Welcome to the St. John’s Newfoundland Career Fair and Training Expo.
Meet with Canada’s hiring companies and training institutions.
Don’t Miss! Tuesday, June 27th, 2023. 1PM to 4PM.
Next Career Fair: September 12th, 2023.
Network with Governments, National Companies, Independent Businesses, and Organizations providing employment services, career resources, training, and continuing education programs. Build employment relationships and explore St. John’s labor market in a wide variety of sectors, vacancies, and career services open to all attendees across the province (students, professional adults, Canadian citizens, permanent residents, landed immigrants, newcomers, temporary visitors, and foreign skilled workers). EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND!
We are a company built on 100 years of success in the supplemental insurance industry, and it is through outstanding talent that St. John’s Career Fair will continue to grow, have a positive impact on the lives of our customers, and give back to our communities. Does this sound like something you want to be a part of? If so, learn more about our opportunities and apply today! At Combined Insurance we speak a lot about our client service and the dedicated professionals who serve those clients. But we would be remiss if St. John’s Career Fair were to neglect the folks in our corporate offices that provide vital services to both our sales representatives and our clients.
It’s not a business. It’s a mission
Going to work has a whole different meaning when you care about the work you do and the people you affect. And as a Combined Insurance Independent Sales Representative, the work you do makes a direct impact on the lives of families. It lets them breathe a little easier, and sleep a little better because they have the protection they need. That is important work, and as a Combined Insurance Independent Sales Representative, you have the privilege of doing it every day. Opportunities | Combined Insurance
Epiroc is a vital part of a sustainable society and a global productivity partner for mining and infrastructure customers. With ground-breaking technology, Epiroc develops and provides innovative and safe equipment, such as drill rigs, rock excavation and construction equipment and tools for surface and underground applications. The company also offers world-class service and other aftermarket support as well as solutions for automation, digitalization and electrification. Epiroc is based in Stockholm, Sweden, had revenues of SEK 40 billion in 2021, and has more than 15 500 passionate employees supporting and collaborating with customers in about 150 countries. Learn more at Epiroc in your region | Epiroc.
Intelcom is a leading last-mile carrier in the e-commerce sector. St. John’s Career Fair teams across Canada as well as our network of independent contractors contribute to Intelcom’s daily operations. Through constant innovation and a unique approach to logistics technology, Intelcom is focused on what’s ahead to continue delivering new levels of operational efficiency. The digital revolution is impacting our industry in a big way. There are more career opportunities than ever before. St. John’s Career Fair have opportunities for leading-edge IT specialists, marketing experts, and more. If you have the ambition and potential, we could go further together.
In a constantly evolving business sector, we don’t just follow, we get ahead. Our innovative services and delivery methods stand out, even during our technological transformation. This brings many opportunities to progress your career. Intelcom is a last-kilometer logistics company enabling the delivery of more than 400,000 parcels every day all across Canada. Leading the way with its technology platform that generates more than 3,000 optimized routes daily for close to 725 independent delivery partners, Intelcom allows its clients to offer their consumers a quick, reliable, and predictable experience for the last kilometer of their online purchases. Careers in the delivery industry | Intelcom
Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation (NLHC) is committed to addressing the housing needs of the people of Newfoundland and Labrador who are most in need and to work in partnership with community groups that can contribute to an enhanced quality of life for our clients. The corporation’s mandate is the development of policy, planning, delivery, administration and evaluation of an array of social housing programs as well as the maintenance of our housing portfolio. As St. John’s Career Fair corporate values indicate, St. John’s Career Fair have a professional team of staff who are our most valued resource and who are committed to these goals.
St. John’s Career Fair believe that listening and treating others the way we would wish to be treated is the key to our success. St. John’s Career Fair believe that fairness, equity and respect guide our interactions with our clients and each other. St. John’s Career Fair believe that promoting a better understanding of our activities helps us to achieve our goals. We believe in building partnerships. We believe we are accountable for our actions and performance. Message from Chief Executive Officer – Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation (nlhc.nl.ca)
techNL’s purpose is to enable a thriving innovation-driven economy in Newfoundland and Labrador. As a non-profit representing our province’s tech sector, educating and encouraging jobseekers on the opportunities for work and education in the industry. The Talent Team is here at the St John’s Newfoundland & Labrador Career Fair to share opportunities currently available for education and employment in the industry. technl (facebook.com)
techNL is a not-for-profit industry association representing the province’s technology and innovation sector for over 30 years. Providing a strong voice for the sector, techNL works closely with industry and government partners to help shape policy and advocate for those issues that matter most to members. St. John’s Career Fair embrace the opportunity to work with like-minded organizations towards shared goals. Through more than 30 years dedicated to driving the success of the technology industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, techNL has worked together with its members to evolve and expand its mandate to meet the needs of the sector. Governed by a Board of Directors comprised of industry representatives, ensuring the prosperity of the technology sector in the province has always underpinned everything we do. About Us – techNL
Trades NL: Building Trades of Newfoundland and Labrador is committed to providing highly trained, diverse, safe and highly productive working tradespersons to the Newfoundland and Labrador Building and Construction industry by fostering pride and professionalism in the trades through training for life-long career opportunities. Trades NL: Building Trades of Newfoundland and Labrador will be the organization of choice for quality construction labour solutions for Government, owners and contractors in Newfoundland and Labrador. What We Do – Trades NL
Trades NL: Building Trades of Newfoundland and Labrador is an umbrella labour organization which promotes and coordinates the interests of 16 building and construction trades unions and their international affiliates operating in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Trades NL, through its affiliates, represents thousands of Newfoundlanders and Labradoreans working to build prosperity in their province. Who We Are – Trades NL
Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries (NLPL) has been an integral part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador since it’s inception in 1935. Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries work to ensure that library materials, free access to the Internet and programs are available to meet the needs of the Province’s people. About – Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries (nlpl.ca)
This is provided through a network of 94 public libraries in communities large and small throughout the Province. These libraries are organized into four divisions – Western Newfoundland & Labrador Division, Central Division, Eastern Division and Provincial Resource Division (St John’s Public Libraries). Provincial Administration’s headquarters are located in Stephenville, NL. The Provincial Information and Library Resources Board is responsible for all public library services in Newfoundland and Labrador under the Public Libraries Act. To contact, or receive additional information about your local library, view our list of library locations. For divisional office information and contacts, please visit our contacts page.
Provincial Health & Home Care was established in the early 1990’s by Jean Tremblett, a registered nurse who had an extensive career within the Health Care industry, serving rural and central Newfoundland for over 40 years. Although Provincial has expanded to 5 offices and has provided health and home care services to thousands of families, it still maintains its strong family values – which was the foundation of Jean’s company. Provincial Health & Home Care has gained the reputation of a professional and reliable health and home care company, that has the ability to match the best caregiver with clients based on their individual needs and personalities. Home – Provincial Health & Home Care (provincialhomecare.ca)
Mission and Vision
The YMCA has been part of life in Newfoundland and Labrador since 1854. We are a charity dedicated to strengthening the foundations of communities. We do this by nurturing the potential of children, teens, and young adults; promoting healthy living; and fostering social responsibility. Our focus on inclusiveness and accessibility means we serve people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities through all stages of life. Through YMCA financial assistance programs, the YMCA is accessible to all. Our charity’s core programs of Health, Fitness, and Aquatics; Child Care and Day Camp; and Employment, Enterprise, and Newcomer Services are offered at more than 20 locations in our communities with an additional 170 points of delivery throughout the province.
In 1994, Compassion HomeCare began as a small home-based business in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland. The Noel family operated and grew the business into one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s largest, most-respected Home Care Agencies mainly because of their integrity, work ethic and professional expertise. A government-approved, Home Support Worker Training Program was developed by their Nurse Manager and implemented for employees. Continuing education and client/staff safety became a priority goal for Compassion HomeCare. Compassion HomeCare quickly became a leader within the Home Care Sector, raising the bar for standards and quality and also, lobbying Government on behalf of employees for better working conditions and wages.
The employees of Compassion HomeCare have become known for treating clients and family members with respect and dignity. They have exceeded the expectations of clients both as both a company and member of the community. Compassion takes pride in delivering this level of home care. Over the years, they have received many letters to thank them for their home care services. Read testimonials below from some of our satisfied clients. Additional references are available upon request.
We aim to provide the highest quality employment solutions to our clients through the recruitment of Canadian and international workers who best meet their specific requirements, while at the same time providing quality employment opportunities to international workers with specialized skills. We intend to realize this mission through a commitment to superior business practices designed to ensure the highest value to the client, the employees, Work Global Canada Inc., and the country of Canada. To utilize our knowledge and expertise to assist Canadian employers to fulfill all of their various human resource and labor requirements through a variety of consulting services, third-party representation, and recruitment & selection services aimed at matching them with the best possible candidates worldwide. Work Global Canada Inc. Recruitment & Labour Market Solutions
As we believe in the continued positive outlook of Canada, it is our vision to be recognized as the international recruitment solution provider of choice for employers throughout Canada who have a need for specific skills or competencies that cannot be filled through their local labor market. To be recognized as the recruitment provider of choice for employers throughout Canada who have a need for specific skills or competencies, and helping to improve the Canadian economy through working to minimize gaps in the countries labor market. (99+) Work Global Canada Inc: Overview | LinkedIn
As a truly vertically integrated company, Royal Greenland is at the centre of a wealth of competences, cultures, knowledge and accumulated experience, bringing wild-caught, high-quality seafood from the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean to consumers around the globe. The global presence of Royal Greenland has its origins in the vast areas of the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean. Our own fleet of large ocean-going trawlers fish in the rich fishing grounds between Greenland and Eastern Canada, east of Greenland and as far to the North East as the Barents Sea. Along the coast of Western Greenland and Atlantic Canada, fishermen land their catches at our more than 40 landing facilities and factories. This local proximity allows Royal Greenland to access a variety of delicious, fresh seafood and sustains thousands of workplaces in the local communities.
In the global markets, local sales organisations develop the markets, advise customers and act as vital links between the supply from the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean and market-specific demands. Local sales teams are supported by local quality departments, as well as marketing and business development competences, ensuring a deep understanding of local customer and consumer needs. About Royal Greenland – Royal Greenland A/S
Inclusion Canada Newfoundland and Labrador is a non-profit organization that works with and on behalf of persons with intellectual disabilities and their families. Inclusion Canada Newfoundland and Labrador promotes a vision of communities where everyone belongs and has a rightful place; where families support a person’s right to full citizenship. It is simple really-most of us experience it every day. We are welcomed into our community, work with our peers and go to school with our friends. Inclusion Canada Newfoundland and Labrador works hard to make sure persons with disabilities are welcomed and supported in their community in the same way. Inclusion Canada Newfoundland and Labrador | About Us (inclusioncanadanl.ca)
What Can We Do Together?
We can learn about, and share information on: support for families, income and disability supports, inclusive education, securing citizenship and legal capacity for all, RDSP’s, SET mentoring, future planning, supported employment, the UN convention of the rights of persons with disabilities, supportive living and much more. We can work together, and with the government and other agencies, help build more inclusive communities. We can provide guidance and direction to others seeking or needing support.
Since 1983, the Student Volunteer Bureau (SVB) has strived to educate students about the benefits of volunteering and getting involved on campus as well as connecting students to opportunities that allow them to do so. We serve as a resource for all students who attend any campus of Memorial, however, we primarily serve those on the St. John’s campus. Whats special about the SVB is that we are a resource run by students for students, everyone who volunteers or works in the SVB has to be a student to be able to do this. About Us | Student Volunteer Bureau | Memorial University of Newfoundland (mun.ca)
The SVB provides several services to students, we are a centralized place on campus for anything from learning where to volunteer, to advising fellow students on how to organize a group of people for any particular objective! Our most frequently used service is helping students find a volunteer placement on/off campus, or just how to generally get involved on campus. Our dedicated team of volunteer assistants will be able to help you find something that matches up with your interests. In addition to that, we send out a weekly newsletter with tons of volunteer opportunities, personal/professional development sessions, leadership opportunities as well as other news & events. Click the “SVB Weekly” Tab above to learn more and how to subscribe!
For over three decades, Capital Auto Group has been a dynamic leader in the automotive industry in Newfoundland & Labrador. With over 275 employees, the Capital Auto Group brand is widely recognized for an uncompromising commitment to the highest standards of integrity and quality, product selection and service, and making a positive contribution to the community in which we operate. Capital Auto Group | FacebookAbout Us | Capital Auto Group in
With over 300 employees, Capital Auto Group is widely recognized for an uncompromising commitment to the highest standards of integrity and quality, product selection and service, and for making a positive contribution to the community in which we operate. Capital Auto Group has under its division the wholly-owned subsidiaries of BMW/MINI St. John’s, Genesis St. John’s, Capital Hyundai, Capital Subaru, Capital Mitsubishi, Capital Auto Centre, Capital Collision Centre, Capital Auto Rental, Capital Auto Glass Distribution, Capital Glass Experts, Capital Wholesale, and UniglassPlus/Ziebart St. John’s.
Community Employment Collaboration is a network of community, post-secondary schools and government employment offices in Newfoundland and Labrador. We are working together to deliver the best career and employment services we can. The Community Employment Collaboration is a network linking career development and employment partners in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Office of Employment Equity for Persons with Disabilities (OEEPD) is pleased to announce that it will be offering its Student Summer Employment Program (SSEP) for 2023. The OEEPD would like to invite your expressions of interest to participate in this valuable initiative. Resources for Career Practitioners – Community Employment Collaboration | CEC
Individuals who currently work for a department or agency scheduled to the Public Service Commission Act, or are on unpaid leave or lay-off status, as per Government’s Human Resource Policy Manual or applicable Collective Agreement. Any applicants not meeting these requirements will be screened from the competition process. We are Newfoundland and Labrador’s largest college. Watch the video to learn more about what we have to offer! College of the North Atlantic – Contact us (cna.nl.ca)
Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Health Services provides quality health care to all residents of the province. The transition to one health authority will bring us closer to realizing the vision put forward by Health Accord NL to reshape our health-care system. Transition work is ongoing in all areas of the organization in support of improving the health and health outcomes for people in Newfoundland and Labrador. Careers – NL Health Services
NL Health Services employs over 21,000 professionals across the province in five geographical zones. We are looking for compassionate professionals to come join us in helping provide health services and quality care in our communities. NL Health Services will be accepting job applications via the links listed on our Careers page. We know that it is our people that make our organization great. Health care attracts smart, caring individuals who want to make a difference and help people.
Chancellor Park is a family-owned, Nationally Accredited Long-Term/Continuing Care Facility, located in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. For more than 25 years, families from across the province have come to know Chancellor Park’s quality service delivery, which is founded on a resident and family first philosophy. At Chancellor Park, you’ll find a family of caregivers and support workers who work around the clock to ensure each and every resident is as comfortable and content as possible at any given time of day. Whatever level of care your loved one requires; Chancellor Park is waiting to welcome them home. About Us | Chancellor Park | Long-Term/Continuing Care