WORKING AT TOURISME MONTRÉAL

Does Montréal fascinate you? Do you want to share your passion for our city with a committed and enthusiastic team?

Discover Tourisme Montréal and its projects that beautifully showcase the city for visitors. We are always interested in meeting talented people, ready to embrace Tourisme Montréal's mission.

Tourisme Montréal is a private, non-profit organization, founded in 1919 and incorporated in 1924. It comprises 900 members and partners from the tourism industry, who share the common goal of promoting Montréal as a travel destination.

CORPORATE STRUCTURE

Structured into four vice-presidencies, each works in collaboration to uphold the mission of organization:

  • Marketing (including communications, IT and digital platforms)

  • Sales and Convention Services

  • Public Relations, Hospitality, Research and Product Development

  • Finance and Administration

Team members share the values of CREATIVITY, PERFORMANCE and RIGOUR

Innovation and creativity
The strong competition that exists in our industry requires us to be experts in our field if we want Montréal to stand out among other destinations. That is why we encourage the development of new skills within our team through training and coaching.

Performance and effectiveness
The feedback we gather from our members, partners, and clients shows that we are always making an additional effort to ensure the success of our actions.

Responsibility and rigour
Our tight management of budgets, projects, and activities contributes to our reputation. This management is controlled and validated each year by external auditors who review the management of accounting and human resources.

LIFE at Tourisme Montréal

Tourisme Montréal is a vibrant organization with over 85 passionate employees dedicated to dedicated to promoting our city around the world! In the summer, the Tourist Welcome Office also works with a dynamic mobile team of a dozen tourist information agents.

Our collaborators

  • 85 permanent employees
  • 8 to 15 seasonal employees
  • 84% women
  • Average age: 42 years
  • Average seniority: 6 years

Our values

  • Innovation and creativity
  • Performance and efficiency
  • Responsibility and rigor

(Figures - June 2018)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES at Tourisme Montréal

Thanks to a passionate and highly qualified team that offers a wide range of expertise, Tourisme Montréal is proud to offer unparalleled service to both its clients and employees. To learn more about the exciting career paths available at Tourisme Montréal, please consult each department’s activities in our Structures and activities section.

Working at Tourisme Montréal means:

  • Contributing to the promotion of Montréal to conference organizers, journalists, influencers, and tourism industry professionals
  • Communicating with over 900 members and local partners
  • Participating in innovative and promising projects for the future of the destination
  • Being surrounded and supported by a team of experienced and passionate professionals
Work environment
Office entrance
Work environment
Work environment
Work environment

Working at Tourisme Montréal: HOW TO APPLY

All openings to be filled are posted in our Jobs Portal (in French only) and on our LinkedIn page. For tourist high season (May to October), we recruit seasonal employees for the Tourist Welcome Office located in Old Montréal. 

Working at Tourisme Montréal: BENEFITS

In its current downtown Montréal location since 2015, our office is next to The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, across the street from Place Ville Marie, and directly connected to Montréal Central Station and Bonaventure Métro station. Everyone finds our 24th-floor views of the city breathtaking, and employees appreciate the abundance of natural light, as well as the quality of coffee offered!

The majority of openings to be filled are permanent jobs and therefore eligible for the following benefits:

  • a group insurance program
  • a group RRSP plan with employer contribution
  • three weeks of vacation per year
  • one week off at Christmas
  • 10 sick days per year
  • flexibility in working hours and the possibility of teleworking
  • an extensive training and development program
  • wide access to major cultural, tourist, and sporting events
  • a large number of social activities throughout the year
Social activities
Social activities
Social activities
Social activities
Social activities

Contact: Anne-Jennifer Challard, Human Resources Director