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Career & Employment Development

Resources for job-seekers and those seeking career advice.

Resources for New Canadians

The sites listed here are specifically newcomer employment opportunities and resources, see the "Job Searching" for more general websites.

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador logoAtlantic Immigration Pilot Program - Designated Employers
A curated list of employees designated by the Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism (OIM) as being committed to supporting newcomers to Atlantic Canada

 

Axis Career Services logoAxis Career Services
Employment division for the Association for New Canadians, NL.

 

City of St. John's logoCity of St. John's - Getting Help Finding a Job
A list of community programs and websites to help newcomers to the city find employment.

 

Connector NL logoConnector NL
An organization devoted to helping newcomers grow their professional networks and find career opportunities.

 

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador logoDepartment of Immigration, Skills and Labour - Labour Job Market Information, Job Vacancies
A curated list of positions from the Government of Canada Job Bank in Newfoundland and Labrador.

 

Government of Canada logo

Government of Canada – Job Bank
Online job bank for positions within the Government of Canada. Using Advanced Search, you can adjust to search for jobs within the province.

 

Memorial University logoMemorial University - Career Development Office
Contact information for the Career Development office in St. John's.

Newcomers - Newfoundland Diary Canada

Kesiya Sebastien immigrated from India to St. John's in 2019. She has been using her Youtube channel "Newfoundland Diary - Canada" in order to share her experience, including offering advice to newcomers about planning their move and finding a job.

You can check out her channel here.

You can read her interview with the CBC here.

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