Job Focus is an employment service for persons with disabilities and work workplace injuries, designed to help them reach their vocational goals. This service is offered at no cost to individuals who qualify, and offers one-to-one flexible services to help individuals work towards full or part-time employment, volunteer work, or self-employment. Clients are supported as they plan and/or search for employment.
Phase One: Planning for Work
During the planning, participants work closely with our staff, researching occupations, the local labor market, setting specific goals and developing individualized actions plans which may include training options. Access to assistive technology and disability supports is available.
Phase Two: Searching for Work
During the searching phase, clients conduct an active job search for full-time or part-time, or volunteer positions with support from our Employment Specialist until the right match is found. After finding employment, our Employment Specialist may be able to follow-up and support clients for up to one year to help guarantee successful job retention.
What makes the Job Focus Program Unique?
The Neil Squire Society Job Focus Program assists clients with physical disabilities that effect mobility and workplace injuries using a unique combination of strategies:
- Customized services and individualized action plan to serve each client’s specific needs
- Professional staff who are committed to helping each client reach his or her goals
- Knowledge of a variety of supports, accommodations, and assistive technologies designed to facilitate successful transitions to the workplace
- Demonstrated knowledge of the ever changing labour market
- Strong networks with employers throughout New Brunswick
Create positive changes in your life
Reach your employment goals
For more information please contact:
Atlantic Regional Manager/ Employment Specialist
506 450 7999
Toll Free 1 866 446 7999
*Our Job Focus Program is only offered at our Atlantic Regional Office.
Funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of New Brunswick through the
Canada-New Brunswick Labour Market Agreements
Financé par le gouvernement du Canada et la province du Nouveau-Brunswick dans le cadre
des Ententes Canada/Nouveau-Brunswick sur le marché du travail