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We're Collaborating with SkyTrain

We are thrilled to announce a unique, ongoing recruitment venture between SkyTrain and CAN WiN.

 

In their commitment to create an inclusive workplace, SkyTrain is committed to employment equity and building a diverse workforce, representative of the customers they serve and the many communities in the Metro Vancouver region.

 

Together, we aim to match your unique skills and strengths with roles that align with your career interests.

Why Join SkyTrain?

Do work that matters. Join a team that helps millions of Metro Vancouverites move through a growing region by providing them with convenient, reliable, affordable, safe, comfortable, and low-carbon transportation options that get them to the people and places that matter most

As one of BC’s Top Employers, Skytrain are dedicated to maintaining a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. They are committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable, and accessible workplace, recognizing the unique value and skills every individual brings.

 

By joining SkyTrain, you become part of a team where your abilities are not just recognized, but celebrated!

Find out more about Benefits at SkyTrain.

How Do Candidates Apply?

To be considered for a position with SkyTrain, fill out a Candidate Referral Form. A CAN WiN Inclusive Workforce Specialist (IWS) will be in touch to complete a pre-screening interview to discuss your candidate’s work experience and determine what workplace accommodations, if any, they require to succeed at work.

It’s important to note that for Safety Critical Positions (eg. SkyTrain Attendant), SkyTrain requirements are governed under Canada’s Railway Safety Association Medical Rules Guidelines and a medical exam may be required for those positions.  You can find additional information about those guidelines here.

What Roles Are Available?

Any Questions? Ask Jamie!

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Jamie Millar-Dixon has proudly served as an Inclusive Workforce Specialist with CAN WiN British Columbia for the past 10+ years.

 

Jamie has an extensive Human Resources background of over 30 years, specializing in workforce diversity and inclusion, recruitment, training and HR start up. Her experience spans multiple industries. She has developed and delivered diversity training programs for both public and private sector employers.

 

Recently, she co-authored Untapped Talent B2B Guide on Innovative Recruitment and Retention, a resource for employers on how to easily adapt each stage in the recruitment, onboarding and retention process to be able to hire more people with disabilities in their business.

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