Resources to learn about and pursue meeting your businesses' human resources needs through immigration.
Resources for Employers Seeking Internationally Trained Workers
AXIS Career Services, the employment division of the Association for New Canadians is about working collaboratively to connect industry, professional associations, and community in Newfoundland and Labrador with internationally trained workers.
is a unique recruitment tool. It serves as a Skills-Matching Database for newcomers looking for work, as well as for local employers looking to match job vacancies with the skills, qualifications and experience of internationally trained workers living in the province. This user-friendly database allows the job seeker to maintain their profile and resume, search and apply for job openings, browse posted job ads, as well as current labour market information.
Employers are able to post job openings, browse resumes, find answers to immigration questions, and access labour market information and services available through AXIS Career Services Division.
Connector NL matches new residents as well as local, and international graduates in St. John’s, Western, and Central Newfoundland with established business people and community leaders.
Join ConnectorNL and gain access to the global marketplace by getting in touch with this group of skilled workers in our community. By becoming a Connector, you will benefit from pre-screened talent and access to new highly qualified job seekers. You will also help grow our community.
Information on hiring newcomers, videos of local success stories using the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, and a detailed Newcomers Toolkit which is meant to support employers who are settling new staff into the workplace and their new community by providing connections and resources.
Memorial University is committed to internationalization, international co-operation, student mobility and cultural sensitivity. They welcome international visitors and strive to collaborate with educational institutions, businesses, governments, foundations, benefactors, and alumni around the world in order to enrich research and teaching, and to ensure they offer outstanding programs for faculty and students.
Express Entry replaced the original "first-come first-served" immigration selection system. It uses a points-based system to automatically rank interested candidates and select the most competitive for immigration. This system is called the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) and the core factors considered are age, level of education, language proficiency in English and/or French, and Canadian work experience.