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Public Services and Procurement Canada Is Hiring A Desktop Publisher & It Pays Up To $67K

The educational requirement is only a high school diploma too!
Public Services and Procurement Canada Is Hiring A Desktop Publisher & It Pays Up To $67K

Good with a computer? Well, Public Services and Procurement Canada is looking for a full-time desktop publisher in Ottawa to work for The Canada Gazette and it could be you.

As far as education goes, all you need is to be bilingual and have a high school diploma.

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$59,118 - $67,035 Desktop Publisher Salary

The job is working with The Canada Gazette Directorate in the publishing sphere. Additionally, it starts in the winter of 2021 and applications close next week on January 11.

The duties of the job will include working with other bilingual desktop publishers and editors and creating side-by-side formatted publications.

Requirements also include using software like Adobe InDesign and having experience working in a digital publication environment.

Experience in graphic design, web publishing, and coordinating projects on digital publication is an asset.

You may also be asked to work overtime on evenings, weekends and statutory holidays, per their website.

The job pays anywhere between $59,118 to $67,035 a year.

People living in Canada or Canadian citizens living outside of the country can apply. You can apply on their website

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