Employment Services

Employment is not only necessary for income, but also for a sense of self-worth. The types of jobs available and the skills needed to fill them are constantly changing. WorkBC Employment Services Centres help people in getting - and keeping - a job as quickly as possible. All unemployed British Columbians who are eligible to work can access services. 

Each WorkBC Centre across British Columbia will ensure that everyone – including immigrants, youth, Aboriginal Peoples, Francophones, persons with disabilities and people living in rural and remote areas – has access to the same supports and services, no matter where they live in the province.

For more information click on the tabs below, or click on the following link for Provincial WorkBC information: www.workbc.ca

 

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Self Service resources Self - serve access to our job board, computers, internet, fax machine, photocopier, printer, telephone and basic job search assistance.

Self Service resources

Self - serve access to our job board, computers, internet, fax machine, photocopier, printer, telephone and basic job search assistance.

case management support Work one-to-one with one of our case managers to put together an action plan, and work towards achieving your employment goals.

case management support

Work one-to-one with one of our case managers to put together an action plan, and work towards achieving your employment goals.

Workshops Assistance with skill building, job search strategies, and developing the tools to help secure and maintain employment.

Workshops

Assistance with skill building, job search strategies, and developing the tools to help secure and maintain employment.