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Applicants that are being considered for an interview are usually contacted within 6 to 8 weeks of the closing date. For more information, please visit https://www.calgary.ca/cfod/hr/Pages/Careers/Employment-FAQ.aspx
Answered by City of Calgary
1 May 2020
Temporary positions are set up for a variety of reasons. Some roles are temporary and end once a project is complete. Other temporary positions help the organization to cover leaves of various types. Temporary positions are a great opportunity to showcase your skills, knowledge of your field, and to build your network within The City. When you start working in a temporary role, you will have access to applying for more opportunities at The City (both internal and external postings).
Answered by City of Calgary
17 April 2020
Hiring managers should notify the unsuccessful candidates who were involved in the interview process. Depending on the competition it typically takes one to two weeks to hear back from the manager about the decision of the hire. Anyone who is interviewed can also request a debriefing from the hiring manager so that they can learn what areas to work on for next time.
Answered by City of Calgary
14 May 2019
The City of Calgary uses the STAR interview method to gather information about your capabilities. To help prepare for job interviews and to view sample interview questions, please visit http://www.calgary.ca/cfod/hr/Pages/Careers/Interview-Method.aspx.
Answered by City of Calgary
22 March 2018
Please view our job postings and apply online. In order to be considered for a position with The City of Calgary, you will need to meet the minimum qualifications as noted on the job posting. Job descriptions provide information about the education, training, experience and ability that are required in order to be able to successfully perform these job responsibilities. Qualifications are based on considerations of merit and ability to perform effectively in a position. They are developed in an objective and non-discriminatory fashion, and are job-related.For help with your application, please view our career resources online for assistance with writing your cover letter and resume and to help prepare for job interviews. If you have any other questions, please connect with one of our recruiters on LinkedIn.
Answered by City of Calgary
8 December 2017
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