Work permits

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/temp/work/prov/index.asp

 

Resumes and CV’s

Most Canadian employers make use of resumes. KHIS could assist you with a job specific resume.

A resume is the preferred application document in the US and Canada. Americans and Canadians would only use a CV when applying for a job abroad or if searching for an academic or research oriented position.

CV:

A CV (Curriculum Vitæ, which means course of life in Latin) is an in-depth document that can be laid out over two or more pages and it contains a high level of detail about your achievements, a great deal more than just a career biography. The CV covers your education as well as any other accomplishments like publications, awards, honours etc.

The document tends to be organised chronologically and should make it easy to get an overview of an individual’s full working career. A CV is static and doesn’t change for different positions, the difference would be in the cover letter. (http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/cv-vs-resume-difference-and-when-use-which)

Resume:

A resume, or résumé, is a concise document typically not longer than one page as the intended reader will not dwell on your document for very long. The goal of a resume is to make an individual stand out from the competition.

The job seeker should adapt the resume to every position they apply for.  It is in the applicant’s interest to change the resume from one job application to another and to tailor it to the needs of the specific post. A resume doesn’t have to be ordered chronologically, doesn’t have to cover your whole career like and is a highly customisable document. (http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/cv-vs-resume-difference-and-when-use-which)

 

Finding a job

www.jobbank.gc.ca