Zuzana Capeau steps in as STEP's new Regional Employment Placement Specialist

Zuzana Capeau joined the BC Construction Association (BCCA) in August 2015, bringing 15 years of experience in career counselling at co-op education and experiential learning programs.

Zuzana has a background in psychology and anthropology, but has lived and worked in the Victoria community for over 17 years. She has recently transitioned to the Skilled Trades Employment Program (STEP) as a Regional Employment Placement Specialist and is applying her enthusiasm for connecting people by networking with local employers, schools, and people seeking skilled trades employment.

Zuzana Capeau, BCCA STEP

Zuzana's office is located on the bottom floor of the VICA Victoria office at 1075 Alston Street (down the stairs, last door on the right at the end of the hall). Come say hello! 

ABOUT STEP
The Skilled Trades Employment Program launched in 2006. From the start, STEP has focused on finding motivated, trained, and ready-to-work candidates for construction employers with jobs to fill. We’re unique because we start with the job, then find candidates that are a great fit. In this way, the BCCA has made STEP an integral part of BC’s construction sector, and advanced thousands of British Columbians along a rewarding career path in the skilled trades. Whether we’re connecting BC employers to entry-level workers or new apprentices, we’re here to build skills, careers, and opportunities. www.STEPBC.ca


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