Company continues search for qualified workers to relocate to growing Canadian job market.
BELIZE CITY, Belize (July 29, 2013) — Actyl, a world leader in recruiting for the Canadian labor market, will hold its first open house in Belize City on Tuesday, July 30.
The company will host the event at its Belizean headquarters from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., kicking off daily open houses it will hold every weekday from this point forward. The open houses will allow interested parties to explore what working in Canada is all about, including the educational opportunities available in the country.
“We are very pleased to hold these daily open houses and welcome individuals who may be interested in the wide range of opportunities available in Canada,” said Dr. Linda West, President of Actyl. “Canada-particularly western Canada-is experiencing unprecedented economic growth, and as a result there is a big gap in the skilled labor market. This presents unique opportunities for people in Belize to find gainful employment, while perhaps embarking on a personal adventure all their own.”
This week, Actyl is recruiting for a number of jobs in Canada, including 100 positions at McDonald’s, 15 industrial painters, 15 industrial electricians, eight stockers at Canadian Tire, six journeyman automotive body professionals, two heavy-duty mechanics and two sheet metal technicians.
To be eligible for Canadian jobs, candidates must be between the ages of 19 and 35, speak English, have completed high school and be willing and able to travel. Actyl has experienced a great deal of success in recruiting workers from throughout Belize over the past year, with many individuals finding high-paying employment with countless opportunities for personal and professional growth.
“We have many jobs in Canada available right now, and demand is great for skilled, ambitious and hard-working people from Belize to relocate as soon as possible,” said West. “These opportunities are both permanent and temporary, so whether you’re looking to make some money while experiencing another part of the world for a few months or would like a more long-term venture, there are openings available for you.”
Actyl’s office is located at 154 Freetown Road in Belize City. Visitors are encouraged to look for the Canadian flags outside of the building. To learn more about Actyl and the jobs available through the firm, go to http://www.actyl.com/belize.
Please direct inquiries to: Dr. Linda West, (501) 223-0705 (Belize City).