General Search Tips
Sometimes starting your search by viewing a listing in your area can be useful. If you reside in the city of Fredericton, check out Fredericton Job Listings,
Similarly, if Sussex is your hometown, check out the Town of Sussex New Brunswick’s Student Summer Employment page. Returning full-time University and high school students are eligible for positions around the city in areas like aquatics. An application is available online for those that meet the requirements.
A non-government sponsored site like Job Openings lists various employers around New Brunswick who are hiring. Check back often for summer positions that may become available.
The New Brunswick Government supports Student Entrepreneurship in the province for returning full-time students. Applicants 16 and older are eligible for perks and benefits to operate a summer business. These benefits include up to $3000 in interest-free loans.
The government of New Brunswick's Student Employment Experience Development program (SEED) is a great summer employment option for post-secondary students. Placements are available in provincial, municipal and First Nations government levels as well as not-for-profit organizations. Participants must be residents of New Brunswick or a First Nations Community in the province. Other eligibility requirements can be found on the New Brunswick website.
The City of Moncton offers student employment through their Summer Student Recruitment program. Students must be enrolled full-time and be returning to their studies in the fall. Apply online and navigate the website to view job descriptions in the program.
Parks Canada has student employment in New Brunswick in Northern New Brunswick parks in various divisions. Some include aquatics, finance and conservation.
Students at the University of New Brunswick can take advantage of their Student Employment Service. The service is designed to link students and recent graduated with experience-building employment for their future careers.The site offers online job postings, volunteer opportunities, resume help and work-study opportunities for current students.
Similarly at the University of New Brunswick, their Co-op and Work Experience program is a chance for UNB students to pair their studies with paid or for academic credit work placements throughout the school year or during the summer months.
Going abroad on an exchange can be a life-changing experience. The New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) has exchange opportunities for culinary students. View their website for eligibility requirements for exchanges.
Job or career fairs are good opportunities for exploring summer employment and comparing different opportunities, The New Brunswick Virtual Career Fair is supported in part by the government of New Brunswick and happens every spring and fall. Around 3,000 job opportunities are available each fair.
The New Brunswick Bilingual Job Fair is an annual fair promoting jobs for English and French speaking individuals. Industries include administration, finance, marketing, transportation, education and sales, just to name a few.
My Summer Camps has a page on New Brunswick summer camps sorted by city. The site also features a forum which can be useful for interacting with other prospective camp counsellors.
Camp Page lists summer camp jobs in Nova Scotia as they become available. Check back often for new employment opportunities.