Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

Get connected to job opportunities in the province. Below we've linked the main sites to search and posted jobs that have been sent to us. If you know of other ones you think should be included on this page or would like us to post a job, send us an email at info@arnm.ca.

If you are looking for an opportunity to give back and get connected to the community, check out the volunteer opportunities below. If you have a volunteer opportunity you would like us to post, please send an email with the details to info@arnm.ca.

Connecting You with Opportunities in Manitoba

Check the Manitoba Healthcare Providers Network and job search sites listed below for the most up to date information on employment opportunites across the province.

You'll also want to follow us on 
Facebook and Twitter to see featured opportunities that may not be advertised on the job search sites. 

Volunteer Opportunities

Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses 

The Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses (CFMHN) is looking for volunteers for a variety of committees. CFMHN is an associate group of the Canadian Nurses' Association and the national voice for psychiatric and mental health nursing. Learn more at https://www.cfmhn.ca/.


Volunteer Mentors Wanted

N.E.E.D.S. Inc.
N.E.E.D.S. Inc. (Newcomer Employment & Education Development Services) is currently seeking volunteer mentors to work with newcomer youth ages 6-18. It only takes 6 hours a month to make a difference in the life of a refugee youth new to Winnipeg. Please consider becoming a mentor today! Click here for more information

Career Opportunities

Specialty Group Showcase Series

Join us for a chance to learn about nursing specialty areas and the great job opportunities within them. Hear from some of our Manitoba nursing specialty groups about how you can get involved with them and advance your career. 

Series 1:

Manitoba Operating Room Nurses Association
Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses
Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses
Manitoba Renal Program

You'll hear from the different specialty groups answer the questions listed below:

Specialty training

1. Is specialty training required before starting a job or do you get a job and then work on the education? 
2. How much does it cost? 
3. Do you get paid while you learn? 
4. What is the payback? 


1. What kind of scope is there within the specialty? 
2. Where can people work? 
3. What are things like in terms of advancement and mobility within the specialty?
4. What kinds of things can people do with this training that other nurses can't?

Highlights of the area

1. What drew you to your specialty area?
2. What kind of education is available through your specialty group?
3. What would you consider to be the highlights or strengths of this area?

Keep scrolling for volunteer opportunities. 


Job Search Sites 

Government of Canada Job Bank: http://bit.ly/2stA437

Glassdoor: https://www.glassdoor.ca/index.htm Indeed Jobs: http://indeedhi.re/2rb9EVu
Manitoba Healthcare Providers Network: http://www.healthcareersmanitoba.ca/

Health Regions

Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority: http://bit.ly/2wuoiaJ
Northern Health Region: http://bit.ly/2vQeVFB
Prairie Mountain Health: http://bit.ly/2uqGksY
Southern Health Santé Sud: http://bit.ly/2hKFGVx
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority: http://bit.ly/2kyq9EL

Educational Institutions

Brandon University: http://bit.ly/2YNBBkv
Red River College: http://bit.ly/2Jvob7z
University College of the North: http://bit.ly/2JFepyi
Université de Sainte Boniface: http://bit.ly/2LgqxZY
University of Manitoba: http://bit.ly/2Lfz6UT