Government Job Postings
Public Service Commission of Canada: 

New Brunswick Public Service:       

City of Saint John:                           

Town of Sussex:                             

Town of Rothesay:                          

Town of Quispamsis:                       

Town of St. Stephen:                       

Anglophone South School District:  

Specialized Job Boards
Charity Village (non profit agencies)  

WORKink (for Canadians with disabilities):

Service Canada (summer employment): (20 specialized job boards): 

List of Canadian Recruiting Comapnies:

Canada East:                                      

The Globe and Mail:                           
Ossekeag Publishing:                         
Online Classified Ads

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The companies listed  and the job board links are intended for educational purposes only.  Inclusion of these links on this website are not an endorsement of any organization, nor is The Work Room responsible for the content contained on third-party links.  While every effort is made to keep the links accurate and current, occassionally broken links occur.

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Crosswinds Occupational Activity Centre
Emploment services for  people with disabilities
John Howard Society
Emploment services for  people with crominal records
Saint John Assoc. for Community Living
Emploment services for  people with intellectual disabilities
Saint John Multicultural & Newcomers Resource Centre
Emploment services for  newcomers to Canada
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A few notes on how to navigate online job sites and search engines to avoid being scammed.

1. A job site/service should be provided from a company/organization that specializes in the career
   development or the employment industry.

    Don't believe everything you read on the internet.  With the proliferation of scammers, spammers and identity
    thieves roaming the net, never provide personal or financial information to a company you haven't researched and/or
    you never heard of.

2. Job postings should be FREE to search and FREE for you to apply directly to an employer.

    Legitimate companies do not charge job seekers to see their job posting or to be hired. Companies either post
    jobs on their own websites or pay recruitment companies to have their jobs posted. Where possible, always apply
    directly to the employer.  Some go through recruitment companies, which is fine, but make sure you are dealing
    with a reputable recruiter.

3. ALWAYS read the fine print. 

    Sometimes people can get locked into service agreements, have extra charges made on their credit card or lose control
    of how their personal information is stored and/or distributed. If there seems to be a lot of fine print or things that make
    you uncomfortable in agreeing to - don't sign anything and move on.

4. As with most things, if an offer seems too good to be true, it probably is

5. It's ok to pay for some types of job search services, however...

    There are some legitimate job search services that you can pay for like resume development, marketing through
    professional recruitment companies, career counselling, etc. We just wonder why you would want to when you
    can get these resources through and the Work Room Career Resource Centres for FREE!  
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