Spotlight on careers in the public service
This web site highlights specific hiring initiatives by departments and agencies and may include featured jobs, employers or careers.
Intern Officer Development Program
“A degree in one hand and a new career in purchasing and supply for the federal government in the other . . .”
Are you looking for a profession where you will be negotiator, buyer, mediator, team player and influencer? Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) has an opportunity for you to enter an apprentice training program as part of a group of university and college graduates in the largest governmental supply organization in Canada. The objective of the program is to provide apprentices with the necessary skills, knowledge and experience to plan, negotiate and administer contracts of varying complexity from low dollar value commercial products to multi-million dollar major equipment projects on behalf of the Government of Canada. The base salary starts at $47,422 and you can earn up to $80,488 following your graduation from the training program. In addition, since PSPC is the largest governmental supply organization, there are plenty of career opportunities waiting for you.
We encourage you to read more about this program now, because job opportunities will become available starting September 2016. Visit our program page today!
Come join our team! Visit our website for more details.
Financial Officer/Internal Auditor Recruitment and Development Program
Every fall, the Financial Officer/Internal Auditor Recruitment and Development Program (FORD/IARD) recruits top graduates to join the federal public service in challenging, rewarding careers as financial officers and internal auditors. We recruit fourth year students and recent graduates who are committed to obtaining a professional accounting designation or internal audit certification.
What does the program have to offer you?
- Meaningful work that makes a difference for Canadians
- Professional development opportunities
- The opportunity to obtain an accounting or internal audit designation while you work
- Medical, dental and pension benefits and an attractive salary
- Opportunities for advancement
Learn more about all the opportunities the program has to offer by exploring the FORD/IARD website
Correctional Service of Canada
Join our public safety team, where putting in a day’s work means helping to keep your community safe.
Correctional Service of Canada (CSC), a key player in the protection of public safety, is responsible for the safe supervision and reintegration of offenders serving sentences of two years or more. On a typical day, we manage more than 12,000 offenders placed within our 58 institutions and more than 8,000 offenders under supervision in the community.
CSC offers a wide variety of jobs and professions. In addition to correctional and parole officers, we also employs nurses, psychologists, trades people, human resources advisors, financial advisors and others to keep our offices and institutions running smoothly.
Join our public safety team! Visit our Web site for more details.
We encourage you to apply today!
Your health is our business!
Ever wonder what makes a great career? At Health Canada, we believe it happens when you combine passion with skill, add challenging opportunities and top it off with a positive work environment and a balanced life. As such, we pride ourselves in developing our talent and providing rewarding career opportunities in an inclusive workplace.
Health Canada is the department responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health, while respecting individual choices and circumstances. If you have a passion for helping people and are looking for an exciting career that will truly make a difference in the lives of Canadians, then Health Canada is the place for you! Whether your interest lies in Science and Regulation, Health Services and Program Management, Policy or Internal Services, we've got the right position for you!
Apply today and start making a difference in the lives of Canadians!
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