Your role: Making the island of Montréal a safer place
Adrenaline-fueled teams, generous and passionate people, people who are ready to save lives each day, a strong sense of belonging... These are the characteristics of the 2,800 employés who work for the SIM each day.
What are some of the career possibilities at the SIM?
Would you like to serve the Montréal community and give the best of yourself each day? The SIM offers a variety of careers in which you can realize your fullest potential, such as firefighters, fire prevention officers, communications centre agents, professionals, managers and a multitude of administrative and technical support positions.
Why work for the SIM?
- An environment of choice, where you can work in a city you know and love!
- Competitive compensation. In addition to their salary, our employees enjoy:
- A defined benefit retirement plan
- A group insurance plan adapted to meet their individual and family needs
- Job security
- Three weeks' vacation upon being hired (some work conditions may apply differently or may not apply, depending on the status and category of the employee)
- Thirteen statutory holidays, mobile days and time off over Christmas/New Year's
- A generous supplement to maternity and adoption leaves, and parental leave
- Sabbatical leave paid with a deferred salary
- Continuing education for all job types
- Interesting career perspectives. Because the city is the largest employer in the greater Montréal area, our employees can put their skills to use in all types of duties and environments.
All available positions are posted on the Careers section of the city's Web site (in French). When the SIM recruits, that's where its job descriptions are posted. Check this section frequently to stay abreast of new opportunities.
Equal employment access program
One of the city's commitments is to ensure that its employees reflect the diversity of the active population. que sa main d’œuvre reflète la diversité de la population active. It is in this spirit that the city aims to intensify recruitment of members of communities of diverse backgrounds.
The city has also adopted an equal employment access program that targets the following groups more specifically: women, Aboriginals, members of visible minorities, members of ethnic minorities and persons with handicaps.
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