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BC Government Internships Now Available: The 2018-19 Work-Able: Graduate Internship Program for recent post-secondary graduates who self-identify as having a disability

Hello everyone

 

You are receiving this email notification to let you know that the 2018-19 Work-Able: Graduate Internship Program for recent post-secondary graduates who self-identify as having a disability is now posted on the BC Public Service Employment site. Please pass along this exciting opportunity to your networks.

 

PLEASE NOTE: On March 26, 2018, the current Recruitment Management System (RMS) will be replaced with a more modern system. The same Work-Able posting will be posted from:

  • March 1 – March 19, 2018; AND
  • March 26 to April 30, 2018.

 

The only difference is the Requisition # and the link to the posting.

 

Applicants do not need apply to the two different postings. Those of you on this bcc will receive another email with the new Requisition # and link to the posting on March 26, 2018.

 

Information on Work-Able on MyHR:

Work-Able Graduate Internship Program

 

Work-Able Job posting link:

Work-Able Job Posting

 

Timelines for Work-Able:

  • March 5, 2018 – April 30, 2018: One posting for all intern positions
  • May – August 2018: Screening and assessment
  • September 2018 – August 2019: Interns hired for paid twelve month internship

Thank you.

Odette

 

Odette Dantzer, Accessibility and Work-Able Program Lead

Diversity and Inclusion Branch | Talent Management Division

BC Public Service Agency | Suite 100 – 940 Blanshard Street

Victoria BC | V8W 2H2 | Cell: 250-507-9256

AskMyHR: www.gov.bc.ca/myhr/contact

Phone: 250.952.6000 | Toll Free 1.877.277.0772

 

 

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