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Job Board

Looking for a job, either while you're a student or after you graduate? NIC's new Employment Resource Centre Job Board is full of up-to-date career possibilities. Speak with an Employment Services Advisor to develop strategies for effective job searching, learn more about co-op education opportunities, connect with businesses and organizations that are seeking new employees, and much more.

Current Job Opportunities

All NIC Students

University Studies

Humanities and Social Sciences

Aboriginal Opportunities

Interactive Media

On Campus

National or International Jobs

For more information, contact the Employment Resource Centre nearest you, or email employment.resources@nic.bc.ca.

Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for a place to volunteer, do a practicum, a field studies project, or just gain some new experience? Connecting with theses resources is a great place to start!

Also check 10 Tips on Volunteering Wisely

Disclaimer

Co-operative Education and the Employment Resource Centre does not pre-screen employers or endorse their products or services. Applicants for any jobs identified through postings with the Employment Resource Centre, information sessions, or other career events on campus are responsible for ascertaining and verifying the terms and conditions of employment including: the nature of the work, the hours of work, work environment, duration of employment, the amount and type of remuneration (salary, hourly wage, commission or piece work), schedule of payment, benefits, reputation of the employer, and any cost to the employee associated with the employment (i.e., purchase of sales kits, equipment, travel expenses, car insurance, etc.). Information about your rights and responsibilities as an employee is available from:
  1. The Employment Standards Branch of the Ministry of Labour
  2. The BC Council of Human Rights
  3. Canada Council Code (R.S. 1985, c. L-2)
Information about employers may be available from The Better Business Bureau at 250–386–6348. To guard against identity theft or potential discrimination, be careful about revealing any personal information beyond such things as would typically be described on your resume and do not give out personal banking or identification information.

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Contact Us

Comox Valley Campus:
Employment Resource Centre
Rm 120, Puntledge Hall
250-334-5076
employment.resources
@nic.bc.ca



Campbell River Campus
Employment Resource Centre
Rm A246
250-923-9739
employment.resources
@nic.bc.ca