Local Employment Services

One of the RRLIP's local priorities, outlined in the RRLIP Community Plan, is employment. To advance the employment priority, we offer the below links and contact information for local employment services providers.

Conseil économique et coopératif de la Saskatchewan (CÉCS) 
or https://cecs-sk.ca/en/
The CÉCS offers a range of programs and services that meet Francophone communities’ needs and challenges related to economic development. CÉCS also serves English speakers.

Phone: 306-566-6000
Location: 205-1440, 9th Avenue North, Regina, SK. S4R 8B1

Rooted Connections (formerly CFS Regina)
Rooted Connections' Newcomer Career Services assists permanent residents, refugees, and other protected persons in Canada with searching, applying for and securing employment while giving one-on-one employment counselling sessions, career planning and development, and guidance in the Canadian Labour Market. 

Phone: 306-525-0521
Location: 160 McIntosh Street, Regina, SK. S4R 4Z4

Regina Immigrant Women Centre (RIWC) 
RIWC provides programming and services for Education, Enrichment, Empowerment & Integration of newcomer women and their family members, all genders. The Employment Programs are designed to provide counselling and training to meet the labour market needs.

Phone: 306-359-6516
Location: Unit 16B, 3806 Albert Street, S4S 3R2 

Regina Open Door Society (RODS) 
RODS' Employment Services program supports newcomers in their career transition by offering various employment-focused programs. Our dedicated and qualified team of counsellors, instructors and job developers combined with our partnerships with the local employers allow us to help newcomers achieve their career goals.

Phone: 306-352-3521
Location: 2314 - 11th Avenue, Regina, SK. S4P 0K1

Regina Public Library (RPL) 
RPL Business and Careers Webpage
Through its Business, Personal Finance and Careers programs, the RPL has a commitment to supporting employment and economic development in Regina.

Phone: 306-777-6000
Locations: 10 locations across Regina. Find more details here: https://www.reginalibrary.ca/locations

Regina Work Preparation Centre (RWPC) 
Phone: 306-757-9096
Location: 2020 Halifax Street, Regina,Sk. S4P 1T7

Saskatchewan Polytechnic (SPT) 

Student Employment Services (SES) connects Saskatchewan Polytechnic students and alumni with employers through a variety of programs and services. 
Phone: 306-775-7434
Location: Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus: 4500 Wascana Pkwy; Box 556 Regina SK S4P 3A3

Southern Saskatchewan Independent Living (SSILC)
Serving people who self-identify as having a disability, SSILC's Employment Services Program offers a number of supports and employment preparedness classes based upon the needs of the individuals, as well as group activities that are focused on attaining and sustaining employment. The program assists individuals as they address potential employment barriers, creating achievable individualized actions plans, developing fundamental workplace skills, applying personal marketing tools such as resumes, cover letters, etc., and navigating the job search process.
Phone: 306-757-7452
Location: 349 Albert Street, Regina, SK (front doors face 2nd Ave. N.)

Ukrainian Canadian Congress of Saskatchewan (UCC-SK) 
The UCC Saskatchewan Employment Liaison is working with displaced Ukrainians seeking employment support in Saskatchewan by providing information on how to use the available employment resources and develop a resume for job seekers.
Phone: 1.888.652.5850 | 306.652.5850 ext 111
Location: 105 - 1860 Lorne Street, Regina, SK  S4P 2L7
Displaced Ukrainians can contact the Employment Liaison & Settlement Supervisor
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