CCRW’s Employment Services (ES) program has been operational since 2003. Located in Moncton, New Brunswick and funded by the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour, we have demonstrated our capacity in helping persons with disability find work with an average of 77.3% success rate.
The current service location of the Employment Services program in on Main Street in Moncton, NB with sub-offices in Shédiac, Richibucto and Sackville. This main service location is fully accessible and fully bilingual.
The Employment Services program works with both job seekers with disabilities and employers. We work with clients with physical, sensory or learning disabilities who are seeking employment. We also work with employers to ensure their understanding of the benefits of hiring people with disabilities, and to support inclusive and healthy environments at work.
The Employment Services program is positioned with community agencies and employers to provide proactive, client-focused, results-oriented case management. Clients are recruited through referrals by community partners, open house information sessions, and self-referral.
The Employment Services staff utilizes a case management model which involves the clients’ active participation in identifying his/her own personal expected outcomes. Once case management has been established, and Individualized Action plan is created and customized for each client to provide direction for client interventions for success. The ES team supports the client, providing tools and direction, in order to meet desired outcomes.
To date, Employment Services has served 1,342 people with disabilities, of whom 695 have found meaningful work, 350 have been assisted in their return to school, and 75 have enhanced their employable skills. At present, Employment Services averages about 168 open client files monthly.
Why choose CCRW Employment Services?
- fully bilingual (both official languages of New Brunswick) written and verbal communication and service
- all staff are proficient in identifying employment barriers and accommodation needs
- extensive background working with a targeted group, and ability to assess individual needs
- ability to demonstrate effective results in interview and resume techniques
- extensive knowledge of labour market information, job opportunities, strategies, career and training opportunities
- extensive knowledge of internet search engines, browsing and job search cruising
- proficiency in a variety of networking techniques
- proficiency in Microsoft Office products