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The Coast Guard is looking to hire post-secondary students for a summer job

Thursday, December 14, 2017
In 2018, eight Inuit post-secondary students will have the opportunity to provide paid search and rescue services and useful skills through training and practice in the Arctic.

​All training and travel for these positions will be covered by the Coast Guard. Training will begin in the end of April 2018, and the search and rescue services, from mid-June to early-September 2018. The salary is between $24 to 38$ by hour, based on factors such as the location of the work. Hired students will be working on a rotation schedule, working for 14 day and then having the following 14 days off.

Who can apply
The positions are open to Inuit who are currently conducting post-secondary studies or who will be enrolling in a post-secondary establishment in the semester of fall 2018. Students will also be able to continue in the summer position two years after graduating their studies.

What is the deadline
Applicants have until January 12th, 2018, to apply for this opportunity. 


How to apply
There are three options to apply for the position:


At the hamlet office in northern communities

Or by contacting:

  Canadian Coast Guard

  Arctic Search and Rescue Program

  520 Exmouth St. Sarnia, ON N7T 8B1

  Phone: 438-993-4622