Montréal Project Manager

In this role, you will join Park People’s programming team to help strengthen community involvement in urban parks across the city of Montréal. You will be responsible for leading the Montréal Park Friends Network by meeting, supporting, mobilizing and connecting some citizen-led community groups, and NGOs to realize the power of urban parks.

We are looking for a bilingual community builder, with experience organizing memorable and impactful community events, and a breadth of knowledge of Montréal’s municipal and non-profit landscape.

Park People supports and mobilizes community park groups, community organizers, non-profits, park professionals and funders to activate the power of parks to build strong communities, healthy environments, and resilient cities.

We are actively working to hire, meaningfully engage with, and include guidance and input from, Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in ways that centre on intersectionality, Indigenous resilience, and ​anti-racist principles. We are committed to promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in our workspaces and programs, and encourage applications from BIPOC candidates.

As Project Manager your role will include:

The skills and experience you bring to the role include:

A few other things that aren’t required but would make you a great fit…

Location: We will consider candidates based in the city of Montréal, and we are open to a blend of remote and in-person days in a typical work week.

Salary Range: $46,000 – $50,000

Anticipated Start Date: June 2022

Park People is a great place to work:

Park People is a national organization and we strive to offer as many bilingual programs as our resources permit. Our operations and key language of collaboration are English, so while work within the Montréal team will be done in French (75% of your time), all communication with the rest of the team will be in English (25% of your time). For this reason, please submit your application in English, with an additional writing sample provided in French. The interview will be conducted in both languages.

Please send your resume and cover letter in one electronic file in confidence by May 22nd, 2022 to If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at to provide your contact information.

In addition to following all Provincial and Federally mandated Covid-19 measures, and to ensure the safety of our employees and our stakeholders, Park People requires that all employees be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 as a condition of employment.



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