Are you interested in coming to Canada to work? A valid job offer from a Canadian employer can open a lot of doors to come to Canada permanently or temporarily. Canadim is pleased to offer a job search tool bar to help you connect with Canadian employers.
Please be aware that we do not secure job offers for our clients. Canadim is a private law firm specializing in Canadian immigration. While we are happy to provide this tool, it is up to you to reach out to Canadian employers and secure a valid job offer.
To begin, type your preferred job title, keyword, or company in the ‘What’ field below. If there is a Canadian province or city you would prefer to work in, specify it in the ‘Where’ field.
This job search tool bar is just one of many ways for you to connect with Canadian employers. You can also try searching the Job Bank of Canada, or on social media like LinkedIn.
Most foreign nationals who want to come to Canada to work need a work permit. Once you successfully apply for a job and receive a valid job offer from a Canadian employer, you can apply for a work permit.
In the large majority of cases, your employer will need to provide you with a copy of a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from the Canadian government demonstrating they are authorized to hire you for the position.
While Canadim cannot secure a job offer for our clients, we are happy to provide assistance applying for a Labour Market Impact Assessment and a work permit. We can work together with you and your employer to help get you here quickly. If you already have a job offer, contact us today to help you obtain a Canadian work permit.
A valid job offer from a Canadian employer can also increase your eligibility to immigrate to Canada permanently.
Provincial Nominee Program (PNPs) are pathways to permanent residence operated by the individual provinces of Canada. Many of these PNPs have streams for candidates who, among other requirements, have a valid job offer from an employer in the province.
Most federal economic immigration programs are managed by Express Entry. While a job offer is not required to submit a profile to Express Entry, it can increase your chances of being invited to apply for permanent residence.
If you are not currently eligible for any existing Canadian immigration programs, the Canadian work experience you could gain from coming first as a temporary worker, along with your increased language proficiency, could open up new doors.
While Canadim cannot sure employment for our clients, we do offer Canadian employment services to our Express Entry clients. Our Canadian Employment Advisor can provide you with guidance and training as you search for a job in Canada. From building a resume to Canadian standards and writing a cover letter, to connecting directly with employers, your Canadim Canadian Employment Advisor is with you every step of the way!