NEADS and AQEIPS Community Engagement Events on Career Opportunities in the Canada Border Services Agency

Are you interested in an exciting and dynamic career in border security? Then join the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) on June 2, 2021 (French Session), or June 4, 2021 (English Session), from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. to hear more about uniformed/non-uniformed positions and the organization! These events will be co-hosted by the National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS) and the Quebec Association for Equity and Inclusion in Post-Secondary Education (AQEIPS)
The CBSA values inclusiveness and is committed to recruiting a diverse workforce that reflects our country’s population. The CBSA fosters career development, and there are a number of directions you can take your career, depending on your skillset and interests. The CBSA’s builds the foundation of each employee’s career by ensuring people have the right qualifications and are provided with the knowledge and training to excel in their position.
In the end, the CBSA is committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, starting with the hiring process. Join the CBSA, where the possibilities are endless!

Inscrivez-vous en ligne pour la séance en français du 2 juin de midi à 13 h HNE :

Register online for the English session on June 4 from noon to 1:00 p.m. EST

Yehia Abdel-Latiff  

Yehia Abdel-Latiff is currently the Acting Team Lead for the Recruitment and Partnerships team at the CBSA. Yehia possesses more than 10 years experience in Staffing where he’s worked in numerous organizations and has joined the Public Service in January 2017. Yehia joined the CBSA in September 2020 as an HR Advisor and his team primarily focuses on promoting Non-Uniformed positions.  

Yehia Abdel-Latiff est présentement le chef d’équipe par intérim de l’équipe du recrutement et des partenariats à l’ASFC. Yehia possède plus de 10 ans d’expérience en dotation où il a travaillé dans de nombreuses organisations et s’est joint à la fonction publique en janvier 2017. Yehia s’est joint à l’ASFC en septembre 2020 en tant que conseiller en ressources humaines et son équipe se concentre principalement sur la promotion des postes sans uniforme.  

Nicole Piché

Nicole Piché has been with Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for over 20 years. She has worked as a front-line Border Service Officer and as a Superintendent at the Port of Cornwall, Ontario. She was also part of the CDU team – Contraband Detection Team and the Enforcement committee. Some of her other assignments include: a Facilitator at CBSA College in Rigaud Quebec; Indigenous Community Court Liaison Officer; Superintendent at the Ottawa Airport and Ship Clearances in Nunavut. She was also member of the Assessment team and Interview team, and as of January 2021 a member of the Recruiting team.    

Nicole Piché travaille pour l’Agence des services frontaliers du Canada (ASFC) depuis plus de 20 ans. Elle a aussi travaillé comme agente des services frontaliers de première ligne et comme surintendante au port de Cornwall, en Ontario. Elle a également fait partie d’une équipe spécialisée – Équipe de détection de la contrebande et le Comité des sanctions. Certaines de ses affectations comprennent : facilitatrice au Collège de l’ASFC à Rigaud, Québec ; Agente de liaison autochtone, communautaire et judiciaire de Cornwall ; Surintendante à l’aéroport d’Ottawa et dédouanement de navire au Nunavut. Elle a également été membre de l’équipe d’évaluation et l’équipe d’entrevue et epuis janvier 2021 membre de l’équipe de recrutement.