Need a Job?

At the WorkBC Centre we offer a range of FREE services to assist you in finding the right job for you! Whether you need support exploring career options or assistance with your job search, WorkBC staff have the resources you need to succeed!

WorkBC Resource Centre

The WorkBC Resource Centre provides job seekers with the tools they need to complete a successful job search.

Resources available include:
  • Access to computers; high speed internet; photocopying and scanning
  • Faxing; phone and messaging services
  • Job postings; online job search resources; career assessments; labour market information; and, information about other community services/resources.

Qualified staff are available in the resource centre to provide job seekers with individualized support.

Job Search Support

Job hunting is hard work. That’s why we’re here to help!

Our Employment Placement Specialists will work with you on a one to one basis with a view to marketing you/your skillset to employers in the community.

While participating in your WorkBC job search you will gain access to WorkBC’s network of employers, professional resume writing support, coaching on interviewing and networking, and assistance related to the negotiation of terms/conditions of your employment.


Looking for work but unsure of the right steps? Have a resume that is missing that professional feel? Not confident about your interview skills or about what it takes to succeed in a job once you make it in the door?

WorkBC offers a range of workshops for job seekers who want to learn more about how to best position themselves to find work. Other workshops are available to support you in preparing for employment, such as Basic Life or Essential Works Skills.

Finally, once you’ve got the job, workshops are available to help you learn more about how to succeed and develop in your career.
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Employment Counselling

Whether you’re looking for your first job or are looking to shift into a different career, we’re here to help you build a roadmap to get you where you want to be! -And along the way, we’ll support you by giving you the tools you’ll need.

At WorkBC, qualified staff are available to provide you with individualized career planning, job search coaching, guidance and access to training, assistance securing work experience opportunities, and many other supports you may need in your job search journey.

Work Experience

Lack work experience? Considering a career change? Need a foot in the door? Work experience is an effective strategy to gain access to an employer and increase your likelihood of getting hired.

Depending on your individual needs and eligibility, Work BC staff can work with you and local employers to set-up paid or unpaid work experiences that is just the right fit.

Specific eligibility applies.

Skills Training

Need to gain skills or obtain certification? Have work experience, but need to complete your diploma to qualify for opportunities?

WorkBC offers Skills Training opportunities for Job Seekers who don’t yet have the necessary skills, or who require upgrading to find work in specific in-demand industries in BC. These job seekers may qualify for funding for tuition, books/supplies, living supports, dependent care, and transportation.

Specific eligibility applies.

Job Sustainment

Job Sustainment Services are post-placement supports available to job seekers and employers, and are aimed at ensuring successful job placement.

Individuals in the program have access to customized supports and job coaching, workshops on job success and career development, as well as 52 weeks of follow up support from after their job start date.

Customized Employment

Living with a disability? We can connect you to supportive employers who see your strengths. We can also help you access the training and assistive technologies you’ll need to work in your field of choice.

It all starts with a conversation. Tell us what you’re looking for in a job and we’ll work with you to explore all your options. Wherever you are in your career journey, we’re here to support you along the way.


Have you always dreamed of self-employment? Have a great idea for a business? WorkBC offers eligible clients a free 48-week Self-Employment Program that will give you the knowledge and resources to start your own business.

The Self-Employment program assists you to develop and implement a business plan and provides you with individualized coaching throughout the launch of your business. In addition to the free training, funding may be available for living supports, dependent care, transportation and disability supports while getting started.

Specific eligibility applies

Specialized Services

Everyone’s employment needs are different, so we cater to them all by offering specialized services and supports for Francophones, immigrants, youth, youth at risk, people with disabilities, those who have survived violence and/or abuse, Indigenous Peoples, or any British Columbians in need of help finding work.

Some of the Specialized services available include:
  • Culturally sensitive services
  • Specialized assessments
  • Access to foreign credentialing and prior learning assessments
  • Services in French and other languages
  • Language interpretation supports, including sign language
  • Personal counselling to support survivors of violence and/or abuse
  • Assistive technologies and other disability supports
  • Targeted workshops and services for youth
  • Customized employment placement services

Contact us today to find out how we can help you reach your work potential.