National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces
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    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Ottawa, ON
  • Link
    National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces website
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Warrant Officer in Canada and worldwide
on 21 January 2023
Lots to do and see
Look, It's the Military. Not for everyone, but a heck of a good time once you figure out how to play the game. Lots of time outdoors, travel and adventure.
Québec in Québec City, QC
on 30 January 2023
Environnement de travail hypocrite
Une bonne journée de travail dépend de votre supérieur.
Pilot in Kingston, ON
on 28 January 2023
Government job
Rock solid security since you are employed by the government. No way of negotiating to work from home unless you meet a nice manager. Otherwise pay is pretty good for a government job. Pace is also very slow, poor support from management most of the times.
MDO 06 in Edmonton, AB
on 24 January 2023
Not the best
Sit around, they give work away, manager is over ruled by upper management. Less and less O/T and as base wages are low compared to civilian world unless you have a pension on top you can’t pay bills.
Infantry Soldier in Shilo, MB
on 24 January 2023
Great place to get a trade
Great place to get started in trades or as a pilot or if you just want to coast. I would reccomend getting what you want then getting out and using your skills civi side. But there is alot to be said for job security and benefits it's a good option but not for everyone

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Process takes more than one month

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Are Q#1 Are you physically fit and mentally prepared for the army qualification course? Q#2 Are you medical free from any concerns about your health? Q#3 what is your future career with us?

Shared on 10 May 2019

Are you willing to shoot and kill someone despite your personal beliefs? There could be a time where someone tries to kill you. Do you think you can shoot them?

Shared on 14 January 2019

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