We acknowledge that we are on the unceded territory of the Okanagan/Sqilxw/Syilx People; we extend gratitude, honour and respect to our hosts.
Take a tour of our WorkBC Vernon Adult and Youth Resource Centres
Take a self-guided tour now and view our spaces for jobs seekers under and over 30 years old. This virtual tour will guide through the staff and resources available in the ARC and YRC.
We Are Here to Help You Today!
WorkBC has launched the new Find Your Place website to help you explore new opportunities, upgrade your skills and train for a new career.
For all of our current updates with regards to services and programming please visit this website, the WorkBC Centre-Vernon Facebook page & Instagram account, or call us for up-to-date information.
COVID-19 Financial Support Programs
As things shift and change during the pandemic, learn more about the Federal, Provincial, and service provider programs put in place to help North Okanagan residents facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Virtual Job Search Services
Looking for resources to help in your job search? As the job market changes we’ve got resources you can accesses from anywhere at anytime. Refine your job search, write a resume, build your job interview skills and more! To get your login and get started call, 250-545-2215 ext 230.
Looking For Work?
Set yourself up for job search success when you access our range of employment services—all offered at no cost to you.
- Self-Serve Resource Centre
- Employment Counselling
- And much more
Looking To Hire?
Grow your team and help your business thrive by tapping into WorkBC’s opportunities for hiring, partnerships and more.
- Wage Subsidy
- Community Employer Partnerships
- Employer presentations and hiring fairs
- Post a job
The Works – Monthly Newsletter
Who is hiring in the North Okanagan? What industries are experiencing trends that could bring job opportunities? Who are the WorkBC team members here to help you with your job search? What programs are available for you. Find out in our monthly issue of The Works.
Success Stories & Program Profiles
They overcame odds and hurdles to reach their job or career goals. Now, they share their stories so you can learn from their experience.
Read our blog to find out more.
Workshops & Upcoming Events
Create a New WorkBC Account
All job seekers must register on the Online Employment Services (OES) portal to access job search resources, employment planning, skills assessment, training, work experience placement and more. If you have not already registered on the OES click below or come in to our WorkBC Centre. We’re happy to help.
OES Instructional Videos
Need help to signing up on the OES portal? Click below to watch videos that walk you through the registration process. Services are available to all unemployed or precariously employed B.C. citizens eligible to work in B.C.
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