The Government of Quebec currently has a list of available jobs in Quebec reserved for immigrants of visible or ethnic minorities, as part of its "employment integration measure for newcomers who are members of visible and ethnic minorities."\nSuch employment offers are meant to help immigrants "gain their first work experience in Quebec in their field of expertise."\nThese are one-year positions, which the government says can then lead to "the opportunity to participate in a qualification process for the job class of the job held through the measure, which could lead to regular or casual employment in the public service."\nEditor's Choice: A Quebecer Got A $1,609 Speeding Ticket After Going 87 km/h Over The Speed Limit Yesterday\nVous êtes une personne immigrante à la recherche d’un emploi?Jusqu’au 23 novembre, la mesure d’intégration en emploi pour les nouveaux(-elles) arrivant(e)s vous offre une porte d’entrée vers les carrières de la fonction publique. Consultez les offres : https://t.co/ElIj71tQRm pic.twitter.com/ygRweBrnzz— Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor (@TresorQc) November 9, 2020\n\n\nTo be able to apply for one of these career opportunities, one must:\n\nbe a member of a visible or ethnic minority;\nhave obtained permanent resident status less than 5 years ago;\nhave less than 1 year of Canadian work experience in a job that matches your qualifications;\nmeet the admission requirements for the job offered;\nhave a knowledge of French appropriate to the duties.\n\nFor more detailed information, you can visit the government's "determining your eligibility" webpage.\nIf you meet these criteria, go ahead and check out the government's list of job offers that are currently available for you at the moment.\nApplications must be submitted by November 23 at 11:59 p.m.