The province of New Brunswick is sending a delegation of government officials and Canadian Employers who will be conducting information sessions about the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Here’s everything you need to know about the Canada Job Fair this October.
WHO IS PARTICIPATING IN THE JOB FAIR?
Canadian employers from the province of New Brunswick, Canada are coming to the Philippines to conduct information and job fair sessions for Filipinos who are interested in living and working in Canada.
These job fairs will feature information sessions conducted by immigration officers who will provide details about living and working in the maritime province with interested applicants.
This job fair will be employer-driven recruitment events.
Canadian Employers from the province of New Brunswick will be on hand at the job fair to discuss employment opportunities with their organizations.
The information sessions will be sector specific, targeting Filipino workers with work experience in specific fields.
The National Occupation Classification (NOC) is a job classification system used in Canada.
Canadian Employers and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) use the NOC code to apply for economic immigration to Canada.
WHEN IS THE NEW BRUNSWICK JOB FAIR IN THE PHILIPPINES?
The Job Fair will take place on three dates, all in Manila.
Saturday, October 26, 2019 8:00am – Information Session
Sunday, October 27, 2019 8:00am – Information Session
Monday, October 28, 2019 8:00am – Entrepreneurial Stream – Business
NEW BRUNSWICK INFORMATION SESSION
Canadian Employers from New Brunswick will be conducting manpower pooling during their trip to the Philippines.
During the information sessions, Canadian Employers from New Brunswick will be collecting profiles of eligible OFWs for possible long-term employment in Canada.
Immigration Program officers will conduct information sessions specifically about the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
OFWs are required to stay in the province of New Brunswick for the duration of their nomination under the PNP.
WHAT JOBS ARE AVAILABLE DURING THE JOB FAIR?
OFWs who have recent experience under the following NOC codes are eligible to attend the Job Fair.
Recent experience means at least 5 years.
• NOC 6342 – Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
• NOC 9446 – Industrial sewing machine operators
• NOC 9463 – Fish and seafood plant workers
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS TO REGISTER FOR THE JOB FAIR?
To register, you have to submit a number of documents online.
You will need digital copies of the following documents:
The photo page of your current passport (required)
Visa for your current country of legal residence (required if your current country of legal residence is not your country of citizenship)
Your language test results (required if you have complete a language test)
Your ECA report (required if you have completed an ECA assessment)
Your CV (optional)
Your Spouse’s CV (optional) (if applicable)
Current driver’s license (front and back in a single document)
To register, click on this link: [https://gnb.hiringplatform.ca/10052-manila-philippines-october-26-27-2019-province-of-new-brunswick/33338-pre-registration-form/en]
NEW BRUNSWICK PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM – ENTREPRENEURIAL STREAM
The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)’s Entrepreneurial Stream was created to provide Filipino business owners and senior managers with qualified experience to own and manage a business in New Brunswick.
Filipino business owners and senior managers who are nominated by the New Brunswick Government must reside in the province while managing their business.
Remember, you must meet the minimum requirements to be nominated under the New Brunswick PNP.
Registration is required to attend the Entrepreneurial Stream – Business session.
Click here to register for free: [https://gnb.hiringplatform.ca/10355-manila-philippines-october-28-2019-entrepreneurial-stream/34453-entrepreneurial-stream/en]
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