Job Seekers

Are You Unemployed or Underemployed?

Are you unemployed/underemployed or working less than 20 hours per week and looking for suitable work? We Can Help!

The City of Windsor’s Employment and Training Services (ETS) can offer something to every job seeker. We can help you with:

  • Directing and focusing your job search
  • Assessing your skills to focus on the ones that employers are looking for
  • Building an effective resume
  • Identifying ways to improve your job search
  • Connecting you with employers

In this video, Andrew Daher, Executive Director of Employment and Social Services welcomes back individuals from the Windsor-Essex community, reminding the public that we’re open for business and here to help with individuals' employment and training needs.

ETS will identify and work with you on strengthening your:

You will work one on one with skilled employment counselors who will give you the attention you need to help you find the right job. We can help you access new contacts, understand the hidden job market and make you available

To learn more about our services for job seekers, see the links below:

Assisted Services
These services are available if you’re unemployed or underemployed, and they will give you the chance to work directly with representatives from ETS to find the right job and improve your job search, interview skills, resume and more.

Job Opportunities
View current job openings from employers across Windsor and Essex County.

Resources and Information
Learn about the services and information we have available through our resource centre to help you connect with the right opportunities.

Community Partnerships and Resources
Discover other local, provincial and national organizations and resources that can help you connect with job opportunities, skills development and training opportunities.

Contact Us to Learn More

For more information on our programs and services for job seekers, contact us today by phone or email:

Phone: 519-977-6444

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Your job is out there. We’ll help you find it.