LHHR: Recruitment and Renewal - Let’s Keep Working Together (18-05)
Public service renewal is one of the Clerk of the Privy Council’s top priorities, and the Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC) is committed to working with you to ensure successful recruitment of the next generation of talent.
The Post-Secondary Recruitment (PSR) program is one of the mechanisms the PSC offers to support diversity and inclusion in our renewal efforts. This program is a wide-reaching, convenient and efficient way to hire talented and diverse professionals, while helping departments and agencies accelerate their hiring processes. Through outreach activities, we attract candidates with diverse backgrounds from across the country, year-round, for jobs in a broad array of fields at various levels. Some of the candidates are newly graduated and ready to launch their careers, while others have work experience and are looking to further their careers.
Planning for the 2018 PSR campaign has begun, and we’re looking for your help to tailor the upcoming campaign and outreach strategies to attract the talent your department needs. Our targeted inventories will be available again this year, as well as the option of customized job ads in cases when recruitment needs can’t be fulfilled through the inventories. Tell us about your recruitment and renewal needs, or confirm your interest and your commitment to participate in this year’s campaign by June 1st, 2018.
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The current PSR inventories are available with over 4 800 candidates in:
- Technical Fields and Labour and Trades
- Science and Engineering
- Policy, Business and Human Resources
- Program, Service and Procurement
- Information Management and Information Technology
Curious to know more about these inventories? Check out our PSR inventory profiles.
Not sure what being a participating partner involves? Contact the PSR team.
Using the PSR program to hire your next employee is a unique opportunity to support our shared priority of public service renewal. Let’s keep working together!
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