Employment and Social Development Canada – Service Canada is looking to hire for entry-level jobs in British Columbia (B.C.). The exciting part is there are no prior experience requirements, and all you need is a high school diploma!
There are about 60 positions that need to be filled. Ensure that you apply as soon as possible, as the first round of assessments begins as early as October 31, 2022.
Learn about the jobs positions, requirements, duties and how to apply below.
Closing date: 31 January 2023 – 23:59, Pacific Time
Salary: $54,878 to $61,379
Position type: Temporary (Term, Deployment, Acting, Casual employment) and Permanent (Indeterminate, Deployment) positions
Locations: Surrey (BC) and within a 75-kilometre radius of Surrey (BC), within Canadian territory, extending to Chilliwack (BC), Sidney (BC), Roberts Creek (BC).
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Roles and duties
Passport Officer (PO)
As a Passport Officer, you will help answer in-person inquiries from people at a Service Canada Centre or a Passport Canada Office.
Passport Officers are members of a highly trained team tasked with administering the Canadian Passport Program in accordance with policies and procedures.
In addition, as a Passport Officer, you will interact with the general public to review, decide on, and process their passport applications.
Citizen Services Officer (CSO)
Citizen Services Officers serve as the face of government, responding to citizens’ eService or in-person questions in Service Canada Centres.
In this role, you will serve as the principal point of contact for clients seeking in-person access to government services, entitlements, and benefits.
In this capacity, you could be helping citizens with various programs and services, such as assisting them to become self-sufficient using our online services or assisting them with pension or passport documents.
Work will be in a public-facing office, but telework/working remotely may be required. Therefore, applicants must be willing and able to work in public areas and remotely if necessary.
Work involves dealing with high volumes of clients in a busy environment.
Education: Applicants must have a high school or secondary school diploma. Or the following employer-approved alternatives:
- An adequate combination of education, training and experience; or
- Have an acceptable score on the PSC-approved test as an alternative to a secondary school diploma
In addition, as a candidate, you must provide evidence of Canadian or equivalent foreign education.
Other skill requirements
- Can demonstrate integrity and respect
- Take the initiative and be action-oriented
- Work effectively with others
- Have attention to detail
- Communication (Oral)
Who can apply?
Anyone residing in Surrey (BC) within a 75 km radius is welcome to apply. However, preference will be given to veterans first, then Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
How to apply?
All you need is your resume to apply for this position. You can submit your application online application the Government of Canada website.
For more details and the official job posting, click here.
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