B.C. Public Service Work-Able Internship Program

The Work-Able Internship Program is a twelve month BC Public Service work experience program for recent post-secondary graduates with disabilities. This unique program provides learning, coaching and mentorship throughout the internship and interns will gain valuable skills and public service experience.

B.C. Public Service Work-Able Internship Program Full-Time
Salary: $1,627.65 Bi-weekly
Locations: Victoria, Vancouver
Length: Temporary Position from September 1, 2015 to August 31, 2016

Successful applicants will be offered extensive training, growth, and development opportunities, a competitive salary and a balance between work and life commitments. 

To be considered for this opportunity, students must submit:

  •  Resume Profile
  •  Personal Essay (750 words or less no less than 500)

To be eligible for the Work-Able Internship Program you must:

  • Self-identify as a person with a disability
  • Reside in B.C.
  • Have an under-graduate or graduate degree from a recognized post-secondary institution within 2 years of Internship start date of September 2015.

Successful candidates may be asked for supporting documentation regarding their disability to assist in providing accommodation supports. They will also be required to submit documentation that verifies their post-secondary graduation date and may be required to undergo a criminal record check.

Candidates selected to move forward in the hiring process may be assessed on the education, experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies as listed in each of the attached job profiles.

For more information on the Work-Able Internship Program and to apply click here: https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=24591

For any questions regarding this posting, please contact Odette Dantzer at odette.dantzer@gov.bc.ca

If you experience technical difficulties submitting your resume, please email BCPSA.Hiring.Centre@gov.bc.ca for assistance.

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