Border services officers: Recruitment
From: Canada Border Services Agency
The Officer Trainee Developmental Program selection process is now closed.
Border services officers (BSO) safeguard Canada's security and prosperity by ensuring the free flow of admissible people and goods, while supporting national security and public safety priorities. They work at 1,100 points of service across the country, including land borders, international airports, marine terminals, rail ports, and postal facilities, to enforce laws and regulations that touch nearly every sector of Canadian society.
Are you ready for a career on the frontline?
Services and information
Find out if you qualify
All you need to know about what it takes to become a border services officer.
Candidate assessment process
These are the next steps if your application is selected from the inventory.
Job description, salary and benefits
Learn about your role as a border services officer and expected remuneration package.
From recruit to officer trainee, your journey begins at the CBSA College.
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