Showing posts with label Canada Jobs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Canada Jobs. Show all posts

April 14, 2020

Amid the pandemic, some industries in Canada are hiring. Apply NOW!

Some industries in Canada are hiring workers to meet the pandemic-related demand. Walmart, for example, is hiring 10,000 employees to meet the nationwide demand for household staples!

September 6, 2019

Yukon Canada and Philippines Employment Agreement | 2,000 Filipino Workers Per Year Needed in Yukon, Canada!

Philippines Secretary of Labour and Employment Silvestre Bello and Yukon Canada Economic Development Minister Ranj Pillai recently signed a letter of intent, an agreement, that will help create a more streamlined process under the Yukon Nominee Program to help address the territory’s labour shortage. 

This agreement will give an opportunity for Filipino Workers to work in Canada and eventually apply for Permanent Residence.

February 8, 2019

New Brunswick's Job Fair in Vancouver

Employers from New Brunswick will be conducting a job fair this coming March 3, 2019 (Sunday, 10AM) in Vancouver to recruit  workers. They will target the following job classifications:

December 5, 2018

Canada desperately looking to fill 430,000 vacant jobs

According the report of Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), Labour shortages continue to trouble small and medium-sized businesses in the third quarter of 2018, with the job vacancy rate rising to 3.3%. In total, roughly 430,000 private sector openings remained unfilled for at least four months because employers were unable to find qualified candidates

October 16, 2013

Saskjobs.Ca - Jobs Available for Filipino Workers?

We recently posted about the need of Saskatchewan for Filipino Workers and now there are readers asking where to find these jobs. ABS-CBN Bandila also reported about this.  If you are one of those looking for jobs in Saskatchewan, this if for you.

SaskJobs.Ca is a job posting sites for Saskatchewan employers.  This is where you will find job offers if you are looking for employer in Saskatchewan. You can post your resume on this portal and get connected with employers. Although provided as a public service by the Government of Saskatchewan, please note that  information it contains is provided strictly "as is" and without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied from the Government. For Filipino applicants, deal only with POEA Registered Recruitment Agencies.

Please note that jobs posted at SaskJobs.Ca are not exclusive for Filipino Workers only.

August 9, 2011

Health Match British Columbia

Health Match British Columbia
I have just updated my Canada Jobs Portal by adding Health Match British Columbia to the list.

Health Match BC is a free health professional recruitment service funded by Government of British Columbia. If you are a health professional seeking employment, or a health care facility in British Columbia hiring qualified professionals, Health Match BC can help.

Mark is now in Vancouver through Health Match BC.

For healthcare professionals that are not included in the 29 in-demand occupations, Health Match BC ( could be useful.

September 25, 2008

Property Manager - Urgently Needed

There's an employer in Canada who contacted us looking for Property Manager. If you are looking for jobs in Canada and you have the following qualifications, please send your resume as soon as possible:

Property managers perform some or all of the following duties:
  • Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of commercial, transportation and recreational facilities and the included real estate

  • Oversee the leasing of space in the facility and the included real estate and the development of marketing strategies

  • Plan, organize and direct administrative services such as signage, cleaning, maintenance, parking, safety inspections, security and snow removal

  • Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate construction projects to modify commercial, transportation and recreational facilities and real estate

  • Oversee the installation, maintenance and repair of real estate infrastructures including
  • machinery, equipment and electrical and mechanical systems
  • Plan and manage the facility's operations budget

  • Prepare or oversee the preparation of reports and statistics related to areas of responsibility

  • Hire, train and supervise staff.

  • If you have 7-10 years work experience as a property manager in a hotel or mall set up, please send your resume to Please include the words Property Manager on your subject.

    September 5, 2008

    Job Vacancies: Call Center Agent for Passport Canada

    Passport Canada is responsible for issuing, revoking, withholding, recovering, and providing instructions on the use of Canadian passports. It provides guidance to missions issuing passports abroad and supervises all matters relating to Canadian travel documents.

    Passport Canada is in need of Call Center agent to fill up current vacancies.

  • Location: Montreal, Quebec

  • Salary: $43,826 to $47,447

  • Employment Tenure: This process will serve to create a pool of qualified candidates for part-time (25 hrs/week, 5hrs/day for the 3:00pm to 8:15pm shift) temporary one year appointments.

  • Who may apply:Persons residing or employed in Montréal, QC, and within a 75 kilometer radius of Montréal, QC, within Canadian territory, extending to, amongst others, Hemmingford (QC), Rivière-Beaudette (QC), Val David (QC), Berthierville (QC), Granby (QC).

  • Applications may be accepted until September 8, 2008. For more information about this job vacancies, click here. For more information about Passport Canada, visit

    August 25, 2008

    How to find jobs in Canada

    Depending on your circumstances and how much you are willing to help yourself, there are ways more than one that you may do to get a Permanent Resident Visa and or legally work in Canada.

    1. Contact your friends or relatives who are now in Canada. Ask them to help you find a job offer by referring you to their respective employers and other contacts. They are in the best position to help you. Or if applicable, they may help you get a PR Visa through Provincial Nominee Program.

    2. Maximize the use of internet and email. Look for job vacancies in Canada that match your profile. Send your resume with a good cover letter. (Here's a free Canada resume guide) There are many job posting sites where you can find job vacancies in Canada. But to avoid scammers like that in the case of OMNI Hotel Scam, I suggest you look for job vacancies from Canada Job Bank, which is a government owned website. You may also want to check these Canada Jobs Online Portals that I highly recommend.

    3. Once you find an employer who is willing to hire you, that employer needs to submit an application to Human Resource Social Development Canada (HRSDC) to get you a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) report.  Simply put, it's  a validated job offer from an eligible employer. Your employer will then send you the LMIA. There is also a chance that an employer may be willing to sponsor you through Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) or through the Global Talent Stream.

    4. If you already have the LMIA, you may now file your application for Temporary Resident Visa - Work Permit or Permanent Resident Visa at the the Visa Office near you. To check which Visa Office may handle your application, click here.

    Information about visa application to Canada is available for FREE at

    Only ICCRC Registered Immigration Consultants or Canadian Immigration Lawyers are authorized to represent you for a fee.  Clients of Canadian Immigration Consultancy are represented by an ICCRC Registered Immigration Consultant.