Welcome to the St. John’s Career Fair and Training Expo.
Meet Canada’s Hiring Companies and Training Institutions.
LISTING OF EXHIBITORS :
NOVEMBER 16TH, 2023 . 1PM-4PM.
The List is not complete. Check this page daily for Exhibitor updates.
CCRW is a national not for profit organization. At CCRW we offer job search assistance, wage subsidy programs, accommodation assessments and consulting services and variety of workshops. Additionally, we provide range of services for employers, from recruitment to retention to future planning. Whether you are a job seeker living with disability or an employer looking to tap into a talented pool of candidates, CCRW will partner with you to meet your unique needs and help you succeed. Discover opportunities to join us as we pave way to a fully inclusive nation because we believe that disability should never stand in the way of ambition. As an inclusive employer, we believe in providing employment opportunities for people with disabilities at CCRW as well as in all areas of work.
Creative. Innovative. Inclusive. Our team of inspired professionals work with a group of motivated clients and businesses to shift the landscape of employment for people with disabilities in Canada. We drive solutions-focused approaches from coast to coast, delivering hands-on programming in local communities and fostering inclusive business partnerships. As leaders influencing policy change from across Canada to the U.N., CCRW employees enjoy diversity and flexibility in their roles. Our welcoming culture recognizes the passion and optimism of our teams, and we know that a healthy work-life balance is key to personal and professional growth.
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. We embrace the opportunity to work with like-minded organizations towards shared goals.
To enable a thriving innovation-driven economy in Newfoundland and Labrador.
To become the most sought-after Canadian tech ecosystem, globally recognized for its collaborative community, diversity, and quality of life.
WRDC is helping women throughout Newfoundland and Labrador prepare for and achieve meaningful, positive, long-term careers in trades and technology. Created in 1997, Women in Resource Development Corporation (WRDC) is a provincial non-profit organization committed to increasing women’s participation in trades and technology. We lead by example, with integrity and empathy.
WRDC is an exciting and dynamic organization to work for. We’re always looking for talented and passionate people to help us better deliver our programs and services all across our province.
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)
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CNA EMPLOYEES
Individuals who are active on College of the North Atlantic’s Payroll.
PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES
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.
Public competitions are open to the general public. All persons eligible to work in Canada may apply.
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
Compassion HomeCare’s mission is to provide our clients and their family with top-quality care, enabling them to reside safely and independently at home. Compassion HomeCare is enabling people to live at home with “safety”, “dignity” and “quality of life”!
Compassion HomeCare’s mission is to provide our clients and their family with top-quality care, enabling them to reside safely and independently at home.
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.
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.
The Association for New Canadians (ANC) is a non-profit, community-based organization delivering settlement and integration services to immigrants and refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador. For more than 40 years, the Association has delivered programs and services that support all aspects of immigrant integration, ranging from settlement information and orientation to language learning, skills development and employment.
The Province of Newfoundland and Labrador is a welcoming community where immigrants can easily integrate into the social and economic fabric, where their contributions are recognized by the greater population and where they feel comfortable settling for an extended period.
The mission of the Association for New Canadians is to settle and integrate immigrants, and to empower them with the skills, knowledge and information necessary to become independent, contributing members of the community and country.
Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries (NLPL) has been an integral part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador since its 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.
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.
Our goal is to assist families and loved ones across Newfoundland with daily activities, through the placement of compassionate and committed people who want to exceed client expectations. Our vision is to maintain our family values, while providing the highest quality of care that we are known for throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. 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.
Provincial Health & Home Care places health and home care professionals in homes throughout Central and Eastern Newfoundland every day. Health and home care is a very fulfilling, flexible, and rewarding career that creates meaningful life-long relationships. We offer full-time and part-time hours, competitive pay, training, continuous education and other benefits in a unionized environment.
If you are kind, caring, dependable, trustworthy and share our commitment to quality service – we would love to hear from you. Training will be provided to those who have no experience.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada is a Federation comprised of 108 member agencies servicing more than 1,100 communities across the country. Together we mobilize over 21,300 volunteers who in turn mentor 41,700+ children and young people. Providing life changing mentoring experiences since 1975, Big Brothers Big Sisters was named One of Financial Post’s Top 25 Charities in 2016.
Big Brother Big Sister provides direct service to children by matching volunteers and youths in quality mentoring relationships. Our agency staff members are experts at screening volunteers and matching them with a mentee having similar interests. Each year over 350 dedicated volunteers provide over 24,000 volunteer hours to more than 450 young people in our community.