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Finding a Job

​Chatham-Kent offers great lifestyle and career opportunities to gain a work-life balance that works for you. Find current job postings on specific employer websites or on popular job boards. Below are some of the most commonly used job boards in Chatham-Kent. Find local employers on the Careers in CK pages.

If you're new to CK, or considering a move to the area, find out more about choosing Chatham-Kent as your new home or contact a member of the LivingCK Team.

Public Job Boards

Government Jobs

For more information about local employers and job opportunities, please visit our Careers in CK pages and follow us on LinkedIn. Subscribe to the Community Jobs Board and LivingCK Newsletter to stay current with career opportunities in Chatham-Kent.


Job Search Resources

Chatham-Kent has many organizations with staff to help you update your résumé and cover letter, prepare you for interviews, and provide local job market information. The following organizations can offer career counseling, training, and job search assistance: 


Immigrant Supports

Adult Language and Learning (A.L.L.) provides support and assistance for immigrant newcomers in Chatham-Kent, including language instruction, ESL classes, and pre-employment programs.

Immigrants to Canada may need to take some steps before entering the workforce:

  • Obtaining a Social Insurance Number (SIN): In order to work in Canada, all temporary residents, permanent residents, and citizens must hold a SIN. The application process should be a priority for all newcomers before they begin their job search.
  • Language Evaluation: If English is not your first language, you might be eligible for language instruction programs.  
  • Accreditation: Having your educational and professional credentials recognized in Canada will help you in your search for a job.

Access Centre's Internationally Trained Worker Loan Program (Loan Program) is a flexible line of credit to assist with covering the direct and indirect costs related to foreign credential recognition. The loan may also help with other expenses related to help achieve employment that reflects international education, skills and experience.