Career Resources

Handouts
Resources
Labour Market Information
Ethical Recruitment
Employment with BC Public Service
Intercultural Information



Handouts

Looking for assistance in writing a Resume or Cover Letter? Wondering how to prep for an interview? Look no further! Below is a variety of handouts created especially for students to help them with all the career development needs.

coverletters
resumes
actionwords
Interviews
Job Search
Volunteer
CA Application Tips (Accounting)


Resources

Online Resources: 

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Labour Market Information

BC Wage and Salary Information 
Job Market Trends and News - Job Bank (Government of Canada)
Specialty Job Sites - Job BankC Work Futures
WorkBC


Ethical Recruitment

It is the student's responsibility to:

  • Comply with all relevant federal and provincial legislation.
  • Provide accurate and appropriate information on resumes, application forms and in interviews.

Interviews

  • Prepare for the interview.
  • Notify the employer well in advance if interviews must be rescheduled or cancelled.
  • Acknowledge invitations for site visits or second interviews promptly whether accepted or rejected.
  • Notify employers well in advance if site visits or second interviews must be postponed or cancelled.
  • Accept interview invitations (second and subsequent) only when seriously considering a position with the employer.

Job Offers

  • Discuss offers with employers to verify terms and reach mutually acceptable responses.
  • Respond to every offer whether it is to be accepted or rejected.
  • Notify employers of acceptance or rejection of an offer as soon as a decision is made.
  • Notify the career centre immediately upon confirmation of a job acceptance to withdraw from the recruitment process (applicable to co-op students only).
  • Honour the acceptance of the offer as it is a contractual agreement with the employer.

This information as been brought to you by CACEE: http://www.cacee.com/recruitment.html


Employment with BC Public Service



For more information about working with the BC Public Service check out their YouTube page at http://www.youtube.com/user/BCPublicService


If you are interested in a future career with the BC Public Service, speak to one of their Career Advisor's at 1-888-94-IDEAS or careeradvisors@gov.bc.ca


Cultural Information: For intercultural information from a local point of view, which can useful before travelling or working abroad, please go to

http://www.intercultures.ca/cil-cai/countryinsights-apercuspays-eng.asp


 

 
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