JOB SEARCH AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT
The “guide” from Ottawa Job Path
Comprehensive guide to available services for newcomers-immigrants in Ottawa
Working in Canada is the Government of Canada’s leading source for jobs and labour market information. It offers users free occupational and career information such as job opportunities, educational requirements, main duties, wage rates and salaries, current employment trends, and outlooks.
The site can help people search for work, make career decisions, see what jobs will be in demand, and much more. Employers can also advertize jobs for free.
data.gc.ca provides one-stop access to Government of Canada data and information.
Finding understandable information about the entire world of work and how it is organized can be difficult. The purpose of the Career Handbook is to provide useful, reliable and accessible information about occupations to counsellors and their clients.
Ontario Job Futures is a publication which provides information on the current trends and future outlook for 190 occupations common to Ontario. It is a joint effort of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and of Service Canada – Ontario Region.
Job Search Websites :
Submit resume and receive notifications for jobs that you’re qualified for, based on your skills.
Non-Profit Sector Jobs
EMPLOYMENT CENTERS AND JOB READINESS PROGRAMS
Nine agencies in eleven different locations in Ottawa can offer you a full range of employment services in both official languages. You can access the employment assistance that you need at a location in your area.
Offers programs and services that assist immigrants, refugees and newcomers in increasing their employability in the Canadian job market
Offers services for internationally trained doctors
Career transition program for international legal professionals
PQCHC Employment Services
YMCA-YWCA Employment Services
PROFESSIONAL REGULATORY AUTHORITIES:
Career map for internationally trained pharmacists:
Career map for internationally trained medical doctors:
Career map for internationally trained engineer:
Career map for internationally trained lawyer:
Sector specific job site
Career map for internationally trained teachers:
Career map for internationally trained accountants:
Academic World and Credentials
Academics program by university
Links to colleges and universities
Application service for Ontario’s public colleges
International Credential Assessment
Language assessment and referral Centres
Community and Health Resource Centres CHRCs:
Global Experience Ontario (GEO): Live Webinars
Join one of our free live webinars and find out how to work as a licensed and registered engineer, accountant, teacher, early childhood educator, social worker or in the skilled trades in Ontario.