Public Services and Procurement Canada
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17 questions about working at Public Services and Procurement Canada
A steady work/life balance and friendly group of people to work with.
Answered 8 August 2018
This vary, PSPC around 14 days & consultants 5 days.
Answered 10 August 2019
The process is clearly defined, and evaluation criteria provided.Process is scrupulously merit basedCan be long and arduous.
Answered 18 November 2018
Yes I did the work remotely and onsite,
Answered 10 August 2019
Soyez vigilant et constant.
Answered 31 August 2022
I got the job through FSWEP - after my resume was sent to my manager, she emailed me for an interview the next day, and I had my interview and got the job 2 days later. It was just an MS Teams interview.
Answered 28 February 2022
They are so happy of my work quality and project delivered
Answered 1 December 2020
Always have a resume on hand, bring a note pad and pen to take notes/ have a list of your own questions. Dress professional for the interview. Be polite, be honest and be respectful.
Answered 15 October 2020
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