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Available Jobs at Parks Canada

Have a Feel of Canada by joining the Parks Canada Agency. You might be an immigrant who enjoys working in a job where you make a difference.

You might have ever thought of a career in support of one of Canada’s iconic places that needs history, archaeological, zoology, artistic/aesthetic fields as well as other related fields. Then, Parks Canada should be the place for you.

The Parks Canada Agency can make use of Public Service Commission Pools. The Public Service Commission bring about the creation of public service wide pools and inventories to cope with similar hiring needs of federal government organizations. You may wish to apply for these opportunities as well which will be posted on www.jobs.gc.ca.

Mr Daniel Watson, Parks Canada CEO, stated that “We are seeking highly dedicated, professional, enthusiastic and proud Canadians who, every day of the year, make it their mission to share some of the very best of Canada with Canadians and with visitors from around the world”.

All Encompassing Benefits

It maintains a vast team of more than five thousand people who work in a wide range of jobs. But regardless of where they work, they protect and preserve Canada’s national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas for future generations.

Jobs are provided with various tenures within the Agency. The variety of flexibility may be just what you are desiring for. Permanent, full-time and part-time work are offered as well as temporary or seasonal work to immigrants and citizens.

There is also the opportunity of a strong student employment program. Parks Canada Provides summer jobs, part-time positions and co-op work experiences.

Commitment To Diversity And Employment Equity

Parks Canada is committed to the principles of diversity and employment equity through the Employment Equity Act. Parks Canada work to ensure the workforce reflects the diverse nature of Canadian society. When you are applying for jobs with Parks Canada, we like to encourage members of the authorized category to identify themselves.