Working at the MEA administration
1. Industrial Relations Advisor
2. Manpower Training Advisor
3. Job Security Clerk
Become a Longshoreman / Longshorewoman at the MEA
Contribute to the Economic Development, Become a Longshoreman / Longshorewoman
Every day, longshoremen and longshorewomen participate actively to the Canadian economy. Almost 90% of the world’s goods, whether containerized or not or in bulk, flow through rivers, oceans and seas. More than one hundred million citizens located in Montreal, Québec, Canada or even in the United States will profit from our loading/unloading operations.
Be part of a team of workers who are passionate, proud, honest, respectful and competent. More than 1,400 men and women working for the Maritime Employers Association contribute to the daily comfort and well-being of the community.
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