There are 500 jobs up for grabs at this Metro Vancouver job fair

Nov 8 2019, 10:14 am

Currently on the search for a new job?

Although looking for a new gig can be daunting, it can also be really exciting. Just think of all the opportunities that are out there waiting for you.

Whether you have a clear-cut idea of your future or are looking to experiment with lots of different pathways, before you know it you could have a job that makes you spring out of bed in the morning.

If any of the above apply to you, you should definitely be checking out the Tri-Cities Job Fair in Coquitlam on November 19, presented by the Tri-Cities WorkBC Centres.

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Employers at the job fair aren’t designated to one particular industry, so no matter what field you’ve got your eyes set on, there’s something for everyone. Forty employers from retail, to construction, finance, and even dance centres all have positions to fill, with more than 500 jobs up for grabs. And best of all, it’s free to attend.

At the event, you’ll find booths from government institutions like Canada Revenue AgencyBayshore Healthcare, and Fraser Health.

And if you happen to have been dreaming of a career in the air, you’ll even be able to chat with Air Canada representatives on the day.

Got a fear of flying? Maybe you’d prefer to work on the ground and help people decide on their best purchase. The following retail companies are hiring: CostcoOAK + FORTReal Canadian SuperstoreLondon DrugsStaplesToys R Us Coquitlam.

Passionate about food and hospitality? Lilydale, Thrifty Foods, and White Spot are all looking for new staff. You’ll even find high rollers Parq Vancouver and Hard Rock Casino looking to chat to potential new recruits.

Prefer to crunch numbers? There will be booths from TD Bank and CIBC on the big day.

Don’t delay in registering to attend the Tri-Cities Job Fair to find all of these opportunities (and many many more!) under one roof. Sounds like a well-spent afternoon if you ask us.

Tri-Cities Job Fair

When: Tuesday, November 19
Time: 11 am to 3:30 pm (early access for people with disabilities is 10 to 11 am)
Where: Evergreen Cultural Centre –1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam
Price: FREE – Register via Eventbrite