THE NEW BRUNSWICK AFRICAN RECRUITMENT FAIR.

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In a bid to generate its own share to Canada’s realization of its dream of inviting over one million immigrants in the next three years, the province of New Brunswick has initiated an African movement called the “New Brunswick African Recruitment Fair” which is targeted creating exciting career opportunities. This process explores the values of experiences and skills of newcomers from all over the world, especially Africa.

 

 

 

The summit would consist of job fairs that would be divided into information sessions and instant recruitment events which would be held by several prospective employers.

This would serve as an exceptional platform for these employers to run a 100 percent survey on their prospective candidates in order to prompt a hire. This would, in turn, encourage an opportunity for employers to have a physical interaction with prospective international candidates.

The trick to getting selected under the New Brunswick African Recruitment Fair is to be a bi-lingual candidate because New Brunswick is a bilingual province with its dominant languages being French and English, a bilingual candidate possesses a high chance of selection than candidates only proficient in the English language.

This is New Brunswick’s way of bringing Canada to immigrants all over Africa, with well-detailed information sessions on employment, candidates can have a mental picture and brace themselves for the Canadian Labor market techniques before even arriving in Canada.

Through the New Brunswick African Recruitment Fair, New Brunswick companies are recruiting directly for long term employment. Please note these programs are ONLY for individuals intending to reside in the New Brunswick province.

The professionals eligible for this even must have recent experience in the following occupations;

  • NOC 3413: Nurse Aide.
  • NOC 6322: Cooks.
  • NOC 6551: Customer Service Representative.
  • NOC 6552: Other Customer and Information Services Representatives.
  • NOC 7231: Machinists.
  • NOC 7231: Tool and Die Makers.
  • NOC 7511: Transport and Truck Drivers.
  • NOC 8241: Logging Machinery Operators.
  • NOC 9526: Mechanical Assemblance and Inspectors.

 

NEW BRUNSWICK AFRICAN RECRUITMENT FAIR IN AFRICA;

Tuesday, 11 February 2020 008:00 NB Recruitment Event Casablanca, Morocco SIGN UP
Tuesday, 11 February 2020 008:00 Information Session Casablanca, Morocco SIGN UP
Wednesday, 12 February 2020 008:00 NB Recruitment Event Casablanca, Morocco SIGN UP
Wednesday, 12 February 2020 008:00 Information Session Casablanca, Morocco SIGN UP
Saturday, 15 February 2020 008:00 NB Recruitment Event Abidjan, Ivory Coast SIGN UP
Saturday, 15 February 2020 008:00 Information Session Abidjan, Ivory Coast SIGN UP
Sunday, 16 February 2020 008:00 NB Recruitment Event Abidjan, Ivory Coast SIGN UP
Sunday, 16 February 2020 008:00 Information Session Abidjan, Ivory Coast SIGN UP
Tuesday, 18 February 2020 008:00 NB Recruitment Event Dakar, Senegal SIGN UP
Tuesday, 18 February 2020 008:00 Information Session Dakar, Senegal SIGN UP

 

Candidates are hereby advised to have visited major African francophone countries in order to become familiar with upcoming New Brunswick recruitment events which would be under the New Brunswick African Recruitment Fair. Most especially Senegal since it is a stone throw from Nigeria and it is a visa-free country, making it the most accessible neighboring francophone country.

With the cancellation of the “Connection to New Brunswick” as a major requirement for a nomination, it is safe to brand New Brunswick as a strong supporter in the eradication of invitation hassles which has hindered many application processes. This, in turn, would create an increase in the number of Letters of Advice to Apply to be issued before the end of 2020.

WHO CAN GET SELECTED?

Here is a hypothetical example because you might wonder who is most eligible for the New Brunswick African Recruitment Fair; Kunle, a Nigerian born telemarketer who is well proficient in French and English languages, Kunle completed some online french courses and even took some french exams to further his proficiency level, he is vastly traveled majorly to francophone countries in Africa but intends to live and further his career in Canada.

Kunle’s highest level of education is a PhD in Mass Communication, he has a general work experience of at least 5years, he achieved an exceptional band score in his IELTS and TEF exams and he has evaluated his credentials. 

If you fit this description or know anyone who does, now is the time to get started and as the saying goes “If you want to go quickly, go alone but If you want to go fargo together.” We would be here at every step of the way; your hand in ours as we procure your visa process seamlessly. This is the time to get started, Canada is forever willing to take in newcomers and you just might be one of them.

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