Jobs on Market in Winnipeg and Jobs on 9th in Brandon - helps individuals who are applying for or receiving Employment and Income Assistance (EIA) to find a job. Staff provide quick support to participants to identify service needs, make referrals, and encourage progress throughout the job search. On-site services include resume development, identifying job leads, voicemail services, and direct marketing to employers. Programming is offered at two locations:
Manitoba Jobs and Skills Centres Training and Employment Services - offer a wide range of employment and training services through 13 Centres situated throughout Manitoba. Call 204-945-0575 (Winnipeg) or Toll-free 1-866-332-5077 or email email@example.com.
Winnipeg (bilingual services available)
- Downtown Centre: 100-111 Lombard Ave.
- South Centre: 1005 St. Mary’s Rd.
- Morden Centre (bilingual services available): 1-160 Stephen St.
- Portage la Prairie Centre: 1016 Saskatchewan Ave. E.
- Steinbach Centre (bilingual services available): 321 Main St.
- Gimli Centre: 2nd Floor, 62-2nd Ave.
- Selkirk Centre: 100-260 Superior Ave.
- Dauphin Centre: 135A 2nd Ave. NE
- Swan River Centre: 1431-1st St. N.
- Brandon Centre (bilingual services available): 127-340 9th St.
- Thompson Centre: North Centre Mall, 118-3 Station Rd.
- Flin Flon Centre: 143 Main St.
- The Pas Centre: 305 4th St. W.
Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities - offers a wide range of employment services to assist adults with disabilities in preparing for, obtaining, and maintaining employment. Email EAPD@gov.mb.ca, or call 204-945-0575 or Toll-Free 1-866-332-5077; TTY/TDD Relay Service 1-800-855-0511.
Manitoba Youth Job Centres - provide community-based summer employment referral services throughout rural and northern Manitoba. Local employers, as well as students and youth from 12 to 29, receive free assistance matching qualified job seekers with summer employment. Offices are open each year from mid-May to late-August.
STEP Services - is the official student employment referral service for the Government of Manitoba. Eligible post-secondary students can find full- and part-time jobs with government departments, agencies, and Crown corporations throughout the year across the province.
Free online resources - find jobs in:
Canada Benefits at Service Canada – offers you help getting back to work, temporary income support, and skills training. Canada benefits can help connect you with appropriate programs and services – truly a one-stop shop. Similarly, you will find information to help with your housing and health needs whether you are a newcomer to Canada, a person with a disability, or an Indigenous person.
Manitoba Student Aid - is a government program that provides federal and provincial supplemental financial assistance in the form of loans, grants and bursaries to help pay for full-time and part-time post-secondary education costs. Call 204-945-6321, or visit 401-1181 Portage Ave. (Winnipeg) or 362-240 9th St. (Brandon), Monday to Friday 8:30a.m to 4:30 pm.
CdEM Employabilité – a program administered by the Economic Development Council for Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities (CDEM) that helps French-speaking clients develop employment skills to find and keep a job. They also offer a suite of programming for youth. Call 204-925-2320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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