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No employment outlook has been assigned to Commissioned Police Officers (NOC 0641) in the Moncton - Richibucto region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Oct 14 - Oct 18, 2016
- Imperial Manufacturing in Richibucto is bringing in 20 new immigrants from Romania under a new federal program, to fill manufacturing jobs and help counteract stagnant population growth in the area. The jobs are general labourer positions that the company has not been able to staff locally.
- A new manufacturing company, Omera Shells Inc., is slated to begin operations in Richibucto this fall. The facility will take seafood waste and convert it into bio-organic fertilizer, which will be exported to Asia. It is expected that 30 jobs will be initially created, with another 20 to be hired in 2017. According to Opportunities NB, there could be up to 74 jobs created in the next two years.
- The Rallye Motors Auto Group will build an auto mall on 12 acres of land on Carson Drive in Moncton. The facility will offer multiple new and used automotive brands, a full service collision center, a service drive-through, and other services in one location. The first phase of the development will open in 2018 and staffing levels are expected to go from 150 to 200 once fully completed.
- The Moncton events centre is on schedule according to the project director. The $104M facility will have about 9,000 seats and will feature an arena as well as retail space, concession stands, two outdoor patios and an outdoor events space. The venue is expected to open in September 2018.
- Resilia Medical Solutions, a Shediac company that makes a bladder leakage device, has a new distribution deal with Aspen Pharmacare. The company expects the new deal will allow it grow and staff up to 15 people in sales and marketing by 2017.
- The Anglophone East School District has hired 58 full-time teachers this year as a result of retirements and increased enrolment. There has been an increase in newcomer families to the area, including over 120 Syrian refugee students. The district employs about 1,700 full-time staff and 700 part-time staff.
- Miami-based ARS Canada Rolling Stock plans to start manufacturing rail cars at the old Moncton Hump Yard, creating 200 jobs by 2017 in the first phase. The company plans to employ more than 700 people by 2021, which will include welders and mechanics.
- Qimple Inc., a Moncton start-up, will receive a $500,000 loan from ACOA to promote and innovate their product. Their product enables companies to create a job ad and post it to numerous job boards, then screen applicants using their technology.
- The Old Cosmo Complex, which closed in September, will re-open under new management on October 14, 2016 as Venue Moncton. The 24,000 square foot venue will have a nightclub that features touring DJs and bands one side and a country bar on the other side.
- Mount Allison University will build a new $13M Centre for Environmental Innovation at its Sackville campus, which will consolidate the research work of 15 scientists and create new jobs in the process. The centre is expected to be completed by the spring or summer of 2018.
- A new fertilizer plant, which will turn seafood-processing waste into fertilizer, is under construction in Richibucto, NB. The Omera Shells facility will initially create 30 jobs when it opens in the fall of 2016, and as many as 74 jobs over the next two years.
- The Moncton Flight College will add 29 new jobs to its staff of 142 currently employed at its Moncton and Fredericton campuses. The jobs will include flight-training instructors, aviation maintenance engineers and administrative staff.
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