Advantages of Using an Employment Services Agency for your Job Search
Spark Employment Services is a non-profit organization funded by Employment Ontario with a mission to deliver exceptional employment and educational services by connecting jobseekers to meaningful employment opportunities. Through our newly adopted motivational approach, we seek to create equity in access to meaningful employment by working with jobseekers around the community to assess their level of readiness and motivation to more effectively plan their path to success! All of our services are FREE and our great team of employment experts are trained to work one-on-one with jobseekers and local employers to come up with a personalized plan towards finding and maintaining employment.
As we all know, the job seeking process can be very stressful and sometimes time-consuming. Below are 5 advantages to working with Spark Employment Services to help you with your job search!
1. Our Employment Specialists do most of the job searching for you!
Our great team of expert Employment Specialist and Job Developers work together to create a vast database of open job opportunities. With premium access to this list of current job openings, you are in a much better position to finding the right job for you!
2. Personalized employment counselling and other FREE resources and supports.
Our Employment Specialists work with jobseekers on a one-to-one basis in order to better understand their wants and needs and find their clients suitable work that fits their lifestyle while providing the support and resources they need to be successful there. They can also provide assistance with building your résumé, job interview tips and other valuable feedback to expedite the application and hiring process, and improve your chances of finding meaningful employment.
3. Access to multiple job opportunities and hidden job market.
Spark has a large variety of open job postings which allows our clients to be considered for a variety of job openings at once. Our Employment Specialists are then able to use their expertise to best match each candidate to the best employment fit. We also work with many employers to help them choose the right people for their job openings, some of which are exclusive to Spark client’s and not publicized anywhere else.
4. Opportunity to upgrade current skills.
Staying sharp and learning new skills are essential to a successful career. Our Training & Skills Development program offers a huge variety of FREE workshops, e-learning and educational & workplace training options to help you upgrade your skills. Our expert Training Facilitators work with clients to set up a learning plan based on their goals, needs and abilities. We have small and virtual classrooms available and offer individualized coaching to help jobseekers upgrade their skills and credentials.
5. Job Coaching and Job Trials
Spark Employment Services can provide job coaching to help build motivation and readiness to incorporate work into jobseekers lives, and offer on the job support and retention planning to ensure that individuals have all the resources and tools to be successful in their new position. Our Job Developers are also trained to design placement training plans to match client’s skills and interests with employers. They can also help with providing successful applicants with an orientation to the workplace, including the rules and expectations of employers, rights and responsibilities of employees, Canadian workplace culture, etc.
Our team of experts is ready to help you maximize your success.
Make your job search easier and register with Spark today by stopping by our office located at 435 Notre Dame Ave, Sudbury, ON or contact us at 705-671-2544 | email@example.com. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 8:30am – 4:30pm.
This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario. The views expressed in this publication are the views of Spark Employment Services and do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Canada or the Government of Ontario.