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Federal Government Jobs Showcase & Roundtable Discussion

GoGeomatics celebrated Geography Awareness Week and GIS day 2022 by hosting a series of talks and webinars.

We could not have celebrated Geography week any other way!

Canadian Geospatial Workforce Roundtable Discussion: How have work and life changed in a post-COVID world?

We invited geomatics professionals from across Canada to gather and discuss their experiences in a post-lockdown environment. It was truly interesting to hear different perspectives and opinions on this topic. Although the roundtable speakers came from different backgrounds and levels of experiences, we all came to an agreement that the workforce has changed in the geospatial sector, post-pandemic.

GoGeomatics Canada Federal Government Geospatial Jobs Showcase 

After the roundtable discussion, we’ve had presentations of Canada’s most prestigious and exciting geospatial workplaces in the Federal Government of Canada.

Presentations from the Federal Department discussed opportunities for full-time placement, co-ops, and contract opportunities and how to access them.

It was a pleasure to have the departments join us:

  • Statistics Canada
  • Department of National Defence
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Canadian Space Agency

Geospatial Job Seekers Webinar

On this half-day online career seminar, we focused on insights and tools on job hunting in order to succeed in the Canadian and international geospatial job market. The seminar particularly focused on those seeking work in GIS, cartography, remote sensing, programming, and other related geospatial fields.

If you did not get a chance to sign up for our job seekers webinar, please fill up this form or email us info@gogeomatics.ca to stay informed of the upcoming webinar in the new year.

We will be back next year, to celebrate another year of Geography. Thank you to everyone that celebrated this year with us.

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