Edmonton

Ability Career & Employment Services

 

102, 10155 – 114th Street

Edmonton, AB T5K 1R8

Contact: Steven Dennis

drsdennis@gmail.com

Tel: (780) 423-2010

www.ability.ab.ca

Acces Emploi Alberta

 

202, 8627 – 91st Street

Edmonton, AB T6C 3N1

Contact: Suzanne Corneau

Suzanne.corneau@accesemploi.net

Tel: (780) 490-6975

www.accesemploi.net

Anderson Career Training Institute

 

10604 – 172nd Street

Edmonton, AB T5S 1H8

Contact: Paul Anderson

anderson_p@shaw.ca

Tel: (780) 944-0909

www.acti.org

Ballad Consulting Group

 

354, 10113 – 104th Street

Edmonton, AB T5J 1A1

Contact: John Corie

jcorie@balladgroup.ca

Tel: (855) 295-7180

www.balladgroup.ca

BGS Enterprises Inc.

 

310, 10665 Jasper Avenue

Edmonton, AB T5J 3S9

Contact: Joe MacKay

joemackay@bgsenterprises.com

Tel: (780) 425-6655

www.bgsenterprises.com

Bissell Centre

 

10527 – 96th Street

Edmonton, AB T5H 2H6

Contact: Mark Bubel

mbubel@bissellcentre.org

Tel: (780) 423-2285

www.bissellcentre.org

Bredin Centre for Learning

 

9th Floor, 10045 – 111th Street

Edmonton, AB T5K 2M5

Contact: Debbie Green

debbie.green@bredin.ca

Tel: (780) 425-3730

www.bredin.ca

Careers in Transition (CIT)

 

420, 10621 – 100th Avenue

Edmonton, AB T5J 0B3

Contact: Garry Rentz

grentz@citinc.ca

Tel: (780) 496-9224

www.psdn.ca

CIT; Careers in Transition offers GED training and Alarm systems installer programs located in both Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan. The Fort Saskatchewan office is located at Suite 155, 10420- 98 avenue, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, T8L 2N6. Career Under Construction is another entity that offers career services and information for unemployed and marginally employed residents of Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas. We offer short-term workshops, training and placement assistance. This office is located at Suite 162, 10404- 99th Avenue, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, T8L 3W2. Lives in Transition offer employment services for women leaving domestic abuse situations; call 780-496-9224.

DECSA

 

11515 – 71st Street

Edmonton, AB T5B 1W1

Contact: Carol Smith

csmith@decsa.com

Tel: (780) 474-2500

www.decsa.com

Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers

 

10211 – 97th Street

Edmonton, AB T5J 0L6

Contact: Erick Ambtman

eambtman@emcn.ab.ca

Tel: (780) 423-9501

www.emcn.ab.ca

EmployAbilities

 

400, 10909 Jasper Avenue

Edmonton, AB T5J 3L9

Contact: Jason Loewer

jasonl@employabilities.ab.ca

Tel: (780) 423-4106

www.employabilities.ab.ca

McBride Career Group Inc.

 

801, 10242 – 105th Street

Edmonton, AB T5J 3L5

Contact: Shirley McBride

shirley@mcbridecareers.com

Tel: (780) 453-8210

www.mcbridecareergroup.com

McBride Career Group Inc. began their work with unemployed Albertans in 1989, and has continually expanded services to present specialization in career consulting, employment support, occupational training, and professional development. There are three focal points to service provision:

Unemployed Albertans: To assist unemployed individuals to achieve and retain meaningful employment opportunities.

Career Changers: To assist working Albertans to identify steps required toward job and career goals.

Alberta Employers: To support the hiring, training, developing and retention of capable employees.

 

On Site Placement (OSP)

 

802, 9707 – 110th Street

Edmonton, AB T5K 2L9

Contact: Ken Marsh

kenm@osp.ab.ca

Tel: (780) 488-8122

www.osp.ab.ca

On Site Placement (1981, OSP) is a non-profit and charitable organization in Edmonton. Employers and clients benefit from FREE services promoting workplace diversity. About 300 clients find meaningful work each year. The Burke Temporary Employment Agency (OSP) employs about 130 temporary workers. Individuals find work matching their strengths, interests, and needs. Clients must be at least 17 years of age. Service Canada, Alberta Human Services, and Alberta Health fund OSP programs.

Prospect Human Services Society

 

102, 9940 – 106th Street

Edmonton, AB T5K 2N2

Contact: Karl Kuss

karl.kuss@prospectnow.ca

Tel: (780) 756-0444

www.prospectnow.ca

Established in 1987, Prospect helps create a more productive, diverse, and inclusive workforce. Using a variety of innovative assessment, skill development, placement and retention strategies, Prospect programs build individual, employer, workplace and workforce capacity. At the heart of our efforts is a desire to break down barriers that impede individuals from finding meaningful work. We want all Albertans, regardless of circumstance, to be able to fulfil their employment potential. Prospect drives change by designing solutions that bring out the best in individuals, employers and ourselves. We value great ideas, individual value, collaboration, enthusiasm, and the drive to get things done.