Public Service Commission of Canada
The Public Service Commission (PSC) is responsible for promoting and safeguarding a merit-based, representative and non-partisan public service that serves all Canadians, in collaboration with its stakeholders. It also manages the tools for public service recruitment, providing applicants and managers with a single portal to access all public service job opportunities.
The PSC is a federal institution that is part of the Intergovernmental Affairs, Northern Affairs and Internal Trade portfolio and it reports independently to Parliament on its mandate.
Our services and information
Get information on how to apply for a job in the federal public service.
Get information on language testing and language requirements in the public service.
Access time-saving, targeted inventories or specialized recruitment programs and initiatives.
Find out about the advertising and screening process, student and graduate recruitment programs, occupational tests and career counselling.
Find information about the priority entitlements that help public servants cope with career transitions.
Access tools and resources related to staffing activities under the Public Service Employment Act.
Find guidance on the participation of public service employees in political activities.
Learn how the Public Service Commission safeguards the integrity of appointments and oversees the political impartiality of the federal public service.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- Name-blind recruitment pilot project ─ Final report
- Annual Report 2017-2018
- Report on Plans and Priorities 2016-2017
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