We are a group of enthusiasts who have decided to make the process of searching for a Job Offer through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program and the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program easier for people. If people benefit, then we benefit: win-win. We have a unique database of Canadian employers, communities, recruiters, decision makers, resources, and vacancies in Canada. We maintain and update this database on a daily basis. We have also created a network of professionals who will look for a job offer in Canada for you. This project was created to help you on your way to a better life in Canada.
Are you searching for a Job Offer in Canada under the AIPP and RNIP immigration programs? Our specialists will create your professional Resume and Cover Letter; follow the database of Atlantic employers and vacancies; send your Resume in the case of new vacancies with your profile; conduct correspondence with prospective employers; and, at the right time, arrange, prepare, and connect you to an interview with the employer.
Searching for a Job Offer in Canada under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. Our specialists will make you a professional Resume and Cover Letter, will follow for you the database of Atlantic employers and vacancies, send your Resume for you in case of coincidence of new vacancies with your profile, conduct correspondence with employers for you and, at the right time, arrange, prepare and connect you to an interview with the employer.
Curriculum Vitae (Resume) & Cover Letter
Our experts will prepare a professional Resume and Cover Letter according to Canadian/American standards for you. This will increase your chances of finding a Job Offer in Canada remotely or through attending informational sessions abroad and job fairs.
Unlimited access to our database of Atlantic employers and vacancies with all of their contact details. The database is updated daily Monday to Friday. All new vacancies during the week are highlighted separately in blue.
AIPP is the latest immigration Program launched by the Atlantic Provinces in coordination with the federal government.More