recruitment in canada 2018

Get important information about working in Canada
You have many resources you can use to get help with your job search in Canada, including:

immigrant-serving organizations, who offer:
résumé writing workshops
job search training sessions
other services to help you find work
Job Bank, which offers free occupational and career information about working in Canada, such as:
main duties
employment trends
educational requirements
Service Canada, which has important information about searching and applying for jobs
your province’s or territory’s website for newcomers
Search and apply for jobs
Search for jobs
There are many ways to look for jobs, such as:

research companies where you want to work by:
check their website for jobs they post
contact employers directly to ask if they are hiring
go to job fairs in your city or town, where you can meet employers and discuss jobs
browse job search websites and newspapers classified sections to see who is hiring
Job Bank has up to 2,000 new jobs posted every day has job postings for federal public service
use an employment agency that searches for jobs for you
call or visit a Service Canada Centre near you for lists of government employment services and training help
ask family and friends if they know about open jobs
many jobs aren’t advertised
you’ll only learn about some jobs by speaking to people
Other resources:

Job Bank specialty job search resources
Canada’s top 100 employers
the Welcome to Canada guide
Apply for jobs
Once you find a job you’re interested in, you’ll usually need to apply by sending your:

cover letter, which is a short description of what makes you right for the job
résumé, which is:
also known as a “curriculum vitae” or a C.V.
a list of your qualifications and work experience
The resources listed in the section Get important information about working in Canada can help you:

find information on writing a résumé and cover letter
prepare for an interview
After you apply
Based on your résumé and cover letter, the employer will decide whether to invite you for a job interview. A job interview:
gives the employer a chance to:
meet you
ask questions to see if you’re right for the job
helps you to:
learn more about the job
decide if you want to work for that organization
It’s common for people to send many résumés and cover letters to different places before being invited for a job interview.

You will get a formal job offer if the employer wants to hire you.

It is easier to find a job if you have a set network of contacts. Networking can help you search for jobs in Canada’s hidden job market. It’s also a good way to tell many people that you’re looking for work.

Work as a volunteer to build your resume
Volunteering means you perform a service willingly and without pay. Working as a volunteer can help you:

get Canadian work experience
practise your English or French
build your network of contacts
meet Canadians and make friends
find someone who will be a reference for you
show potential employers that you’re willing to work hard
To find out how volunteering in Canada can help you find a job:

search the Internet for “volunteer” and the name of the city
contact an immigrant-serving organization
visit the Volunteer Canada website
Look for bridging programs related to your job
Bridging programs help internationally trained professionals and tradespeople who want to work in their field in Canada. They can help you get a licence or certification and integrate into the Canadian workplace.

Bridging programs offer different services, which include:
education and skills assessments
practical or workplace experience
exam prep for licences or certificates
language training for professions or trades
action and learning plans to help you identify training you may need
Generally, language and job search services are free. However, there may be a fee for some programs. Usually, classroom training or work experience is part of the program.

To find out about programs in your area, contact:

the professional association or regulatory body for your profession
a local immigrant-serving organization
Consider alternative jobs
Knowing more about jobs related to your profession can give you more options for working in Canada.

Consider working in an alternative job. This way you can continue to learn about your profession or industry in Canada while you get your licence to work in a regulated occupation or trade.

Apply to the Federal Internship for Newcomers Program
The Federal Internship for Newcomers (FIN) Program provides eligible permanent residents and new Canadians with valuable temporary Canadian work experience and training.

Start your own business
If you’re thinking of starting your own business in Canada, you’ll need a detailed business plan. To learn more about starting a business in Canada, contact:

an immigrant-serving organization
Invest in Canada
Business Development Bank of Canada
Canada Business: Government Services for Entrepreneurs
Find out about business immigration programs


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