Take you career to the next leve with AMTRA.

Empowering candidates to find their dream job

In today’s dynamic job market, finding the perfect job can be a daunting task. But with the right tools, resources, and guidance, you can turn your career aspirations into reality.
AMTRA is your partner in navigating the job search journey, connecting you with opportunities that match your skills, interests, and ambition.


Personalized Job Matching

Personalized job matching

Discover job opportunities tailored to your skills, experience, and preferences, ensuring a perfect fit.
Expert Career Advice

Expert career advice

Access a wealth of resources, including resume building tips, interview coaching, and career guidance, to boost your chances of success.
High Touch Recruitment

High touch recruitment

Clear processes and procedures. Dedicated recruiter who follows you through the entire recruiting process.
Extensive on-boarding

Extensive on-boarding

We go beyond the basics and provide mentorship, access to resources, goal setting, feedback and regular check-ins.

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Candidate resources

The following sections offer helpful tips and resources for anyone who is exploring a career move. These ideas will help you in your recruitment process with AMTRA.

Your resume

The following will help you write a concise, effective resume:

State the facts

Focus on the facts (where you worked, how long you worked there, what your title was). For each position you've held, list your responsibilities, then describe accomplishments. This is a perfect place to showcase your strengths through your achievements. Your ability to make an impact is what employers are really looking for, so ensure you focus on what you've accomplished.

Simple formatting

A chronological format with concise bullet points is recommended. This makes your resume easier to read and allows employers to quickly assess your credentials

Basic guidelines

Try to address any gaps in your career history, as employers will wonder about the spaces. If your career experience is short, keep your resume short. If your experience is lengthy, focus mainly on your current experience and major accomplishments. Please keep it relevant.

Sell your strengths

Come up with a handful of accomplishments that show your abilities.

Quantify your achievements

Companies are looking for people who can positively contribute to their bottom line. Hence, it is a good idea to quantify your achievements (i.e.: reduced technology expenditures in your last company by 25%; implemented a new procedure that decreased production time by 20%).


When meeting with AMTRA and our clients, don't forget the little things. Your communication style, attitude, punctuality, presentation and professionalism all go a long way in making a big impression.

Resume don'ts

• Do not falsify your achievements.
• Do not indicate salary expectations, age, religion, or SIN on your resume.
• Do not make spelling mistakes. 
• Do not use poor grammar. 
• Do not get too fancy by using complex formatting or too many tables. 
• Don't use colored or textured paper, or include pictures.

Getting incorporated

One of the differences between a Contractor and an Employee is that Contractors charge GST for their services, in most cases. To charge GST/HST you must obtain a GST Number free of charge from the Federal Government. Here is a great place to get all the forms and information you need to complete the registration, as well as a complete list of all other forms available. To apply for a GST number on-line: 

Getting insurance

Insurance is a very important element of any business. For professional contractors, you may want to consider WCB Coverage.
Workers' compensation is disability insurance that provides your workers with compensation benefits if they are injured on the job. It also protects a business from lawsuit by your injured workers.
In Canada, these are under the jurisdiction of the provincial governments. Depending on the province you reside in you may or may not have to carry worker's compensation.
For more information on your local worker's compensation organization, and to apply for WCB Insurance, please visit:

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