Chase & District Employment Centre
 
   
Client & Employer Services
 
OFFICE HOURS
Chase & District Employment Centre
822 Shuswap Ave. (across from the People's Drug & Grocery store on main street)
Chase, BC
Open: Monday to Friday (closed all stat. holidays)
9:00am to 4:30pm

Computer Lab hours:
9:00 am to 4:15 pm daily


 
SELF-SERVE SERVICES
No Fee Services For Work Search

~ Faxing, Photocopying
~ Access to computers to e-mail Job Applications from your e-mail account
~ Internet Job Listings and Job Search
~ View Job Boards with District and Area Listings
~ Self-Employment Information
~ Information Regarding College / Training Courses
~ Up-Grading existing Skills
~ GED (General Education Development) information
~ Financial Assistance information
~ College & University information
~ "Serving It Right" test booklets available

USE OUR COMPUTER LAB FOR ON-LINE ACCESS TO:
~ Service Canada and BC Government Forms & Programs
~ Labour Market Information
 
EMPLOYMENT FOCUSED WORKSHOPS
Employment Focused Workshops

~ Job Journey Planning
~ Making the Labour Market Work for You!
~ Job Search Solutions
~ Self-Marketing & Networking - Practical Ways to Improve your Chances of Securing Employment
~ Essential Interview Skills
~ Digging Deeper - Understanding if Your Career Direction is the Right Fit
~ Starting a New Job

Please contact us if you are interested in attending.
 
CASE-MANAGEMENT SERVICES
** APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED TO SEE EMPLOYMENT ADVISERS **

~ Career Decision Making
~ Skill Enhancement
~ Job Search Strategies
~ Job Maintenance
~ Resume & Cover Letter - Content & Purpose
~ Interview Preparation
~ Labour Market Research
~ Re-entering the Workforce
~ "CAREER CRUISING" - Computer Assisted Career Counseling
 
EMPLOYER SERVICES
We can help with

~ Posting Jobs on our Website and Job Boards on your behalf

~ We can collect Resumes on your behalf by fax, e-mail and in person

~ Access to Government Hiring Programs and Wage Subsidy Programs

~ On-line services for business, application and/or informational forms
 
The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the
Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia