Even if your company is based elsewhere, you may list the opportunities that you are offering within British Columbia. You may not list opportunities outside of B.C.
WorkBC Jobs is meant for companies offering employment in B.C. only.
You can have more than one location for your company, but only one of these can be listed as your headquarters. Please choose one location that will be listed as your head office.
To add a new location:
Companies may add one or more contacts at any time. If you are attempting to create a new account and add your business number, WorkBC Jobs will recognize the number and allow you to add yourself as a new contact at your company. Your name will show as a contact when your company gives WorkBC approval to add your name and contact details to the account.
Yes. If you previously used the Job Bank all the same rules apply on WorkBC. If you wish to hire a Caregiver from outside of Canada you still need to post the job on WorkBC for a minimum of 14 days so Canadian citizens have a chance to apply before you search abroad. After this time has passed you may print out your ad and use it as part of your Labour Market Opinion application.
In order to help ease your transition over to WorkBC, we have imported a large portion of employer accounts from Job Bank. If you discover that your company is already registered on our website please follow these instructions.
Enter your workspace and manage/edit the job you want the document removed from. Scroll down the page until you see the words "Upload Documents." Click on the light grey text below and a small window will appear that will list the documents that you have uploaded. Click the red "X" next to do document you want removed and it will be removed from the posting. Remember to update your ad when you are finished.
All of the job postings listed on this site are based in BC. To access postings outside of BC, use the external sites tab on the Search Results page.
To search for jobs from Work BC’s home page:
NOC numbers vary in length from one to four digits:
Double-digit numbers identify a major group, which can be one of 26 different a career categories. e.g.:
Three-digit numbers represent a minor group, which can be one of 140 sub-categories with a major group. e.g.:
Four-digit numbers represent a specific career within a minor group. e.g.:
WorkBC provides descriptive information about careers and industries to give an up-to-date overview of each career group. Please use the estimates and projections on Work BC as guidelines only. Labour market and economic conditions change so quickly that it’s not recommended to base education or career decisions on just one source of information.
Work BC contains career resources for those who are legally permitted to work in Canada including:
WorkBC features one of the most up-to-date repositories of job postings. The website stores a large collection of postings from employers as well as links to other online postings that the site constantly scans for on the internet.
Data from the Census of Canada and Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey are the primary sources of detailed labour market statistic information on WorkBC. The last Census of Canada took place in 2011. The next Census of Canada will take place in 2016.
The National Occupational Classification (NOC 2006) system is a framework for organizing and classifying careers in Canada. The NOC system groups jobs according to skill level and skill type and assigns each a two-digit, three-digit and four-digit occupational code.
The four-digit numbers that appear next to career profile names (e.g., NOC 3213) are career codes from the National Occupational Classification (NOC) system.
The NOC provides a nationally recognized method for classifying and organizing careers. The NOC’s career descriptions are developed and updated in partnership with Statistics Canada every five years, in-line with census cycles. The system is based on research and consultations conducted across Canada to reflect the changing labour market.
Forecasts for career growth are based on aspects of the population, labour market and economic factors. The most important factor is the state of B.C.’s economy and the growth potential of the province's industries.
The statistics presented in the Work BC career and industry profiles is gathered from the Census of Canada, the Annual Labour Force Survey and from the Canadian Occupational Projection System (COPS).
An Employer Job Posting Manager has the ability to post, edit, and delete posted jobs, as well as to view the company profile, company dashboard and agency info.
The “Job Information” fields allow you to enter lists of benefits, skill requirements and education/certification requirements. Each list of items will appear as a bulleted list in the job description.
You will find a notepad icon on the right hand side of any item on a management page. The notepad allows you to enter a comment for an item and the icon will contain a red checkmark once you have entered and saved that text.
Work BC’s career profiles allow you to compare the following aspects of two careers side by side on screen:
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