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Employment Services

Employment Service offers a range of resources, supports and service components to respond to the career and employment needs of individuals and the skilled labour needs of employers, and can help individuals on a path to higher skill training and employment. 

Job Zone d’emploi provides employment related services to people living in the City of Cornwall, counties of Stormont and Dundas. Whether you are employed or unemployed, Job Zone d’emploi can help you.

We offer wage & incentive programs for employers

Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

Job Matching & Placement (JMP)

Supported Employment

Youth Job Connection (YJC)

How else can we help?

Specialized Services

  • Computers
    Use of computers to prepare resumes

  • Print your Resume 
    Up to 10 photocopies of your resume per day

  • Fax your Resume
    Up to 5 faxes per day

  • Computer Software programs
    Microsoft Word and Win Way Resume

  • Resume Typing Services for Registered Clients 
    Resume outline forms are available and once completed, can be returned to your Employment Consultant to be typed within 5 working days.

  • Career Cruising 
    Provides various testing component as well as information on various occupations and educational institutions.

  • Clerical Testing for Registered Clients
    Including Filing, Grammar & Spelling in English and French, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Typing, and many more!

  • Internet Station
    to research employment and/or educational resource

Job Search

Job Zone d’emploi can help you in your Job Search because we have the information and resources you need. The Resource & Career Library is available in Cornwall and Winchester and has a wealth of information on Jobs, Careers and Education. 

Everyone is welcome! Why not drop in to Job Zone d’emploi and tap into helpful resources and information, such as:

  • How to books
  • Guides
  • Writing a Resume
  • Creating great cover letters for resumes
  • Job interviews
  • Job Search Directories
  • Almanacs
  • Manufacturer’s Directory & Industrial Directories
  • Dictionaries
  • Lists of helpful Websites
  • Various Information Brochures
  • Information on other area agencies
  • Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey

Education

  • Student loan information
  • Information on government funding, OSAP, OCAS and OUAC
  • Internet access for information and applying for a job on line
  • GED Testing information
  • Independent learning
  • Literacy
  • Colleges and Universities – access to websites
  • Schools – Directories of school boards, elementary, secondary, post secondary and private schools.

Labour Market Information

  • National, Provincial and Municipal publications
  • Lists of helpful websites
  • Information on other area agencies
  • Employment statistics and wages
  • Information from other communities such as Ottawa, Brockville and Kingston

Occupations

  • Websites on various occupations
  • Information on specific requirements and affiliated associations
  • National Occupational Classifications books (English/French)

Entrepreneurship

  • Programs and Funding Information
  • Publications in print and websites

Apprenticeship

  • Information, descriptions and requirements for various trades
  • Pamphlets on specific trades
  • Information on Government initiatives
  • Referral to the Apprenticeship office
  • Community Agencies
  • Brochures on area agencies
  • Information Booklets & Packages
  • Volunteer opportunities on various local agencies offering services in the community.

Education

  • Student loan information
  • Information on government funding, OSAP, OCAS and OUAC
  • Internet access for information and applying for a job on line
  • GED Testing information
  • Independent learning
  • Literacy
  • Colleges and Universities – access to websites
  • Schools – Directories of school boards, elementary, secondary, post secondary and private schools.

Job Board

Visit Job Zone d’emploi and review jobs posted on the Job Board. During your visit you can also check out:

  • Classified ads from local newspapers
  • Classified ads from out-of-town newspapers: Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, Toronto Star.
  • Other publications available in the Resource & Career Library

Trainers and Educators

  • Information on local trainers
  • Temporary Placement Agencies
  • Career Colleges
  • Correspondence Schools
  • Canadian Armed Forces

Workshops

View a list of our employment related workshops

Smart Serve

Are you interested in working in the Hospitality Industry? Did you know that anyone who serves or handles alcohol in a licensed establishment in Ontario must be certified by Smart Serve? Job Zone d’emploi is offering Smart Serve training in a group setting. It is comprised of five modules containing video clips, interactive discussions and quizzes as well as the final Certification Test.

Second Career

Second Career is a program to help laid-off Ontarians participate in training for a new career. If you were laid off and are currently unemployed, you may be eligible. This workshop will provide information on eligibility and will discuss the financial support that may be available. This session will also review how to complete the application and provide direction for next steps in the process.

Looking for something else?

We have a wide variety of workshops to help you get the skills you need to find employment. Here are a few of our additional workshops:

  • Opportunities to Work From Home
  • How to Create a Portfolio
  • Understanding Skilled Trades
  • Interview Know-How
  • Understanding Your Own Values
  • Writing an Attention Getting Resume
  • Labour Market Trends
  • Standards of Workplace Success
  • Job Search in the Current Labour Market

We strive to keep all our clients skilled & employed

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