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Finding Jobs at Canadian Company Websites

Canadian Company websites are among the best sources of  noth american job listings, especially if you know what companies you are interested in working for. You can go directly to the source and search for and apply for jobs online directly on many company websites. At most company sites, you can apply for all level positions online – from part-time hourly jobs to top management positions.

Employers ranging from  Bell Phone  to Hudson Bay chain  have jobs online, so does the government (both federal and Provincial), non-profit organizations, and schools.

Getting to the Company Website

There are several ways to find company websites:

Check Company Profiles – these company profiles have career and employment information for many top employers.
Try the Company Name – Many large companies’ URLS are the companyname.com, so that’s a good option to try.
Google the Company Name and Jobs – Enter the company name plus jobs, such as Zellers or Canadian Tire  jobs, in Google’s search box and the jobs section of the website should be among the first results.
•Check .Jobs – Companies are using the .jobs extension to direct job seekers directly to their company information. Enter or search for “companyname.jobs” to see if the company you’re interested in is using it.
•Use Canada Look Up – Job search engine reverse L ook Up searches just for jobs on company web sites.

How to Search Company Websites

Jobs are typically listed in the Careers section of the employer’s website. Job and Career information may be in a seperate section (Careers) or could be under the About Us section.

Just about every company has detailed employment information including job openings, an employment application, company locations, benefits, and how to apply online.

Careers Section

The following information is typically available for job seekers:

•Career options and career paths
•Current job openings
•Job search system
•Job application forms
•Benefits information
•Diversity information
•College recruiting information
About Us Section

The About Us section of employer web sites is is useful for finding out about the company history, financial stability, products and services, management, as well as information about the company culture and how you will fit in.

Apply for Jobs

When the company lists jobs on its website, you’ll find instructions for how to apply for open positions. The job application system will step you the process of applying.

Find More Company Information

Don’t stop there. Use the websites that provide company information to further research the company and to find connections who can help you get hired. Those sites include:
• Linkedin
•Twitter
• Facebook
•YouTube

No Job Listings?

If you’re not able to find job listings on the company website, and you may not because not all employers list job openings online, use the job search engines to check (search by company name) for job openings at your employer of interest.

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

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Cómo funciona el sistema migratorio para Canadá?

Canadá cuenta con dos servicios de inmigración, uno que es a nivel Federal y los programas de cada una de las provincias.

¿Cómo se clasifican las visas para Canadá?

Las visas para poder entrar a Canadá se clasifican en:

•Visas Temporales (Turismo, Tránsito o Negocios)
•Visas de Residencia Permanente.
En las siguientes secciones de este sitio encontrara información detallada sobre cada uno de los tipos de visa.

Permiso para Trabajar en Canadá

Este es un punto muy importante, la embajada de Canadá  no puede dar información acerca de las oportunidades de trabajo en el país, como regla general las personas que desean obtener un permiso de trabajo deberán de contar con una oferta de trabajo por parte de una empresa canadiense . Generalmente es necesaria la aprobación del gobierno canadiense para permitir los permisos de trabajo. El conocimiento de uno de los 2 idiomas oficiales del país (inglés o francés) es requisito para poder conseguir un permiso de trabajo.

Exámenes médicos requeridos para ingresar a Canadá.

Un examen médico es generalmente requerido para todas las personas que deseen permanecer más de 6 meses en Canadá, antes de hacerte cualquier tipo de examen médico espera a que la embajada te de las instrucciones adecuadas y la lista de los médicos que están autorizados para hacer estos exámenes.

Visa de Residente Permanente – Trabajador Calificado

¿Qué es el Programa Caregiver (nana o ninera)?

El programa de “caregivers”, nanas o niñeras es único en el mundo, por medio de este programa el gobierno canadiense otorga permisos de trabajo temporales a personas que tnegan experiencia en el cuidado de niños o de personas mayores. Cada año la población canadiense envejece más y necesita cuidados especiales, es por eso que se requieren los servicios de estas personas.

¿Cual es la diferencia entre el Programa Federal Versus el Programa de Québec?

En el Programa Federal:

•Necesitas un mínimo de 67 puntos para calificar.
•debes demostrar el nivel de inglés y/o francés al momento de meter la solicitud para el conocimiento del inglés el examen es el IELTS (International English Language Testing System) y/o  para el dominio del francés el examen es el TEF (Test d’Evaluation de Francais).
•No se obtienen puntos sólo por visitar Canadá
•Si no alcanza el puntaje, debe enfocarse en las áreas donde su puntaje fue bajo, por ejemplo, estudiar francés, mejorar su inglés, conseguir una oferta de trabajo, etc.
•Si tiene el puntaje, aunque no es una garantía que la visa sea otorgada, es casi un hecho que lo será.
En el Programa de la provincia de Quebec:

•Cada categoría tiene un puntaje diferente, pero en general se dice que 65 puntos son suficientes.
•Es obligatorio el dominio del idioma francés
•No se requiere demostrar el nivel de francés hasta el día de la entrevista.
•El sólo hecho de visitar la provincia te otorga puntos.

Si necesitas  información de empleo  recomendamos que te subscribas a la base de datos de empleadores y firmas en Canadá

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, Editor-in-Chief, IA and  a business facilitator. She  has been writing on legal research and Canada immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com
 

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Canada government-sponsored French class

In all of Canada, except Quebec and a few very small pockets in New Brunswick and Manitoba, English is the language of the masses. There are elementary schools teaching entirely or partly in French all over Canada, some operated by orders of nuns and some seculars. You would find it quite difficult to find someone in Toronto who speaks French on a day to day basis.

You would have better luck finding someone to speak Mandarin/Cantonese, Punjabi, Spanish, Urdu etc, etc as Toronto is one of the world’s great multi-cultural cities. In  Montreal, Quebec, there are many free French classes. You could definitely learn how to speak daily French.

There are many different kinds of ESL programs and (FSL) programs in Ontario, check the  above links to get information.

What different kinds of ESL programs are available?

Where can I learn French?
 

Helpful Links:

Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks
A nonprofit organization established to promote the coherence, effectiveness and consistency of adult English as a second language (ESL) and French as a second language (FSL) instruction across Canada.

Council of Second Language Programs in Canada
This Web site provides information about studying French or English in Canada. You will find links to various college and university ESL/FSL programs from across the country.

French Evening Course (10 weeks) at Ministry of Mission   Non Profit in Toronto