HRDC Approved Jobs

Old Apr 7th 2004, 4:51 am
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Douglas Garstang
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Default HRDC Approved Jobs

All,

Got a few questions regarding finding HRDC approved employment in
Canada. I know its going to be difficult to do, so I really don't want
to hear any useless negative responses.

Can anyone offer some pointers to good places to start looking for
HRDC approved jobs? Is there a central place I could look? For
example, does HRDC publish approved positions, or skills in demand, on
their website? Do they have a website?

Would I be better off targeting employers in out of the way areas,
assuming that they would have more trouble finded skilled (I.T.)
people? Then again, to receive HRDC approval, the job has to be
advertised nationally, correct?

I was going to start looking at Canadian jobs advertised in the U.S.
and overseas, hoping that employers who are doing that may have HRDC
approval for the job.

Oh, and in case anyone was going to suggest the Pilot Program, I don't
really fit into that.

Thanks,
Doug.
 
Old Apr 8th 2004, 9:24 am
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Berto Volpentesta
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Default Re: HRDC Approved Jobs

You can really look for an "HRSDC approved" job. You simply find an
employer in Canada who would offer you a job that would meet the
requirements for either the Permanent Arranged Employment or the Temporary
Arranged Employment. HRSD will then issue the "approval"

You can of course search the popular sites and boards to find employers and
send out resumes. You can search also the HRSD site (ELE) for jobs.

Some immigration consulting firms (such as ours) can assist people with
obtaining the approval from HRSD as well.

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"Douglas Garstang" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > All,
    > Got a few questions regarding finding HRDC approved employment in
    > Canada. I know its going to be difficult to do, so I really don't want
    > to hear any useless negative responses.
    > Can anyone offer some pointers to good places to start looking for
    > HRDC approved jobs? Is there a central place I could look? For
    > example, does HRDC publish approved positions, or skills in demand, on
    > their website? Do they have a website?
    > Would I be better off targeting employers in out of the way areas,
    > assuming that they would have more trouble finded skilled (I.T.)
    > people? Then again, to receive HRDC approval, the job has to be
    > advertised nationally, correct?
    > I was going to start looking at Canadian jobs advertised in the U.S.
    > and overseas, hoping that employers who are doing that may have HRDC
    > approval for the job.
    > Oh, and in case anyone was going to suggest the Pilot Program, I don't
    > really fit into that.
    > Thanks,
    > Doug.
 
Old Apr 10th 2004, 2:31 am
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Eric and Jamie Simmons
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Default Re: HRDC Approved Jobs

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"Douglas Garstang" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > All,
    > Got a few questions regarding finding HRDC approved employment in
    > Canada. I know its going to be difficult to do, so I really don't want
    > to hear any useless negative responses.
    > Can anyone offer some pointers to good places to start looking for
    > HRDC approved jobs? Is there a central place I could look? For
    > example, does HRDC publish approved positions, or skills in demand, on
    > their website? Do they have a website?
    > Would I be better off targeting employers in out of the way areas,
    > assuming that they would have more trouble finded skilled (I.T.)
    > people? Then again, to receive HRDC approval, the job has to be
    > advertised nationally, correct?
    > I was going to start looking at Canadian jobs advertised in the U.S.
    > and overseas, hoping that employers who are doing that may have HRDC
    > approval for the job.
    > Oh, and in case anyone was going to suggest the Pilot Program, I don't
    > really fit into that.
    > Thanks,
    > Doug.
 

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