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Where to Look for Jobs

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In this photo a woman uses a computer to search for work on the Internet. Additional local pictures can be seen in the Photo Gallery.
Job search websites can help you with your job searching and career planning.

Local Websites:

  • Apprentice Search
    The website is designed to help connect apprentices and employers across Ontario and is a free service operated by not-for-profit organizations and community agency partners in Ontario.
  • Employment Resource Centre-Brantjobs: Located at 220 Colborne Street Brantford, the employment resource centre offers services such as: job postings, computer, faxing, photocopying, help with resumes and cover letters.

Other Job Search Websites:

Tips & Advice

Employment Guide for Newcomers

The local Employment Guide provides newcomers to Brantford/Brant (Haldimand/Norfolk) with information on finding employment. (The previous link to a PDF requires a reader like the Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Preparing Your Resume

When you apply for a job, you usually send a résumé. Ontario.ca has some helpful ideas to learn about how to write an effective résumé.

Resource Spotlight

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BrantJobs is an incredibly powerful job bank and labour market tool serving Brantford and the County of Brant. Best of all, it’s free to use.

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