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Local job centres

The Missions locales and Werkwinkels help Brussels jobseekers find a job.
If you are jobseeker or someone in work looking for a new challenge in Brussels, the 'Missions locales' (for French speakers) and 'Werkwinkels' (for Dutch speakers) can help you find the training course or employment that suits you.

For French speakers

The nine Missions locales in Brussels (FR) help jobseekers in their search for work. They provide assistance in various areas, including career guidance, applications, selecting training courses and job creation (in the social economy, for instance).

Get along to your nearest Mission locale (City of Brussels, Molenbeek, Anderlecht, Forest, Saint-Gilles, Schaerbeek, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Etterbeek and Ixelles).
Find your 'mission locale' online (FR/NL).

For Dutch speakers

The three Brussels Werkwinkels provide basic services to jobseekers and employers. They can do a skills assessment, provide advice and information on looking for work and help you in your job or training search.

There are Werkwinkels in City of Brussels, Schaerbeek and Anderlecht.
Find your 'werkwinkel' online (NL).

The cultural mix on the employment market is promoted by Missions Locales and Werkwinkels, which link the world of politics and economics and citizens. Training leads to a job in 80-85 % of cases.

(Source: The Brussels-Capital Region’s Pacte territorial pour l’emploi – September 2008)

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