MyBXL unavailable from 8 pm to 10:30 pm

On Tuesday 28 November 2023, maintenance works will be carried out on the External site MyBXL citizen portal. Therefore, the portal and its tool for making appointments on this website will not be available from 8 pm to 10:30 pm.


Employment services

The search for employment starts with the registration as job-seeker and with an active search. Several services help people in search of employment or training.

Registration as job-seeker

For all people in Brussels, the registration as job-seeker is done with External site Actiris, the Brussels Regional Office of Employment.

The registration as a job-seeker allows:

  • to benefit from help in search of employment on behalf of Actiris
  • to reach formations
  • to take advantage of reductions to follow studies or formation
  • to benefit from helps in employment and from Social Security

Support in searching a job?

Several services help people in search of employment.

Job House and Employment Centre (City of Brussels)

The Job House offers services to job-seekers and companies of the City of Brussels:

The External site Employment Centre of the City of Brussels provides the following services:

  • a general reception for the Job House of the City of Brussels
  • employment and training fairs
  • digital public spaces in Brussels-centre and Neder-Over-Heembeek, and computer courses
  • proximity services: 1 mediator in the Bockstael quarter
  • an employment space in Neder-Over-Heembeek
  • social assistance
  • an External site Employment Bus in the streets of Brussels to offer advice and help in finding work
  • the JOBrusseleir: a magazine with news of the Job House of the City and its partners
  • tools to facilitate the job search: brochures, website,...

Tracé Brussel

The External site Tracé Brussel association offers support to job-seekers and employers in Dutch via its External site Werkwinkels.

Mission locale de Bruxelles-Ville

The External site Mission locale de Bruxelles-Ville offers support to job-seekers in French (individual or in group).

Local employment agency (ALE-PWA)

The External site Local employment agencies (ALE) give the opportunity to unemployed people and beneficiaries of the subsistence minimum to do services while gaining a supplement at their allowances. The agency also provides service vouchers. These vouchers allow private individuals to pay, at an advantageous price rate, services of household help.