Green Jobs

Green Jobs

Green Jobs helps job-ready youth gain relevant and meaningful work experience in mining through paid employment or training opportunities that focus on clean technology and innovation, and ultimately provide an environmental benefit to Canada. Meaningful employment of up to 12 months in duration are delivered through MiHR-approved hiring organizations whose work processes affect positive environmental outcomes.

The Portal is for employers and students involved in the Green Jobs program. This site enables mining employers to efficiently provide all relevant and required details for the wage subsidy program and monitor the progress of their applications. Please click on "Sign in" at the top right of the portal to get started.

Click here for the Terms and Conditions of the Green Jobs Agreement.

More Information about Green Jobs:

Eligible Organizations:
-    Not-for-profit organizations (including voluntary organizations and foundations) 
-    For-profit organizations
-    Indigenous organizations (including band councils, tribal councils, and self-government entities)
-    Provincial, territorial, regional and municipal governments, and their departments, agencies, institutions, and Crown Corporations, where applicable
-    Public health, educational and cultural organizations

Eligibility for Participants:
-    Between the ages of 18 and 30 (inclusive) at the start of the employment
-    Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents or Protected Persons as defined by the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act
-    Legally entitled to work in Canada
-    Legally entitled to work according to relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations
-    Unemployed, underemployed or a student prior to the start of the employment
-    Not enrolled in school full-time (eligible if enrolled in part-time school)

Applicant Guide: Read more by clicking here.
Visit the Green Jobs webpage by clicking here.
Apply today by clicking here.