Find talent using the WorkBC Job Board

Finding the right people is essential to having a successful business. 

WorkBC’s job board is partnering with Employment and Social Development Canada's National Job Bank to improve how you connect with job seekers. As an employer in British Columbia, there will be some changes in how you post jobs to

Upcoming changes 

Starting December 7, 2021, all new employers to WorkBC will register with the National Job Bank. If you already have an employer's account with WorkBC, you can continue to post jobs as usual. Open postings on the WorkBC Job Board will remain available until the final update in February.

On January 11, 2022, all existing employers will need to create an account with the National Job Bank. Once you have an account there, you can start posting your jobs. Unfortunately, we are not able to move over any existing accounts to the National Job Bank.

NOTE: If you’re an existing employer using job postings with WorkBC as part of a program application that requires a posting to be available for a certain amount of time, it’s best for you to post your positions with the National Job Bank right away.

On February 9, 2022, a new WorkBC job board will launch in partnership with the National Job Bank. Any postings that employers list in B.C. on the National Job Bank will appear on the WorkBC job board, along with postings from external job boards, like LinkedIn.

To learn more, refer to Frequently Asked Questions for Employers.

No need to wait! Register with the National Job Bank as soon as possible.

Advantages of partnering with the National Job Bank

As an employer in B.C., you will:

  • Get more exposure to qualified job seekers from across Canada.
  • Continue to post jobs at no cost.
  • Be able to invite job seekers to apply to jobs and fill positions faster.
  • Receive real-time data on job posting progress.
  • Have postings available in both French and English.