Various opportunities for Indigenous people in the Québec region! (BB-112E6)
Found in: Talent CA
Description:About the job What is the intent of this process? We are currently seeking talented candidates who self-identify as Indigenous people* to fill positions at various levels at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and other Federal Public Service organizations. Please note that the salary range will vary in function of the group and level of the position to be staffed. The informations regarding pay rates can be found here. The inventory resulting from this staffing process will be used to staff various positions for appointments that can be: for various jobs (click here for more information on the jobs) bilingual or unilingual (French or English); full time or part time; teleworking or working at the office in the following cities: Brossard, Chicoutimi, Gatineau, Jonquière, Laval, Montreal, Quebec City, Rimouski, Rouyn-Noranda, Shawinigan, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivieres. For telework positions, your income may be eligible for the exemption under section 87 of the Indian Act. The inventory will also be able to staff similar positions at various levels in the federal public service. For more information on the positions, please contact the person indicated at the bottom of the notice. * We mean by "Indigenous persons" any person who self-identifies as a North American Indian or a member of a First Nation, Métis or Inuk. North American Indians or members of a First Nation include Status Indians, Treaty Indians and Non-Status Indians. The CRA: an employer of choice! For four consecutive years, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has been named one of Canada's Top 100 Employers. We excel in the areas of employee engagement and performance, training and skills development, community involvement, health and family benefits well-being, diversity and inclusion, and much more. Why work in the Federal Public Service? The Public Service offers some of the most sought-after benefit programs, in addition to competitive rates of pay, among others : Flexible schedules to find the balance that is right for you between your work and your personal life A healthcare plan which covers many of life's events: medical, prescription drugs, vision care, dental care, out-of-province medical expenses and hospitalizations, etc.). Access to an advantageous pension plan A workplace that supports workforce diversity and the development of talents To apply Who can apply? To be eligible, you must meet the following three requirements: Be a person who lives in the province of Quebec Self-identify as an Indigenous person Have successfully completed at least a high school diploma or CRA-approved alternatives If you require support in creating your Candidate Profile, please visit the help page or contact the person listed at the bottom of the poster. Assessment What is the next step? If you meet the three requirements mentioned above, you will be qualified in a pool that can be used to fill various positions. We encourage you to validate the contact information in your Profile in order to receive any communication related to the employment opportunities in this process. If you require accommodation at any time during this process, we encourage you to indicate this in your questionnaire when you apply, or to contact the person at the bottom of the poster. Your request will be treated confidentially. Conditions of Employment Reliabilit/Security: Reliability Status Various language requirements: Bilingual imperative (all levels), French Essential or English Essential For teleworking: Have access to the tools needed to do virtual work (for example: a stable high-speed internet connection) Please note that the IT equipment required will be provided by the employer. If you receive an offer of employment, your performance will be validated (reference check).
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