Campus Employment

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Positions Available

The number and type of positions available for each year will vary depending on institutional hiring needs and student employee retention.

Click here to view the list of positions.

Program Overview

The campus student employment program provides college and seminary students with the opportunity of securing part-time campus employment during the school year. The student employment program is intended to aid students financially and educationally. Working part-time can provide students with additional income, while at the same time provide an opportunity for valuable work experience.

Eligibility

Employment is open to all full-time college and seminary students (or spouses of full-time college and seminary students). Full-time status is defined as 12-credit hrs. for college students and 9-credit hrs. for seminary students.

Non-Canadian students are eligible for employment, although they must obtain a Canadian Social Insurance Number and be enrolled in a degree program. Spouses of Non-Canadian students must have a valid Canadian work authorization form.

For additional inquiries regarding employment for non-Canadian students, please contact the Director of International Student Services Coordinator for further details 204-433-7488. ext. 261.

Payment

Most positions will be paid Manitoba minimum wage, which is $9.00 per hour as of October 1, 2009. For some jobs the pay may be slightly higher. Payments will be made on a semi-monthly basis through electronic direct-deposit payroll. In order to receive payment, all student employees must have a bank account in a Canadian chartered banking institution.

Hours

All positions are contracted as part-time campus employment. The amount of hours allocated to each position will depend on each job and its requirements. The maximum allowable hours per student employee is 12 work hours per week. Students may secure more than one position, but not accumulate more than 12 hours of work per week.

Application Process

A resume is required for all employment applications. Selecting the apply button for a particular job will enable you to submit your resume to the appropriate hiring supervisor. Resumes must be submitted online as a Microsoft Word document or PDF. If you are unable to submit your resume online, please contact the Student Employment office for alternative arrangements.

Students may apply for any jobs for which they qualify. There is no limitation or restriction on how many jobs each student may apply for in this process. Faculty / Staff supervisors will be responsible all hiring decisions.

Each position listed will have its own deadline for receipt of applications. Be sure to carefully read the application terms of each job prior to applying.

Job acceptance will be confirmed with the student (and / or spouse of student) upon their arrival, class registration, and the signing of a Student Employment Contract.

 
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Phone: (204) 433-7488 or (800) 668-7768
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