Intern, Projects Directorate | PJCCI

Intern, Projects Directorate

August 25, 2023

At The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI), for overs 40 years, our teams work together to keep users safe by managing, maintaining and rehabilitating our infrastructure.

Why join our team? When you do your internship at JCCBI, you will be supervised by an experienced professional and learn at an organization that really cares about training the next generation!


Here are the many benefits to doing your internship at JCCBI!

  • This internship is unionized with a flexible schedule of 37.5 hours per week (hybrid work schedule).
  • Approximately four months (winter 2024); flexible dates, depending on your internship.
  • The salary range for 2024 is $ 19.53 to $ 23.18 depending on your experience.
  • Need time off? Get 1.25 paid days per month on a prorated basis (i.e. approximately five days for the four months of internship).
  • Free coffee.
  • Take part in organized sports activities.
  • Get your own work space and enjoy an excellent onboarding process.
  • Do up to two full-time internships or, after your first internship, extend your contract and work part-time during your studies.
  • Our offices are located near the Longueuil metro station and are easily accessible by public transit. Parking is available, or you can take advantage of our public transit reimbursement program.


Your main responsibilities as an intern:

  • Assist Project Managers in updating and producing certain documents related to costs, schedules and other documentation related to the management of its projects.
  • Establish professional relations with the Project Control Officer (PCO) and project team members.
  • Provide assistance to project directors and coordinators, including providing relevant information in the preparation of various reports, methods or analysis grids, and monitoring projects.
  • Ensure the application of JCCBI processes and procedures related to project management.
  • Assist project coordinators in performing certain tasks.
  • Visit the works in progress and validate shared information during project meetings.
  • Ensure that the different project registers are up to date.
  • Coordinate activities related to project risk management.
  • Participate in the development of project management processes.
  • Attend project meetings and track deliverables.
  • Read and comment on the monthly progress report on construction and engineering contracts.
  • Assist project coordinators in post-mortem engineering and construction meetings and compile lessons learned.
  • Work closely with the Corporation’s partners.
  • Perform any other job-related tasks and duties.


This internship is for you if you:

  • Are in a bachelor’s program in project management, administration, civil engineering, construction engineering, industrial engineering, or the equivalent.
  • Have ASP certification to work at a construction site (an asset).
  • Are familiar with the standards for structures (bridges and viaducts) and roads as well as environment and site safety standards (an asset).
  • Have good writing skills and you are able to understand and interpret drawings and specifications.
  • Have proficiency in written and spoken French, ability to communicate verbally in English.
  • Have working knowledge of MS Project, Excel, Access, Word, Outlook.
  • Have an excellent ability to work on a team.
  • Demonstrate initiative and autonomy.
  • Have good organizational skills.
  • Have good priority and time management.
  • You can meet goals and deadlines.


Are you ready to come on board as an intern at JCCBI? This is your chance to apply! Send your CV and cover letter to [email protected] specifying the internship you are interested in.

Go to:

  • Our Careers page to learn more about our mission and many innovative projects. You can also learn more about our internship opportunities and great workplace.
  • Our LinkedIn page
  • Our Facebook page

JCCBI is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from First Nations people, women, members of visible minorities, and people with disabilities.

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