Water, Fuels and Environmental Technician (non-commissioned member)
Une région à découvrir
Eastern Townships (English)
315 Rue King Ouest 112
Sherbrooke , J1H 4G9
Exigences et conditions
Water, Fuels and Environmental Technicians often work day or night and must deal with the challenges that come with varying environmental conditions. Water, Fuels and Environmental Technicians maintain their skills while employed at home units or on humanitarian and United Nations operational assignments.
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Avantages sociauxMedical, Dental, and Vision Care
You and your family will receive health and dental coverage throughout your career. If you enrol as a part-time member, you may also benefit from the medical and dental care during specified periods, depending on your duty status.
As a full-time member, you will start with 20 paid vacation days per year. These can normally be scheduled around training and operational requirements. The vacation time will increase throughout your career, to a maximum of 30 days. If you enrol as a part-time member, you will receive one paid vacation day for each 15 consecutive calendar days.
Maternity and Parental Leave
The CAF offers maternity and parental leave benefits to spend time with your newest family member with 93% of your normal salary.
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