La Cité Employment Service offers a variety of resources and services to employers, and working with us is simple and free. If you are a licensed employer, have third-party liability insurance, and can provide WSIB coverage, we can help!
We work with you to make the hiring process more streamlined and cost effective. Post your positions on our Job Board to connect with La Cité students, graduates and community job seekers. Increase your applications by leveraging social media to advertise your opportunities, collect resumes and have them forwarded to an email address of your choice.
Subsidized placements may be available to employers hiring candidates who are unemployed and require skills development at time of hire.
For more information on subsidized placements please call (613) 741-9042 Ext. 4011 or Ext. 4009.
An apprentice is someone who learns a skilled trade on the job, under the direction of more experienced workers. Apprentices also complete classroom instruction as a part of their training. Apprentices are employees, and earn a salary while they learn a skilled trade.
To become and apprentice, you must find an employer or sponsor who is willing to train you and engage in apprenticeship training. People who want to become apprentices usually apply directly to an employer or union.
La Cité Employment Service Job Board is a great place to advertise your current employment opportunities.
347 Preston Street, 3rd Floor
Ottawa, ON K1S 3H8
Office Phone: (613) 731-7100
Toll-free Phone: 1-877-221-1220
Employment Ontario Hotline: 1-800-387-5656
For more information on apprenticeships, please visit the Employment Ontario website.
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG) provides an opportunity for employers to invest in their workforce, with help from the government. Employers choose the individuals they would like to have trained, and the training that meets their workforce development needs.
The Job Grant will provide direct financial support to employers to purchase training for their existing and new employees with a plan to deliver short-term training of up to 52 weeks to cover skills gaps.
If you have particular skills demands or training needs for your employees, the Canada-Ontario Job Grant might be right for you. For more information, please contact us at (613) 741-9042 Ext. 4004 or (613) 443-1058.
The Youth Job Link (YJL) program is a year-round program for youth ages 15-29 who are looking for a job. We can provide access to job search resources, job postings, workshops, training and information to transition into the workforce. This program is free to youth and employers.
In addition to these services, we can offer job matching services and incentives to eligible youth and employers.
To be eligible for incentives and supports, youth must:
The following criteria will be used to prioritize which employers may receive incentives:
For more information, please contact us at (613)-741-9042 Ext. 4009 or (613)-443-1058.
This program is aimed at helping young people aged between 15 and 29 years old acquire skills and experience that will increase their employment capacities. For the young participant, the program includes professional assessment and career development services along with paid workshops and activities and paid on-the-job training.
For employers, this program gives them the opportunity to train and offer support to a young person in their business, and get the opportunity to acquire a good employee in doing so.
This program is for students aged from 15 to 18 years old and aims at supplying them with information and summer jobs perspectives and help them make the right training and career choices. Several students can thus find their first official job through this program.
For employers, this program offers the opportunity to train young people to develop skills in their specific trades, while getting a helping hand during the summer season. Financial incentives are also given to help cover for costs related to temporary reductions in productivity, increased supervision requirements and other expenses during the on-the-job training period.
La Cité Employment Services offers a variety of resources and information to ensure you get the employment assistance you need. We are here to help you succeed in your search for meaningful employment and training.
Whether you are looking for employment or information on literacy, academic upgrading, Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program, Second Career or Employment Insurance, visit one of our resource centres for more information and assistance.
Our resource centres offer free employment related access to computers, internet, printing, photocopying, telephone and fax as well as workshops on demand.
Our services are open to the public and free of charge.
More intensive employment services – such as personalized job search assistance, job matching and placement and job retention services may be available if you are unemployed and out of school. If you are interested in knowing more about these services, please contact us at 613-741-9042 or 613-443-2300.
The objective of Second Career is to support laid off, unemployed individuals who require skills training to assist them to find employment in occupations with demonstrated labour market prospects in Ontario.
Qualified candidates can be eligible to receive financial help to pay for:
Individuals interested in skills training must meet with staff at Career Centre and complete a thorough employment needs assessment. For consideration under the Second Career program, individuals must also be assessed on the Second Career eligibility requirements listed below.
To be eligible, individuals must:
For the purposes of Second Career, “laid-off” individuals also includes:
For the purposes of Second Career, “unemployed” includes individuals:
For more information, please visit our Career Centre : http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/fre/secondcareer/index.html.