Communications, Public Relations and Media Relations Advisor | City of Terrebonne

Communications, Public Relations and Media Relations Advisor | City of Terrebonne
Communications, Public Relations and Media Relations Advisor | City of Terrebonne

The City of Terrebonne is currently looking to complete its team of nearly 1,200 employees who work every day to make Terrebonne a dynamic and attractive city. A thriving municipality that now has nearly 122,000 citizens, Terrebonne is the 10th largest municipality in Quebec.

Are you excited about challenging projects? Join our stimulating team without delay and help build a quality living environment by applying for the position of:





Reporting to the immediate superior, the incumbent is responsible for developing communication plans for the projects assigned to him and ensuring the collaboration of the team in its implementation. He masters the various mandates entrusted and makes strategic recommendations to his clients.

  • Provide an advisory role to internal or external entities in compliance with the City’s objectives and challenges;
  • Develop strategies and ensure their implementation for both internal and external audiences;
  • Write messages or tools while ensuring linguistic quality and respect for the brand image and values ​​of the City;
  • Coordinate the work of external collaborators and monitor the budgets of the projects under his/her responsibility;
  • Collaborate in the development and application of policies, standards and processes related to its field of activity;
  • Carry out monitoring and issue recommendations to achieve objectives and provide greater influence to the City;
  • Participate in the analysis of the impact of the various campaigns, write reports, assessments and issue recommendations to your immediate superior;
  • Ensure monitoring of best practices and municipal issues;
  • Receive, analyze and respond to media requests;
  • Act as a public affairs consultant, spokesperson and support for expert spokespersons;
  • Organize public events and act as master of ceremonies.


  • Hold a bachelor’s degree in communication with a specialization in digital communication, public relations or journalism or other appropriate discipline;
  • Have a minimum of three (3) years of relevant experience in similar roles;
  • Knowledge of municipal or public sector organizations is a significant asset;
  • Be available outside regular working hours to carry out certain mandates (dates known in advance).


  • Planning, measuring and monitoring;
  • Sense of innovation and creativity;
  • Synthesis capacity;
  • Agility;
  • Political sense;
  • Verbal and written communication skills;
  • Sens client;
  • Stress management.

The annual salary range for this job is between $66,429 and $89,528.

The City of Terrebonne subscribes to the principle of equality in employment and invites women, Aboriginal people, members of visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities to apply.

To submit your application, you must apply online by accessing the City of Terrebonne website at, before the competition closing date.

Thank you for your interest, but please note that only those selected will be contacted.

for an interview.



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