Western Community College is a privately held provider of post-secondary education in BC, offering 27 competency-based career training programs, and 17 short term programs, in field of Business, Accounting, Healthcare, Hospitality & Tourism, Education, Paralegal Studies, IT, and English Language programs using the industry-based market-driven curriculum.
Learn more at https://westerncommunitycollege.ca/
ProSafe First Aid Training School has been providing first aid training since 1999. Our main campus is located in Surrey, BC and most recently, we have opened a third campus in Richmond to serve you better. While ProSafe is known for delivering First Aid training courses, we also offer classes in health and safety, mobile equipment operation, workplace safety, and customer service. In addition to training services, we also supply first aid supplies and equipment. Our professional and experienced instructors at ProSafe take pride in delivering the highest quality of training and offering flexible program scheduling in multiple languages!
If you are a professional instructor looking for a full-time career, or a recent graduate of one of our advanced classes who wants to get a foot in the door, talk to us if you are interested in learning more about having a career at ProSafe. We continue to look for new instructors to join our team who are talented and passionate in teaching and sharing. Not only we offer a flexible schedule and competitive compensation, but also we help you build a fulfilling career that fits your life goals.
Foreign Credential Recognition Loan Program (FCR) is for Internationally Trained Professionals in Health, Technology, Education, Accounting, Law, and Other sectors.
Foreign Credential Recognition is a process to verify that the education and work experience, obtained in another country, is equivalent to the standards established by the Canadian workforce. The time it takes to get the foreign credentials recognized may vary from profession to profession.
If you are an Internationally Trained Professional and would like to get back to your own profession or an alternative related field then the FCR program can help you to complete your credentialing in collaboration with our partners and can get employed in your professional field or alternate related career field.
SIYSCorps program brings together a diverse group of motivated youth to become active community ambassadors.
We provide you with a volunteer placement of your choice so that you can gain valuable experience, identify your educational needs, build a resume, create community connections, and develop your dream career. You will also have the opportunity to create your very own, completely funded, community project!!
So come join us, bring your passion to make a positive impact.
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The Surrey Intercultural Seniors Social Inclusion Partnership (SISSIP) Network Project is a
Collective Impact initiative funded by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors
The program, it aims to address barriers to social inclusion and engagement for seniors 55+ to make
Surrey a more interculturally inclusive and engaged community.
The project will assist:
Seniors with disabilities
Seniors with Addictions and Homelessness
The current initiatives under this project are:
The Seniors’ Centre Without Walls
The program offers brief 30-40-minute interactive telephone conference sessions where you can
laugh and socialize, learn new skills, and create new connections.
This sub-project includes collaboration with partners and engages with seniors and youth,
including all levels of government, community-based organizations, the faith-based community,
institutions and the Surrey business communities.
This program dedicated to improving people’s well-being through Life Coaching and
Storytelling. Participants will engage in goal-setting and personal growth exercises with a
certified Life Coach.
The Tech Savvy Seniors
The Tech Savvy Seniors sub-project is a PICS lead initiative focused on senior engagement
through technology. As these times have further socially isolated seniors in their respective
homes, it is crucial that they remain connected with their loved ones through technology.
The focus of Tech Savvy Seniors is to ensure seniors receive accessible technology training that
is inclusive and simplified for their understanding.
The Seniors Hub is a one-stop-shop location that offers seniors multiple services. These
include accessing secure living conditions, financial benefits, food security, medical care, legal aid, counseling, and other services.
Promoting Inclusion for Indigenous Elders from all Nations. The initiative intends to build up individual Indigenous Elders’ self-esteem, confidence and pride in their Indigenous culture through access to cultural opportunities such as star blanket-making, nature walks, drum-making, traditional food preparation, gardening based on
Indigenous foods, participating at the annual Elders Gathering, and regional powwows/cultural
To register for any of these programs please contact:
Telephone: 604-596-7722 Ext. 305
ACE Trades and Technical Institute (ATTI) was founded upon the realization that there is a lack of educational resources for students in trades. ATTI recognizes that individuals aspiring to work in various trades who need guidance and support, in order to achieve in-demand skills and certification. ATTI believes in caring for its students by providing additional interactive support, that will help them to succeed in the trade’s exams. We strive to help students successfully challenge the exams.
Is to provide our students with the necessary guidance, training and support for a variety of challenging exams in order to ensure that they achieve their certification goals and acquire the in-demand skills that are vitally important for the next step in their careers.
To create a world-class training for trades personnel in Canada & abroad.
SIYEP is a program for youth between the ages of 15-20. They are paid for 20 weeks to learn through a skills training program and work experience
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The Skilled Immigrant InfoCentre is an online and in-person resource hub that helps newcomers to Canada find the information they need to explore careers, get a job, or start a business. We offer a range of amazing services: One-on-one help from our friendly and knowledgeable staff, comprehensive employment guides for numerous in-demand careers, & free virtual job search workshop.
Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants
Stream 1 Sales and Service
A government-funded employment program that provides customized services for up to 22 months to assist new immigrants with
experience in Sales & Service occupations (Corporate Sales Management, Retail, and Wholesale Trade Management and Restaurant and Food Services Management) to obtain employment in their specialized field.
The program is actively accepting new participants and the service delivery is available in person as well as online.
For more information please visit www.pics.bc.ca/programs/employment/career-paths-for-skilled-immigrants/
The Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) is the only regulated professional accounting body in the province of British Columbia. With over 37,000 CPA members and 5,000 CPA students and candidates, CPABC is responsible for the regulation and professional development of CPAs, as well as the training and certification of CPA candidates.
Protection of the public interest is the cornerstone of its mandate. CPA members are part of a national profession, and CPA Canada is one of the world’s largest accounting bodies.
With more than 200,000 members across the country and around the world, CPA Canada carries a strong influential voice.
Globally recognized and respected, the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation is your key to a successful career. If you’re looking to enter the world of business or finance, you’ll need the professional accounting credential that will open doors and enhance your prospects.
For more information please visit https://www.cpacanada.ca/
The Co-operators Group Limited is a Canadian company with $47.4 billion in assets under administration. We insure 1.1 million households Canada-wide. We are active corporate members of our communities, a catalyst for a sustainable society, and a true leader with strong co-operative roots. The Co-operators is ranked among the Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada by Corporate Knights and listed among the Best Employers in Canada.
Our company has more than 6,000 employees across Canada and is also supported by a dedicated financial advisor network with 2,530 licensed insurance representatives. We also serve 241 credit unions with over 5.8 million members.
For more information, please visit https://www.cooperators.ca/
New York Painting and Coating Ltd. is a well-established business providing painting services in the Province of British Columbia and Alberta and Western U.S.A.
Our core values (family, courage, pride, passion, and integrity) have helped us become one of the largest painting contractors in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Our team places great importance and value on delivering each project with the highest level of commitment to helping our clients achieve an on-time and on-budget project.
For more information, visit us at https://newyorkpaintingltd.com/
Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training
The Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training provides leadership and direction for post-secondary education and skills training systems in British Columbia as well as labor market information and programs.
CANADIAN ARMED FORCES
The Canadian Armed Forces is a Federal government organization that consists of professional individuals, dedicated to the protection of Canadian national values. We have over 100 full time employment options, extending between our three elements (Navy, Army & Airforce). There are many reasons to consider joining the Forces, ranging from such tangible benefits as paid education and competitive salaries, to the incomparable feeling of pride and teamwork, coupled with the knowledge that one is making a difference in Canada and throughout the world. We are hiring and look forward to meeting dedicated, motivated individuals who are up for a challenge. For more information, visit forces.ca to learn about our opportunities.
Job Title Description & No. of positions
ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY
Maritime Engineer (MAR TECH)
Naval Communicator (NAV COMM)
Naval Combat information Op (NCI OP)
Naval Electronic Sensor OP (NES OP)
Sonar Op (SONAR)
Weapons Engineer (W ENG TECH)
Army Communications Systems Specialist (ACISS)
Electronic Optics Tech (EO TECH)
Vehicle Technician (VEH TECH)
ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
Aerospace Control Operator (AC OP)
All Three Elements of Canadian Forces
Financial Services Administrator (FSA)
Human Resource Administrator (HRA)
Meteorological Technician (MET)
Best Personnel is an employment agency located in New Westminster.
With over 15 years in the recruitment and staffing industry, we pride
ourselves in providing a wide range of staffing solutions to help both
employers and employees find the perfect placement, right down to the
smallest details. We go above and beyond expectations, providing expertly
selected employees. We specialize in industrial work, such as construction
and warehousing; we offer several different positions from general labor to
the construction safety officer. Our job placements range from temporary to
permanent, as well as daily pay via cheque or e-transfer. Safety is our
number one priority and the demands for improvements to safety in the
workplace are at its highest. We have taken it upon ourselves to take the first
step in the industry to become one of the first to offer companies qualified
personnel, safe work procedures, and third-party safety consulting.
In addition, we offer subsidized courses through a third-party company that
allows our employees to grow their qualifications and abilities. This opens
more doors for workers to ensure they have ample job opportunities.
Lordco Auto Parts is Canada’s largest independently-owned automotive parts retailer, with over 100 locations across Western Canada. We have been a family-owned and operated business since 1974, and we strive to keep that feeling alive with every employee.
Our employees are our family, and we want to make sure they’re taken care of. In order to do this, we offer an excellent benefits package to full-time employees which include Health and Dental Insurance, RRSP matching, Health & Wellness Program, Employee & Family Assistance Program, and a generous employee discount.
Inside Sales Representative
EFry is a non-profit organization uniquely focused on delivering gender-specific support. The reasons for this are simple:
Our goal is to support criminalized and marginalized women, girls and children in achieving their potential. With the right support, we know females from difficult circumstances can transform their lives – and those of their families – for the better. Dignity, opportunity and equality are the gateway to a world of potential.
For careers: https://www.elizabethfry.com/job-opportunities/
The BC Responsible & Problem Gambling Program is committed to raising awareness about problem gambling prevention among all British Columbians.
Prevention Services include:
The new curriculum is continually being developed to better address the needs of specific and diverse populations. We will work with your group to ensure messaging regarding health promotion awareness meets your group’s needs.
English as an Additional Language Part 1
The goal of this 9-week program is to educate participants about workplace health and safety using an ESL curriculum model.
Participants will have an opportunity to improve their language skills while learning about workers' rights in health and safety topics such as workplace violence, preventing back injuries, workplace chemicals (WHMIS), and identification of hazards.
In this unique program, participants commit to attending a weekly, four-hour day session for 9 weeks. There is no charge to participants.
Participants in these sessions will be able to use this knowledge and information to increase their awareness of health and safety and to become involved in OH&S committees at their workplaces.
Part 1 Course Outline:
· Orientation Class
· Introduction to OH&S Rights & Responsibilities
· Hazards in the Workplace
· How to Refuse Unsafe Work
· Health & Safety Committees
· Personal Protective Equipment
· Bullying & Harassment
· Prevention of Violence at Work
· Investigation and Reporting Injury
· Workplace First Aid
· Free Graduation Dinner
This EAL course is free. There is a fully refundable $50 deposit which will be returned to participants upon completion of 50% of the classes. In the past, we have had many registrants who did not attend or were not able to complete the course.
The deposit is to ensure participants are committed to completing the program. If payment of the deposit is a true barrier, please contact the Centre to discuss options.
For more information, visit us at
Industry Training Authority (ITA) oversees the trades training and certification in BC. We are a government agency, that job seeker can approach in order to understand how to start or complete an apprenticeship.
Once you are an apprentice, your employer sponsor will record your work hours with the ITA to ensure you are progressing to obtain your certification. Your training levels will also be recorded. Upon finishing your apprenticeship, ITA will deliver the certification.
Our apprenticeship advisors can help you to become an apprentice. They can direct you to colleges and training institutes close by your home and also direct you to local agencies that provide assistance to find employment in the trades.
There are around 100 different trades apprenticeships a person can get certification in, and some trades training can start as early as high school.
Come and ask ITA about how to start working, training, or obtaining certification in the trades! www.itabc.ca
LMS Reinforcing Steel Group (LMS) is a dominant player in the reinforcing steel
industry in North America with extensive operations throughout Western Canada and
the US. LMS supplies and installs reinforcing steel and post-tensioning for projects of
all sizes in the residential, commercial, institutional and infrastructure construction
Job Title Description No. of positions
General Labor – Reinforcing Ironworker (Rebar) Place and secure rebar on commercial, residential Multiple
and infrastructure projects in horizontal and vertical formworks
Identify the different sizes, lengths and bend types of rebar
Perform physical work like packing, tying and cutting rebar
with specialty tools for the trade and placing rebar chairs appropriately
Read and interpret detail sheets and drawings
Work with apprentices
Workaround various cranes and at heights with positioning equipment.
We're a group of award-winning, independent living retirement residences in BC. More
then just a place to live, our residences are where seniors thrive and age with vitality.
If you’re seeking a meaningful opportunity that gives you a higher purpose and
enhances the lives of seniors, say hello to a career at PARC Retirement Living. We are
a Living Wage certified employer and proud to offer a work environment that fosters
growth, team commitment, service excellence, and respect for all.
Perks of the job:
- Earn an hourly rate that meets the needs of daily living and provides some
- Receive financial support to take courses to enhance your skills.
- Celebrate and get rewarded for long years of service.
- See first-hand the impact your efforts have on the lives of our residents.
- Give back to the community through our numerous partnerships.
See website for live updated job ads.
ISSofBC provides a supportive environment for newcomers to Canada of
all backgrounds. We are here to meet your settlement, English language
and employment needs. New immigrants to Canada have different job
search needs. Our decades-long experience with newcomer job-seekers
and the variety of quality employment services we offer will help you find
Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants is a program for newcomers with
professional experience struggling to rebuild your career in BC. Get access
to training funds, learn occupation-specific language, connect to employers,
and gain Canadian work experience to relaunch a successful career.
The program offers services to Stream 1 Priority Occupations in Construction,
Engineering and Information Technology, Stream 2 Regulated Professions,
and Stream 3 Unregulated Professions. Tap into funded skills training and
upgrading to help you gain Canadian work experience. Connect with a with
a dynamic support system and an expert team of Case Managers,
Facilitators and Employer Relations Specialists.
Visit our website to learn
Global Talent Loans program is dedicated in unlocking your career
potential in Canada through our FCR Project to gain financial assistance
while recredentialing in BC. Explore your career opportunities within and
outside your field. Through a low interest loan to cover costs of evaluation
of credentials, short-term training (up to 2 years), membership fees, course
related expenses, and travel costs, you invest in yourself, your future, tap
into your possibilities. Connect with us to develop an individualized action
plan to achieve your career goals, network exclusively with employers and
likeminded professionals. See our website to learn more about eligibility:
Youth in Tech Youth in Tech is a no-cost skills training and employment
program customized for immigrant and refugee youth ages 17 to 29 to help
build their digital skills in web development, digital marketing/design, or
information and communications technology. Launch your career in tech
through networking with industry leaders, paid work experience and
internships, access to paid elective courses, paid work experience,
internships and subsidized wage placements, access to paid core and
elective courses and participant supports such as transportation, childcare,
training allowance and laptop rental. Visit our website to learn more about
The BC Public Service is comprised of over 31,000 employees in more than 200 different job types working
across 280 communities within the province to deliver services to more than four million British Columbians
every day. The BC Public Service offers a range of careers and the opportunity to engage in rewarding,
innovative work driven by purpose and responsibility to the citizens of British Columbia.
HERITAGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Employees of HCC work individually and in a team for the benefit of our students. HCC wants to create a positive change in the community by navigating the students to the right path through their academic and professional career. Supporting students to achieve their goals begins with the right choice of the academic program for their professional life. HCC always makes sure that the students get enrolled in the program of their interest which is the basic step towards career success. Our employees and faculty members have embraced the philosophy of giving back to the community by contributing worthwhile causes with an emphasis on working together and supporting the communities in which we live and work. Recruiting Requirements: Job Title Description & No. of positions are as follows:-
For more information, visit us at http://www.hccbc.com/
Founded in 1970, Douglas College is the largest degree-granting college in British Columbia, Canada, educating close to 25,000 students per year. The College has two major campuses in Metro Vancouver (New Westminster and Coquitlam) as well as several smaller training centres in Surrey, Burnaby and Maple Ridge. With both main campuses directly on SkyTrain lines, Douglas is one of the most accessible post-secondary institutions in Metro Vancouver, drawing students from across the region.
degree-granting college in British Columbia, Canada
Douglas offers the most bachelor’s degrees and post-degree programs of any college in B.C., and is noted for combining the academic foundations of a university with the career-ready skills of a college. Each year, close to 17,000 students (including 4,210 international students from over 92 countries) take for-credit courses at Douglas. Because of the college’s strong academic base, the majority of these for-credit courses transfer to different research universities in B.C. and across Canada, providing students with flexible pathways to reach their academic goals.
Douglas also offers hundreds of short-term, high-quality non-credit courses, programs and workshops to around 8,500 students through Continuing Education and The Training Group, in areas such as business, music, health, perinatal, career development, industry training and more.Over 960 experienced, teaching-focused faculty bring both academic rigor and real-world experience to the classroom at Douglas. Outside the classroom, over 900 other employees work together to create a friendly, inspiring, supportive and respectful environment.
For more information: https://www.douglascollege.ca/
Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants
Many BC immigrants have skills and experience in occupations where there are shortages of qualified workers, but are often unable to access these jobs in BC. Back in Motion’s Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants provides occupation-specific resources and support to help immigrant job seekers move into careers that match their qualifications. Career Paths is a free service offered under the WelcomeBC umbrella, funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.
For more information: https://backinmotion.com/employment-services/
Pro Vita provides contract care services for a variety of health environments spanning Independent Living to Complex Care. We are a BC based, locally owned and operated company established and incorporated in 2003. Our mission is to uphold the highest standards of quality at the greatest economical value in the provision of Care Services for the benefit of our clients and customers. We provide a range of disciplines in health care, from Director of Care; Registered Nurses (R.N), Licenced Practical Nurses (L.P.N); to certified resident care aides, certified recreation staff and rehab assistants. Pro Vita has long term operations in multiple sites throughout the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. Our employees number in excess of 1600 offering services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Through controlled growth, continuous innovation, and commitment to its mission, Pro Vita is positioning itself to become a leader in the Health Care Industry.
For more information:
The 7Eleven brand is known and loved around the world, and our iconic products are a big part of the
American culture. And although we’ve grown significantly over the years, our focus stays fixed on
making life easier for customers. This simple idea is the reason we’re the marketplace leader. It’s also
why our customers, employees and community leaders are proud to be part of the 7Eleven story.
7Eleven has always been about serving the needs of our customers. This philosophy has also extended to
our 7Eleven team, which is why our Leadership Principles play such a big part in our organization. To
lead, we serve. It’s a big idea and it makes a tremendous difference in the lives of our customers, our
leaders and our staff.
Job Title Description
Assistant Store Manager
Admin Assistant (Operations)
People make Sage great. From our colleagues delivering ground-breaking solutions to the customers who use them: people have helped us grow for more than thirty years, and people are driving our future as a great SaaS company. We are writing our next chapter. Be part of it!
Experience has taught us that when our customers thrive, we thrive. As a team, we always start with what customers need. Through the good… and more challenging times. Innovating at a pace so customers can manage their finances, operations, and people. Every one of us shapes our culture at Sage - doing what is right and succeeding together, united by our commitment to each other. We encourage each other to grow in our roles, in our careers, and as individuals.
Follow us on our social media sites below to join in conversations about career tips, open positions, and company news! #lifeatsage #sagecareers. If you would like support with your application (or require any adjustments) please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. All qualified applicants will be thoughtfully considered and never discriminated against based on their race, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
Job Title Description & No. of positions
Inside Sales Representative I (Bilingual English/French)
The Sage50 Inbound team is responsible for handling all incoming sales-related calls. We sell to all various customer demographics from existing to new clients with a strong focus on tailoring the needs of our customers with the right solution. Team members are a strong part of our culture and we continuously turn to them for their contributions and feedback. Learn the skills to adapt and connect with various customer demographics and gain a better understanding of how various businesses operate. If you’re looking for an exciting environment that is fast-paced, rewarding, competitive with opportunities for personal and professional growth.- 1
Customer Services Agent
Enhancing each customer’s relationship with Sage through helping customers with questions and issues regarding Sage’s products or services and their application in the customer’s business operating environment.- 1
Full Stack Developer/Software Engineer
The Software Engineer analyzes, designs, programs, debugs, and modifies moderate to highly complex software enhancements and/or new products used in local, networked, Internet-related computer programs. The Software Engineer is independently able to solve previously unsolved classes of problems and debug difficult issues using a broad knowledge of technologies. A degree of creativity and independent judgment is required to accomplish project goals. A good understanding of the Agile process and excellent communication skills are a must.-1
WorkBC is the provincial government's access point to the world of work in British Columbia. It was created with one key goal — to help all British Columbians successfully navigate B.C.’s labor market.
WorkBC helps people find jobs, explore career options, and improve their skills. We also help employers find the right talent and grow their businesses.
We offer a variety of online resources and career guides to help you find fulfilling employment, no matter where you are in life — from a youth seeking their first job to a mature worker looking for a post-retirement career.
In addition to a wealth of practical information, WorkBC offers:
· The most comprehensive database of B.C. job postings.
· Career profiles that highlight the key skills and experience required to enter any job field.
· A blog featuring hiring trends, job-search tips, employment programs, and more.
· An interactive map of WorkBC Employment Services Centres across the province.
Interested in learning more? Connect with us through our website’s live chat or find us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
SOURCES is a community-based non-profit organization that provides support, encouragement, and hope for individuals and families in White Rock, Surrey, Delta, Langley, Prince George, and Parksville. We serve 40,000 individuals yearly, our services include food banks, counseling, advocacy, legal, housing, family service, community living, and employment programs.
SOURCES Empowered for Employmentoffers 3 FREE Employment Programs:
ü Survivors of Violence and/or Abuse – Skills for Today’s Workplace
ü Youth (15-30) – YouThrive
ü Older Worker (55+) – Admin and Accounting Works, in partnership with Vancouver Community College
Participants will receive FREE skills training, career planning, soft skills for workplace success, job search strategies, practicum/work experience, employment placement, and job coaching supports. During the attendance, participants will receive financial supports in living allowances, transportation, food, dependent care, and a loaner laptop if needed (each program’s eligibilities vary, please speak with our staff).
Upon completion of the programs, participants will receive completion incentives and employment bonuses.
For more information, please contact us at 604-262-4858 or email email@example.com
In 1965, Donald Kendall, the CEO of Pepsi-Cola, and Herman Lay, the CEO of Frito Lay, recognized what they called “a marriage made in heaven,” a single company delivering perfectly-salty snacks served alongside the best cola on earth. Their vision led to what quickly became one of the world's leading food and beverage companies: PepsiCo.
For more than 50 years, as tastes, trends, and lifestyles have changed, PepsiCo has evolved with them. Our willingness to adapt and grow has transformed our snack and soda company into a collection of global brands including Pepsi and Quaker, Gatorade and Tropicana, Frito Lay, and beyond. Today, PepsiCo is one of the world’s most respected companies with products sold in more than 200 countries and territories and 22 brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales.
PepsiCo is also celebrated for its commitment to doing business the right way, integrating Purpose into our business strategy. In 2019, we adopted a new vision: to Be the Global Leader in Convenient Foods and Beverages by Winning with Purpose. Winning with Purpose is the next chapter in our purpose agenda and conveys our belief that sustainability can be an even greater contributor to our success in the marketplace.
Our company is made up of six divisions: PepsiCo Beverages North America; Frito Lay North America; Quaker Foods North America; Latin America; Europe Sub-Saharan Africa; and Asia, Middle East, and North Africa. Each of these divisions has its own unique history and way of doing business.
PepsiCo Canada employs nearly 11,000 Canadians and is organized into two business units - PepsiCo Beverages Canada, which includes brands such as Pepsi, Gatorade and Tropicana; and PepsiCo Foods Canada, which includes Frito Lay Canada and Quaker foods & snacks. PepsiCo Canada, in turn, belongs to the global PepsiCo, Inc., family.
Shaw is a family-oriented, Canadian-owned and operated business with more than 13,000
employees across the country. The culture of Shaw is driven by our people, making Shaw one of the
best places to begin a new career or expand on an existing one.
At Shaw, we like to grow our own leaders for tomorrow. There is room for development and
advancement with the potential for mobility with offices across Canada. Approximately 2,000 people
are promoted or move internally each year. The road to the top starts here.
Our Vision and Values shape our workplace. Shaw has a value system that we incorporate into our
everyday lives and that guides our interactions with our colleagues and customers. We provide a
caring work environment where we work collaboratively with our teams to achieve success.
Job Title Description & No. of positions
Business Sales Consultants Outside Sales Reps – Shaw Business
Retail Sales Associates Shaw and Freedom Mobile retail reps
*We have a number of roles that we are looking to fill, however, the two above have several vacancies available.
The EJTC offers a highly successful Electrical Entry Level Trades Training (ELTT) program at
their new training centre in Port Coquitlam.
This course provides a combination of electrical theory and practical electrician training to
prepare individuals for apprenticeships within the electrical construction industry.
As we are a Committee with representatives from the IBEW Local 213 and the Electrical
Contractors Association, our employers request graduates from this Electrical ELTT program
We also accept applications from electrical apprentices for future consideration.
Learn more at: http://ejtc.org/
BCIB is the Provincial Crown corporation providing the qualified skilled trades workforce for the construction of public infrastructure projects operating under the Community Benefits Agreement.
BCIB is hiring local skilled workers and apprentices to work on select public infrastructure projects in the province, including the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project connecting New Westminster and Surrey, and the Broadway Subway Project. As the employer for all workers on these projects, BCIB makes sure British Columbians get access to good-paying, career-building jobs, skills development and apprenticeships. Priority hiring and rehiring underrepresented workers such as Indigenous peoples, women and people with disabilities will help ensure our Province can meet labour market needs, today and into the future.
The benefits of applying with and working for BCIB include:
- Apprenticeship opportunities and mentorship,
- Upskilling pathways to help applicants develop the skills necessary to be employed in the skilled trades,
- Priority hiring for locals (within 100km from job sites), women, Indigenous peoples, and other groups underrepresented in the skilled trades,
- Priority re-hiring, meaning that past and current employees have first priority to transfer to another project in the BCIB network when one finishes or a season wraps,
- Fair and transparent wages outlined in the CBA, available for anyone to review,
- A Respectful Onsite Initiative training program, which includes Indigenous Cultural Competency Training and Be More Than A Bystander training focusing on ending discriminatory, gender-based behaviour on worksites.
- Iron Workers
Visual College of Art & Design
Whether your interest lies in media and graphics, fashion design, or interior and
architecture design, The Visual College of Art and Design (VCAD) will help you turn
your innate talents into marketable skills so you can thrive in today’s hottest industries.
For over 35 years, VCAD has existed to help creative individuals follow their true
passions and discover different career options in art and design. Choose from a variety
of art and design programs including Fashion Design, Interior Design, Architecture
Design & Technology, Game Development & Design, 3D Modeling Animation Art &
Design, Visual Effects Art & Design, and Graphic Design.
At VCAD, you’ll have the opportunity to train in our state-of-the-art campuses with
industry-standard software and learn from professionals who are currently employed in
these creative industries.
Do you think you have what it takes? Apply now to start at VCAD!
When Amazon.com launched in 1995, it was with the mission “to be Earth’s most customer-centric company.” What does this mean? It's simple. We're a company that obsesses over our customers. Our actions, goals, projects, programs and inventions begin and end with the customer top of mind. In other words, we start with the customer and work backwards. When we hit on something that is really working for customers, we double-down on it with hopes to turn it into an even bigger success. However, it’s not always as clean as that. Inventing is messy, and over time, it’s certain that we’ll fail at some big bets too.
You'll also hear us say that at Amazon, it's always "Day 1." What do we mean? Our approach remains the same as it was on Amazon’s very first day — to make smart, fast decisions, stay nimble, innovate and invent, and focus on delighting customers.
Job Title Description No. of positions
Seasonal Full Time Fulfillment Associate – Receive/Stow inventory, 100s
Load boxes into trucks
Seasonal Full Time Sortation Associate – Receive/Stow inventory, Many
Load boxes into trucks
The RCMP is seeking motivated team players who are strong communicators, enjoy working
with diverse communities, are physically fit and possess strong leadership abilities. All
applicants must reflect the core values of the RCMP. These include integrity, honesty,
professionalism, compassion, respect and accountability.
The RCMP offers an exceptional career, letting you make a real difference in local communities
and on the national and international stage. No other police force in Canada provides the levels
of services and variety offered by the RCMP, as well as opportunities for continued learning and
The RCMP consists of approximately 18,500 police officers who, along with civilian employees,
make up Canada's national police service. We are unique in that we provide policing services at
the international, federal, provincial and municipal levels. We know that diversity in our
workforce makes us stronger and we are committed to building a police service that reflects the
communities we serve.
As a RCMP police officer, you will work to prevent and solve crime, enforce federal,
provincial/territorial, and municipal law, build and maintain relationships with communities, and
above all, keep Canadians safe.
With international, national, provincial/territorial, and municipal policing mandates, the RCMP
offers over 150 different types of career opportunities to choose from. Here are just a few of the
specializations we offer: General Duty Policing, Indigenous Community Policing; Forensic
Identification, Drugs and Organized Crime Investigation, Financial Crime, Emergency Response
Team, Integrated Border Enforcement Team, National Security, VIP Protective Service, Police
Dog Services, Marine Services, International Peace Operations, Explosives Disposal and many
Some of the duties of a police officer:
o Support crime prevention and intervention initiatives
o Build and develop relationships with communities
o Contribute to the health and safety of Indigenous communities
o Respond to emergencies
o Provide assistance to victims
o Prevent and reduce youth involvement in crime as victims and offenders
o Apprehend criminals
o Enforce highway and traffic laws
o Collect evidence at crime scenes
o Interview suspects and witnesses
o Investigate accidents and crime scenes
o Testify in court
Is this the right career for you?
o Policing is a 24-hour-per-day necessity and you should expect to work shifts,
including nights, evenings, weekends and holidays.
o Postings depend on operational needs, so you must be prepared to serve anywhere in
Canada. With hundreds of detachments across the country, you will have the chance
to experience life in many parts of Canada and work in different levels of policing –
municipal, provincial and federal. The usual duration of a posting is three to five
o As a police officer, you will be expected to carry a firearm and use it or any other
force necessary to restore order and safety.
o You will act as helper and protector in difficult situations and need to maintain your
mental and physical health. You will have access to programs that will teach you
critical wellness skills and access to supports when needed.
o You may choose to continue in general duty policing, or you may have the desire and
opportunity to train for and transfer to more specialized areas of policing.
Job Title: Constable Description: Police Officer No. of positions
To apply as a police officer of the RCMP you must:
Be a Canadian citizen or have permanent resident status in Canada. Individuals with permanent
resident status must have resided (been physically present) in Canada for 3 (1,095 days) out of
the last 5 years as a permanent resident.
Be at least 18 years of age to apply
Be proficient in English and/or French
Possess a valid, unrestricted driver's licence
Possess a Canadian secondary school (high school) diploma or equivalent
Meet the health and psychological standards
Meet the vision standards
Meet the hearing standards
Meet the necessary level of physical abilities
Be prepared and able to carry a firearm and to use it or any other necessary physical force
Be willing to spend 26 weeks at the RCMP's training academy (Depot) in Regina, Saskatchewan
Be willing to relocate anywhere within Canada
Be willing to work shift work including weekends and holidays
Be aware of requirements for tattoos, jewelry and other personal effects
Lastly, police officers must conform to certain standards. At several stages during the recruiting
process, you will be made aware of the behavior standards which will be expected of you
throughout the application process and your career as a police officer of the RCMP.
Punjab Milk Foods
Nanak Foods is the largest federally approved Indian dairy in North America that specializes in producing Indian: Appetizers, Dairy, and Desserts in a state-of-the-art facility and ships to more than 15 countries around the world. We strive to maintain our best tasting and high-quality products with the use of finest quality ingredients. The multicultural workforce and its expertise have enabled us to not only prosper, but also enabled personal development for our employees. We have a great opportunity for you to work with Nanak Foods! This is an excellent opportunity for any individual to join our fun and growth-oriented team.
No. of Positions
1 Appetizers Batch makers
Mix and create batches for various Indian appetizers
2 Sweets (Mithai) Batch makers
Mix and create batches for various Indian sweets and confectionary
3 Machine Operator
Operate automated production lines
4 General Production Worker
Assist on the production line by helping to prepare batches, cook food, and package products
2 Sanitation Associate (Night)
Clean and sanitize machines used for food production
Job Title Description & No. of
Civil Construction Labourer
TCP- Traffic Control Person