Employment in Alberta
There are a number of organizations and resources that can help you find work and build your career in Alberta:
For more information about supports and resources in Alberta please visit alberta.ca/Ukraine.
Employment in British Columbia
WorkBC provides employment services for displaced Ukrainians arriving in British Columbia.
Employment in Manitoba
Manitoba Start provides central registration services and Needs and Assets Assessment and Referral Services (NAARS) for all newcomers in Winnipeg. Newcomers settling in rural Manitoba should also contact the settlement provider in their area. See this map for reference.
There are many service providers across MB who provide free employment search support and/or deliver employment programs to newcomers. Click here to see a list.
There are 13 Government of Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development Centres that offer a wide range of services to job seekers. For a list of centres across Manitoba click Province of Manitoba | wd – Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development Centres (gov.mb.ca). These centres offer services to all Manitobans and newcomers. Eligibility for specific programs may be limited by immigration status.
Additional Job Search Resources:
Manitoba Start – Ukraine Initiative
Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce – Newcomer Employment Hub
Economic Development Winnipeg – Ukraine Talent Initiative
Employment in New Brunswick
There are many ways to locate available positions in New Brunswick that would be a good fit for your skills! New Brunswick employers are working with government to provide as much support as possible to Ukrainian newcomers.
Information for Ukranians Outside Canada
If you are not in Canada, you can fill the New Brunswick Ukraine Initiative Form for Employment Opportunities to share your profile with NB employers.
Information for Ukrainians Inside Canada
If you are already in Canada, you can submit your resume by filling this form: Candidates registration-In Canada Recruitment-Ukrainians – Application Form (hiringplatform.ca)
Ukrainians in New Brunswick can also benefit from the guidance of WorkingNB’s employment counsellors. The service is offered throughout the province, and for those with a language barrier, employment counselling services are offered in Ukrainian. If you are already in New Brunswick, please contact WorkingNB for more information.
Additional job search resources:
Employment in Newfoundland and Labrador
Information about provincial employment training programs accessible to displaced Ukrainians in Newfoundland and Labrador will be updated as it becomes available.
Employment in Nova Scotia
Employment in Northwest Territories
Information about provincial employment training programs accessible to displaced Ukrainians in the Northwest Territories will be updated as it becomes available.
Employment in Nunavut
To find information regarding Employment in Nunavut, we recommend you visit the following websites of the Job Bank, the Nunavut Government itself (public jobs and education), the Health sector and various companies at the following links:
Employment in Ontario
Newcomer Job Seekers in Toronto
Employment-related services and support are available for newcomers looking to find work.
Explore Jobs at the City to learn of current opportunities to work for the City of Toronto.
Profession to Profession- Mentoring Immigrants Program
Are you an internationally trained professional living in Toronto who needs help finding work in your specialized field or occupation? The City of Toronto, along with other corporate partners, collaborates with The Mentoring Partnership and a consortium of community agencies to match professionals with skilled immigrants to mentor them for a period of four to six months. Mentors provide job search advice and support to help ease newcomers’ transition into the Canadian job market.
If you are interested in being mentored, please contact The MentoringPartnership to become a mentee.
Benefits of Becoming a Mentee:
Eligibility to Become a Mentee
Assessment & Translation of International Credentials
Assessment services help people who have been educated outside of Canada. The assessment of international education is called ‘credential assessment.’ A credential assessment shows how your education compares with Canadian educational standards.
Credential assessments are essential for people who are applying for school programs or looking for jobs that require post-secondary education. The Ontario government funds World Education Services (WES) to provide these services.
Some professions and trades in Ontario require a specialized assessment process. For information, visit: Ontario Immigration. The site features information on regulatory bodies and getting licensed.
While receiving Ontario Works, you may be able to receive help paying the application costs for a credential assessment. For more information, talk to your caseworker or go to an Employment and Social Services location
Ukrainian Newcomers arriving in the Greater Toronto ad Hamilton Area:
Coming to Ontario from Ukraine
Employment in Prince Edward Island
Information about provincial employment training programs accessible to displaced Ukrainians in Prince Edward Island will be updated as it becomes available.
Employment in Quebec
Employers who wish to offer jobs to displaced Ukrainians in Quebec can refer to this webpage (this link is in French).
Displaced Ukrainians who are looking for employment can visit this webpage.
Employment in Saskatchewan
The Government of Saskatchewan announced it will allow all temporary residents arriving under Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) with a valid work permit to be eligible for Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant (CSJG) and Re-Skill Saskatchewan Training Subsidy (RSTS) funded training. Read the announcement here.
The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training provides job searching, job matching, career planning, and job training services to Saskatchewan residents throughout the province. These supports are designed to develop and match the skills of Saskatchewan workers with the skills needed by Saskatchewan employers. Visit Employment Saskatchewan for more information.
SaskJobs helps newcomers find employment opportunities and takes active part in Ukrainian response. A special hashtag #sksupportsukraine is added by employers to identify that the job posting encourages the displaced Ukrainians to apply although it is not exclusive to these applicants.
The Sunflower Network is a group of volunteer business and community leaders who have come together to help families fleeing the crisis created by Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine. In between others, they offer employment services.