Current Employment Opportunities
|Cashier/Receptionist (FT Term) [PDF - 248 KB]||2017-06||
Apr 3, 2017
|All Casual Opportunities [PDF - 140 KB]||2017-01||
Dec 28, 2017
All postings close at 4:30 pm on the closing date.
To view a current posting, click on the position title.
All posting files are in pdf format.
Previous Employment Opportunities
|Program Leaders (2 Positions)||2017-05||Filled|
|Public Works Labourer||2016-26||Cancelled|
|Sustainability Coordinator||2016-25||On Hold|
|Recreation Program Manager||2016-22||Filled|
Screening: Posting has closed and applications are being short-listed
Interviewing: Short-listed candidates have been contacted for interview
Final Process: Reference checking and/or testing being conducted and a job offer is pending
Filled: The competition is closed and the position has been filled
On Hold: For a variety of reasons, recruitment has been suspended
Cancelled: Posting has been cancelled
General Application Forms
- Employment Application Form [PDF - 24 KB]
- Student Employment Application Form [PDF - 18 KB]
- Paid-on-Call Fire Fighter Application Form [PDF - 38 KB]
Personnel inquiries can be directed to the Human Resources, Safety & Research Officer
Erin La Vale at (250) 774-2541 ext 2039.
Other Local Employment Resources
Fort Nelson Employment Services, funded by the Province of British Columbia, is located in the Fort Nelson Friendship Centre. Helpful staff will be able to assist you in your employment search.
www.fortnelsonemployment.ca | E-mail | Phone: (250) 774-3114
JobSearchOnline is a great resource for those looking for work in the area. This website provides not only great educational resources, but hosts job opportunities in all of North-East BC.
The Fort Nelson News, our local weekly newspaper, has a regular employment section. You can subscribe to the Fort Nelson News paper or electronic edition by visiting their website: www.fortnelsonnews.ca
Jobs Open is a regional job board that many local companies use to post current opportunities.
Provincial Online Resources
This comprehensive online service for job seekers and employers brings together a wide range of resources including five main sections: career pathways, job seekers, employers, service providers, and labour market statistics. Employers will find information on hiring and retaining workers including resources on training, skills development, sources of labour, and tips on performance management.
The Employment and Labour Market Services branch of the Ministry of Housing and Social Development provides assistance to eligible employers through several different programs such as:
- Targeted Wage Subsidies to provide employers with incentives to hire eligible individuals they would not normally hire,
- Labour Market Partnerships to provide assistance to organizations involved in labour force adjustment and planning activities in the public interest, and
- Job Creation Partnerships with community organizations to deliver specific training or job-specific projects.