Are you looking for a job? Employment services match Banff and
JOB RESOURCE CENTRE
Take advantage of the Job Resource Centre to find the job that is right for you. For those looking for employment in Banff and Lake Louise, the centre offers job search advice, resume writing assistance, a local job board, and labour market information. Additionally, access is provided to computers, the internet, and a fax machine. Other services include career coaching, student financial assistance, apprenticeship and training information, self-employment information, and workshops.
Every year, Banff and Lake Louise employers meet with job seekers at job fairs hosted within the park. For those seeking employment in Banff National Park, these events are the perfect opportunity to find out more about local companies, learn about job openings, and get answers to important questions such as “Is staff accommodation supplied?” In general, these events are for entry-level job recruiting, making them ideal for seasonal workers.
WORKING IN CANADA
If you are not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, there are still a variety of options for working in Banff National Park–but you must have the correct documentation. To learn about the various work visa options available for foreign nationals, including International Experience Canada and the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, visit the Work in Canada page.
Settlement Services in the Bow Valley is a free program operated through the town of Banff and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to support newcomers to Canada living in the Bow Valley. Settlement Services works with you to identify your needs upon arrival, and help you use your strengths and resources to achieve you and your family’s settlement goals.
Working in Canada
- Apply to work in Canada
- International Experience Canada
- Extend your work permit
Working in Canada as a Student
- Get a student work permit
- Work as a co-op student or intern
- Stay in Canada after graduation
- Post-graduation work permits
- Hiring foreign workers
- Extending foreign worker permits
- Canadian Experience Class