Working Here

Central Alberta’s strong economic growth has brought governments, educators, employers and other key stakeholders together to find ways to develop and fully utilize the talents of all Albertans.

Searching for work in Central Alberta?

Start here, with these two valuable resources for job search resources, resume writing, education and training, and more information about the Alberta workplace:

Alberta Canada – Working in Alberta

Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS)


Jobs, Skills, Training, and Labour have strategies in place to address labour pressures brought on by the province’s growing economy. Through specialized programs, Alberta encourages the increased employment of Aboriginal people, youth and mature workers. The ministry tracks Labour Market Information to help employers, industry groups, workers and others understand workforce trends.

Alberta Works helps unemployed people find and keep jobs, and offers services through:

Contact an Alberta Works Centre near you.

Careers: The Next Generation is a non-profit organization raising youth awareness of career options and helping students earn while they learn through internship

And don’t forget about Kijiji Red Deer, a very popular online resource for Central Alberta job seekers.