The Ville de Saint-Lambert has around 150 employees. It offers a dynamic work environment and numerous career opportunities in a variety of areas, as well as social benefits and attractive working condition.

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If you are interested in working for the City, you can submit your résumé at any time. We thank all those who submit their résumés.

We will contact only those individuals who are chosen through our selection process.

Jobs currently available

When jobs are available at the Ville de Saint-Lambert, the offers are posted below.


To apply for a job or express your interest in working for the City, please fill out the form below.

The Ville de Saint-Lambert has an equal access employment program, and invites women, Aboriginal peoples, members of visible minority and ethnic minority groups, and handicapped persons to submit their applications. This program is compliant with Québec’s Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms and was implemented in accordance with the Act respecting equal access to employment in public bodies (CQLR, c. A-2.01).

This Act obliges public bodies to determine whether the target groups are sufficiently represented in their workforce, and if need be, both to implement an equal access employment program that will increase the representation of these groups in their workforce and to correct their employment rules and practices.

The following questions are intended to identify applicants who are members of these groups. The information collected during this identification process will be used solely for the purpose of enforcing the Act. It will remain strictly confidential and will be known only by the persons responsible for enforcing the equal access employment program.

Equal Access Employment Program: Sex
Equal Access Employment Program: Do you belong to the Aboriginal peoples of Canada?
Equal Access Employment Program: Do you belong to a visible minority?
Equal Access Employment Program: Do you belong to an ethnic minority?
Equal Access Employment Program: Are you a handicapped person?

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