Smooth Transitions Are Possible
Career centres, like any other business, are not immune to employee absence. Sometimes you get plenty of notice and sometimes you don't. Pressure is on to find someone to facilitate workshops, coach clients or support the resource room. Streamlining your search for a temporary replacement just got easier.
Trust me. Your Success Is My Priority
It is my honor to serve and I mean that most sincerely. When I first started working with my mentor at Victim Services it became clear that the key to successful service was that everyone I came in contact with felt heard. With my acquired knowledge in the Career Development field I remain committed to providing genuine support, creating lasting partnerships with organizations and have made it my mission to stay professionally up-to-date. As I walk into your business, meet your staff, coach your clients or facilitate workshops, I recognize the importance of OUR role. Your success and the success of everyone I see is my priority.
Don't Take My Word For It
Jennifer Chandler, CCDP has been a trusted "go to" facilitator and coach - professionally complimenting the team of organizations in both BC and Alberta. In private practice she has supported women across North America to obtain their career and life goals. Click to view our Testimonials page.

Testimonials

Darlene Foster

Facilitator/Career Advisor

When I began my graduated retirement plan, Jennifer filled in for me on my days off covering my duties as a Career Advisor and Job Search Facilitator. She handled the job share in an efficient and professional manner, communicating on a regular basis any concerns or observations. I was never in doubt that the clients were being well looked after in the classroom or in the resource room and the excellent client reviews confirmed this was the case. I would highly recommend Jennifer for any collaborative assignments.

James

Client

Thank you for meeting with me this afternoon for a mock interview. You were very supportive and showed a steady hand. I know my weaknesses, but you were able to give me specific feedback. The role-playing was helpful, answering questions badly at first, then getting better.

Workshop Participant

I have to make changes to my resume and include highlights of qualification in a different way. Everything was useful and she is very good at doing this workshop.

It empowered me. I feel like I will get a great job out of the resume workshop. Thank you.

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