Resources for Finding a Job

Federal Job Bank

http://www.jobbank.gc.ca

Job Bank is Canada’s one-stop job listing web site. Job Bank is an easy to use, free job listing and recruitment service that has benefits employers, businesses and job seekers alike.

Service BC

http://www.servicebc.gov.bc.ca/life_events/job/index.html

If you are planning to make the transition from school to work, from one career to another or from unemployment to employment, this is where you’ll find links to helpful resources from the provincial and federal governments and related organizations.

JobOptionsBC

http://www.myjoboptionsbc.ca

This 10-week paid employment program is funded by the Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation and is located in Sidney. The program offers 5 weeks of paid classroom activities and 5 weeks of support with job placement. JobOptionsBC provides employability skills and life skills training presented through individual and group exercises and workshops. It is open to individuals who:

  • are legally entitled to work in Canada;
  • reside in Sidney, Saanich Peninsula or the Southern Gulf Islands;
  • are unemployed;
  • are 18 years of age or older;
  • are not in school full time; and
  • are not on EI benefits and haven’t had an EI claim within the last 3 years (or 5 years if on parental/maternity leave)

Phone: 250-656-0134 or 250-595-6626 or toll free at 1-888-993-2299 for more information. o  

Beacon Community Services

http://www.beaconcs.ca

Home Support is one of the fastest growing sectors in Canadian health care. Over the next several years, as the Baby Boom generation begins to retire, the need for adequate home support will continue to mushroom. This evolution in our society promises a bright employment picture for the home support sector. These changes are beginning now. Our clients’ #1 concern is this: when they call us for service, will we be there to provide it for them, when and how they need it? We need qualified and reliable Community Health Workers, who are caring, patient and supportive to meet these needs today and in the future.

http://www.beaconcs.ca/pdfs/jobpostings/chw_beacon_description_handout.pdf

Career Assistance and Resources for Employment

http://www.careonline.ca/ssgindex.html

CARE Saanich, Sidney and Gulf Islands provide, at no cost to you, innovative, client-focused career solutions and essential tools to guide you back to employment. With onsite and online workshops, self-help resources, and career/employment counselling the CARE Team offers leading-edge, high quality employment services to all unemployed Canadians.

To find out about local employment services visit our local employment services page. Not sure which services would be best for you? Come on in to our office and meet with an Employment Counsellor and get help with your next steps. Freely accessible 24/7, maximize your efforts by tapping into the services and resources in the CARE Online Village.

Workopolis

http://www.workopolis.com/EN/job-search/britishcolumbia-jobs?s_kwcid=TC|7918|BC%20job%20bank||S|e|8211313509&l=british-columbia&lg=en&gclid=CPjAj6-a0KwCFQRYhwods17Tqg

“Our commitment is to provide our employees with a professional, respectful, fun and inspiring environment in which to expand their career potential.  We are also committed to transforming the recruitment industry by launching innovative new ways for employers and candidates to find and get to know each other better online. Working for us means not just selling a product or building a website, you’ll be helping Canadians accomplish their career goals so they feel even better about themselves and provide a better quality of life to their family. Every connection we help make means that someone is one step closer to landing their first job, a new job, or a better job.”

Monster

http://jobsearch.monster.ca/search/?where=British-Columbia&rad=32&rad_units=km

“Our mission at Monster.ca, Canada’s leading career management portal, is to help you make the most of your working life. Whether that means finding the best job, making the smart career move or hiring the right person, we have the best tools and resources available anywhere. “

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