Southwest Region Virtual Job Fair
LIVE EVENT IS NOW CLOSED
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 9 AM to 3 PM
This event is open to anyone seeking employment in New Brunswick. The job postings for this online event are located in the Southwest Region (Charlotte County, Saint John and Kings County).
There is no cost to participate in the event, but you will be required to register. For anyone unable to attend the live event, it will still be open for a brief time after the live event hours but there will be no exhibitors available for online chat.
To help make this a great online experience, please visit the links below for tips and resources before you enter the job fair event.
I've read the information and I'm ready to enter the job fair.
It's as easy as 1..2..3!
1. Select the icon below that best matches who you are (job seeker, employer or visitor) to get important details on how to use the platform to your best advantage.
2. When you are ready to visit the event, click on the "I've read the information and I'm ready to enter the job fair" button below.
3. The link will take you to a quick, online registration form that lets you upload any information that you would like to have available as you participate in the job fair.
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This is a great opportunity for people who are seeking
employment in New Brunswick. You can find out about
opportunities in the workforce as well as supports to
help you with your job search. If you prefer to work
for yourself, there is information on how to start your
If you are experiencing difficulties finding employment, please connect with employment counsellors from The Department of Post Secondary Education, Training and Labour. They will be participating in the event and can help you with developing job search strategies, career development and upgrading your skills if required.
This is an effective recruitment tool for employers. You can promote your organization and speak to potential candidates conveniently from of your own office. This reduces cost, staffing issues and extends your ability to reach more potential candidates than you could with a physical event.
There are government and community agencies participating in this event that can offer valuable information on programs and services that can help support your organization in areas such as business development, expansion, staffing and training.
If you wish to have a booth in the event, please visit the employer resources section to help you set up a booth and prepare for the event.
Just looking around? This is a great way to collect labour market information. If you want to find out
more about what kinds of opportunities exist in New Brunswick, then this is a great place to start.
This virtual job fair platform will move around to different regions in the province so the employers who are involved will change periodically. Be sure to check back regularly to see if new information and opportunities have been added.
If you would like more information on what the Department of Post Secondary Education, Training and Labour has to offer, please visit the visitors resources section.
Employment opportunities in:
What is this?
The Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour (Employment and Continuous Learning Services Branch) has developed an online platform
to make it easy for employers, job seekers and many career support service agencies to come together in one convenient place. The Employment NB Virtual
Job Fair allows employers and job seekers to find out more about the local labour market, talk to each other about job opportunities and showcase the skills in
The online platform simulates the traditional job fairs that a person would normally have to travel to in person to attend. You can explore the event by naviagting
with your mouse or touch screen and simply clicking on the information item or employer booth you wish to enter.That's it! This is easy, efficient and
enjoyable. All you need is a connection to the internet and you can participate from your home, business or portable device.
If you have any questions or concerns during your visit, there is online help just a click away.
Upcoming provincial job fairs (click to view)