique Staff
  • Bracelet Sales Agent
  • Cook
  • Dressing Room Helper
  • Driver and General Help
  • Food Service Attendant
  • Forklift Operator
  • General Helper – Food and Beverage
  • Host – VIQ Area
  • Host Attendant
  • Information Kiosk Agent
  • Inventory Manager
  • Manager – Staff Zone
  • Parade – Head Section
  • Parade – Section Manager
  • Production Attendant
  • Sous-Chef – Cook

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