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Montréal logistics career day

Monday, November 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Alexandra Pier in the Old Port of Montréal


November 2, 2017
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MONTRÉAL — CargoM, the Logistics and Transportation Metropolitan Cluster of Montréal, is hosting a recruitment and trades demonstration event on Monday, November 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Alexandra Pier in the Old Port of Montréal.

To mark this occasion, Jean D’Amour, the Minister for Maritime Affairs and Minister responsible for the Bas-Saint-Laurent region, and Mathieu Charbonneau, CargoM’s Executive Director, will kick off Career Day in the presence of many members of the transportation and logistics industry.

 

Date:

Monday, November 6, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

10:30 a.m.:

Press briefing by Minister Jean D’Amour

11 a.m.:

Conference presented by Academos: How do you find a job through social media?

Location:

Alexandra Pier

200 rue de la Commune West, Montréal

 

Several employers and training centres will be on site to meet all those looking for a new challenge. Participants will have access to a hands-on trades zone with simulators for driving heavy trucks, trains and crane operation, as well as a truck display.


Organized in partnership with the Direction régionale de Services Québec de l’Île-de-Montréal, CargoM Career Day offers a unique opportunity to discover stimulating jobs related to the maritime, road, rail and air logistics and transportation sectors as well as to meet with experts in this growing industry. Mark your calendars for November 6th. Check out the many job postings online at www.cargo-montreal.ca and bring several copies of your curriculum vitae!

Created in 2012, CargoM brings together the players in Greater Montréal’s logistics and freight transport industry, educational institutions, research centres, sector associations and unions around shared objectives in order to increase cohesiveness, competitiveness, growth and reach. The logistics and transportation industry in the greater metropolitan area represents 122,000 jobs in transportation and warehousing, 6,300 institutions and over $4.3 billion in economic benefits for Greater Montréal.