A career at the CHU de Québec-Université Laval Research Centre means:
- Being part of a growing organization that offers stimulating jobs and work projects as well as opportunities for advancement.
- A motivating work environment where new ideas, knowledge sharing and setting new targets for oneself are valued.
- Favorable working conditions:
- Competitive salary
- Group insurance plan
- Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (RREGOP)
- CHU privileges
- A work/life balance:
- Work-time arrangements (flexible hours/scheduling options)
- Different types of leave offered (maternity leave, family-related responsibility leave, marriage, phased retirement, etc.)
- Employee Assistance Program
- Access to a Human Resources Department which offers guidance and advice to help you reach your personal and professional potential and ensure your well-being at work; applies to * foreign workers as well.
- Equal access to employment and pay equity
- Competent and dynamic colleagues
Every year, the CHU de Québec-Université Laval Research Centre welcomes many foreign students as well as foreign workers, such as research professionals, researchers, etc.
In order to ensure quality service and welcome, the CHU de Québec-Université Laval Research Centre Human Resources team has formed a partnership with Québec International by joining the « Talent Recruiters » program (“Recruteurs de talents”). This program provides the CHU de Québec-Université Laval Research Centre’s HR team with regular training on immigration rules and information on welcome programs for skilled workers, and raises their awareness of the numerous restrictions in this area and the risks to the employer in the event of non-compliance with regulations.
This program provides support for our researchers throughout the steps to welcome foreign workers. We also work closely with a law firm specializing in immigration and therefore use their services each time we want to hire a foreign worker. This way, we make sure that we follow the right procedures and thus save valuable time to ensure good arrival conditions for this worker.
Here is a comprehensive site that will answer all questions about moving to and living, studying and working in Quebec. This site also provides access to advice from immigration lawyers through the « Advice » page: http://www.quebecentete.com/en/