Job Finding Resources

Use the following online tools to identify jobs you may want to apply for.

 Job Banks and Search Engines

Traffic Controller

Job banks allow you to search through and apply for job openings online. Job search engines give you a hider field to choose from. They allow you to use one site to access job postings from many different job banks and/or company websites.

On the Workapedia website you’ll find several job search sites recommended by employment practitioners. They include both types of sites.

Visit the national Job Bank to find vacant jobs available in B.C. or anywhere in Canada. The Youth section advertises summer employment opportunities for students and youth.

 Government Job Postings

Interested in a job in government or other place of public service? You can explore job sites for all three levels of government.

  • See BC Public Service employment opportunities for province-wide postings.
  • Access local government postings at CivicInfo BC.
  • Discover national jobs at Careers in the Federal Public Service

 Professional Associations

Professional associations post current jobs on their websites. For a list of national and provincial associations in Canada, visit the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials. Look for associations related to your field.

Other job bank search engines that may help