WorkBC offers a range of services which support job seekers in getting – and keeping – a job as quickly as possible. We can help if you are having difficulty finding work or ongoing employment. We will build up your skills and confidence through services tailored to your particular situation.
MOSAIC has 40 years of experience providing service to newcomers and its staff has built up extensive knowledge and experience of how to help newcomers integrate into Canada and the Canadian labour market. MOSAIC staff members speak a variety of languages and provide services in first language as needed.
Our services are available to all unemployed British Columbians who are seeking employment and legally eligible to work in BC.
The program provides services to specialized populations including youth (ages 16-30), aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, survivors of violence and abuse, new Canadians, francophone persons and persons with multiple barriers to employment.
We can help if you are having difficulty finding work or ongoing employment. We will build up your skills and confidence through services tailored to your particular situation.
MOSAIC delivers a range of WorkBC services at 8 WorkBC Centres:
- We operate the Vancouver Northeast Centre, providing services to all British Columbians and specializing in working with New Canadians
- We are a partner in the Fraser Works Co-operative operating in Burnaby and New Westminster
- We provide employment services in WorkBC centres across the Lower Mainland, including specialized services in first language(s) for new Canadians
- We provide Customized Employment Services for new Canadians across the Lower Mainland
Our WorkBC Service Locations
Vancouver Northeast WorkBC Services Centre
If you live in Vancouver Northeast and are looking for work, we can help you! Our convenient locations offer a variety of services, all focused on helping British Columbians find work.
We offer specialized services to immigrants, refugees and newcomers at the Vancouver Northeast Employment Centre.
The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by
the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.