Databases (library card required)
Find the right career, explore education and training options, build a resume and search jobs. Use this version from home.
Learning Express Library
Instantly scored licensing, certification, and aptitude practice tests. Online career preparation, and vital information for a wide variety of occupations. Plus resources that will prepare you for career success, from the job search to interviewing and beyond.
BC Work Futures
A guide to hundreds of B.C. careers and the education and training needed to pursue them, as well as job prospects in each career.
BCjobs.ca is 100% BC owned and operated. Currently has over 440 job postings and averages over 350 new job postings each month.
Build your Career with Essential Skills
Research an occupation, assess your skills, and set up a personalized learning program with this free website.
Positions posted by Canadian companies and organized by type of job.
National Occupational Classification (NOC) and Career Handbook
Skilled Immigrant InfoCentre
Online versions of the NOC and Career Handbook from Human Resources and Development Canada. An encyclopedia guide to careers, and the education and training needed to pursue them.
The BC section of Service Canada, the federal government's career service page.
A one-start shop for online career and labour market information in BC.
A service provided by the Vancouver Public Library. The web site provides information on a variety of occupations (pathfinders), including overviews, labour market information and related associations.
SUCCESS Virtual Resource Centre
An online employment resource portal including links to job postings and articles (for registered members; registration is free) as well as websites on a variety of related topics.
Port Moody Employment Services Centre
Port Moody ESC is funded by Service Canada to provide employment services in the Tri-City region. Services include high-speed internet access, one-on-one counselling, fax and photocopy services, and up-to-date career exploration tools.
While in the Port Moody library visit our Career Corner to find information about job hunting, local jobs and career choices.