Construction Manager

Meet Duncan

“Once I started looking to make a change, opportunities were everywhere.”

Duncan found a new start and so can you. Follow these steps to explore how WorkBC can help you.
*Filming took place before the COVID-19 pandemic

Avg salary in B.C.:


Typical education:

Construction technology, project management, civil engineering

Expected job openings over next 10 years:


Step: 1
Care Aide Step 1

Evaluate your career and life goals

It’s never too late to re-assess if your career is meeting your needs. Explore your strengths and the kind of work that suits them.

Identify your strengths with Career Compass

“I didn’t have a good grasp on work/life balance. It became my problem that I couldn’t disconnect on top of a commute to work which would take so much time out of my day.”

Step: 2
Care Aide Step 2

Build on your skills and education

Are you facing a barrier to employment or do you need additional training for your next steps? You might be eligible for skills and employment training programs.

Check out your options for training & education

“I managed to do some retraining and I passed my level 2 first aid course in order to meet new job requirements.”

Step: 3
Care Aide Step 3

Explore WorkBC

Find the right pathway for your new career. From post-secondary to technical and trades programs, there are many resources that can help you find a great job.

Get started on your new career in B.C.

“There are resources like WorkBC where you can go into an office, you can go online and there's people there that are going to help you find that next step to get you where you want to be.”

Step: 4
Care Aide Step 4

Find a job that’s right for you

A good job makes all the difference. Find a career that matches who you are, what you’re good at and where you live.

Search current job openings in B.C.

“It’s really exciting to be back in the trades. I have lots of opportunities to decide where to go from here.”