Community Resume Database Program
Belleville Wants You!
Our community employee database program ensures that the needs of employers and job seekers are met.
Economic and Strategic Initiatives has created the “Belleville Wants You” program in which we regularly collect resumes, provide contacts for employment resource centres, organize job fairs and contact local media on behalf of prospective companies to ensure there is available labour to support their immediate needs.
We maintain an updated database of approximately 1500 resumes, categorized by skill set (i.e. Human Resources, accountant, travel agent, child care etc.) that will be provided to any employer in our community upon request. Local and potential employers are encouraged to contact us for free access to this database.
We have found this program to be extremely effective in linking employers with willing and able workers.
If you are interested in providing us with your resume for distribution to local employers, please email your resume to:
Any questions regarding this program can be forwarded to:
Development & Tourism Assistant
Economic & Strategic Initiatives
In accordance with Privacy Legislation, the information collected will be distributed only to those employers who have requested it. By submission of your resume, you hereby agree to the circulation of your resume to those local employers
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