Welcome to the Thunder Bay Career Fair and Training Expo.
Meet with Canada’s hiring companies and training institutions.
Don’t Miss! Thursday, May 25th, 2023. 1PM to 4PM.
Next Career Fair: September 19th, 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 Thunder Bay’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!
The Gardewine Experience
As one of the leading transportation companies in Canada with a long history dating back 65 years and terminals across Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, why not consider a career with Gardewine. Our continuous growth over the years has provided us the opportunity to engage a diverse group of employees to begin, continue or conclude their professional transportation career. The Gardewine experience can lead you from entry level to experienced driving positions; Dockworker to Foreman; Foreman to Terminal Manger; or from Flin Flon to Toronto. Our tenured employees are testament that we are committed to helping you reach your personal career goals. As you grow so do we!
We are proud to serve the rural communities and ensure our workforce reflects this. Likewise, we know that a work-life balance is important to you. As a regional carrier it means that you can be home daily. With over 65 years of heritage and continuous growth we have embraced the diverse business needs of our employees, while at the same time encouraging an entrepreneurial spirit, autonomy, and drive.
Join Gardewine’s family of drivers! We’re Hiring Experienced Class 1/AZ Drivers: Careers – Gardewine (northstarats.com)
Connecting Services Around Individual, Family and Community Needs.
The Dilico Integrated Model of Care is about more than child welfare. It’s a circle of support that brings together a wide range of individual, family and community services and programs to address issues related to child welfare, mental health & addictions, and primary health. First introduced in 2014, Dilico’s Integrated Model of Care ensures that families, children and communities have access to holistic supports and programming, in addition to core child welfare services. These additional supports and programs include cultural, mental health, addictions primary health care and counselling services.
Find Your Next Career Opportunity!
Dilico is a diverse and dynamic team of more than 450 professionals caring for the physical mental, emotional and spiritual health of Anishinabek children, families and communities. Our team provides a range of responsive individual, family and community programs and services for the complete life journey of all Anishinabek people. Working with children during their early years is simply one of the most fulfilling and rewarding careers. It provides a chance to make a lasting difference in someone’s life and be connected to children’s future growth and success. Dilico employees support children to become healthy and happy people.
ᐊᓂᑭᐃᐧᓇᐣ ᑲᐃᐧᒋᐦᐃᐁᐧᒪᑲᑭᐣ ᑕᔑᑫᐃᐧᓂᐠ
Careers Empowering Communities
Tikinagan Child and Family Services is an Indigenous agency serving Nishnawbe Aski Nation First Nations in the area north of Sioux Lookout. It was created by the Chiefs of this area to provide child protection services that are sensitive to the unique needs of Indigenous children and families, First Nations culture and traditions, and the concept of the extended family.
We value our employees’ education, skills and most importantly their cultural awareness and respect for our service model, Mamow Obiki-ahwahsoowin. Employment opportunities at Tikinagan are vast. There are opportunities to work directly with children and families, in what we call frontline work, or to work “behind the scenes” in areas such as management, administrative support, information technology, data entry, finance or human resources. Our opportunities are full-time or casual and often are great stepping stones to a very fulfilling career.
Join the TSSA and help ensure public safety
We ensure public safety in Ontario by setting some of the highest standards in the world. Our employees take pride knowing that their work makes a difference in the lives of people across Ontario. We are lucky to have highly trained professionals that are rewarded for their hard work. Our roles are varied but we all contribute to a collaborative and professional environment where we are recognized with a comprehensive rewards package.
We are not-for-profit and self-funded organization. Our head office is in Toronto, and we employ approximately 400 employees, 70% of whom work in Operations. We are governed by a 13-member Board of Directors and accountable to the Government of Ontario, the residents of Ontario and our other stakeholders. Since 1997, the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) has delivered public safety services on behalf of the government of Ontario in four key sectors:
- Boilers and pressure vessels, and operating engineers
- Elevating devices, amusement devices and ski lifts
- Power plant
Providing legal, paralegal, public legal education, and law reform services for members of Nishnawbe Aski Nation.
On March 1, 1990, Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Corporation was created to address the shortcomings in the administration of justice within Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN); and to improve access to justice for members of NAN. Since 1990, NALSC has grown steadily and worked hard to develop a professional image, and to hire qualified staff to carry out the corporation’s mandate. Innovative and creative programs have made NALSC a leader, and at times – an example, in alternatives to justice options. NALSC has met with success in these areas. Jobs Archive – Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services (nanlegal.on.ca)
We offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package, which may vary depending on collective agreement parameters and employment status. A regular Full-time package may include the following Health, Dental benefits and Life Insurance, Sickness and Disability, Pension Plan, Tuition Reimbursement, Paid Vacation Time, Paid Sick Time, Free Fitness Centre at HQ and much more. The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board is a unionized environment. For positions affiliated with a bargaining unit, bargaining unit employees will be considered prior to other applicants, in accordance with the applicable collective agreement.
What is SLFNHA?
The Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) serves 33 First Nation communities in the Sioux Lookout region in Ontario, Canada. Mandated by the leadership in these communities, our organization is dedicated to strengthening First Nations by contributing in unique ways to a strong health system for the Anishinabe.
The health system has many partners with varying degrees of responsibility:
- First Nations
- Tribal Councils
- Government of Canada – Treaty responsibilities
- Other health organizations (e.g. Nishnawbe Aski Nation, etc.)
Healthy Careers Grow Here: Careers – Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (slfnha.com)
Imagine working with the world’s largest drilling company. Explore opportunities today.
Whether you need a mineral exploration drilling contractor, water services, or production drilling, you need a contractor with a rock-solid reputation and a track record for safety and innovative solutions. Boart Longyear has been operating safely with integrity and drilling with results since 1890. We consistently deliver innovative solutions to the most technical drilling challenges in some of the most complex operating environments worldwide. We accomplish it through our investment in safety, people, and equipment. Boart Longyear Jobs – Jobs
When you explore Boart Longyear, you’ll discover a team of fellow travelers who are shaping career success above and below the surface. If you are looking for a more rewarding job and a wider platform to work on, you’ve come to the right place. We serve customers worldwide and ship product to more than 100 countries. Our global footprint becomes your career road map. 70% of the earth is covered with water. The rest belongs to us. The people of Boart Longyear are focused on driving exploration technology, building relationships with our key customers, and leveraging our unique products and service mix.
Care Compassion Commitment
St. Joseph’s Care Group is a large and progressive organization, with a rich and dynamic history of 130 years of providing care to the citizens of our community and the region. Operating out of multiple sites throughout Thunder Bay, we specialize in services in complex care, physical rehabilitation, long term care, mental health and addictions.
St. Joseph’s Care Group is known for living its values of Care, Compassion and Commitment. We are continuing a tradition that began more than 130 years ago of meeting the unmet needs of the people of Northwestern Ontario. Located in Thunder Bay, Ontario, we provide services in addictions & mental health, rehabilitative care & chronic disease management, and seniors’ health. We believe in investing in our people, and offer learning and development opportunities, continuing education, competitive compensation, and a welcoming workplace culture.
Committed to Building a Safe Community
The Thunder Bay Police Service is committed to working in partnership with the public to serve and protect our communities in a sensitive, efficient, and effective manner. The Thunder Bay Police Service offers the opportunity for a long and rewarding careers in law enforcement. The Thunder Bay Police Service values diversity and supports inclusion as an equal opportunity employer. The Thunder Bay Police Service is dedicated to developing and promoting professionally skilled employees who reflect the community we serve. We are currently accepting applications for the positions below and encourage all candidates who are seeking a rewarding career in policing, who value diversity and are committed to providing our community with exceptional service to apply.
AETS is part of a nation wide agreement with the Indigenous Skills Employment and Training (ISET) Program Terms and Conditions, and one of the 110 distinct based ISET Program Agreement Holders in Canada (one of 22 in Ontario) as of July 2nd 2019 with the following ISET Program’s goals over the next 10 years:
- Improved skills levels of First Nation Citizens and reduced skills gap
- Improved employment outcomes of First Nation Citizens and reduced employment gap.
The ISET Agreement allows for financial assistance to AETS, to support the costs of programs and services and other activities related to the ISET program and section 63 of the Employment Insurance Act. The objective of the agreement is to increase the participation in the Canadian labour market of the Aboriginal people served in the North Superior Region (Robinson-Superior Treaty). Anishinabek Employment & Training Services – Career Opportunities (aets.org)
Our Service Promise To You
Welcome to Northwest Employment Works. We provide you with one-stop access to employment programs and services through respectful and personalized timely service.
Standards You Can Expect
- caring, respectful environment with access to courteous, helpful, professional and considerate staff
- we will respect your time and work hard to serve you as quickly as possible
- we will engage in discussion with you and listen to your specific needs
- all staff will have accurate up to date information and resources to help you achieve your goals
- we will assist you and follow your progress
- we will respect your right to privacy and the trust you place in us
You Can Help Us Serve You Better By
- providing timely, complete and accurate contact information
- honouring your commitments with us
- providing us with feedback