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Jobs at our offices in the United Kingdom

In the interests of fair and open competition, we do not maintain a database of potential candidates. Therefore, we do not accept applications on a speculative basis or hold CVs on file to be considered for future vacancies.

Our job opportunities are only open to individuals currently resident in the United Kingdom.

Job opportunities

Job opportunities are listed below, when available.

FPDS Officer (Senior Communication Officer)
Posting date: February 24, 2022
Closing date: March 2, 2022
Location: High Commission of Canada in London

Readiness Program Officer
Posting date: February 21, 2022
Closing date: March 6, 2022
Location: High Commission of Canada in London

Senior Operations Liaison Assistant, CBSA
Posting date: February 15, 2022
Closing date: February 28, 2022
Location: High Commission of Canada in London

Specialised technician (Plumber)
Posting date: February 11, 2022
Closing date: March 31, 2022
Location: High Commission of Canada in London

Program Support, IMC
Posting date: February 9, 2022
Closing date: February 28, 2022
Location: High Commission of Canada in London

Medical Program Clerk (LE-A1)
Posting date: August 24, 2021
Closing date: Until further notice
Location: Canada House, Trafalgar Square in London


There is no on-going recruitment at the moment.

Contractual opportunities at the High Commission

On occassion, contractual opportunities will arise at the High Commission and Requests for Proposals will be advertised. The contracting process will follow the Government of Canada rules, regulations and terms and conditions.

Work experience

The Canadian High Commission is unable to offer work experience to students at this time.

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