Reach Your Employment Goals
If you have a disability or have had a workplace injury, Job Focus is an employment service designed for you. We offer one-on-one flexible services to help you work towards full or part-time employment, volunteer work, or self-employment. You will be supported as you plan and search for employment. This program is offered at no cost.
Phase One: Planning for Work
You will work closely with our staff on researching occupations, the local job market, setting specific goals, and then developing an action plan which may include training options. Access to assistive technology and disability supports is available.
Phase Two: Searching for Work
We’ll work with you to conduct a job search until you find the right fit. After you find employment, we may be able to follow up and support you for up to one year to help guarantee successful job retention.
What We Offer:
- Customized services and individualized action plan to serve your specific needs
- Professional staff who are committed to helping you reach your goals
- Knowledge of a variety of supports, accommodations, and assistive technologies designed to facilitate your successful transition to the workplace
- Demonstrated knowledge of the always changing labour market
- Strong networks with employers throughout New Brunswick
You Qualify If:
- You have a self-declared disability or workplace injury
- You’re legally entitled to work in Canada and not currently receiving EI
- You’re looking for employment and need some help along the way
- You are located in New Brunswick
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This program is only offered at our Atlantic Regional Office.
Atlantic Regional Manager/ Employment Specialist
506 450 7999
Toll Free 1 866 446 7999
Do you have questions about this program?
Job Focus is funded by:
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