Brad’s career includes over 20 years in the public sector and 6 years in the private sector food industry. For the past 13 years, he has been involved with labour market research and workforce development through both the Workforce Planning Board of Waterloo Wellington Dufferin and Centre for Workforce Development. He has lead some very innovative projects that addressed various labour market concerns as well as engaged communities to focus on issues such as youth unemployment, misperceptions of manufacturing, providing an inclusive community and immigrant employment.
Contact Brad: [email protected]
Operations and Administrative Coordinator
Bonnie has been with the Centre for Workforce Development for over 20 years, having started her career at the Board when it was known as the East Central Ontario Training Board. Reporting to the Executive Director, she is responsible for maintaining the Board finances and administration. With a solid background in project operations, you will often find her leading key Board projects in the community.
Contact Bonnie: [email protected]
Tara is an experienced Project Coordinator who is leading our Ontario Labour Market Partnership project – “Elementary Skilled Trades”. This project is aimed at developing a series of workshops for students in Grades 5 to 8 that will inform them about what a skilled trade is, what is in-demand locally, courses they will need if trades interest them as well as what the education paths are into the trades.
Tara is available to answer questions you may have about the skilled trades path. She will also be working with members of the health care community on the next steps in developing a local Health Care HR Strategy.
Contact Tara: [email protected]
Labour Market Information Analyst
Neelu is an experienced community developer who is leading our new Labour Market Information Help Desk. Through the Help Desk page, you can submit requests for Labour Market Information.
Neelu is available Tuesday to Thursday to answer your labour market inquiries. She will also be leading the new Job Tools pages and Labour Market reports once this section has been established on our website. Watch for this to section to be launched in early July 2021!
Contact Neelu: [email protected]
Canada Summer Jobs -Project Assistants
The Centre for Workforce Development has two Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) Student Positions that they are looking to fill. To be eligible for CSJ, you must meet the following criteria:
- be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment;
- be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and,
- be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations
Note: *International students are not eligible. Recent immigrants are eligible if they are Canadian Citizens or permanent residents.
Click on the following links to find out more about each position including qualifications, duties and how to apply.
The Canada Summer Jobs positions are funded in part by the Government of Canada.