Our people at work
Meet our employees as they share their work and the innovative, client-focused solutions they put in place to support clients and Canadians.
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- Trever Skinner, Crane Operator, Esquimalt Graving Dock
- Mélanie Provost, Coordinator of the Centre for GCworkplace Innovation
- Senior bridge engineer—Ranya El Sadawy
- Sustainable Energy Engineer—Michael Burke
- Airforce Acquisition Specialist—Marie-Hélène Roberge
- Parliamentary interpreter—Carly Johnson
Trever Skinner, Crane Operator, Esquimalt Graving Dock
Trever Skinner has always been fascinated by machinery. At only 26 years old, Trever joined the team at the Esquimalt Graving Dock, making him Public Services and Procurement Canada’s youngest crane operator. While he is eager to offer the best client service, the safety of those working with and in proximity to the cranes remains his top priority.
Mélanie Provost, Coordinator of the Centre for GCworkplace Innovation
Diagnosed at a young age with cerebral palsy, Mélanie Provost was told that she wouldn’t be able to walk, talk or even go to school. Today, Mélanie is responsible for overseeing and coordinating activities of the Centre for GCworkplace Innovation.
Senior bridge engineer—Ranya El Sadawy
Ranya El Sadawy is a senior bridge engineer with Public Services and Procurement Canada. Watch the video to learn more about her job and what inspired her to become an engineer.
Sustainable Energy Engineer—Michael Burke
The Government of Canada is taking important steps towards reducing its carbon footprint. Senior Sustainable Energy Engineer, Michael Burke, is leading a biomass fuel pilot project in the National Capital Region that could significantly reduce region’s environmental impact.
Airforce Acquisition Specialist—Marie-Hélène Roberge
Buying specialized aircrafts to protect and serve our country is no simple task. Enjoy this clip with Marie-Hélène Roberge our Airforce Acquisition Specialist as she tells us about her job. Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) procures goods and services on behalf of departments and agencies at the best value for Canadians.
Parliamentary Interpreter—Carly Johnson
Learn more about parliamentary interpretation and view Carly Johnson’s video. Carly is a parliamentary interpreter whose job it is to simultaneously translate the daily proceedings on Parliament Hill, from parliamentary debates to prime ministerial speeches.
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