Recruitment Services

Finding Job-Ready Immigrants

The Ottawa Job Match Network (OJMN)

LASI World Skills, Algonquin College and the National Capital Region YMCA-YWCA are working together to link employers to skilled immigrants. Employers work with professional staff to identify and access skilled workers that meet their hiring needs. Services include pre-screening, matching and support once the match is made. All services are provided at no cost to the employer. To place a job order or advertise a job posting e-mail: ojmn@ottawa-worldskills.org

For information contact Magdalene Cooman-Maxwell, Ottawa Job Match Network at

613 2330453 ext 366 or magdalene@ottawa-worldskills.org

 

 

Upcoming Events

Jul
16
Tue
1:00 pm Performance Management and Feedback
Performance Management and Feedback
Jul 16 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
In this interactive session, we will explore effective communication techniques for providing internationally educated professionals with day-to-day as well as performance evaluation feedback; use information on perceptual differences, communication styles and cultural conditioning to explore ... Read More
Jul
31
Wed
1:00 pm Dimensions of Inclusiveness
Dimensions of Inclusiveness
Jul 31 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Our facilitator will be joined by a panel of New Canadians in this interactive session focused on creating dialogue among new internationally educated professionals (IEPs) and current teams in your workplace. We will explore and ... Read More
Aug
14
Wed
1:00 pm Creating the Workplace that Acco...
Creating the Workplace that Acco...
Aug 14 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
In this interactive session, we will explore keys to successful accommodation strategies, focusing on: the relationship between cultural integration and accommodation; accommodating different cultural norms and reasonable practices in accommodation; systemic inclusion and accommodation; conversation ... Read More
Aug
28
Wed
1:00 pm Intercultural Problem-Solving St...
Intercultural Problem-Solving St...
Aug 28 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Most intercultural conflict is related to perceptual differences. In this session we will discuss: developing strategies to identify and address communication style differences; learning when and how to address non-verbal issues of concern; using a ... Read More
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