Resumés are reviewed when positions become available, based on the requirements of the job. Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted to set up a suitable time to meet.
General applications are reviewed and kept on file in the event that a position matching your skills and abilities becomes available.
The Legislative Assembly Office generally conducts panel interviews consisting of two or three members that may include a Human Resource Services representative, the hiring manager or supervisor and/or colleagues. You will be asked questions regarding your experience and education as well as your skills and abilities to determine how these might fit the requirements of the position. A second interview may be required.
Please bring in your education credentials, including any original certificates, diplomas and degrees listed in your resumé. You may also choose to bring a portfolio with samples of your work.
Candidates under further consideration will be asked to undergo pre-employment checks. References will be reviewed and academic credentials will be verified. In addition, final candidates being considered for certain designated positions may be asked to undergo a security screening.