Summer’s Ended, Work is Drying Up… See below.

Spend the late fall and winter months getting ready for The Next Wave.

MATRIX Youth Employment starting in November.

Apply now!

What is WORKBC?

WorkBC services in Princeton are full service Employment Resource Centre services.  This means, that we have resources for the independent job searcher: such as Computer and Printer access, Copy & Faxing services, Job Board for local and regional jobs, Tip Sheets and more!.  In addition to the Independent Services, if you need some additional help we have Case Management services where you will work 1-1 with an Employment Advisor who can aid in resume, cover letter and job search general.  There are more specialized services available to those who qualify such as access to Training, Self Employment and Wage Subsidy’s.

If you are unemployed or “underemployed” – working less than 20 hours per week, and need an extra hand, book an appointment with an Employment Advisor.  

See you soon!

 

A VERY ACTIVE JOB MARKET!

If you are wondering if there are any jobs in Princeton, the answer is YES!.  Our job board is full of great opportunities from entry level hospitality & service, to general labour, and further to some exceptional career opportunities.  Stop in at the WorkBC resource area in the Princeton Skills Centre at 206 Vermilion Avenue and check this job board out!!

If you need resume assistance there are resources and knowledgeable people to give you a hand.  See you Monday!!

CUSTOMER SERVICE POSITIONS AVAILABLE!!

We have counted 21 LOCAL Customer Service positions that are posted on our job board right now.  If you are looking for some seasonal employment to beef up your finances, or are re-entering the workforce after an absence or maybe for the first time, this is VERY GOOD NEWS.

Stop in at the WorkBC Resource Centre, have a look, polish up your resume and let us help you connect with your next job.

Temporary Posting – Administrative Assistant

The Princeton Skills Centre is seeking a Temporary Administrative person to fill a vacancy until roughly September 2017.   Our office hours are 8:30am – 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. The position will range from part time to full hours during this temporary assignment.

The full posting is available on the WorkBC job board in our centre.  Stop down to read more.  This position will be posted until a suitable candidate is found.  Please no phone calls or in person inquiries.  Submit a resume as outlined on the posting.

 

SNAPSHOT OF THE LOCAL JOB BOARD

Local Business is Gearing UP for an awesome summer in Princeton!

7 LOCAL Business’s are hiring in the HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY alone; resulting in 11 possible positions, such as Servers, Cooks and Guest Service Specialists.   So if  it’s true,  that only 20% of jobs get posted, and 80% are HIDDEN… then that leaves our local Job Market with ____ How many actual Jobs?   Let us help you do the MATH.  Come in to see us TODAY to access HIDDEN Job Market!!!

 

MATRIX HOSPITALITY/SERVICE COHORT – APRIL 2017

Matrix Employment program is accepting applications for the next intake which focuses on work in the Service industry.  FREE certifications First Aid, Foodsafe, Serving it Right, Cashier Certification, Customer Service Essentials.  This is a FREE program of employability skills training and essential industry certifications delivered at the Princeton Skills Centre through program funding from the Canada-British Columbia Jobs Fund.   

Eligibility is restricted to those who have not had an EI claim in the last 3 years, and are currently unemployed.  Perfect for recent graduates, and those workers who have not established an EI claim.

Call Leah at the Skills Centre or stop in to discuss your suitability for this program and its suitability for your career plans.  Delivery timeline is beginning February through mid March.

APPLICATIONS STILL BEING ACCEPTED: MATRIX EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM & CERTIFICATIONS

Matrix Employment program is accepting applications for the next intake.  This is a FREE program of employability skills training and essential industry certifications delivered at the Princeton Skills Centre through program funding from the Canada-British Columbia Jobs Fund.  

Eligibility is restricted to those who have not had an EI claim in the last 3 years, and are currently unemployed.  Perfect for recent graduates, and those workers who have not established an EI claim.

Call Leah at the Skills Centre or stop in to discuss your suitability for this program and its suitability for your career plans.  Delivery timeline is beginning February through mid March.

Canada Student Summer Jobs Grant for Employers

Calling all Employers.  If you are interested in hiring a student for the summer 2017, consider applying for a grant to assist in the costs.  Deadline for application is January 20, 2017!