Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is currently hiring for entry-level jobs across Canada. Hiring is going on for 4 AS-02 positions to be located at 30 major cities across Canada. Good thing about these roles is that you need only a secondary school diploma or equivalent to apply.
Please note last date to apply is September 2, 2022 at 11:59 pm PST. Salary being offered for these roles is between $61,152 to $65,887 annually. Anyone having a work authorization in Canada can apply. Furthermore, Canadian citizens residing abroad can also apply.
There are various language requirements. English only, French or Bilingual. Below are the 4 positions that PSPC is hiring now.
1. Administrative Support:
You will be in charge of providing assistance in one or more administrative areas, including budgeting, handling money, managing materials, keeping records, etc. You’ll have to respond to a variety of requests, guide personnel on procedures and administrative processes, and boost the effectiveness of current administrative practises.
2. Executive Support:
You will serve as a senior executive’s first point of contact and offer a variety of administrative support services, such as managing the agenda, organising meetings, planning and creating informational documents and reports, managing correspondence, and making sure that necessary follow-ups with coworkers and directors/managers are made.
3. Financial Activity Support
You will be in responsible for assisting with accounting and financial operations, which includes managing and tracking a budget, budget forecasts and expenditures, invoices and financial contracts, financing, auditing, accounts receivable or payable, account reconciliation, expense reports, and salary forecast.
4. Project Team Support:
You will be in charge of aiding in the development of the project terms and conditions, planning, and risk assessment, as well as supporting and organising other project management-related operations. You might participate in the analysis, gather information or data, manage working groups, and make sure the necessary follow-up with the various stakeholders is made.
- Alberta: Calgary and Edmonton
- British Columbia: Delta, Vancouver, and Victoria
- Manitoba: Winnipeg
- New Brunswick: Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John, and Shediac
- Newfoundland and Labrador: Corner Brook and St. John’s
- Northwest Territories: Yellowknife
- Nova Scotia: Halifax, Sydney, and Cape Breton – Other locations
- Ontario: Kingston, Ottawa, Stratford, and Toronto
- Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown
- Quebec: Gatineau, Matane, Montréal Island, Québec, Rimouski, and Montréal – Other locations
- Saskatchewan: Regina and Saskatoon
- Yukon: Whitehorse
How To Apply
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