Jobs for Ukraine

Ukrainians are coming to Canada to escape the crisis in their country. When they arrive, many will look for a job.


To recruit Ukrainians on Job Bank, follow these steps:

  1. Create an employer file on Job Bank.
  2. Create a job posting and save it as a draft.
  3. Contact us to let us know that your job is for Ukraine.

Important: All jobs advertised through Jobs for Ukraine are publicly accessible and open to anyone who is legally entitled to work in Canada. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can still apply.


Additional resources for employers:

Ukrainian job seekers

Are you looking for a job in Canada? Many Canadian businesses have posted jobs for Ukraine on Job Bank, the Government of Canada's free-to-use online job board.


To improve your search results, follow these steps:

  1. Click on "Advanced" next to the search bar.
  2. In the search fields, type in a job title or the name of an employer.
  3. Enter the location where you want to work in Canada. You can enter a postal code or the name of a province, a territory or a city.
  4. Select the filters that interest you to narrow down your search results.
  5. Click on "View results" at the top of the page.

You can also search through all the jobs advertised across Canada on Job Bank by removing the "Jobs for Ukraine" filter. To get notified by email when new jobs matching your criteria are advertised, click on "Create alert" in the top right corner of the search results page. You will need to create an account.


If you need help to find work in Canada, you can contact Job Bank. Make sure to let us know that you are a Ukrainian national looking for a job in Canada.


Additional resources for Ukrainian job seekers:


You can also download our fact-sheet in the language of your choice to learn how to search and apply for jobs on Job Bank.

Provincial and territorial resources

Some provinces and territories are offering services for Ukrainian nationals arriving in Canada and the employers who want to recruit them.

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