Looking For Work in Canada?
Finding work in Canada can be one of the fastest ways to begin your life in Canada.
It all starts with a job offer from a Canadian employer.
With a full-time permanent job offer, you may qualify for Arranged Employment under the Federal Skilled Worker Program or for a Skilled Worker category of one of the Provincial Nominee Programs. Both of these options will entitle you to fast-track Canadian Immigration.
If you have an offer of temporary employment, you may be entitled to a Temporary Work Permit. With a work permit, you could be in Canada in a matter of weeks to months. Many foreign skilled workers who come to Canada on work permits can eventually qualify for fast-track Canadian Immigration (Permanent Residence) through one of the Provincial Nominee Programs, the Canadian Experience Class, or Arranged Employment.
Browse our free Canada Job Search Tool, create and store your Canadian resume in the Canada Visa Resume Bank, and browse our Canadian Resume Guide.
Do you need help finding work in Canada?
It can be somewhat challenging to find a job in another country, especially if the job market and hiring process is different from the one in your home country.
Canada Visa’s Career Coaching Tools can assist you with your Canada job search.
Canada Visa’s Resume Builder will help you build a Canadian resume. You can store your resume in the Canada Visa Resume Bank, helping Canadian employers to find you.
Have you already found work in Canada?
If you have already received a job offer from a Canadian employer, we can assist you and your company with the processing of all necessary documents and paperwork. We will ensure that all government standards are met so that you can begin working in Canada as quickly as possible.
Learn more about Campbell Cohen’s Work Permit Service for temporary job offers
Learn more about Arranged Employment or Provincial Nominee Program for permanent job offers
Do you need to have your foreign credentials assessed?
For certain occupations, internationally-trained workers and professionals must have their education and work experience credentials assessed and recognised by federal and provincial/territorial regulatory bodies before they can work in Canada. For many regulated occupations such as engineers, medical doctors, nurses, electricians, plumbers, veterinarians, and physiotherapists, foreign-trained workers may need to obtain additional certification before they can work in their fields. Preparing ahead of time can make the transition to the Canadian workforce much more efficient.