2. Interview. After we have reviewed your application, we may contact you to arrange an interview. Not all applicants are contacted for an interview. Selection is made primarily based on current demand for billet families, and may also include criteria such as proximity to a particular school or dietary needs. All information provided on the application and during the interview is protected by Canada’s Protection of Personal Information Act. Our policies are available on our website or by written request.
3. Criminal Record Check and References. All our Billet families must obtain a criminal record check for all members of the household over the age of 16. The team will provide the proper forms and cost for the criminal record. Note: if you work for an organization that has obtained a criminal record check on your behalf (such as a school or hospital), a letter from your supervisor to that effect will suffice: as long as it is still current (within the last 2 years). We will also request contact information for two references for your family.
4. Registration. Once we have received all of your documentation, your application is considered complete and your family is registered and ‘active’ in our database. We will include you in our searches when we receive player applications. You may not be contacted immediately. Our Billet Coordinator will do their best to match players with billet families that are most suitable according to their and your individual requests. Please recognize that we use many criteria when making these matches.
Having said that, we are always happy to hear from you and hope that you will update us periodically with your availability and interest in billeting.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call our Director of Operations or our Billet Coordinator:
Mandy Henderson, Business ManagerCell: 604-819-2078Email: email@example.com
Mike Addy, Billet CoordinatorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org