KES has plenty to offer. Whether you’re looking for work, considering a career change, investigating retraining or thinking of starting your own business KES has something for you. Our professional staff are available to help you to develop an action plan to get you where you want to go. We have the latest information on funding for education and small business starts. We also conduct specialized employment programs for various groups of people. Whether you are interested in employment, business or our community, KES is here to help. Explore the options in the menu above, or call us anytime to discuss your needs.
MTT 2018 (Making The Transition for Youth)
Are you or anyone know struggling to find work? We’ve got a great program coming up. Participants (unemployed youth age 30 and under) get paid for attending workshops for 6 weeks in the classroom, and then get placed for up to 12 weeks in a paid work experience opportunity. Application deadline is May 11th. Click here for details.
Connect With Employers
Did you know that employers are contacting Kootenay Employment Services looking for skilled workers to fill urgent positions? We want to get to know you and your skill set so we can help connect you with employers when they call.
Drop by Kootenay Employment Services today and book an appointment to introduce yourself to our staff. We can then help connect you with the employers looking for you!
Did you know…?
If you have had an EI benefit period that ended within the previous 60 months (5 years), and are currently unemployed or underemployed, you may be eligible for our EPBC services for EI clients. Services can include training, wage subsidy and self-employment support as well as many job search and job finding supports. Call KES to find out if you are eligible.
Helping Single Parents Find Work
Finding a job isn’t always easy as a single parent. The Single Parent Employment Initiative offers supports that help single parents on income or disability assistance plan for their future and gain the skills they need to succeed.
The program can provide up to 12 months of funded training, or on the job training through a paid work experience and pays for child care and transportation costs for eligible single parents.
Click here for more information : http://www.sdsi.gov.bc.ca/programs/spei.html
Jobs with BCHydro’s Site-C Project
You may also search WorkBC with the keyword “Site C” to see all posted jobs.