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Employment Bridge

The Employment Bridge is a tool for Surrey employers and job seekers to connect. It is designed to make it easier for employers to find prospective employees that have undergone formalized training and reskilling/upskilling in different job functions across various industries. The ‘Job Board’ section is intended for employers to share new employment opportunities. The Surrey Board of Trade uploads the latest resumes on the ‘Applicant Board’ section from applicants that have most recently graduated from an accredited training institution in a specialized program.

Employers can also find information about hiring students enrolled in Work Integrated Learning / Co-op Programs from various fields of study as well as Wage Subsidy and Funding Information here.

Please note that the Surrey Board of Trade does not: 

  • Guarantee job placement for anyone using its job board or applicant board;
  • Guarantee that an employer will fill the vacancy by advertising on the job board;
  • Guarantee the validity of any job vacancy submitted;
  • Make recommendations regarding potential employers or employees;
  • Perform background checks on job applicants or employers;
  • Assume any responsibility for wages, benefits, safety, working conditions, or any other aspect of employment.

For Ukraine newcomers seeking employment or businesses wanting to offer jobs to Ukraine newcomers please visit our Ukraine page for information and resources.


Job Board

Employers can post jobs to the Surrey Board of Trade’s job board. Log in to your member account to submit a posting for an available position. Applicants can view the available jobs.

Job Board


Applicant Board

Find candidates that are skilled and ready to work.

Accounting & Payroll Positions

Bookkeeping & Office Administration

Administration Positions

Agriculture / Horticulture

Business Management Positions

Certified IT Technician

Graphic Designers

Legal Professionals

Logistics Professionals

Project Development Professionals

Occupation Specific Reskilled Resumes

Research Assistant

Restaurant Management


Workforce Connections and


Wage Subsidy and Funding Information for Employers

As an employer, hiring a student or WIL / Co-op student, you may be eligible to receive funding through government or non-for-profit grants and or wage subsidy programs. For information about those programs, see below.

GET FUNDING: Funding, grants, and wage subsidies for community partners offering work-integrated learning opportunities

Innovate BC – Innovator Skills Initiative

Wage Subsidy – WorkBC

COVID-19 Wage and Hiring Support for Businesses

Includes:

  • Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program (THRP) – Wage
    Effective: October 24, 2021, to May 7, 2022
  • Hardest-Hit Business Recovery Program (HHBRP) – Wage
    Effective: October 24, 2021, to May 7, 2022
  • Canada Recovery Hiring Program (CRHP)
    Effective: June 6, 2021, to May 7, 2022

More Grants and Funding


North Surrey WorkBC centres offer specialized, no-cost services for employers, including:

  • Covering up to 50% of new employee wages for 24 weeks through the Wage Subsidy Program.
  • Hosting job fairs and information sessions that can increase your company’s reach.
  • Sharing job postings with thousands of local job seekers via the job board and social media channels.
  • Pre-screening interested job seekers to ensure suitable competencies and ideal fit.

For more information, please contact:

Guildford info-surreyguildford@workbc.ca (604) 580-9740
Whalley info-surreywhalley@workbc.ca (604) 584-0003
Newton info-surreynewton@workbc.ca (778) 728-0175