You can use this utility to search for a Psychology Jobs in Canada. If you are an employer, you may also post a job through “Post a Job” below.
If you have an interest in becoming a Psychologist in Canada, please check out our “How to Become a Psychologist” section of articles to research what you need to do in order to work in the field of Psychology in Canada. It may also be useful to research into how to become a Psychologist in your specific province as stipulations vary Province by Province.
Job Application Resources for Psychology Jobs in Canada
If you have just graduated or are interested in preparing for an early interview we have compiled some resources here for you to use.
According to onlinepsychologydegree.org, some common Psychology Job Interview questions may include:
- What made you want to pursue a career in psychology?
- What are your strengths and weaknesses in the field of (school psychology, forensic psychology, industrial organizational psychology, etc)?
- What theoretical orientation do you support?
- Describe your internship experience. What did you learn?
- What resources do you use to keep up with new developments in your specialty?
- Are you a member of any professional psychological organizations? Which ones, and why?
- What are your goals and future plans as a psychologist?
- What are your research interests?
- What do you look for in supervision?
These questions are very open-ended, but can cover allot of ground in terms of your experience this far into your Psychology career. Keep in mind that you will most likely be asked more specific questions depending on where you are applying and what Psychology discipline you are applying into.
Think about researching as much as you can into where you are applying as they are looking for a perfect fit, so they would like to know you know just as much about them as they want to know about you.
If you would like to briefly research more into the different fields of Psychology, then please visit our Branches of Psychology page.