Get started on your career in B.C.
Are you thinking of moving back to B.C. or making B.C. your new home? We have jobs, skills training and other tools that will help you make your decision and find your fit in B.C's diverse and strong economy. It's a great time to explore a career in the Province of B.C.
Discover job opportunities on the WorkBC Job Board
Use B.C.’s most comprehensive job board to explore postings and find a job
- Search for jobs by location, salary range, industry, occupation and job type.
- Browse employer profiles and postings.
- Apply directly to employers for jobs.
Once you create a WorkBC account
- Receive job alerts when new jobs are posted.
- Save and manage your favourite jobs and searches.
Get in-person or self-serve help
In B.C., there are 85 WorkBC Employment Services Centres and over 100 satellite offices to help you find and keep a job. Access employment services including job-search resources, personal employment planning, skills assessment, training (including apprenticeship) and work experience placement. Find a centre near you with this interactive map
or use the online self-serve tool
. Get help
Connect with apprenticeship jobs
Our Apprentice Job Match tool matches job seekers and employers, based on trades programs and levels of certification. Sign up to get automatic updates. Access Apprentice Job Match
Get ready for your trade training program
Need to upgrade or complete high school level courses before you can start your trade program? Find a post-secondary institution or school near you that offers adult upgrading courses
Can't decide which career is right for you? Browse our career profiles to learn the job specifics for 500 different occupations. Explore career profiles
New to British Columbia?
Moving to a new province or country can be challenging. WelcomeBC’s Newcomers' Guide
has the information you and your family need to settle in B.C. quickly and easily. Visit WelcomeBC.ca
Do you have a question? You can contact us.
Phone: 250-952-6914 Toll Free: 1-877-952-6914
or Online Chat
Skills and Training
Industry Training Authority
The Industry Training Authority (ITA) works with employers, employees, industry, labour, training providers, and government to issue credentials, manage apprenticeships, set program standards, and increase careers in trades in B.C. The ITA also offers specialized trades programs for Indigenous people, women and youth. Visit the ITA online today.
Trade Seat Finder
The online Trades Seat Finder
on TradesTrainingBC has up-to-date information on where to find open trade seats in B.C.
Find construction careers
Want a job in construction? Skilled Trades Employment Program or STEP
focuses on finding motivated, trained, and ready-to-work candidates for construction employers with jobs to fill.