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What's New

  • Road Closure
    A section of Ville Marie Drive in the vicinity of Power's Excavating will be closed tomorrow starting at 9:00 a.m. for an ... (more)
  • A Word of Thanks to Our Valuable Volunteers
    The Town Council of Marystown, the Tourism & Special Events Committee and the Recreation Committee would like to thank ... (more)
  • Next Council Meeting
    The next Council Meeting is scheduled for September 2nd at 7:00 p.m. 
  • Water Conservation
    The Town of Marystown is urging residents and businesses to conserve water effective immediately. Without the cooperation ... (more)
  • No Smoking Policy
    Please be advised that the Town of Marystown has a No Smoking Policy in effect at all of its municipal buildings. This ... (more)
  • New Recreation Complex
    The new Recreation Complex is well underway.  Below is a rendering of what the new building will look like. 

Working in Marystown

Marystown offers a multitude of experiences in the work place.   We have the educated and experienced human resources to support the various industries and projects that support our town.  Still, skilled workers, professionals, and entrepreneurs alike are also welcomed to enhance the town’s ability to grow our services to the community.


Types of Jobs

The retail and service industry contributes to 23% of the employment, construction is 17%, education is 4%, health care is 4%, processing is 12% and other is at 27%.

Job Assistance

Employment Assistance Services (EAS) office will assist the general public in the search for part time employment, with resumes writing, submission of resumes and keeping you up to date on all job listings of the area. The EAS office advertises jobs on Career Connections.

P.O. Box 1296, 245-247 Ville Marie Drive
Marystown, NL Canada A0E 2M0
Phone (709) 279-0916
Fax (709) 279-0919

Human Resources, Labour and Employment

Starting a Business

Chamber of Commerce
Community Business Development Corporation
Schooner Regional Development