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Work for the Municipality of Jasper: Find current employment opportunities on our job board and sign up to receive notifications for new job listings. 

The Jasper Employment and Education Centre (JEEC) is a not-for-profit service that offer services including:

  • An online and in-person Job-Board with current 
  • Job searching, Resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation with a career coach.
  • ProServe, Sell Safe, Food Safe and First Aid Course certifications
  • Work experience 
  • Customized Service and support to assist people with disabilities or health conditions succeed in the workplace. 
  • Employment Insurance (EI) Applications or questions
  • Employment skills related and English language training and courses.
  • Information on workers rights and labour laws.

Visit the Jasper Employment & Education Centre website for opening hours and more information.

Location: 631 Patricia St.
Phone: 780-852-4418


Workers rights

If you have questions about your workplace rights or a specific situation you can contact the services or read more below: 

Alberta Employment Standards: Toll Free: 1-877-427-3731

Jasper Settlement Services: 780 852 2100 (link to Settlement services page)

Jasper Employment and Education: 780-852-4418

Protected rights that you have as an employee:

  • Your employer must pay you for at least 3 hours of work – even if you were sent home early because there was not enough work to do.
  • You have the right to (and should) refuse any work that is unsafe.
  • Your employer can’t take money from your pay cheque for broken items or shortages at the cash register.
  • You have the right to be free from discrimination at work.
  • You cannot be fired for requesting something that you are entitled to or for making a complaint under the Employment Standards Code, Occupational Health and Safety Act or Alberta Human Rights Act.

Workplace Discrimination:

Canadian law protects you from physical or mental injury and discrimination at work. The laws also protect you from being fired or punished for reporting an employer.

Unions:

If you work for an employer where there is a union, there may be other benefits you are entitled to through your union agreement. Ask a colleague, your employer or the human resources department if you are a unionized employee and for a copy of your agreement.

Learn more about worker's rights in Alberta: