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Generally over the telephone for Nurses and people relocating or taking travel contracts directly with the Government; in-person and local for support staff roles who live in the Communities they are applying in; Interviews are not hard, but the decision to hire follows a Priority Hiring Policy (Nunavut Inuit First, followed by existing Nunavut Residents actively in Nunavut, Followed by everyone else).
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There isn’t one. HR is a nightmare.
Answered 14 May 2023
No, you have to live in Nunavut to work for the Government of Nunavut.
Answered 21 July 2020
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