The following resources have been developed by the City of Prince George’s Economic Development Division for local employers to use in their workforce attraction and retention efforts. The electronic resources can be used in job postings and to direct people to the Move Up Prince George website for more information about living in Prince George. If you have questions about these resources, please contact us.
Employers in Prince George are encouraged to add their employment opportunities to the Move Up Prince George Career Search page. The Economic Development Division promotes this page through annual national marketing campaigns and via social media; as a result, it is one of the most visited pages on the website. Employers who post their careers on the Move Up Prince George website are asked to include one of the following web buttons on their website’s career page and link it back to www.moveupprincegeorge.ca so that people searching for work can learn more about living in Prince George.
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Job Ad Banner
This banner has been developed for use on job postings and directs employment candidates to the Move Up Prince George website for information about working and living in Prince George.
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This logo has been developed for use on job postings.
Professional videos that showcase what it is like to live in Prince George are available for use by employers to showcase the city at career fairs and to show to potential job candidates what it is like to live in Prince George. Contact us to receive video links or MP4 copies of the videos.
Please contact the City of Prince George’s Economic Development Division directly at 250.561.7633 to obtain these print materials. These materials provide key facts about living in Prince George for distribution to potential employees at career fairs and other recruitment events.
Community Driving Tours
The Economic Development Division’s Workforce Development Officer will act as a point-of-contact for answering questions about Prince George and/or provide driving tours of the city to prospective hires or newcomers. A tour takes about an hour and can be arranged by contacting us and providing a requested tour date and time, the potential candidate’s name and position they are being interviewed for or have been hired for, and the community in which they are currently living.