Montreal Sustainable Job and Volunteering Opportunities

Santropol Roulant Seasonal Farm Hand

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Free Lunch Program Admin Coordinator:  Hive Cafe Solidarity Co-op

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Free Lunch Program Kitchen Coordinator:Hive Cafe Solidarity Co-op

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AgentE de développement: Marché Mobile Verdun Mobile Market

Avec l’arrivée d’un financement provenant de la Direction Régionale de la Santé Publique (DRSP) la Mission du Sud-Ouest désire mettre en place un marché mobile desservant divers HLM du quartier.

Nous recherchons unE agentE de développement qui, sous la responsabilité de la direction de la Mission et du comité de suivi, assumera la mise en place du projet de marché mobile à Verdun. Le projet aura pour but d’améliorer l’accessibilité à des fruits et légumes frais pour les populations les plus vulnérables de Verdun.

Merci d’acheminer votre curriculum vitae avec votre lettre de motivation à au plus tard le 30 juillet 2018.
Pour plus de détails voir l’offre d’emploi complet ici

The NDG Food Depot: Cooking and Nutrition Workshop Facilitators.

  • After-school cooking workshops with elementary children ages 9 to 11 (Boîte à Lunch)
  • After-school cooking workshops with teens (Boîte à Lunch)
  • Intergenerational Meals (with adults and seniors)

Here is the link to the job description:

Seeking ragweed puller

$15 per hour without taxes taken off (up to you to pay your own taxes)
Tuesday-Friday between 10am and 6pm (and possibility of weekends)
removing ragweed on city property (parks, school grounds, hospital grounds, along streets), bagging the ragweed (and bringing it back to the office), planting grass seeds in the holes left from pulling the ragweed, keeping track of where ragweed was pulled on a map.
All of this is usually done with at least 1 other person.
You must be ready to walk up to 10k per day, pulling a small cart with supplies.



The Dish Project Concordia

The Dish Project is looking for volunteers for the upcoming semester! Our work focuses on reducing waste in and around Concordia University by providing support and reusable dishes as a free and accessible alternative to disposable items at events, meetings, and other gatherings. We also focus on exploring, understanding, and educating our community with regard to waste justice issues and waste reduction. Volunteers play a key role in the smooth, day-to-day operations of the Dish Project, as the project is largely volunteer run. Volunteers prepare dish orders, organize the dish room, and handle the pick-ups and drop-offs of orders. In addition, they take part in other aspects of the project including outreach, event planning, and finances. For more information or to get involved, email us at

Volunteer with Campus Potager

Come volunteer with Campus Potager, the student initiative responsible for revitalizing underutilized downtown spaces into vibrant, edible gardens! People of all ages, experiences, and disciplines are welcome! To get even more involved, come to our weekly meetings (dates/times posted on Facebook page) to meet the team and find your niche.

For more information, request to join our Facebook group Campus Potager Volunteers or email us at

Volunteer with Santropol Roulant

The Roulant is many things, including a community of thousands of passionate volunteers that make social change possible. It’s folks like you that nourish us and contribute to an amazing intergenerational community. Above all, we’re a place of learning and interacting, which means that all levels of experience and knowledge are welcome.

Whether you are someone who wants to get more involved in your community, a student who needs to do volunteer hours, part of a work reintegration program, or need to do community service hours, you are welcome at the Roulant!

Here is a list of our various activities.

Meal Deliveries
Food preparation
Food Preservation


Volunteer with Urban Seedling

We are looking for passionate gardeners to come and get your hands dirty in the greenhouse and our demonstration gardens.

If you want to swing by for an hour and see what needs to be done that day or drop by over your lunch break and weed the garden, no problem! Give us a call and swing by whenever you get the chance.
If you have more time to spare we have started the “Urban Seedling Dollar” exchange. It requires a 3 hour minimum per session, but you can stay as long as you’d like. These hours will give you “Urban Seedling Dollars” that you can spend in our garden centre and greenhouse.

The greenhouse work starts in April and involves help with transplanting, fertilizing and pest management as well as general help around our gardens, greenhouse and garden centre.

If you are interested in helping out please contact Urban Seedling at the address below. Include your name, phone number, experience and what level of volunteering you are interested in as well as an idea of what dates you are available for. We will call you for a short phone interview to make sure your skills are put to the best use.

VOLUNTEER POSITION:  English to French Translator

Slow Food Canada
Location: anywhere in Canada

Slow Food in Canada is looking for translators to help translate written communication pieces from English into French. This is a volunteer position that requires an average of 1-2 hours of commitment per week. This work is very flexible and it can happen wherever and whenver it is most convenient for you.

What does the translation work entail?

We’re looking for a Translator who can translate social media posts, monthly e-newsletters, bi-weekly website blog posts and press releases. Translators will be given a minimum of 48 hours to translate written pieces and in some cases up to a week depending on the size of the task. We have a group of translators, so you are always able to decline translating if your schedule does not allow you the time to complete the task.

After volunteering for 20 hours, you’ll receive a Slow Food membership and discounted rates to National Events

Apply: If you are interested in this position, please send an email to Rebecca at

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