Our experts first re-write your Resmé or CV to Canadian employers stanards. We review all your references for the past ten years and make recommendations so they can be clearly understood in Canada.
Our next step involves completing a full Canadian equivalency test on all your qualifications to ensure your case is presented in the best possible light to the Canadian Immigration Austorities and local employers can quickly see the skills you have.
We shall prepare you for the new terms you may need to remember so at interview you sound confident and understood first time with no confussion.
Enjoy learning about your next step and we hope to be able to help.
Your Canada Job Search
Your Canada job search starts here. Brighter Visas has partnered with a range of Canadian recruitment firms to help you find your ideal role. Our International Employment Preparation Service will rewrite your résumé to market you to Canadian employers, supply you with an application pack, and even provide a Certificate of Eligibility to show that your qualifications are suitable for jobs in Canada.
Once you have your brand new résumé and Canadian job application pack, you can begin to work with our recruitment partners and apply to the jobs that you want. Our Canadian jobs team will also send you regular updates with potential roles and links to suitable job adverts.
Canadian Jobs for Migrants
Gaining sponsorship by a Canadian employer is an excellent way to move to Canada without having to wait for quotas to open. Once you gain your job offer in Canada, Brighter Visas will work with you and your employer to gain the necessary visas to move you and your family to Canada to work.
Find out today if your skills and experience make you a good candidate for jobs in Canada – just take our free assessment below, and our Canadian employment and immigration team will be in touch.
Job Opportunities in Canada
As a thriving economy, there are a number of growing industries in Canada that offer fantastic opportunities to migrant workers. Visa programmes for foreign workers have particular calls for people working in electrical and construction trades, agriculture, manufacturing, logging and forestry, mining and quarrying, mineral and metal processing, telecommunications, plumbing, and a range of other trades.
Even if your industry is not on the skills shortage list for Canada, you may be able to gain a job offer from a Canadian company and then have your employer sponsor you to live and work in Canada. Find out today how Brighter Visas can help you.
February 14, 2015