Human Resources

Human Resources

Entry-level human resources advisors benefit from a development program that broadens their knowledge and expertise, and develops client consulting skills. Whether you're developing HR policies and plans, carrying out job analyses or working on recruitment, staffing or labour relations projects, you'll be part of a team dedicated to hiring and developing some very talented people. As you gain experience, you'll find yourself advising clients and providing specialized HR services. You may also plan and deliver human resources programs or participate in special projects. (View Current Opportunities)

Classification:
Salary Range (Entry):
Positions in:
PE
$45,767–$56,935
Human Resources Branch; Canadian Intellectual Property Office; Regional Operations

Administrative Services

Working in administrative services, you'll help provide the organizational backbone of Industry Canada. Your activities, decisions and recommendations will enable staff and line departments to do their work smoothly and efficiently. Your activities might cover a wide range of endeavours; everything from compensation and benefits procedures, to office management, to procurement and resource allocation. (View Current Opportunities)

Classification:
Salary Range (Entry):
Positions in:
AS
$45,636–$51,041
Virtually every area and branch