Need a job?

For job seekers: We help you find meaningful work in a variety of jobs and careers. Get job search help, career readiness training, mentoring and peer groups, and information about working in Canada. Services are available before and after you arrive in Canada.

For employers: We connect you with qualified ready-to-work workers. Partner with us to hire the right employees or learn about becoming a career mentor in your field. Learn more about hiring through MOSAIC.

Available Programs

Join or access these related programs and supports from MOSAIC:

Employment Services

Career Support for Racialized Women

Identify as a racialized woman

Legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial and federal legislation and regulations; and

Unemployed or underemployed

Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons who have been granted refugee status in Canada

English proof of CLB 7 or higher

Available to attend in person training Monday to Friday between 10 am and 4 pm

Preparing Women and Workplaces for Success is a FREE training program that supports racialized women to start or advance their careers.

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Employment Services

Jobs for Youth in BC

between 16-29 years old

a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person (under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, S.C. 2001, c. 27) legally entitled to work in Canada

not receiving financial supports from another provincially or federally funded labour market program.

living in British Columbia

unemployed or precariously employed

The MOSAIC Fast Track to Manufacturing Plus (F2M Plus) Program helps youth (age 16-29) find a career in Canada.

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Employment Services

Job Search Support & Resources

personnes francophones (services disponibles en français)

persons with a disability

youth and at-risk youth

Indigenous people

persons with multiple barriers


survivors of violence and/or abuse

WorkBC helps you find and keep a job as quickly as possible. We help you build your skills and confidence through one-on-one and group support and resources.

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Employment Services

Immigrant Internship Program

recent immigrant within the last 5 years

have a postsecondary certificate, diploma, or degree

be unemployed or underemployed

possess 3 years relevant international work experience

have professional working proficiency in English

currently reside within Metro Vancouver

The WorkXP Internship Program helps immigrants use their international work experience to get a job in Canada. Learn more about becoming an intern or hiring one.

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Employment Services

Supporting Immigrants in Community Participation – SCOPE Program

have strong English skills (CLB 7+)

identify as a racialized immigrant

be passionate about social and civic engagement.

have solid work and/or volunteering experience

have the flexibility to attend training every other Saturday for four months

previous experience serving on boards and committees is an asset

SCOPE helps immigrants in Canada to positively impact their communities by engaging in social & civic initiatives such as boards, committees

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Employment Services

Employment Services in BC

permanent residents (10 years or less)

unemployed or underemployed

living anywhere in BC

skilled immigrants: 1+ years related experience

English level: CLB 5+

The Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants program provides employment services in BC. Use your education and skills to get a job in your field. Learn more now.

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Settlement Services
Employment Services

Pre-arrival Services – Settlement

applied for immigration to Canada as a principal applicant, spouse or adult dependant and have one of the following:

a passport request letter with permanent resident visa issuance

a permanent resident visa pick up notification letter

an IRCC invitation to get pre-arrival services

an IRCC request that an applicant for permanent residence complete a medical examination

an Offer of Employment to a Foreign National (Atlantic Immigration Pilot)

confirmation of permanent residence (COPR) letter/document

a single entry permanent resident visa

Are you moving to Canada soon? The Planning for Canada program provides Canada pre-arrival services including resources on settlement and employment.

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Employment Services

Career Mentoring for Newcomers to Canada

English at LINC 6 level or higher (CLB 5+)

lived in Canada less than five years

clear employment goals

2 years experience in your profession in another country

permanent residents, Refugees, Refugee Claimants

Looking to re-enter your field in Canada? Workplace Connections Mentoring Program help newcomers to Canada connect with career mentors. Become a Mentee today.

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Upcoming Events

Add these upcoming events from MOSAIC to your calendar. We look forward to seeing you there.

Related Resources

View our Resources page for more helpful information to help you settle in Canada:

Fast Track to Manufacturing Plus Program Brochure

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Refugee Employment Support Services Flyer

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