A degree in law from a recognized university and eligibility for membership in the Bar of one of the provinces or territories of Canada or in the Order of Notaries in the Province Quebec.
English or French
A1: Ability to apply the Bureau’s legislation and policies.
A2: Ability to conduct research and investigations.
A3: Ability to manage projects or cases.
A4: Effective written communication.
C1: Analytical thinking
C2: Effective interactive communication (oral)
C3: Teamwork and co-operation
C4: Focus on quality and details
C5: Adaptability and flexibility
C6: Showing initiative
E1: Within the last three (3) years, a minimum of either:
(i) 10 months’ experience working as an articling student or lawyer in a private law firm or in the public sector; OR
(ii) 12 months’ experience as a law clerk to a judge of a federal or provincial court.
E2: Completed at least one articling rotation or clerkship which included a focus on competition law, corporate law or commercial litigation.
Knowledge of the Competition Act and Competition Bureau guidelines.
Reliability Status security clearance
The incumbent may be frequently required to travel, work overtime and work a flexible schedule.
The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve. We promote employment equity and encourage you to indicate if you belong to one of the targeted groups when you apply.
A written examination will be administered.
An interview will be administered.