Mrs Janice Charette - Deputy Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada

 

 

Mrs Janice Charette

Deputy Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada


 

Janice Charette was appointed Deputy Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Canada on July 1, 2006.


Prior to that appointment, Ms. Charette had been the Deputy Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada since December of 2004. From 2003 to 2004, she was Associate Deputy Minister of Health. She was also the Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet, Plans and Consultation, Privy Council Office (PCO).


From 2000-2002, Ms. Charette was Assistant Secretary to Cabinet (Priorities and Planning) at the PCO, and from 1999-2000 she was the Senior Assistant Deputy Minister for the Policy Sector at the Department of Justice.


From 1996 to 1999, Ms. Charette held a series of positions in the private sector, including Principal in the management consulting firm of Ernst & Young and Director of the Transition Team for the start-up of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. From 1993 to 1996, she held positions with the PCO and the Prime Minister's Office, including Executive Director of the team that coordinated the federal government's program review exercise. Prior to 1993, Ms. Charette held policy advisor positions with the Department of Finance, the Office of Privatization and Regulatory Affairs, and the Federal-Provincial Relations Office.

 

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