Public Services and Procurement Canada
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Keep learning

Build your career through professional development. We offer courses, mentoring, coaching and on-the-job training.

Earn a good living

Each job has a salary range that brings annual increases to most employees, up to a maximum amount. And, when overtime is authorized, you will be paid for it.


The experience you will gain in an entry-level job will help you compete for a higher paying job at the next level.

Pension and benefits

You will receive a wide range of employee benefits, including a pension plan, life insurance, disability insurance, and dental and health care. Learn more about public service group insurance benefits plans.

Take time off

You will be eligible for three weeks of holidays per year when you start. As well, you will receive sick leave, maternity/paternity and/or parental leave, one personal day and one day for volunteer activities.

Explore flexible work arrangements

Depending on the type of work you do, arrangements such as flexible hours and compressed work weeks may help you balance your personal and work life.

Have many careers in one

We offer a variety of employment opportunities. Whatever your expertise, you will have the chance to develop knowledge and skills in new areas, as well as explore opportunities in other departments and regions when on assignments.

Commitment to Employment Equity

We have been recognized as one of the best Diversity Employers in Canada. We offer an inclusive and diverse work environment where we acknowledge the value of Canadians' characteristics. Our employee networks include upper management representation and they organize events throughout the year. Networks such as the Managers' Council, the National Youth Network, the Aboriginal Peoples Network, the Network for Persons with Disabilities, the Visible Minorities Network and the Pride at Work Network for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender community involve employees from across PSPCWatch a video of our diverse workforce.

Do interesting and challenging work

It is not unusual to find yourself working on issues with high visibility. But even if you don't, there is plenty of satisfaction in just finding your niche and doing what you do best.

Make a difference

No matter what role you play, you are serving Canadians.

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