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Become an Early Childhood Educator (ECE)
Become an Early Childhood Educator (ECE) – Province of British Columbia (gov.bc.ca)
Learn about Trades training and certification options
Trades Training BC – The Hub for BC’s Public Trades Training Programs & Schedules
Okanagan College – local trades training and apprenticeship
Trades and Apprenticeship | Okanagan College
Serving It Right – for servers and food/beverage managers.
Serving It Right Course | Responsible Service BC (gov.bc.ca)
Health Care Assistants (HCA’s)
Learn about becoming a frontline care provider for home support agencies or residential care facilities.
BC Care Aide & Community – Home (cachwr.bc.ca)
Become a nurse or midwife
Learn about your responsibilities and how you can contribute to a healthy and safe work environment
For workers – WorkSafeBC
We believe that company success starts with great employees!
Yes, you are encouraged to apply for any positions that you are qualified for and interested in.
Yes, if you have applied to the Talent Pool, it is still a good idea to apply for specific positions that interest you. The Work-Hub Talent Pool can only match candidates with employers that are within our client network, and we are a third-party representative for many of the postings on our board.
Yes, to be considered for postings you must complete the “apply form” and submit a resume.
The Work-Hub Shuswap is a local hub to connect local candidates with local work opportunities. If you are not local but plan to be relocating to the Shuswap area, please apply with us.
You will receive a confirmation once you apply for a position. If you do not receive this, your submission may not have been received and you are encouraged to try again.
Due to high volumes, only candidates short-listed for further screening or interview will be contacted. The Work-Hub cannot take calls regarding the status of your application. If you wish to follow up about something, we encourage you to “talk to us” in the footer on the main page, and please be specific about your questions. Someone will respond to you within 3 business days.
Visit the “Job Board” for current positions and follow the prompts to “apply”. Candidates with incomplete application forms or resumes will not be considered.
When you apply for the talent pool you will be asked specific questions about your background, education, availability and wage expectation on the application form. This information will be used to match your resume with job openings in the Work-Hub client network. By completing your application for the Talent Pool, you are agreeing to have your resume and application shared with our clients.
You may be contacted by a Work-Hub representative, or by an employer who you have been matched with about potential work opportunities. Your application will remain on file for 8 weeks, at which time you will need to reapply if you have not found work. Note that if you have not found work in 8 weeks, we encourage you to connect with support resources in the Shuswap community to help, such as WorkBC, (250) 804 – 4770.
If you have applied for various positions or with the Talent Pool and you are not receiving call backs, we suggest that you explore the following options:
You may be contacted by a Work-Hub representative, or an employer that you have applied, or been matched with.
If the job-ad suggests that applications will be accepted in person, then yes. Otherwise, you are encouraged to follow the instructions in the job ad. Many employers are not set up to receive or meet candidates throughout the business day and this can be disruptive.