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Atkins First knows that even the smallest details are of the utmost importance to our clients. Atkins First will remain focused on the needs of our clients.

Atkins First would like to suggest the following online employment resources where you can search for a wide variety of jobs by career, location, date and other criteria.

Apprenticeship and industry training, Calgary office: Suite 300, Willow Park Centre 10325 Bonaventure Drive S.E.
Visit the Apprenticeship website

Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan:
Alberta's health services are delivered by Alberta Health Services through health professionals in fee-for-service practice and others who provide equipment, supplies and services. Some public health services may also be provided by private health care clinics.
Visit the Alberta Health Care website

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program:
The AINP is designed to support Alberta's economic growth by attracting work-ready immigrants to the province. The AINP is an immigration program operated by the Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Employment and Immigration in conjunction with the Government of Canada’s department of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).
Visit the Alberta Immigrant Nominee website

Alberta Temporary Foreign Worker Helpline and Offices:
The Temporary Foreign Worker Advisory Office and Temporary Foreign Worker Helpline will help you learn about your rights and find solutions for situations involving unfair, unsafe or unhealthy working conditions. Advisory offices are located in Calgary and Edmonton. Both offices are located on public transportation routes for easy access. Temporary foreign workers can contact an advisory office by calling or by visiting in person.
Call: (780) 644-9955 (Edmonton local calling area) or 1-877-944-9955 from anywhere in North America.
Visit the Alberta Temporary Foreign Worker Helpline web page

Employment Standards:
The Employment Standards mission is to contribute to the long-term sustainability of the economy by ensuring Alberta has a skilled workforce, productive and safe workplaces, and by helping to improve the well-being of Albertans.
Call: (780) 427-3731 (Edmonton local calling area) Or toll free in Canada by dialing 1-877-427-3731
Visit the Employment Standards web page

Workplace Health and Safety:
The 2009 version of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Code has been updated. While the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Code 2009 was effective July 1, 2009, the implementation of two requirements was delayed until July 1, 2010.
Call: 1-866-415-8690
Visit the Workplace Health and Safety web page

Workers' Compensation Board (WCB):
The Workers' Compensation Board – Alberta is an independent organization that manages workers' compensation insurance based on legislation. WCB-Alberta is not a provincial government department or crown corporation. The organization is employer funded to provide cost-effective disability and liability insurance. Workers' compensation compensates injured workers for lost income, health care and other costs related to a work-related injury.
Call: Toll-free in Alberta 1-866-WCB-WCB1 (1-866-922-9221) Outside of Alberta 1-800-661-9608
Email: contactcentre@wcb.ab.ca
Visit the Workplace Health and Safety web page