Listed below are just a few of the services available in Edmonton and Area related to Employment.
Job Search Websites
Job Bank is the Government of Canada's leading source for jobs and labour market information. It offers users free occupational and career information such as job opportunities, educational requirements, main duties, wage rates and salaries, current employment trends, and outlooks.
Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare offer a diversified workplace, from grocery and retail stores, to sports and recreation, health promotion and financial products and services - there's a job available for virtually any skill.
McBride Career Group
Assisting unemployed individuals to achieve and retain meaningful employment opportunities
Government of Alberta
If you are planning to make the transition from school to work, from one career to another or from unemployment to employment, this page is for you. You’ll find links to helpful resources from the provincial and federal governments and related organizations.
Military Spouse-Friendly Employers (MET) - These Military Spouse-Friendly Employer Partners are different than typical employers because they have been educated in the value of hiring military spouses. Management or staff have received training and been given employer awareness materials explaining the distinct employment realities faced by military spouses, including resumes that reflect frequent career changes and/or gaps in employment due to relocation.
Employment agencies that provide training and support to individuals who have employment barriers:
On Site Placement Services - A non-profit and charitable organization committed to creating career paths by providing employment and skill development services to persons with ongoing medical conditions or disabilities in the Edmonton area
EmpoyAbilities - Edmonton’s Premiere Centre for Career Information and Employment Placement Services for persons with disabilities.
Accès Emploi - french employment agency
Telfer Entrepreneurship Program for Military Families
Date: March 22-23, 2016
This program will take participants through the start-up process in a dynamic and interactive 2-day session. Similar to a sport, learning about entrepreneurship involves “doing it” to understand the process, tools and resources required. Operating in a learning environment, participants will see the start-up process first hand, mostly by participating in activities and group work facilitated by a start-up expert. Register online at https://uottawatelfer.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_db7zyFdQrclF4t7
BSGEnterprises offers a personalized approach helps you determine your interests and abilities, identify your Career Goals and equip you with the tools and resources to develop your personalized Career Success Strategy
CAREERinsite is your one-stop guide to career planning. Everything you need to plan your work and learning is here.
Career Services Centres
Deaf or Hard of Hearing Access Callers with a TTY Deaf or Hard of Hearing Relay can reach Alberta Government offices by dialing 780-427-9999 in Edmonton or 1-800-232-7215 in other Alberta locations.
Edmonton - Argyll Centre (South)*
6325 Gateway Boulevard
Edmonton, Alberta T6H 5H6
*Service available in French
Edmonton - City Centre (Central)
Main Floor, 10242 - 105 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3L5
Edmonton - Northgate Centre (North)*
Unit 2050 Northgate Center
9499 - 137 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5E 5R8
Edmonton - Meadowlark Mall (West)
120 Meadowlark Shopping Center
15710 - 87 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5R 5W9
Edmonton - Westcor Building (West)
200 Westcor Building
12323 Stony Plain Road
Edmonton, Alberta T5N 4A9
St. Albert Provincial Building
30 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue St. Albert, Alberta T8N 3A3