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In March 2023, the ISC hosted a series of Career workshops by industry professionals working towards Indigenous inclusion in their respective fields. If you missed any of them and want to learn more, please feel free to read more below!
If you have any questions about these workshops, or want to find out more about Career opporturtunities for you, please reach out to Indigenous Student Life Coordinator, Kim John firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was wonderful to meet with Larry Shuter who shared his experience working in many different roles in public service.
From government buyers and financial officers to translators and interpreters, Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) employs people with diverse skills and backgrounds from across Canada. Whether you are a recent graduate or are seeking a new challenge, Service Canada may be for someone like you.
Working for the federal government has many opportunities for personal growth; you have the opportunity to try different jobs, advance with professional learning and development, while having great employee benefits and job stability.
Links and other information on jobs and applications:
Visit Careers at PSPC to get an idea of the different services and areas of work at Larry’s current department, Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).
PSPC Recruitment Inventory: We're hiring! PSPC's Recruitment Inventory - Application Form (hiringplatform.ca)
General Government of Canada Jobs Site with Postings and Resources: Government of Canada jobs - Canada.ca
Fraser Health is one of seven health authorities in British Columbia and are responsible for providing health care to 1.9 million people in 20 diverse communities from Burnaby to Fraser Canyon on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish and Nlaka'pumux peoples.
We were thrilled to have Riel Drury come in to meet with us and share his story.
As part of the Indigenous Recruitment and Retention Team for Fraser Health and an alumnus of SFU’s Beedie School of Business, Riel shared an overview of their new Indigenous Recruitment and Retention Team, what they do and why they exist. Their objective is to recruit 2500 Indigenous Employees within the next 5 years to improve the existing health care system by incorporating Indigenous perspectives and values. He covered what it means to have a culturally safe space at Fraser Health and summarize some of the programs that are on the horizon for retention, like the Indigenous Leaderships Cohort. He discussed the benefits of working at Fraser Health, like time off to pursue cultural practices, having a support team in house that connects on a regular basis and strong mentorship that helps you find a career that fits an individual.
Please reach out to Riel if you are considering a career in health promotion and wellness!
Riel Drury Client Partner, Indigenous Recruitment and Retention; Employee Experience