ACTIRIS provides specialised services to employers and jobseekers in the Brussels-Capital Region by concluding strategic partnerships with job-market providers.
Finding a job
ACTIRIS provides a whole host of services to jobseekers, including the administrative formalities connected with employment both online and at its local branches spread throughout the Brussels-Capital Region:
- Register as a jobseeker
- Get personal job search support (career plan, CV, interview training)
- Put your CV online and browse vacancies by occupation, region or other criteria
- Find out about foreign vacancies and possibilities at the Brussels International Jobcentre (BIJOB)
- Get specialised support through the Espaces Ressources Emploi (ERE, job resources centres), the Active Job Search Guidance Service and the ACTIRIS job market discrimination information desk.
- Apply for ACTIRIS ITC, language and training cheques to increase your chances on the job market.
ACTIRIS in figures:
In 2009 ACTIRIS published 76,599 vacancies. The ACTIRIS call centre took 100,034 calls and racked up 67,612 Job Info contacts. All told, 17,641 candidates signed a career plan contact and 5,359 jobseekers received personal support from the Active Job Search Guidance Service.
Businesses create jobs
- ACTIRIS can help employers to establish their candidate profiles and write their job ads.
- Employers can also share their vacancies with ACTIRIS for distribution to appropriate candidates.
- ACTIRIS informs employers on matters connected with employment laws, hiring programmes and diversity policy (including the diversity label).
- Employers can use the services of ACTIRIS to ensure potential employees follow complementary training or language courses.
- For all these services employers can contact the ACTIRIS Employers Line or visit the Employers section of the ACTIRIS website.
The Office Régional Bruxellois de l'Emploi (ORBEM) was created by the Special Act of 8 August 1980 of institutional reform (published in Moniteur belge on 15 August 1980).