If you want to join Manitoba’s highly skilled, diverse workforce, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re just starting out on your career path, or looking to change direction, the following links should help you chart your course.
As you can see, we divided the content into six sections, each full of useful links to departments and programs offered by the Government of Manitoba. Explore the links and discover the career opportunities waiting for you in our province.
Manitoba Government Jobs
Find the job or career you want with the Manitoba Government.
Find jobs posted daily by employers from across Manitoba and Canada.
Health Related Careers
Check out this website for all health-related careers throughout Manitoba.
Apprenticeship is quality, low-cost, post-secondary training leading to certification as a journeyperson in a trade.
The Red Seal Program (Trade Certification)
The Red Seal Program allows qualified tradespersons to practise their trades in any participating Canadian province or territory, making these qualifications transferable.
Manitoba Youth Job Centres
Helps students find summer employment; open for business from May to August each year.
Youth can register online for summer and part-time employment and co-operative education work with the Government of Manitoba and related organizations.
Urban/Hometown Green Team
The Urban/Hometown Green Team creates meaningful and career-oriented summer employment opportunities for students and unemployed youth aged 16 to 24 years. Participating employers provide a variety of community development opportunities that improve neighbourhoods, promote community involvement and help develop young leaders.
Legislative Internship Program
The program provides graduates of Manitoba’s universities or graduates of other universities who are permanent residents of Manitoba with an opportunity to experience firsthand the legislative process within the Manitoba Legislature. In addition to being directly involved with the legislative process, the interns participate in a series of seminars dealing with all aspects of the governmental process.
Partners with Youth
Contracts with non-profit, community-based organizations, institutions or private training agencies to deliver projects that will improve the participants’ general employability (i.e. further training, career coaching, etc.)
Contracts with non-profit, community-based organizations, institutions or private training agencies to deliver projects that will improve the participants' general employability by offering employability skills training, work experiences and job placements.
High School Apprenticeship Program
This program lets you start apprenticeship while still in high school. It links regular Senior Years school instruction with paid, part-time, on-the-job apprenticeship training.
Foreign Trained Workers - Work Qualifications and Credentials
The Medical Licensure Program for International Medical Graduates (MLPIMG)
Helps foreign-trained physicians get medical licences to practise as primary care physicians in Manitoba.
The world of work is rapidly changing. Take charge of your career and visit the Career Development site.
Disability Support Work
Discover the rewards in disability support work.
Consider a Career in Manitoba Justice PDF, 371.8 KB
Internship, Recruitment and Development - Civil Service
A number of employment programs are offered to support civil service renewal and diversity.
Nurses Recruitment and Retention Fund
The Nurses Recruitment and Retention Fund helps find and keep registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and registered psychiatric nurses in Manitoba.
Medical Student/Resident Financial Assistance Program (MSRFAP)
The MSRFAP provides conditional grants to students studying medicine in Manitoba and physicians establishing a practice in the province upon graduation.
Prior Learning Assessment Recognition (PLAR)
PLAR is a process to identify, document, assess and recognize skills and knowledge. PLAR can help you identify the skills and knowledge you already have for finding work.
Employability Skills 2000+
Employability skills are the skills you need to succeed in the workplace. Employability Skills 2000+ includes communication, problem solving, positive attitudes and behaviours, adaptability, working with others, science, technology and math skills.
Training and Employment Services
The employment centres help people find jobs, plan careers and get advice or financial support for training that leads to long-term employment.
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- The road to a successful interview
- Interview preparation
- Dressing for the interview
Resume and Cover Letter Builder
Use this online tool to help you write an effective resume and cover letter.