RECENT OR POTENTIAL GRADS: Student Bridging Inventory, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

  • Location: Various Locations
  • Deadline: February 1, 2025

Student Bridging Inventory

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada


Student Bridging Inventory (SBI) for Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

student bridging inventory (SBI) – Definition: a repository of resumés of students or recent grads who are eligible to be appointed to a position within the federal public service.

Are you eligible?

  • Are you currently or have you previously worked as a student for the federal, provincial or municipal government?
  • Did you complete your program of study? If not, will you be completing it within the next 6 months?
  • Are you a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident?
  • Are you available to work full-time?

Apply today if you answered ‘yes’ to all of the above questions!

  • Are you already an indeterminate employee with the Government of Canada?

If you answered ‘yes’, we’re sorry you are not eligible for the SBI.

What do you need to provide in this application?

  • Resume/CV
  • Student letter of offer
  • Diploma, if graduated. Otherwise your unofficial transcript.
  • SLE Results (if you have completed your SLE Tests)
  • Security clearance (if you already have one)

Should your application be successful, your name will be placed into a repository that can be accessed by hiring managers looking to fill a variety of positions across Canada.

Preference may go to those belonging to an employment equity group.

Why work for IRCC?

  • Diversity and Inclusion – We provide accommodations to those who need it. There are many Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion networks (Pride@IRCC, Black Employee Network, Indigenous People’s Circle) to support you being you. Create one, if none of them identify with you!
  • Health and Wellness – We have excellent health benefits, wellness info sessions and social activities.
  • Mobility – Opportunities to work in different teams across Canada or internationally, matching your interest.
  • Culture – We foster an environment where you can be yourself, so that you can focus on producing meaningful and/or innovative work.
  • Passion and Impact – Work that changes peoples’ lives and builds a stronger Canada.
  • Learning Opportunities – We provide training sessions, networking events, and assignment opportunities.
  • Collaboration – Work is never boring when you get to work with other teams within IRCC or other external organizations.