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UM Today | Students | Get Hired! Week of July 8, 2024

UM Today | Students | Get Hired! Week of July 8, 2024
UM Today | Students | Get Hired! Week of July 8, 2024

July 8, 2024 —

Are you looking for work, trying to land that first job, or gaining experience in your field? You don’t want to miss the weekly edition of Get Hired by Career Services!

Receive current updates on what is happening in the labor market and get insider information from UMConnect (formerly Career Connect).

Each week we also share information about upcoming conferences and information sessions.

Who is looking for staff?

Part-time/summer job/opportunity for irregular working hours

There are 25 vacancies for part-time, on-call and summer positions available on UM Connect under the Job Postings tab! Check out the Support Worker position at Knowles Centre Inc. Deadline is July 26th.

** UM students: access to opportunities on UM connection Make sure you are logged in to your account to follow the links to the postings directly! Note: UM alumni can also create an account to access these postings. **

Full-time/co-op/internships

  • The University of Manitoba is seeking an Experiential Learning & Industry Liaison – Administrative Assistant 2 (AESES). The deadline is July 11.
  • The University of Manitoba is seeking a Career Advisor – Administrative Assistant 2. The deadline is 21 July.
  • Red Fern Farm Services is hiring for several positions in Virden, MB including Site Supervisor. Positions open until filled.
  • Seymour Pacific Developments Construction Management is seeking a Design Coordinator (72347)** in Winnipeg. The deadline is July 18th.
  • The Government of Manitoba is seeking an Indigenous Traditional Ceremony Provider (42053) at 4 locations in Manitoba. The deadline is July 11. They are also looking for a Data Warehouse Analyst (43001) in Winnipeg. The deadline is 14th of July.
  • Cintas is seeking a Sales Representative for its First Aid and Safety division in Winnipeg. See Disability Solutions for more job openings.
  • Filmore Riley LLP is seeking a Corporate Legal Assistant and a Litigation Legal Assistant in Winnipeg.
  • The Canadian government is seeking a Financial Policy Officer at the National Research Council Canada office.
  • Encore is seeking an Event Audio Visual Technician in Winnipeg. Check out Disability Solutions for more accessible opportunities. Position is open until filled.
  • Mosaic is hiring for the Mining the Future Indigenous Students Program (52439) in Regina, SK. They are looking for students in engineering, trades, business and more, in various locations across Saskatchewan. The school year runs from September 9 to December 20.
  • LevelUp is an opportunity for students to work on short-distance projects, connect with future employers, and gain real-world work experience within a supportive and thriving community of Canadian students for 60 hours and 8 weeks. Learn more about LevelUp on UMToday and check out the wage subsidy website for other programs!
  • Interested in working in the natural resources sector? Are you between the ages of 15 and 30? NRCan — Green Jobs’ Science & Technology Internship Program (STIP) supports young people in gaining work experience and skills through full-time paid internships. Apply to be an intern on one of their many delivery organization pages today!
  • Consider applying to the Agriculture and Agri-Food (AAFC) Talent Inventory in the areas of Student Rehire Opportunities, Post Graduation (Student Bridging) Job Opportunities, and General AAFC Job Opportunities. It only takes 15 minutes to apply!
  • Mosaic is seeking a Maintenance Engineer Co-Op/Intern (52999) in Belle Plaine, SK. This position is open until filled.

There are 52 vacancies for full-time positions available on UM Connect under the Job Postings tab! Check out the Team Lead position at The Link (72282). Deadline is 14th of July.

** UM students: access to opportunities on UM connection Make sure you are logged in to your account to follow the links to the postings directly! Note: UM alumni can also create an account to access these postings. **

Career fairs, information sessions, and conferences provide an excellent way to learn more about your field, network, and explore opportunities available. Employers visit career fairs and trade show booths to inform students about future opportunities and to seek out talented students/graduates for current positions. Check out these upcoming events!

  • Falling Walls Lab takes place on September 11. It is a global pitch competition that unites students and professionals with groundbreaking ideas. This event supports innovation and communication skills and promotes collaboration and sustainability. Academic institutions around the world host these labs, giving participants three minutes to present solutions to pressing challenges. Applications must be submitted July 15th.
  • Eco Canada’s Virtual Career Fair is Back September 18th. Register today!
  • The #Standwithowners competition is back, offering a $200,000 prize to a business owner with 0-100 employees. Deadline for entries is September 4th.
  • This year CITTS is organizing RENDEZ-VOUS in Saskatoon from August 14-17. The conference is intended for both beginning and experienced industry professionals. Students can register for $50.
  • Mark your calendars! The U of M will host the annual ASE Career Fair at the UMSU University Centre on October 9th. More details will follow in August.
  • Are you a scientist, decision maker, researcher or practitioner interested in sustainable futures and innovation in digital transformation? The 2nd International Conference on Advancing Sustainable Futures (ICASF 2024) will be held in Abu Dhabi. Academics, practitioners and research students are invited to submit working and full papers. Virtual presentations are also welcome! Deadline for submissions is July 15, And September 15th.

** UM students: to access features on UM Connect, you must be logged into your account to directly follow the links to the posts! Please note: UM alumni can also create an account to access these posts. **

Need support navigating your job search? Career Services not only provides access to available jobs, but also offers a range of services to help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to get that job. Whether you’re looking for experiential learning, part-time, summer, or full-time work after graduation, we’re here to help. To help you excel in your skills, we offer workshops on resumes and cover letters, creating a LinkedIn profile, mentoring, job hunting, and interview preparation. Check out the Student Affairs Event Calendar and register today!

Do you have questions about something specific? We are happy to answer your job search questions! Please direct questions to [email protected].