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Talent Acquisiton Specialist in Human Resources Office

Getting Hired


To apply, visit our Current Openings page, and select your desired position. Applications are assessed based on the information submitted and the answers provided to job-related questions. It is important that you provide full details of your education, work experience and credentials. This information assists us in determining the candidates best qualified for the position. The more complete your submission, the easier it will be to assess your skills, abilities and qualifications.

A wide range of resources are available - many online - to assist you in preparing your resume and interviewing for a career opportunity. There's helpful information to be gained whether you are new to the employment market or ready to move ahead in your career.


Application Review

Applications submitted are reviewed by a Human Resources representative and hiring manager. Based on predetermined criteria, applications are assessed and interview candidates identified. We appreciate all applications; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Candidate Interviews

Depending on the position, candidates may have a number of interviews with the Human Resources representative, hiring manager and other City of London representatives. Interviews may include various testing, presentations, behavioural based and/or situational questions.

Candidates invited to an interview are required to provide a Police Criminal Record Check and may be asked to bring other documents such as the following:


  • Copy of educational transcripts (Note: It may be necessary to have an assessment of professional and academic training you've received in another country.)
  • Proof of professional certification/licences specified in the job posting
  • Letters of reference - work-related and/or personal


For information on how to apply for a Police Criminal Record Check (PCRC), visit the City of London Police Services website. The PCRC is a hiring requirement and undertaken at the candidate's own expense.


Receiving and Accepting the City's Offer

If you are selected as the most qualified candidate, you'll be contacted by Human Resources with an offer of employment.


Once Hired

We want to ensure our employees reach their potential for personal and professional fulfillment in their public service career at the City of London!

Our orientation program will help you become familiar with your new workplace including the overall operations of the organization and its various policies and procedures. Helping you settle in starts from the first day's introduction to the division you've joined. You, along with other new employees, also participate in a comprehensive corporate orientation program.

The City of London is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities.  If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. Accommodation may be provided in all parts of the hiring process.

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