Need a JOB? Government of Canada Post-Secondary Recruitment Campaign Coming to RDC!


This is a sweet opportunity.

The Government of Canada is coming to RDC on Monday, October 6 as part of their Post-Secondary Recruitment Campaign.

Here’s how it works. If you are going to be graduating this year with a degree or a diploma, you can submit just ONE application to the government which will allow you access to over 1500 jobs. Do these jobs sound great? Why, yes, they do. Here is a sampling of what is out there:

  • Citizen Service Agent/Public Liaison Officer
  • Citizenship, Immigration, and Settlement Officer
  • Communications Officer
  • Economist
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Human Resources Officer
  • Integrity Services Investigator
  • Program Officer
  • Translator
  • Foreign Worker Officers

Nice! Here are the complete details:

-Monday, October 6, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on campus at an Info Table near the Forum.
-Need to submit application by October 10, 2008 to be eligible for these jobs.
-Visit http://jobs.gc.ca for further information.

Wait! It gets better! You’ll want your resume to be as polished as possible for an opportunity like this. To get some extra help from a true expert, visit the Career & Employment Coordinator, Meghan Richer-Poth, in the Career and Employment Center (Rm 1402 RDC Student Services). You can email her at meghan.richer-poth@rdc.ab.ca or call her at 403.314.2476 to set up an appointment and get everything ready to go.

DON’T MISS OUT! This is, in Meghan’s words (emphasis her own!) a phenomenal opportunity for students who are about to graduate and looking for a great way to launch a career.

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