- Summer Student Opportunities
- Internships and Graduate Employment
- Come Make Your Mark
- Casual Employment Opportunities
The GNWT supports northern post-secondary students in their pursuit of education by providing summer work opportunities to help them gain valuable work experience and enhance employment prospects upon completion of their studies.
Are you currently a northern student in a post-secondary diploma or degree program? To help begin your post-secondary career, the GNWT offers a number of Internship programs available to northern graduates.
There is a buzz in the NWT. It is vibrant and alive with endless opportunities for career advancement and a lifestyle full of original experiences.
- GNWT’s Affirmative Action Policy
- Health and Social Services Careers
- Jobs North (En Français)
- Youth Employment
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has an ongoing need to fill short-term employement opportunities in a variety of different fields.
The GNWT established the Affirmative Action Policy that offers priority hiring to candidates belonging to eligible designated groups that are under-represented within the Public Service.
The Department of Health and Social Services’ career site. Expand Your horizons. Find out more about who we are and what we do. And explore the exciting spectrum of career possibilities that await you!
This website is entirely devoted to job searching in the North.
The Youth Employment Program (YEP) gives youth and students the opportunity to obtain essential skills through work experience.
- Careers in Forest Management
- Graduate Nurse Mentorship Program
- Graduate Social Worker Placement Program
- Jobs Futures
- Jobs in aviation
We encourage all students to read over these profiles - this may help those desiring to work in the field of renewable resources and particularly forest management to select the appropriate post- secondary education programs.
This program prepares new nurses for practice in NWT community health centres, hospitals and public health units by developing clinical skills and personal confidence needed to successfully make the transition to community and work environments.
This program assists Health and Social Services Authorities facilitate the introduction and orientation of newly hired Social Worker graduates to their work, the community and the Authority through a mentorship relationship with a qualified Social Worker.
This web site provides profiles and projections for 141 groups of occupations that are common in the Northwest Territories.
- Social Work Career Info
The aviation industry offers career opportunities that suit many interests and backgrounds.
Click here for more information on a career in social work.
- BizPal - Information
- Business Development Fund – Helps develop new businesses
- Business Incentive Program
- Community Futures Program
- Conseil de développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest (CDETNO)
- Economic Development Officers - Information
- Grants to Small Business Program
A multi-partnered on-line service that provides prospective business owners and entrepreneurs with one-stop access to permit and license information across Canada.
Provides non-repayable contribution assistance to small businesses in the NWT.
Gives preference to registered NWT businesses in the Government’s purchase of all products and services. The policy also applies to all contracts entered into directly by the Government of the NWT.
A community-based economic development initiative delivered in each region by Community Futures Development Corporations.
Le Conseil de développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest offre une multitude de services aux gens d’affaires, aux organismes communautaires et aux individus à la recherche d’un emploi.
CDETNO offers many services to business, community organizations and individuals looking for a job.
Experienced, knowledgeable, and networked to offer programs, support, advice, and assistance to prospective business owners and entrepreneurs.
Provides small grants to individual entrepreneurs or small businesses that have a legitimate need for funds and are committed to the future of their business or activity.
- Don't be a Number
- Forms for Workers
Take a look around this site for more information, and to share your stories about workplace health and safety.
The Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission currently has the following forms available for you to download and fill in. Please submit completed forms to your nearest WSCC office.