Services for Job Seekers
ACFOMI Employment Services provides bilingual services to job seekers who want to integrate the labour market or reorient their career. It also provides job seekers with information on various programs and subsidies offered by Employment Ontario.
Our Employment Services team is dedicated to ensuring that both English and French speaking youth and adults are prepared to find work that meet their expectations.
- Assistance in updating and writing a resume, in both French and English
- Assistance in writing cover letters and thank-you letters, in both French and English
- Access to techniques and coaching to perform well in an interview
- Access to career guidance and training/development services
- Assistance and support with individual consultations
Assisted Services for Job Seekers
To access our assisted services, one must make an appointment with one of our Employment Counsellors. According to eligibility, job seekers will be able to access assisted services such as job search, job matching with or without placement and incentives, and maintenance in employment and training.
Our dedicated team of Employment Counsellors are there to help job seekers!
Here are some of the things that our Employment Counsellors can do for you:
- Offer personalized consultations on employability, career counselling and information on the local labour market
- Provide tools and effective job search strategies
- Assist in the preparation of resumes and cover letters
- Help with personalized interview preparation/practices
Job Retention and Training
We offer a wide range of flexible services that can be adapted to job seeker needs.
We provide information on local training and employment opportunities, community support services, professional and training requirements, and resources to support job search.
We help define and plan a career path and help you make informed decisions about education, training and employment.
Job Matching, Placement and Incentives
The job matching component provides employers with financial incentives to offer on-the-job training job trials and skills assessments to unemployed job seekers.
At the end of their placement, job seekers will have recent work experience and additional skills to add to their resumes which will increase their chances of successfully finding long-term employment.
Employers receive financial incentives when they hire, enroll or train an apprentice. Participants can receive information and support about the apprenticeship program.
Offered by Employment Ontario, this program gives the opportunity for individuals who are experiencing a layoff to get professional training to help them find a job in a high-demand in Ontario. According to eligibility, participants may receive financial support to obtain necessary certification to get a long term sustainable employment.
Are you looking for a job?
Visit our Job Board to explore new opportunities available in Kingston today.
Our services are funded by:
Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario, Conseil régional des Mille-Îles
760, Highway 15,
Kingston, ON K7L 0C3
1(800) 561-4695 (toll-free)
Fax: 613 546-4695
Hours of operation:
Monday: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Friday: 8:30am – 3:00pm