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WorkBC Kitimat

Who Are Our Services For?

If you are eligible to work in BC, our resources, training programs and inclusive services are available for you. At WorkBC Kitimat our friendly staff are always ready to share job search tips, explore career options, improve your employability skills, and much more. Come to our office or give us a call and we can explore ways we can assist you.


562 Mountainview Square
Kitimat, BC, V8C 2N2
Toll-Free: 1-866-632-6581
Ph: 250-632-6581

Monday: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm PST
Tuesday to Friday: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm  PST
Statutory Holidays – Closed

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At WorkBC Kitimat, trained staff will work with you to determine the services and supports that will help you find success in your job search.


The law in B.C. sets standards for payment, compensation and working conditions in most workplaces. The standards promote open communication, fair treatment and work-life balance for employees. Find out more at


At our centre, all the necessary tools to streamline your job search are free and accessible including:

  • computer workstations
  • internet access
  • public telephones
  • fax and scanning services
  • photocopier


Need to build your skill set and gain hands-on experience? We have financial support for eligible clients for short-term and long-term training programs. These are depending on your needs and the skills you require.
Staff will help you determine the workshops or training that will be most helpful to you.


If you need extra help getting started, our Case Managers are here for you and will help you build your personal employment plan to identify what you’ll need to get job-ready. This service is available to unemployed individuals or if you work less than 20 hours per week (under-employed).


No matter what your level of work experience or education, if you’re unemployed your local WorkBC Centre is here to help you. We have the services and resources you need to start and succeed in your
job search including:

  • Resume preparation
    Assistance with job searches
  • Employment counselling and support
  • Interview Prep
  • Assistive technology and devices
  • Work experience placements
  • Self Employment
  • Job coaching


WorkBC Wage Subsidy program allows employers to re-hire laid-off employees, hire new employees and connect with WorkBC clients looking for work experience and job opportunities.

Contact us for more information on eligibility criteria for employees and employers,  or visit

Everyone’s employment needs are different. We cater to them all with inclusive services for immigrants,
youth, people with disabilities, Indigenous Peoples, Francophones or any British Columbians who need
assistance finding work. If you are having trouble finding work because you live in a remote area; or if you have a disability, language or cultural barrier; or for any other reason, your local WorkBC Employment Services Centre will provide alternative service arrangements that can help you.

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