Working at the Museum turns you on?

Make way for creativity, collaboration and connectivity!

Working at Musée de la civilisation is all about unleashing your creative skills throughout motivating projects. It's being part of an influential movement that invites people to do and see things differently.

When you join the Museum's team, you join forces with an institution renown for its audacity and its wide array of cultural offers. You reach out and get to know yourself as well as others, you open up to the world while keeping both feet deeply rooted in what makes Quebec what it is. You get to learn, transcend, and thrive in a rich and professional environment.

To be one of us is to put the future into motion. Together.

Social Benefits

  • Four weeks paid vacations after one full year.
  • Group insurance plan.
  • Pension plan.
  • Flexible schedule possibilities.


  • An employee pass that gives you access to free visits with partner Museums or, discounts with several cultural organizations and partner businesses.  
  • Access to corporate privileges.
  • Access to discounts on your cell phone plan.
  • Access to discounts on the L'abonne BUS program or on parking fees.
  • Space to safely lock your bike.

Play an active part in an extraordinary museum and cultural experience by becoming a volunteer. For more information, follow this link:

All internship applications must be sent to Human Resources Services, at:

To submit an internship application, join a cover letter to your resume, explaining why you chose Musée de la civilisation. Make sure to also indicate the specific period, which department you would like to join, and the specific academic objectives pursued as well as expected benefits. These documents will allow the Museum to process your request.


Le Musée de la civilisation supports the next generation in the humanities and social sciences, including museum studies, by offering grants and awards such as the Roland-Arpin Award. The Museum also holds, each year, an International Summer School Program, in partnership with the Centre interuniversitaire d'études sur les lettres, les arts et les traditions (CÉLAT) of Université Laval. For details, please follow this link.

The Museum endorses the principle of employment equity. It encourages women, Indigenous People, members of visible minority groups and people living with disabilities to submit their application. To avoid any form of discrimination during hiring process, accommodations can be arranged if demanded.