You can join supportive teams and professional networks
You can become an active member of professional networks, functional communities and councils based on the job you do and your professional interests. These all give you an opportunity to find support from mentors, coaches and colleagues who share your goals and interests.
Employees who share common work purposes, functions and professional interests belong to what is known as a functional community. They use these communities and professional networks to share and cooperate in areas such as:
Your ideas matter
Canada's public service faces new challenges every day in a complex environment of a globalized economic landscape, fast-paced communications and information technologies and new emerging horizontal issues. The public service needs employees' ideas, dynamism and experience to remain relevant and effective in the 21st century.
A culture of social responsibility
Be part of a culture of social responsibility and join a large number of public servants who volunteer in their community or participate in initiatives such as the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign.
Join the future leaders of the Public Service of Canada
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|There are more than a dozen functional communities and networks across the public service, where members can share personal and professional aspirations, get information and exchange ideas.||
Paul, who led the development of Canada's Doppler radar network—a tool that forecasts tornadoes, thunderstorms and other severe weather conditions, is one of the world's foremost experts in radar meteorology.
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