Looking for work is not always an easy task: finding and selecting job offers in Montréal, writing a résumé and a cover letter that stand out, preparing for an interview… these are only a few steps. With the financial support of Emploi-Québec, CRESOM (Club de recherche d’emploi du sud-ouest de Montréal) offers free employment counseling services to help you increase your chances of finding a job in providing you with all the necessary tools.

Since 1992, we help job seekers use the most efficient tools for finding work. As job search specialists, we know what do and how to quickly find a job. Over the last several years, CRESOM has also developed an expertise in helping new immigrants. Our mission is to help all job seekers return on the job market. Member of the Association des centres de recherche d’emploi du Québec, we combine our efforts and expertise to show you the most effective and up-to-date job search strategies.
A time-tested job search approach To achieve this result, we suggest that you use effective methods to convince employers: an attractive résumé, good interview preparation (the best answers to the most difficult questions), and lists of potential employers. Visiting job sites is of course a good way to discover available positions, but contacting employers remains an effective means of learning about employment opportunities and desired skills. Filling open positions is all employers want. With CRESOM’s help, you will know how to find and contact these employers. How to prepare a strong résumé, how to get free résumé advice, how to write a cover letter, how to prepare a reference letter or a thank-you letter, how to prepare for a job interview, how to prepare a list of employers; CRESOM explains it all!

Our team

CRESOM offer you the best team to help you to find a job quickly.

  • Jocelyne Vaillant

    Director

    Jocelyne Vaillant
  • Boua Khay

    Employment counsellor

    Boua Khay
  • Yvette Côté

    Administrative Assistant

    Yvette Côté
  • Daniel Vaillancourt

    Employment counsellor

    Daniel Vaillancourt