We’re hiring Indigenous talent at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Tackling today’s challenges. Recruiting tomorrow’s leaders.

What this program offers

This year, the TBS Post-Secondary Recruitment Campaign is looking to recruit Indigenous talent for analyst positions to work at the heart of the federal government, while also building a pool of qualified candidates for future analyst positions.

Are you an Indigenous student? Are you interested in contributing to public policy and making a difference in the lives of Canadians? We are looking for graduates with talent, passion and innovative ideas to work at TBS!

Why choose us

Join a community

Join a community of TBS analysts and make a meaningful contribution to many challenging and interesting areas that have an impact on Canadians from coast to coast.

Challenge yourself

Conduct policy and program analysis and provide advice directly to senior decision makers on important issues, including public administration, program and policy development, financial management and human resources.

Build your skills

Get exposed to a variety of work experiences, build your skills and develop your career.

Are you ready to tackle today’s challenges in the Government of Canada?

Who is eligible

You are eligible to apply if you self-identify as Indigenous and are a Canadian resident or a Canadian citizen residing abroad, and will have completed a degree from a recognized post-secondary institution, by .

At the time of application, applicants must demonstrate leadership by having taken on active roles in their communities. As part of your application, you must describe how you have demonstrated leadership and what results were achieved.

Possible examples may include:

  • Voluntary service to, or leadership in, a community (e.g., student government, contributions in the voluntary or not-for-profit sector);
  • Personal accomplishment or initiative (e.g., high-level sporting or cultural achievement, founding a business or other organization);
  • Notable accomplishments through full-time or part-time paid employment during studies;
  • Helped and inspired others to overcome adversity;
  • Services to, or leadership in, Indigenous governance or community development.

How to apply

Read the qualifications and requirements on the Job Opportunity Advertisement (available from , to , 23:59, Pacific Time) prior to submitting an application. Only applications received online will be accepted.


Our team will contact applicants as soon as possible after the poster closes. Hired candidates will need to provide us a proof of their post-secondary degree.

Contact us

For more information, contact our PSR recruitment team at the Treasury Board Secretariat

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