Jobs, internships and volunteering

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You can join our team by doing:

  • a paid internship (6 months contract)
  • an unpaid internship
  • volunteering

 

At OPEQ, we subscribe to an access to equality program and we encourage women, visible minorities and first nations to submit their application.

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Permanent job

Sorry, there are currently no positions open at this time…

Paid internships

Paid internships last for 900 hours (approximately 6 months).

At the time of hiring, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be between 15 and 30 years old;
  • Have a Secondary School Diploma (SSD) or a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DVS)
  • Be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a refugee status holder in Canada;
  • Be legally entitled to work as per provincial legislation and regulations;
  • Not receiving Employment Insurance benefits.

The following workers are excluded from the program:

  • Temporary residents;
  • Tourists;
  • Students holding a student visa;
  • Workers with a temporary work visa.

Internships in sorting centers

Montreal (Anjou) - Warehouse clerk - parts and equipment

Quebec - Warehouse clerk - parts and equipment

Internships in repair shops

Bellechasse - Technician for maintenance and repair of computer equipment

Montreal (Pointe-Claire) - Technician for maintenance and repair of computer equipment

Quebec - Technician for maintenance and repair of computer equipment

Saguenay - Technician for maintenance and repair of computer equipment

Sherbrooke - Technicianfor maintenance and repair of computer equipment

Volunteering

Being a volunteer at OPEQ allows you to acquire and share experience by working with youths.

Sorting Centers

Repair shops

The Technical Work Experience Program (TWEP) is an initiative of the Computers for Schools program.

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The OPE program is funded in part by the Government of Canada.