The CBSA Is Hiring Human Resources Advisors & The Gig Pays Almost $88K

All you need is a bachelor's degree in one of many related fields! 🤑
The CBSA Is Hiring Human Resources Advisors & The Gig Pays Almost $88K

Want to work for Canada's second-largest law enforcement organization? Well here is your chance, because the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is hiring and the job could pay almost $88,000.

The requirements include a bachelor's degree, preferably in the field of law.

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What positions are available?

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is currently on the hunt for candidates to join their growing team, and right now there are two roles that they want to fill.

The first is within their Labour Relations Operations unit and the second is inside their National Integrity Centre of Expertise unit.

The labour relations position requires candidates to guide management in everything relating to workplace labour and other issues.

The human resources (HR) advisor would look into administrative investigations and follow up with disciplinary measures if necessary. 

They would also be asked to participate in discussions involving sensitive issues.

Meanwhile, working on the National Integrity Centre of Expertise side of things, you can expect to work on addressing harassment and being involved in violence prevention.

Also, you may have to help to find solutions to complex complaint cases that arise.  

What are the requirements?

To snag one of these spots, you need to have a bachelor's degree.

That said, you don't need to have studied in any particular field to be considered.

Some of the options they'll accept include HR, management, psychology, public or business administration, education sciences, social sciences, sociology or any other field that could be relevant.

You also must be used to giving advice to management as well as being a problem solver in regards to "complex and sensitive" HR issues.

Candidates will also need to have some experience writing documents, such as reports, briefing notes, and discipline letters.

Lastly, a driver's license may be required depending on your exact position.

What else do I need to know?

If you get hired, you can expect to make between $70,584 and $87,975, depending on experience.

While in most locations fluency in English is all you'll need, if you work in the National Capital Region, it'll require you to speak, write and understand French at an intermediate or advanced level.*

There are jobs located all across the country and you don't need to live in a specific area to submit an application.

You can apply online by using the Government of Canada website.

The deadline is December 22, 2020.  

*Editor's note: This article has been updated.

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