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Canada has a well-established immigration system that allows individuals from around the world to apply for permanent residency or temporary visas to live, work, or study in the country.
The New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot
Attention newcomers to New Brunswick! The province has launched the Immigration Critical Work Pilot Program, which provides training and employment opportunities for those who have been affected by COVID-19. This is your chance to gain valuable work experience in essential industries while contributing to your community. Apply today and join the many newcomers who are making a positive impact through this program! #ImmigrationNB #CriticalWorkNB #COVID19 #EmploymentOpportunities #NewcomersNB
The New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot is a program designed to address critical labour shortages in various sectors and regions of the province. It seeks to attract skilled workers to occupations that are difficult to fill and will continue to be so in the future. The program is employer-driven, and interested candidates must apply through the participant employer, as the program does not accept direct applications from individuals.
Employers participating in the program are selected based on their demonstrated experience and consistent use of both provincial and federal economic immigration programs over at least the past three years. These employers must also provide enhanced support for newcomer settlement, skills development, and language training for their employees. While the program is limited in scope, its performance will be evaluated regularly, and opportunities for participation may present themselves in the future.
If you're an employer interested in learning how New Brunswick's economic immigration programs can support your workforce needs, please visit https://www.welcomenb.ca/content/wel-bien/en/information_employers.html. The program's participant employers include Cooke Aquaculture, J.D. Irving Ltd., Groupe Savoie, Groupe Westco, Imperial Manufacturing Group, and McCain Foods Ltd.
Interested candidates can visit www.nbjobs.ca to learn about job opportunities available in New Brunswick. For more information about New Brunswick's economic immigration programs, please visit www.gnb.ca/immigration, and feel free to connect with our Immigration Navigator.
To learn about upcoming information and recruitment events, please visit https://www.welcomenb.ca/content/wel-bien/en/recruitment_events.html. Remember, no résumés are required to be sent to Immigration NB under this program.