Updated for 2017
Working in Canada as an internationally educated professional.In Canada, most biotechnology companies are small or medium sized businesses, and staff often works in more than one role. The companies are cross-sectoral and may be involved in various stages of product development, like research, clinical and regulatory trials, production, and marketing. The BioSkills Recognition Program is one of the programs that help internationally trained professionals bridge any gaps they may have and meet Canadian standards.Our Career Pathways Ebook on Biotechnology will provide information on the following subjects:
- Pre-Arrival First Steps Including links to the Working in Canada tool from the Federal Government.
- Skills Development Including tips on skills upgrading and bridging programs available at universities, colleges and settlement agencies across the country.
- Understanding Canadian Workplaces Featuring tips about volunteering, internships, mentoring, and job shadowing programs that could can help you in your job search and job performance.
- Job Finding Techniques Resources including links to Immigrant Settlement Agencies and tips on resume writing, interview techniques, information interviews and networking.
- Associations Links to National, Provincial and Territorial regulatory bodies and professional immigrant networks.
- Employment An overview of best locations, major employers sector reports and alternative career pathways.