Job Bank for Veterans

Job Bank is committed to helping Veterans transition to meaningful careers in the civilian workforce. You’ll find information here about Job Bank’s services that can assist you in your job search.

Our story

Job Bank has helped transitioning military members enter the civilian workforce for over one hundred years – in fact, that’s how we started. Learn more about our rich history.

We have collaborated with the Canadian Armed Forces Transition Group and Veterans Affairs Canada to provide you the resources you need to start your next mission and find your new career.

How can we help you?

Find tools and resources to help with your transition.

Use Job Bank for the first time

Get a quick tour of Job Bank and learn how to use the tools and services available to you.

Tools include:

  • Job Search
  • Job Alerts
  • Job Match
  • Resume-Builder

Download the mobile app for convenient job searching from your mobile device.

Translate your job title

Civilian employers sometimes use different terms for job titles and skills. Use the Military to Civilian job translator to find your job title civilian equivalent and give yourself the best chance at succeeding.

Once you identify the civilian job title for your military occupation, you may want to include those job titles in your resume. Check out our Resume Builder tool support you in preparing your resume.

Sign-Up to My VAC Account

Make sure you get access to all of the services available to you by signing up for My VAC account.

You can:

  • Learn about and apply to VAC benefits and services.
  • Upload documents and track your applications.
  • Connect directly with VAC staff through secure messaging.

Register for My VAC Account if you are a:

  • Veteran
  • Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) or Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) member
  • Family member receiving of benefits from VAC

Try career quizzes

Unsure of what to do next? Take a Career Quiz to find out what occupations outside of the military may be a good fit for you.

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