Employment Resources

CareerBuilder.ca is a popular job bank and search portal with job postings throughout Canada.

Electronic Labour Exchange  
The Electronic Labour Exchange (ELE) is an exciting job matching service offered by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC).

JOB Canada
Job Canada is the first online employment listing to advertise positions in a paper print layout. Listings are updated every Friday at 4pm. Job Canada is targeted at Toronto and surrounding areas.

This site from the Government of Canada has numerous resources to help job seekers find an opportunity that is right for them.

Jobmanji is an online search engine that combines multiple job boards, recruitment agencies, and companies.

Jobshark.com is Canada's leading online recruiter that can help you find the right job.

Canada's leading online career management portal.

Toronto Virtual Reference Library
The Virtual Reference Library (VRL) is designed to deliver reference and information services through the use of advanced information and telecommunications technologies.

Work Search
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada has designed this site to help Canadians search for work on-line and develop effective work search strategies.

Work Waves
Work Waves provides information about everything to do with the Greater Toronto Area advertised jobs market.

The Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work makes the job of finding a job a little easier.  It is also a resource on employment diversity.

Wowjobs provides job seekers with access to more than 100,000 opportunities across Canada. Wowjobs also offers tools such as Salary Search, Canada Job Trends, Email Alerts and RRS Feeds.

Every year, JVS Toronto helps thousands of clients find jobs. Whether you are new to the work force, or are facing unemployment for the first time in your life, we can help you.

Did you know that simply 10 years after JVS was founded, our clients were evenly divided between native-born Canadians and newcomers? Today, we help thousands of individuals of all backgrounds integrate in the Canadian job market following our unique pre-employment training.

Last year, 645 people with disabilities developed the skills needed to find gainful employment with the help of our Disability Services. Over 60% of these individuals are now involved in meaningful work activity.

This marks the 10th consecutive year since YouthReach was developed and it continues to help troubled youth to reach their potential and get out of trouble with the law.

Our partnership with JF&CS started 15 years ago and has become stronger than ever, helping to serve thousands of families and individuals on social assistance to find and keep long-term employment.

Just last year, over 2700 unemployed individuals received job-search assistance at our Employment Source locations; more than 70% of those who completed the service found employment.

This past year, over 600 adults, teens and children received assessments from JVS Toronto’s Psychological Services to help them plan their education and careers.

In 1951, companies like Tip Top Tailors and Columbia Pictures hired clients referred to them by JVS. Many have followed in their footsteps and we have served numerous companies to achieve their hiring goals.

More than 800 volunteers donated their talent and a total of 34,859 hours at various JVS Toronto locations in 2011.

In 1965, JVS Toronto became the first non-educational institution to receive a research grant from the Federal Department of Labour.

On June 28th, 1957 an editorial was written about JVS Toronto called, “The Human Element in Job Placement,” praising the work it had done in those first 10 years, including “aiding more than 15,000 people through vocational guidance, job placement and rehabilitation services.”

Since opening our doors in 1947, we have successfully helped more than a quarter of a million new Canadians adapt to life in their new homeland.

Did you know that among the 20,000+ clients that JVS helps annually, 18,000 of them are job seekers?

In just 1 year, over 3000 at-risk youth gained access to employment and connected with many opportunities with the help of our Youth Services.

Did you know that in 1950, JVS Toronto was made up of 5 workers? Today, our Toronto team encompasses over 220 staff members!

Last year, we helped an estimated 20,000 clients, almost 10,000 of them new to JVS. With your help, we can keep helping those in need!