The Government Of Canada Is Hiring Students RN & There Are Tons Of ‘Virtual Jobs’
If you’re a student and looking to make a few extra bucks (remotely!), then you should definitely check out some of the jobs available with the Government of Canada.
CSIS Is Hiring Across Canada RN & You Could Make Up To $102K Without Having A Degree
If you’re looking to embark on a new career adventure, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service is hiring for a bunch of roles.
The government agency recently posted job listings that don’t require college diplomas or university degrees and could earn you some serious money. All you need is a high school diploma, and for some of the jobs, a few years of related experience.
If you do decide to apply, make sure you’re careful who you chat with about it. The job postings all warn, “Do not discuss your application with others (including on social media) besides your partner, or close family members — who should also be reminded about the need to be discreet.”
Salary: $65,460 to $79,640
Location: Burnaby, BC; Toronto, ON
Who Should Apply: Anyone who want’s to live out their dreams of being James Bond. You’ll need to conduct “discreet physical surveillance” and be able to adapt to various settings quickly and have the ability to manage stress.
ONGOING STUDENT RECRUITMENT
Includes Employment Opportunity for Students with Disabilities (EOSD) & Indigenous Student Employment Opportunity (ISEO)
Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP)
Government of Canada
Full-time or part-time
$15.00 – $33.58 per hour
Number of jobs
Job opportunities from this inventory are filled on an ongoing basis. More than 8 000 students were hired in 2018-2019.
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Apply for a Government of Canada student job!
Are you a student searching for a full-time or part-time work opportunity?
As the country’s largest employer, we are proud to hire thousands of students every year to support us in delivering services to Canadians.
✓ explore different careers in the federal public service
✓ gain work experience while developing your skills
✓ apply knowledge from your areas of study
✓ be part of a respectful and inclusive work environment
What types of student jobs are available?
We have a wide variety of jobs from coast to coast, in diverse fields, such as administration, agriculture, communications, enforcement, finance, IT, policy, and many more.
Students work in offices and laboratories, on ships and farms, at historical sites and national parks, among many other locations, in more than 300 cities and towns across Canada.
Who can apply?
You are eligible to apply if you meet the following criteria:
• You are a full-time high school, CEGEP, college or university student
• You are returning to full-time studies in the next academic year
• You meet the minimum age requirement in the province/territory of work
This includes students with physical or emotional disabilities deemed to have full-time status by their academic institution. Adult students registered in education and retraining programs at the secondary level may also be eligible for student employment programs.
Students who are in their final year of academic study and who are not intending to return to full-time studies are eligible to work part-time up until the time they graduate.
Fill out the self-declaration section to be considered for EOSD & ISEO jobs opportunities, now available all year!
Employment Opportunity for Students with Disabilities (EOSD) is only open to students who have answered “YES” to the question “Are you a person with a disability” under the “Employment Equity self-declaration” section.
Indigenous Students Employment Opportunity (ISEO) is only open to students who have answered “YES” to the question “Are you an Aboriginal* person?” under the “Employment Equity self-declaration” section.
Hired students will benefit from support, training and networking offered as part of these initiatives.
* The Indigenous Peoples of Canada include First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Within these three groups, are many unique nations, each with its own history, language or dialect, cultural expressions, experiences and identities.
For ISEO – Hired students will be required to sign the Affirmation of Aboriginal Affiliation Form.
Language of work
We have English, French, and bilingual (English and French) jobs available.
Preference will be given to Canadian citizens who meet the job requirements.
What happens after you submit your application?
➢ Your application is placed in our student inventory.
➢ When there are job openings, a search will be conducted in the student inventory. If your application matches the manager’s search criteria, you may be contacted* for a test and/or interview.
➢ Security clearance will be conducted and student status verified prior to the job offer.
*Due to high volumes of applications and to ensure a fair selection process, a random selection of applicants meeting all criteria for a job may be used, therefore not all students who submit an application will be contacted.
A diverse and inclusive workplace
Our selection processes and work environments are inclusive and barrier-free. If you are contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should identify any accommodations you may require using the contact information on this advertisement or in communication you receive. Information received about accommodation measures will be managed confidentially.
The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce that reflects Canadian society. We promote employment equity and, while voluntary, we encourage you to indicate on your application if you are a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group.
Requirement to be vaccinated
On October 6, 2021, the Government of Canada announced details of its plans to require vaccination across the federal public service.
As per the new Policy on COVID-19 Vaccination for the Core Public Administration Including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, federal public servants in the Core Public Administration and members of the RCMP must attest to their vaccination status. The requirement for employees to be fully vaccinated applies whether they are teleworking, working remotely or working on-site. This is a condition of employment and it applies to indeterminate (permanent), determinate (term), casual, and student hiring. Should you reach the point in the selection process where it is necessary to verify terms and conditions of employment then the hiring manager or a human resources representative will contact you in order to complete an attestation.
What are you waiting for? Apply now
“We have a wide variety of jobs from coast to coast, in diverse fields, such as administration, agriculture, communications, enforcement, finance, IT, policy, and many more,” the government website says.
Some of the opportunities on offer for students include positions “in offices and laboratories, on ships and farms, at historical sites and national parks, among many other locations.”
There are opportunities all over the country too, in more than 300 cities and towns.
And if you’re wondering about pay, you can make anywhere between $15 to $30.58 per hour. Not too bad, eh?
In order to apply, you must be a full-time high school, CEGEP, college or university student returning to full-time studies in the next academic year and meet the minimum age requirement to work in the province or territory where the job is based.
If selected, you’ll have the ability to explore different federal service careers, gain work experience, use knowledge from your area(s) of study in school and be part of a respectful and inclusive work environment.
Preference will be given to Canadian citizens who meet all of the job requirements, and there are roles for English, French and bilingual speakers.