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 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 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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