International Candidates

Helping you relocate for you dream staffing role

Going the extra mile, quite literally

Some of the people we speak with are highly motivated to move across the pond. Whichever pond it is, we are keen to support as much as possible as we know that wherever you currently live there is an appetite for expats to enter Canada in a recruiting capacity.
We work alongside a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who can support the process. As such, we also have a good understanding of what the criteria would be for folks to be approved for entry into Canada.

  • Young Professionals Visa

    • You'll need to enter into the lottery of applications to be selected.
    • The lottery is closed between November - January
    • The application and approval takes approx 3 /4 months from selection to approval
    • You'll need to be under 31 if coming from the UK You'll need to be under 36 if coming from Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, or mainland Europe
    • You'll qualify for a closed work permit which means you can only work for one organization
    • You must show $2500CAD in funds when you arrive, plus you must purchase your own health insurance. 


    Labour Market Impact Assessment based work permit 

    • This process takes approx 6/8 months
    • You'll need relevant work experience - in this case recruiting experience, of  2+ years
    • There is a higher probability of approval if your recruiting experience is specific to a type of industry. e.g. Tech
    • You will require a job offer from the client, who applies for the LMIA, and show that there isn't a local resident that could do the job that you are applying for. 
    Speak to the team
  • Francophone Mobility Work Permit 

    • This process takes 2-8 months (depending on where you live)
    • You must speak high level (near native level) French to apply under this category
    • You must show relevant (2+ years of recruiting experience)


    Ukrainian Work Permits

    • Takes a couple of weeks (depending on how busy Immigration Canada is)
    • You'll need biometrics (fingerprints) which can take the time as appointments are quite tricky to get
    • You'll qualify for an open work permit which will allow you to work for the Canadian employer 
    Speak to the team

Interested in relocating and keen to see your potential recruiting career options?

Contact us to arrange an initial chat with us to see how we can help. 

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