Interest rate derivative trading will cease at 1:30 p.m. today, July 29, 2016. Furthermore, the Exchange's markets will be closed on August 1, 2016 (Civic Day).
Are you looking for interesting and rewarding work experiences, where you can showcase your expertise, where you are exposed to a wide range of challenging assignments, and where you can realize your full potential? Are you dreaming of a workplace where self-sufficiency is favoured, where creativity and innovation are encouraged, and where employee performance and efforts are not only recognized, but also rewarded?
All resumes are kept for a period of six months. Only those applicants considered for an interview will be contacted. The Montréal Exchange is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to employment equity.
As a fully automated exchange devoted to developing the derivatives market, the Montréal Exchange is always in need of outstanding candidates to fill positions within various sectors of the organization. Sectors include Finance and Financial Markets, Information Technology (IT), and Risk Management.
Whether you are at the beginning of your career, eager to apply your skills and talents, or a seasoned candidate seeking new challenges, the Montréal Exchange provides you with the opportunity to realize your ambitions in a dynamic and stimulating work environment, where teamwork, information sharing, accountability, and flexibility all contribute to our mutual success.
Training opportunities and career development
The Montréal Exchange fosters the professional growth of its employees. It also supports knowledge development, and the acquisition of new skills and abilities through continuing education. To that effect, MX provides financial help, and examination leaves for employees who take part-time courses.
Wide range of benefits
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Montréal Exchange makes available to employees an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to aid those who are going through difficult personal times.
Giovanni Giarrusso scholarship
This scholarship was established in honour of Giovanni Giarrusso, who devoted 40 years of his professional life to the Montréal Exchange. The scholarship is granted yearly to children of employees who are enrolled in a college or university program.
Corporate social responsibility
A "green" exchange
The Montréal Exchange believes that serious action is required to preserve our planet. In addition to co-founding the Montréal Climate Exchange (MCeX), a transparent and credible marketplace where contracts on pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions are exchanged, MX has established a Sustainable Development Committee within its organization. This committee, comprised of employees, focuses on identifying and implementing the required steps for employees to adopt an environmentally sound behavior daily.
Extending a helping hand to those in need
Each year, the Montréal Exchange organizes fundraising activities to support social organizations that help those in need. MX also takes part in fundraising efforts to help foundations involved in raising money for medical research. Some of these social organizations and foundations include:
- Quebec Breakfast Club
- CURE Foundation
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Canada
- Sainte-Justine hospital / Early childhood diseases
Highly competitive compensation and benefits package
The Montréal Exchange provides its employees with a very competitive compensation, a stimulating work environment, and a comprehensive benefits package.
- Full program of benefits including health, dental, vision care services, life and wage insurance benefits
(available to employees on first day of employment)
- Defined contribution pension plan (with employer matching)
- Employee Share Purchase (immediate vesting)
- Competitive incentive earnings program
- Reward program for candidate referrals
- Time away from work (STD, LTD, maternity leave top up plan)