WorkBC Centre – Maple Ridge

170 – 22470 Dewdney Trunk Road
Maple Ridge, BC, V2X 5Z6
1-604-466-4600
9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday, Tuesday, Friday
9:00 am to 8:00 pm, Wednesday, Thursday
Statutory Holidays – Closed

Important Update

During this unsettling time, the management and staff of WorkBC Maple Ridge are doing our best to provide ongoing support and services to our clients and communities, to take care of staff, and keep all our stakeholders up to date.

To reduce the risk of spreading the virus, we are following the provincial and federal governments’ mandates around social distancing. We have temporarily closed our offices to walk-in traffic and cancelled all in-person workshops and events and are now delivering services virtually.

We will continue to provide information and employment services online and by telephone. If in-person services are required, please call reception at 604-466-4600 or contact your Career Coach directly.  You can also contact us by email at info-mapleridge@workbc.ca with any questions or inquiries.

To get additional updates on COVID-19 and information about other government services and benefits, go to: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/portfolio/service-canada.html  

Looking for Work?

The Maple Ridge WorkBC Centre offers services that assist clients to explore careers, develop skills, conduct job search and participate in work experience to gain meaningful employment.

Looking for Staff?

The Maple Ridge WorkBC Centre assists Employers to tap into local talent pools, post jobs, and participate in work experience services.

Exploring and Seeking Work

WorkBC Maple Ridge has put together three self-paced training videos to help you find and keep your next job. Stepping into the Job MarketKeeping on My Job Search Mission and Riding the Waves of Employment.

Apply for Employment Services

To access all Maple Ridge WorkBC Centre services, you must register at the Online Employment Services Portal. Find step by step instructions in How to Apply.

WorkBC.ca Job Bank

Search the WorkBC job board and explore WorkBC.ca to learn about the types of work available throughout B.C.

Client Survey

Tell us about your experience with WorkBC Employment Services through the WorkBC Client Survey.

News and Stories

May 25, 2020

Congratulations to Chris Hay for receiving the B.C. Historical Federation’s Award of Recognition. Maple Ridge man honoured for work discovering the Stanley Park Rock Garden... Read More

May 25, 2020

Maple Ridge hair salon owner Michele Rae is relieved that she is finally going to be opening her doors again to clients. However, out of an abundance of caution, she will hold off opening her doors... Read More

May 25, 2020

T&T Supermarket, bannered by Canada food retailer Loblaw Companies Limited, announced plans Friday to open a 40,000 sq. ft. location inside of the mall – for fall next year. For a list of what... Read More

May 20, 2020

Langley City and Township are encouraging people to take part in the longstanding Langley Walk tradition, even as the walk goes virtual this year due to physical distancing requirements. For more... Read More

December 30, 2019

After five years of unemployment, Sarah* is working in her field of interest and study! After a series of entry level jobs, Sarah decided to pursue a post-secondary education. She completed her... Read More

Workshops and Events

May
26
Tue
Employment Planning (Week 2)
May 26 all-day

*Please contact WorkBC Maple Ridge at: 604 466-4600 or info-mapleridge@workbc.ca for the exact time of the workshops.

This series of workshops is for clients who need help to enter or re-enter the workforce. Workshops cover topics including personal planning and goal setting, occupational interests and the current labour market, self-awareness, effective communication and job maintenance.  Workshops are delivered over two weeks; participants attend a three hour workshop each day. In addition to the workshops, participants will be supported by an Employment Coach.

Job Search Essentials
May 26 all-day

*Please contact WorkBC Maple Ridge at: 604 466-4600 or info-mapleridge@workbc.ca for the exact time of the workshops.

This series of workshops is for clients who are looking only for the essentials to conduct a job search. Workshop topics include identifying skills, resume and cover letter development, obtaining references, communication and self-marketing. Workshops are delivered over four days; participants attend a three hour workshop each day. In addition to the workshops, participants will be supported by an Employment Coach.

May
27
Wed
Employment Planning (Week 2)
May 27 all-day

*Please contact WorkBC Maple Ridge at: 604 466-4600 or info-mapleridge@workbc.ca for the exact time of the workshops.

This series of workshops is for clients who need help to enter or re-enter the workforce. Workshops cover topics including personal planning and goal setting, occupational interests and the current labour market, self-awareness, effective communication and job maintenance.  Workshops are delivered over two weeks; participants attend a three hour workshop each day. In addition to the workshops, participants will be supported by an Employment Coach.

Job Search Essentials
May 27 all-day

*Please contact WorkBC Maple Ridge at: 604 466-4600 or info-mapleridge@workbc.ca for the exact time of the workshops.

This series of workshops is for clients who are looking only for the essentials to conduct a job search. Workshop topics include identifying skills, resume and cover letter development, obtaining references, communication and self-marketing. Workshops are delivered over four days; participants attend a three hour workshop each day. In addition to the workshops, participants will be supported by an Employment Coach.

May
28
Thu
Employment Planning (Week 2)
May 28 all-day

*Please contact WorkBC Maple Ridge at: 604 466-4600 or info-mapleridge@workbc.ca for the exact time of the workshops.

This series of workshops is for clients who need help to enter or re-enter the workforce. Workshops cover topics including personal planning and goal setting, occupational interests and the current labour market, self-awareness, effective communication and job maintenance.  Workshops are delivered over two weeks; participants attend a three hour workshop each day. In addition to the workshops, participants will be supported by an Employment Coach.

If you would like to learn more about these workshops and events, please contact us at: 604 466-4600 or info-mapleridge@workbc.ca