Christine Landry began her career in the public service in the year 2000 as a Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP) student in staffing operations at the Immigration and Refugee Board, where she was later hired as a staffing assistant after graduating from the University of Ottawa. Over the next 22 years, she worked mostly in staffing and recruitment for several departments, including the Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC), National Defence (DND), Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS), Correctional Service Canada (CSC), and RCMP. Her time with DND offered her the opportunity to become an HR generalist, learning all disciplines of HR. After several years as an advisor and generalist, Christine became an HR team leader and subsequently became a manager of staffing operations with the RCMP. In 2022, she returned to the PSC in a completely new role in the Investigations Directorate as a legal quality assurance advisor.
Christine's time with DND also afforded her the opportunity to create course content and facilitate courses at DND's Learning and Career Centre. This is when Christine discovered her passion for teaching. Christine joined our team at the Canada School of Public Service to continue her facilitation and teaching journey, something she is extremely passionate and excited about. This position merges both of Christine's passions, HR and teaching, and she tells us that she couldn't ask for a better opportunity!
- Bachelor of Commerce, Specialization in HR Management, University of Ottawa