TEAM MANAGER (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 6 January 2014
As an intern for two months from France, I learned a lot of cultural things about Canada. Management in Montréal is totally different from France because people trust in each other and they are more confident. I worked 4 days per week, starting at 6:15AM until 4:30PM with a 45min break for the lunch. It was probably the hardest part of the job because it's not usual in France. Nevertheless, within 2 weeks, it was no more a problem for me. Co-workers were very friendly and respectfly, which I enjoyed a lot ! A real relation between managers and co-workers was living in the city.
Agente de bureau - Réception Perception (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 29 September 2016
• Served the neighborhoods of L'île-Bizard and Sainte-Geneviève, Qc • Customer service and reception responsibilities • Drafting correspondence • Completing data entry ensuring all information is entered into the appropriate system in a timely manner • Mailroom duties including distribution of mail throughout the office • Ordering office supplies and ensuring that items arrive on time and as specified • Undertaking cash handling duties including accepting payment for fines and municipal taxes and ensuring till balance at end of day
Wonderful boss, very pleasant. The Director was elected at City Hall to create a new department exclusively for all the mayors of Greater Montreal. She was organizing regular meetings between them and the Mayor of Montreal. I was her assistant.
ceci est un travail étudiant qui est peu motivant. Une bonne façon d'obtenir des revenues durant les études et il est très facile de conjuguer étude travail. Cependant, ce n'est pas un travail qui permet l'évolution professionnel ou personnelle.