Find work in Canada: Campbell Cohen teams up with CareerJoy to help you get your Canadian job faster

CIC News
Published: December 28, 2009

Securing employment in Canada is the top priority of most everyone in the process of immigrating to Canada and for those who have recently arrived. And not just any job but a rewarding career is what people want. In addition, some individuals require a Canadian job offer to even qualify for immigration to Canada. With these things in mind, Campbell Cohen is partnering with CareerJoy, Canada's foremost Career Coaching Company, to give newcomers an advantage in the Canadian job market.

"Searching and finding a new job can be a challenge and especially for those who are new to Canada", said CareerJoy founder Alan Kearns.

That is why the New Canadian Job Search Program, which includes a Résumé Service as well as several in-depth coaching packages, was designed... to speed up integration into the Canadian work environment.

The New Canadian Job Search Program includes:

Each CareerJoy coaching package incorporates '1-on-1' and group coaching sessions that can be attended remotely, along with help tailoring a professional résumé and cover letter to the Canadian job market.

"From resume writing, interviews, dealing with recruiters and HR professionals through to salary negotiation, we will work one on one with clients to help then land the best position in the least amount of time and stress. In a competitive market, our clients have the advantage!" Kearns said.

All services and packages in the New Canadian Job Search Program are offered to Campbell Cohen clients at a special discounted price.

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