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Best Buy Distribution Center Seasonal Contracts

Brampton Best Buy Distribution Center is hiring Seasonal Contracts for the following positions:

  • Shipping and Receiving Clerk
  • Order Pickers
  • MHE Machine Operators ( Walkie, Raymond Reach, Order Picker, Stand Up Clamp)
  • Electronic Product Testers
  • Computer Hardware Technicians (A+ certified)

Contract Duration: 6 Months Contract from June - December, Availability 32-40 Hours/week is a must!
Please apply directly to Michelle Clark at michecla@bestbuycanada.ca

We Are Open All Summer

Schools out for the summer but your Career Advisor is here to help you continue your job search.
Whether you are looking for a summer job, want to use this time to plan out your career path or have graduated and have yet to clinch that first job.
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Contact us to book an appointment: Get started!

The Lighthouse Project is Now Accepting Applications!

If you are unemployed, aged 16-29, and feeling, stressed, anxious or depressed then the Lighthouse Project is for you! The Lighthouse Project is an exciting initiative in partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) to assist youth experiencing mental health issues to obtain and maintain employment.
What the project offers:

  • 12 weeks of paid work experience that fits with your employment goals
  • One-on-one & specialized group support
  • Access to recreation, yoga and meditation supports
  • Individualized job development services
  • Ongoing job coaching and on the job support, assistance with accommodation and disclosure issues
  • Assistance connecting to additional community programs to support positive mental health

How to connect: Ask your career or placement advisor to complete a referral form or call: 416-504-5516 and ask about the Light House Project!

RBC Canadian Open Volunteer Opportunity

When: July 18-24, 2016
Where: Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville, Ontario

Spend a Week With the PGA Tour.
Now accepting volunteers for the RBC Canadian Open.
Register at: www.rbccanadianopen.com

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Get Inspired - Success Story of Jose Garcia

Jose recently moved to Canada from Mexico City, leaving behind a prestigious job. As a new immigrant who was still developing his English language skills, he struggled to find a job in his field. As a result, he was forced to clean bus shelters in order to survive. Thatís when he met Valeriya, at Newcomer Advising, who referred him to Humberís OSLT program and The Mentoring Partnership for newcomers to Canada...
To read about what followed, and to learn more of Joseís incredible journey, click here: ces.humber.ca

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