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

About Us

The Maple Ridge WorkBC Centre helps job seekers access employment services, and employers to tap into local talent pools.

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.

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

October 8, 2019

New research says job growth from clean energy will dramatically outpace that from fossil fuels over the next decade. ​ Canada’s clean-energy sector had produced 300,000 jobs by 2017. It... Read More

October 8, 2019

B.C.’s government is committing $5 million to allow municipalities to create local initiatives the province hopes will help reduce the overall poverty rate by 25% and the child poverty rate by 50%... Read More

October 8, 2019

The trades sector is a key economic driver throughout the province, employing about 180,000 workers out of a total of more than 242,000 in construction, according to BC Stats. Construction companies... Read More

October 7, 2019

Immigrant business owners are active in all sectors of our economy such as construction, professional services, health care and retail trade. There are more than 47,000 immigrants in senior... Read More

October 3, 2019

The growing wage gap between immigrants and Canadian-born workers has hit a new high, with new Canadians earning 10 per cent less on average, says a new report. The gulf, which spans age, gender,... Read More

Events

Oct
18
Fri
Discovery of Work Options (Part 1)
Oct 18 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 interested in career exploration. Career and occupational assessments, career planning, goal setting, labour market research and job search are some of the topics covered by the workshops. The series is 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.

eTEA (Extraordinary Teens with Extraordinary Abilities Grade 13)
Oct 18 all-day

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

This program is delivered in partnership with School District 42 and is for Grade 13 students with disabilities. A wide range of topics are covered to support participants to prepare for and enter the workforce. It is a 15 week program is offered on Fridays, full-day.

Oct
21
Mon
Discovery of Work Options (Part 2)
Oct 21 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 interested in career exploration. Career and occupational assessments, career planning, goal setting, labour market research and job search are some of the topics covered by the workshops. The series is 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.

Workplace Essentials
Oct 21 all-day

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

This four week full-time program assists attendees helps develop the skills they need to achieve their career goals. Participants will develop essential skills in reading, document use and numeracy. This program guides learners through a process to identify their skills in relation to a specific occupational goal and develop a realistic plan to achieve this. The program is offered in a supportive environment with hands-on exploration and learning to assist participants overcome obstacles to employment.

Oct
22
Tue
Discovery of Work Options (Part 2)
Oct 22 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 interested in career exploration. Career and occupational assessments, career planning, goal setting, labour market research and job search are some of the topics covered by the workshops. The series is 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