Chase & District Employment Centre
Recent Postings
Nationwide Appliance Plus is seeking a Part-time delivery driver required for 1 -2 days per week. No evenings or weekends. Must be able to lift heavy items, work independently, Problem solve and have great customer service skills. Some yard maintenance and building maintenance is also required. Please apply in person with resume. No phone calls
Chase BC
Trades, Transport, Construction, Labourers
Bavarian House is seeking Prep Cook/ Dishwasher
Chase BC
Food Services, Hospitality, Tourism
Carpenters Helper
Ed’s Renovations is seeking 2 carpenters helpers for: Renovations, foundations, roofing, demolition, finishing, carpentry experience is an asset
Chase + Shuswap area
Trades, Transport, Construction, Labourers
Meet and greet visitors at RHB cabin. Maintain cabin cleanliness. Assist in Group Tours & Interpretive Programs
Roderick Haig Brown Park
Food Services, Hospitality, Tourism

Welcome to the Chase & District Employment Centre
Are you looking for work? Considering a career change? Upgrading Skills?
Considering Self-Employment? An employer looking for skilled employees?

We are a work search centre and we are here to help YOU get started in the work force.

Whether you are a student looking for a career, returning to the work force or want to find out about self-employment, we can help you!

We offer Workshops to prepare a modern Cover Letter and Resume, teach the art of Self Marketing & Networking – Practical Ways to Improve your Chances of Securing Employment. Prepare you for an Interview with our Essential Interview Skills - to present yourself as the best prospect for the position. Digging Deeper – to understand if your Career Direction is the Right Fit for you. Starting a New Job – how to make the best impression, and more. These are only a few of the services we offer – contact us for more information.

If you are searching or applying for work we will assist with paper work, job search, faxing much more.

Give us a call, it's all about YOU!

The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the
Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia