Revenu Québec has hundreds of student jobs available and is currently accepting applications. Jobs and internships are based in cities across the province, including Montreal, Laval, Longueuil, Brossard, Gatineau and Quebec.
There are opportunities for high school, college, and university students. Salaries depend on the level of education required for a given position, according to an online FAQ page. Jobs or internships that require a high school education pay $15.53/hour; those who need a college education pay $19.67/hour; first-year university studies, $23.03/hour; and second or third year, $26.96.
These salaries include what Revenu Québec describes as a bonus offsetting benefits for which students are not eligible.
Students must be enrolled full-time or part-time at their school, or be enrolled in an exchange program to land one of the agency’s jobs. Final year students can also apply.
They must also be Canadian citizens or permanent residents or hold a valid study permit.
Revenu Québec suggests that student work hours could be flexible to take into account their availability between and during semesters.
It also raises the possibility of regular employment in competition for a student job or an internship.
Students can apply by filling out an electronic form and submitting their CV via the Revenu Québec Jobs portal. The agency says that “only those who meet the required profile will be invited to complete the selection process”.
Revenu Québec is accepting applications on a rolling basis for jobs and internships scheduled until January 31, 2023.,