Job Resources

Accessible Employment BC

This is a free resource for all users – employers who want to submit and update job listings, and job seekers, who can post resumes for potential employers to view and set up alerts to be notified when positions in their interest areas become available.

Built Network

Built Network empowers individuals with personal and professional skills in a supportive environment, which leads to increased self-esteem, confidence and self-reliance.

BC Centre for Ability: Employment Resource Centre

Vocational Programs for youth and adults are designed to support people with disabilities to get access to training or employment. The Centre supports adults of working age, legally entitled to work in Canada with a disability or a chronic health condition.

Global Network Personnel

Global Network Personnel is a licensed employment agency based in Vancouver, BC, founded and owned by Marites (Tess) Ancheta. GNP's main focus is healthcare, providing livin-in or live out caregivers to fulfil full-time, part-time and on-call positions.

IAM Cares Society

Employment services.

Jewish Family Service Agency

‘JFSA’s Employment Services Department assists clients in their job search through various programs, including career exploration & coaching, planning, and employment workshops. JFSA establishes relationships with employers and provides them with customized recruitment solutions that meet their business needs

Neil Squire Society

Neil Squire Society uses technology, knowledge and passion to empower Canadians with disabilities.

Open Door Group

The Open Door Group - formerly TheoBC - envisions a world where people achieve personal independence without limitations. Describing itself as a business-oriented, non-profit organization, it aims to enhance personal growth and economic independence for British Columbians.

Partners for Workplace Inclusion Program

PWIP provides job seekers with disabilities with tools to prepare for a career or secure employment.

Tradeworks Training Society

skill training for people seeking employment

Vancity A.C.E.D. (Advice & coaching for Entrepreneurs with Disabilities)

The Vancity ABLED program, backed By Western Economic Diversification Canada, aims to provides the entrepreneur with a disability viable options for financing either the launch or expansion of a small business, while also providing through business planning training, coaching, or mentoring.

WorkBC Career Zone Youth

Information & support for job seekers aged 16 to 30.

WorkBC Employment Services Centres

"Our Employment Services Centres are here to support you in getting a job as quickly as possible — and keeping it." See list of services centres.