Why you should say YES to a job opportunity with the Town of Kirkland

In addition to offering a competitive salary, the employees of the Town of Kirkland benefit from job stability and a comprehensive benefits package*:


That’s not all!

Working for the Town of Kirkland also means having access to opportunities for professional development, working in an environment that prioritizes health and safety in the workplace, benefiting from proximity to public transportation services, from a free parking spot, and from reduced rates on municipal activities for you and your family.

The Town of Kirkland

At 60 years old, the Town of Kirkland is the youngest municipality on the Island of Montreal. It’s by keeping its community mission at the heart of its values and operations that, year after year, the Town remains an exceptional city, synonymous with vitality and quality of life.

Thanks to its mobilized teams who prioritize cooperation, the Town ensures that all its operations run smoothly, and guarantees its citizens services of the highest quality.

In keeping with our surrounding environment and our population, the Town of Kirkland is a bilingual workplace.


Didn’t find the answer to your question on our Careers page?

Don’t hesitate to communicate directly with our Human Resources department at [email protected].

Please note: To maximize the chances that our recruiters will see your application, please submit it directly via the forms reserved for this purpose on the application page of the position you’re applying for. The Human resources department does not regularly check the mailbox for applications.


Principles of equal employment

  • Equal opportunity employer
  • Applicant’s responsibility
  • Confidentiality

Working for the Town of Kirkland means working for an equal opportunity employer who is committed to developing an inclusive and barrier-free selection process and work environment.

We invite women, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible and ethnic minorities to submit their applications. It is the applicant’s responsibility to notify us in due course of any specific need requiring accommodation measures that will enable them to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to provide, when required and upon request, any document deemed relevant to the evaluation of their application.

For all diplomas obtained outside Quebec, the result of the comparative evaluation of studies issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion must be indicated in the application.

Information received in this regard will be treated confidentially.

* Certain conditions apply. Benefits may vary depending on employment status. All in accordance with the collective agreements and employment policies in force for the employees of the Town of Kirkland.