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Aboriginal Student Employment Program (ASEP)

Posted by GHO Admin on December 5, 2016 in Events

Recruitment Period: Ends January 24, 2017
Closing Date: June 30, 2017
Number of Jobs: Approximtely 25

The Aboriginal Summer Student Program provides post-secondary Aboriginal students an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and develop important job skills through work placements.

It also offers the participants the opportunity to learn about Aboriginal cultures and issues through regular cultural activities. It is an excellent opportunity for students to network, grow and learn more about themselves, their community and contribute to the Public Service.

WHAT YOU WILL DO: Students hired under this program will work in collaboration with employees within a department or agency to support their programs and activities in one or more of the following fields:

  • Communications: Media monitoring, coordination of input for various reports and calendars, initial communications assessments, drafting of communications products as needed under the guidance of a senior communications advisor, assisting communications advisors on files and projects as needed, coordination of approvals for documents.
  • Junior Analyst: Business analysis, mapping business processes, documenting business requirements, cataloguing data, completing options analyses, tracking and managing risks, and developing risk mitigation strategies. You will be involved in project oversight and tracking, documenting business objectives and lessons learned, analyzing and assessing impacts, and problem solving. You may also be asked to prepare analyses, memoranda, reports and recommendations for senior officials.
  • Project Officer: Provide program/project/administrative support, provide secretariat support to working groups.
  • Data Analyst: Data entry, collection and analysis, performance management and other workforce related information; Providing a summary of information for management; Assisting in the coordination of training sessions, HR projects, and other events; and, administrative support as required.

For further information on the department, please visit Health Canada

Open to members of the following Employment Equity group: Aboriginal persons

For questions related to this program, please contact: