Lillooet

Our team may be small here at the Lillooet office, but our hearts are big.  Relationships matter to us, and we are dedicated to supporting you in finding your own success – whatever that means to you.  Whoever you are, wherever you are, we’ll work with you to find work that works for you. Ready to get started? Visit us today. 

Our Lillooet programs include the Employment Program of British Columbia.  If you are a business owner or hiring manager, find out how we can meet your talent needs through our Employer Services.

We are grateful to live, work and love on the traditional territory of the St’át’imc First Nation.

Labour Market Info.

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Labour market information (LMI) can help you plan your career. It includes information about specific companies, industries and occupations.

  • Who is hiring
  • What jobs are in demand
  • Which regions need workers

Set yourself up for career success. Learn more about work trends and the skills, education and training you need for jobs today, and in the future.

Client Spotlight.

Daisy’s Story

Like most people, Daisy and her partner moved to a small town looking for peace. However, their circumstances were a little different – Daisy faced many physical challenges and they both shared hearing impairments. Moving to a new town, physical challenges and a...

Harry’s Story

After moving from Lytton to Lillooet, Harry struggled to find employment. He had several barriers to overcome when looking for work, and the process was very frustrating. Then, during one of his visits to the Lillooet Friendship Centre, he heard about the Lillooet Employment Services Centre…

What We Offer.

At our office, you’ll find the full suite of services and resources available through the Employment Program of British Columbia.  All of which can be tailored to your needs.  Here are just a few examples:

New to Lillooet?

Moving to a new community can be challenging.  We can help you identify local opportunities that are right for you, access training resources, and tailor your resume for local employers.

1-on-1 Career Advising

Job hunting is hard work.  That’s why we’re here to help.  One on one.  Person to person.  Drop in for a quick chat with one of our employment advisors and find out what we can do for you.  No appointment needed, no strings attached.

Need Job Search Tools?

Come use our phones, computers, printer and photocopier for all your job search needs.  Our friendly staff are always ready to share job search tips and tricks, and our job board is updated daily with local postings!

Have a Business Idea?

Our self-employment program will take you through the steps to turn an idea into a business plan.  Get the right knowledge, tools, and resources to start your own business today!

Single Parent Seeking Work?

Need to update your skills after being away from the workforce?  Need a job that fits your childcare needs?  We can connect you to funding and resources to help you get started.

Living with a disability?

We can connect you to supportive employers who see your strengths.  We can also help you access the training and assistive technologies you need to work in your field of choice.

Where to Find Us. 

Our Address
639B Main Street
Lillooet, BC V0K 1V0
T: 250-256-7758
F: 250-256-7768

Our Hours 
8:00 am – 4:30 pm – Mon
8:00 am – 4:30 pm – Tue
8:00 am – 2:00 pm – Wed
8:00 am – 4:30 pm – Thu
8:00 am – 4:30 pm – Fri

Accessibility Features

  • Scent free environment
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Walker accessible
  • Accessible work station available

WorkBC Lillooet Employment Services Centre

NOTE: If you have specific accessibility questions, please contact us. We would be delighted to work with you to ensure that your visit is comfortable and stress-free.

Our Partners.

Open Door Group works in partnership with the following organizations to form the Lillooet Employment Service Network.  Together, we proudly deliver the Employment Program of British Columbia (EPBC) in Lillooet.

The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.