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Overview

Talented people come to Xerox Canada to create tomorrow's technology, marketing strategies and sales solutions. They also come to build their careers. We offer the opportunity to learn, gain insight, and meet one challenge after another.

Explore the groups below for more information on the paths you can take at Xerox Canada.

  • Administrative Center
  • Authorized Agent Sales Representative
  • Finance/Analyst
  • Managed Services
  • Marketing
  • North American Inside Sales Representative
  • North American Welcome Center Operations
  • Sales Consultant
  • Scientists/Engineers
  • Xerox Global Services (XGS)

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Sales at Xerox

As you might expect from one of the top sales organization in the world, each one of our sales professionals is given our World Class training to ensure success in the role.

To view a career path in sales at Xerox, click here.

Seasoned Pro

If you have a completed undergraduate degree and at least 2 years of business to business selling experience take a look at the link below for information on exciting career opportunities.

Xerox's success starts with you. And here is where you start with Xerox. For current job postings in Sales, click on the link below.

Career Opportunities in Canada

For New Graduates

Building your career is one of the most important things you can do. Whether it is an internship, co-op placement or your first job after graduation, Xerox has openings that will help you develop your resume and skill set. We can also help you obtain the career you’ve always imagined.

You can also search our job database and apply now or contact your campus career services for opportunities specific to your program!

Check out our upcoming campus events and find out about these opportunities in person

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Career Edge

Career Edge Organization's paid internships

If you want to use your strong academic credentials to help launch your career, Xerox works with Career Edge Organization, a national not-for-profit, to provide meaningful work experiences to recent graduates and graduates with self-declared disabilities through the Career Edge and Ability Edge paid internship programs. Interns gain valuable work experience by gaining on-the-job coaching and mentoring in a supportive and professional environment. Register with Career Edge Organization at www.careeredge.ca and find out about the paid internship opportunities available with Xerox Canada.

Learning and Development

Xerox understands the needs of students and new grads for training and development present and future. At Xerox, all new hires receive hands-on training that will prepare you succeed.

Some areas in Xerox start out with classroom training before you start in your new role. Check out Sales Careers and learn about our renowned sales training program.

Learning at Xerox is on-going. You will get Instructor led training, eLearning, self-paced, and/or 3rd party. In fact, you are always learning. Xerox also offers reimbursement on training and education not offered directly through Xerox.

Continued Investment in your Learning

We offer on-going learning opportunities that are instructor-led, web-based, self-paced or conducted by third parties. A lot of companies talk the development talk, but at Xerox, each of our roles has documented career path. So whether you are a recent grad or seasoned pro, there are lots of places you can go!

Benefits

You can expect a high energy and fast pace work environment but everybody needs a little "me” time. Whether it’s vacation time, parental leave, a sabbatical, an energizing workout at the gym or time to volunteer, we understand that wellness is a personal thing.

As part of the Xerox Total Value Program, Xerox offers unique options to help manage the balance between your work and your personal life:

  • Flexible Benefits Plans
  • Wellness program
  • Fitness Subsidy
  • Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programs for you and your family
  • Sabbatical Programs
  • Maternity subsidy
  • Day of Sharing

Inclusiveness

An inclusive workplace goes beyond gender and ethnicity, we also look at it in terms of generations, sexual orientation, family status, physical or mental abilities, learning styles, thinking styles, etc.

Often when people think about diversity and inclusion they think it’s about quotas, but to Xerox it goes beyond the numbers. It’s about how we leverage the talents, innovation, and creativity of our workforce.

Tips and Application Process

The job search process can be intimidating and complicated as a recent grad. Be sure to present your skills and experience as best as possible to ensure that you stand out. Check out Xerox’s tips and application process to help you understand how to get an interview and ace it!

Quick Tips

The Resume:

  1. Provide contact information (i.e. first name, last name, email, phone number).
  2. State your objective.
  3. Read the job description and qualifications for the job and match them to your strengths.
  4. Check and double check: grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  5. Be clear and concise.

The Interview:

  1. Prepare! Learn about the organization.
  2. Think of some questions you would like to ask at the interview.
  3. Practice answering common interview questions.

Behavioural Interviews

The best predictor of future behaviour is past behaviour. At Xerox, we use behavioural interviews so candidates can demonstrate how their past experience relates to the position they are applying to.

It’s important in this type of interview to provide as much detail as possible. To showcase your skills and back-up your claims use the “STAR” format when answering behavioural questions:

S – Situation – name the situation you have faced or are facing in the example
T – Task – the task that you had to complete as part of the situation
A – Action – the actions that you took to accomplish your goals
R – Results – the results of your actions

In order to stand out in a behavioural interview prepare several answers in STAR format before-hand. This way you will be able to tell a story and convey a strong message at the same time.