Recognize Organization

 To increase opportunities for international young professionals to have real experience in one of the top hospitality fields in the world, Ellacy Global Education partners with the Canadian employers who have received the status of Recognized Organization (RO) under IEC (International Experience Canada) by Citizenship and Immigration Canada!

This means that we will be able to provide our exclusive employer specific work permits to participants from countries that do not have a Youth Mobility Agreement with Canada. With this new designation, we are now able to offer our Hospitality Job Programs in Canada to more countries, since we have a private quota of employer specific work permits! 

Overview - Exclusive Employer Specific Work Permit

Work for up to 12 months in Canada where you can enjoy and experience Western Canada wilderness at a top snow resort.

Participants are guaranteed a work placement in a Canadian Resort in the Rocky Mountains and are given a full orientation, interview preparation sessions, resume revision, subsidized staff accommodation at affordable cost ($300-$500/mth) via staff housing and other perks such as reduced ski passes. We'll make sure that you have all the resources you'll need to ensure your time in Canada is the best it can be!

Our exclusive Hospitality Job programs and employer specific work permits for non IEC Countries are one of the best ways to explore Canada while earning good money and getting the best Hospitality Experience to enhance your resume!

Job Available

Entry-level casual jobs positions in the Gastronomy and Hospitality industry:
• Waiter
• Room Attendant
• Line Cook
• Host/Hostess
• Food & Beverage
• Bartender
• Front Desk
• Kitchen Helper

What is not included?

Airfare, Visa and/or Work Permit Application Fee, Local Transportation, Food, Accommodation.

What is included?

• Canadian-style resume revision
• Assistance & Support with Work Permit
• Job Placement before visa application
• Welcome Orientation (in Vancouver)
• Free Bank account
• Assistance w/ SIN, Cell Phone, etc.
• Ongoing support for the whole duration of program


• Valid Passport at the time of application and for the total duration of the Program
• Age between 18 – 35 years old
• A diploma/degree in Hospitality or Culinary industry
• Minimum 3 years work experience in Hospitality or Culinary industry
• Must have at least an intermediate English language level *
• Medical Insurance for the whole program duration
* Note: Applicants with lower level of English must complete at least 4 weeks ESL by registering in the program.


Top Canadian resorts in Western Canada.


Up to 12 months.

Start Date

Available all year long, although jobs at Resorts may be subject to specific start dates due to
winter/summer season.


IEC Young Professional Eligibility – Employer specific work permit

Salary & Benefit

From $12 per hour + Tips
Staff Accommodation available at discounted price.


1. Application – Candidate will send:
1. Application Form
2. Resume in word format in English
3. Copy of candidate’s passport
4. Skype ID
2. Skype Admittance Consultation – The applicant will speak with one of our
placement specialist to discuss their interests, motivation in joining the program as well
as verify their English level.
3. Program Registration – In order to fully register in the program, candidates must
fully pay the program fee. No sponsor letter or job placement will be provided without
4. Job Placement: Once the participant is registered, the job placement process will
begin until a job offer is confirmed.
5. Visa Application – Once a job has been secured, we will assist the applicant in
applying for the employer specific work permit.
Important: Avoiding Delays in your Work Permit Process! Police Certificate from each
country or territory where you have lived for six consecutive months or longer since
reaching the age of 18 might be required. This can take time, but you can avoid delays
by getting it done early.
6. Arrival in Canada – Before arrival in Canada, the participant will receive welcome
documents and support to help them with obtaining social insurance number, opening
bank account, cell phone, transportation to the job location etc. so it is very easy for
them to kick start their program in Canada.
7. Monitoring Process – Our placement coordinator will monitor the candidate on a monthly basis until the completion of the program.



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