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Zoom Event Dec 10: How to Apply for Geomatics and GIS jobs with the Government of Canada

Join GoGeomatics as we welcome Dr Andrew Davidson to share his experience getting hired and hiring others within the federal government.

Speaker: Dr Andrew Davidson, A/Associate Director – Research, Development and Technology; AgroClimate, Geomatics and Earth Observation Division

Andrew Davidson, a scientist with the Canadian Government, will talk about his experiences negotiating the minefield that can be the Government hiring process, and the things you need to do when applying for that Government job.

Have you ever applied for a job with the Government of Canada and wondered why you weren’t considered for future selection? Applying for Government jobs is tricky, and rarely, if ever, does a rejected candidate receive feedback on why their application was rejected. However, if you understand how selection processes work, and what hiring managers are looking for in an application, you stand a much better chance of finding success.

Please register using on of our GoGeomatics online Meetup groups or using Eventbrite.  This is a free event but space is limited.

Date & Time:
Thursday, December 10, 2020
8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST

Online with Zoom

We will also explore future competencies and geomatics skills that you should acquire for the those future jobs.

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