Chauvin, in collaboration with BRAED and participating employers, offers excellent opportunities for recruiting skilled employees for various job openings. Whether you are looking to hire individuals from within Alberta, Canada, or outside the country, we can assist you in finding the right candidates. It’s important to note that candidates currently residing in Canada are eligible only if they have legal status in the country. For employers looking to recruit internationally, all federal immigration rules and regulations apply.
Alberta boasts a highly skilled and educated workforce, with a strong focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. The province is home to several prestigious universities and technical institutes that consistently produce talented graduates for the IT industry. These institutions offer a wide range of programs in software development, data analytics, and other in-demand skills. Additionally, they provide opportunities for continuing education and professional development to help students stay abreast of the latest industry trends and advancements.
Canada is renowned for its highly skilled and educated workforce, and the government offers various programs to support businesses in recruiting and training employees. Two notable programs are the Canada Job Grant and the Global Talent Stream. These initiatives provide businesses with financial assistance and streamlined processes to attract and nurture specialized talent. Moreover, recruiting talent from within Canada enables businesses to access skilled professionals without incurring the high living costs associated with major cities. Edmonton, located in Western Canada, is a rapidly growing tech hub with a thriving startup ecosystem and a pool of highly skilled workers.
BED’s Skilled Labor Recruitment Initiative aims to support employers in finding suitable employees to fulfill their workforce requirements. This program offers various services, including matching potential employees with job openings, assistance with immigration and settlement programs, community orientations, housing options, and adapting community services to cater to the needs of information and communication technology (ICT) workers.