Are you looking for a meaningful career at one of Manitoba’s top employers? Look no further than Manitoba public Insurance. See below for information on everything you need to apply:
Somewhere that nurtures your unique talents. A place where you'll know you're succeeding and your career can grow. A place that offers you work-life balance and competitive pay.
That place is Manitoba Public Insurance. We’re a future-oriented company with more than 1,750 talented, high-performing employees working in 12 communities across Manitoba.
We’re a non-profit provincial Crown corporation that has provided Basic automobile coverage since 1971. As one of the province's Top Employers, we’ll ensure you get the training, tools and encouragement you need to succeed. We provide a respectful, inclusive work environment with clear and consistent direction, and our people have the support they need to do their jobs and the opportunity for career growth and advancement.
We hire individuals with a variety of education and experience and there are many opportunities for advancement in a range of different fields, which means you can drive your career to destinations you might never have imagined.
We're always interested in receiving applications. See our current openings.
Upon the closing date of a job posting, all applications are reviewed by Human Resources. Due to the large number of applications we receive, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. If you do not hear from us, please continue to check for other opportunities.
To ensure a diversified and representative workforce, Manitoba Public Insurance invites Indigenous persons, visible minorities and persons with disabilities to apply. We encourage you to declare your employment equity status when completing your online application.
We offer a comprehensive health benefits program that includes:
In an effort to support financial security, we offer:
We offer programs that focus on how to better achieve a balance between work and personal commitments, as well as maintain a healthy workplace culture. This includes:
Manitoba Public Insurance believes that diversity and inclusion strengthens us. We consider ourselves to be a barrier-free organization where individual values, beliefs and practices are respected and appreciated for the diversity they bring to our work life.
It’s important to recognize our employees for their contributions. Not only do we recognize employees as they achieve milestone years in their careers, we also have several outlets for leaders and peers to reward each other for work well done.
We want our employees to grow, which is why we offer support in keeping their skills up-to-date. We offer in-house training, professional development and an educational assistance program.
In an effort to encourage a safe and healthy work environment, we offer various safety, health and workplace policies and programs along with technical expertise and assistance to support employee activities in safety and health.
The General Administrative Recruitment Initiative allows job seekers to submit an online application, cover letter and resume that will be considered for future term general administrative opportunities within Manitoba Public Insurance.
This initiative is for term general administrative (Clerk 1) opportunities at various locations throughout the province. Be sure to indicate which location(s) interest you.
As a term Clerk 1, you will gain valuable experience in an exciting office environment. You can expect to perform general administrative duties while gaining familiarity with various departmental functions within Manitoba Public Insurance.
All applications will remain active for six months.
Interested applicants require a high school diploma or equivalent along with:
How to apply
See our current openings and apply directly to the General Administrative Opportunities posting.
We offer such opportunities as:
The key to meaningful employment is having the right skills and educational background. But getting a job where you can put these things to use can be difficult without any real life work experience to back it up.
Imagine working side-by-side with leaders in your field of study. Imagine building upon the skills you've learned in the classroom. Now, imagine yourself in a paid Professional Internship with Manitoba Public Insurance.
As a Professional Intern, you will gain meaningful, real-world experience and bridge the gap between post-secondary and your career. As one of the province's Top Employers, we’ll ensure you get the training, tools and encouragement you need to succeed. We provide a respectful, inclusive work environment with clear and consistent direction. We ensure our people have the support they need to do their jobs!
To be eligible for a one-year Professional Internship with Manitoba Public Insurance you must:
The recruitment of Professional Internship opportunities typically occurs each spring. Visit our current openings to view our available opportunities.
Manitoba Public Insurance accepts resumes for summer employment opportunities. We offer the opportunity to learn and gain valuable work experience, allowing you to enhance your employment prospects upon graduation.
There are a variety of opportunities available for students with an educational background in the following fields:
To qualify, you must be enrolled in full-time studies and returning to school for the following academic year.
The recruitment of summer students typically occurs each spring. Visit our current openings to view our available opportunities.
Co-op placements provide structured, supervised professional work experience which Manitoba Public Insurance supports by offering paid work terms directly related to a student’s academic studies. This allows students to earn academic credit for their educational program or fulfills the practical experience required for certification. Manitoba Public Insurance works in partnership with the educational facility in arranging these placements.
To qualify, you must be registered in a Co-operative Educational Program through your school.
An invitation to apply may be posted at your school or applications may be organized through your co-op program coordinator. Please speak with your program coordinator for further information.