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Halton Region helps unemployed and underemployed people in Halton prepare for, obtain and maintain employment. We work in partnership with companies and organizations in our community to obtain information about the latest market trends and employment opportunities.

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We can help you get the skills you need for today’s job market through our job placement and skills training programs. We can also support you to start your own business, complete high school, enroll in post secondary education or a training program, improve your language skills and upgrade your reading, writing, math and computers skills.

Our goal is to HELP you find and keep the job that is BEST for you.

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We can you help find the employees you need to move your business forward. We can support your hiring needs through a number of services and programs such as FREE job postings, job placement programs and opportunities to participate in our job fairs. Our helpful staff pre-screen, match, and follow up with all the candidates we send your way.

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Testimonials

"Recently our organization need to fill an administrative function with short lead time. After finding Haltonjobs.ca on the internet and being an employer in the region, I thought it would be a great idea to support candidates seeking jobs. The support I received from Bronwyn Spotton amazed me. Not only did she seek out potential candidate but she went the extra step in assisting me to schedule a rushed interviewed. I can only say that I am excited this service exists in our region and I will be using Haltonjobs.ca in any future job posting, as our first approach to seeking candidates."
Aaron Lalvani
President, Lalvani Logistics Inc.


"I am absolutely thrilled with your website, it is extremely easy to use and I got results immediately. I was very impressed with the quality of candidates I got. I will continue to use this site for my future employment needs and will let my fellow business partners in the area know about it as well. Keep up the great work!"
Sandy Uppal
Operations Manager, Quality Hotel Burlington
News & Events

Youth Job Connection

Commencing in September 2016, Employment Halton, will offer intensive, paid training and job placement support to eligible youth between 15 and 29 who are not in work, school or training.

Information sessions are being held through the month of August, to register for one of these please call 905-825-6000 ext. 2777.

Form more information please follow this link Halton.ca/youthjobconnection

 

Employment Halton Job Fair
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Burlington Convention Centre
1120 Burloak Drive, Burlington

The event is open to the public – tell your friends about it. Admission and parking are free.
Come prepared, dress for success and bring copies of your résumé.

Job Seekers: Stay tuned - a list of registered employers will be posted soon

Employers:  to register please click here

 

Employment Halton hours of operation:

Monday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Tuesday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Wednesday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Thursday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Please note that we will be closed on

Monday, August 1st for the Civic Holiday.

Normal business hours will resume on

Tuesday, August 2nd.

The following Employment Ontario Service Provider is open this day:

Goodwill Burlington

4039 New Street
Burlington L7L 1S8
(905) 633-8324 x 221

8:30 am – 4:30 pm

 

OTHER COMMUNITY JOB FAIRS AND EVENTS

 

Dufferin Concrete is holding a job fair for ready mix truck
drivers for its Orangeville Plant:

Date: Saturday, August 27, 2016
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: 635031 Hwy 10, Mono, Ontario L9W 2Z1


Bring with you:
o A copy of your updated resume;
o A copy of your most recent CVOR and Driver’s Abstract;
o Your Driver’s License and 1 other piece of government
issued ID; and
o Wear your safety boots.


Main qualifications:
o You have a valid ‘DZ’ driver’s license with a minimum of one
year of truck driving experience and a clean Driver’s
Abstract and CVOR;
o You can perform circle checks, including air brakes and
operate various transmissions;
o You know and respect the Highway Traffic Act and
municipality by-laws; and
o You can be flexible to work overtime and different shifts as
required.

 
 
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