Careers

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Our mission is to lead and support sport for life through access, participation, and excellence in sport by all Manitobans. As a not-for-profit organization, we fund over 100 sport partners and their programs across the province.

 

We also have our own programs, like Team Manitoba, the Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro, Sport Manitoba Coaching, and Fit Kids Healthy Kids. And we own and operate our facility in downtown Winnipeg, where our Performance Centre, Fitness Centre, Medical Clinic, and hardwood courts live. When someone chooses our physiotherapist, purchases a gym membership, trains with us, or rents courts, that revenue is reinvested back into the amateur sport system to create more opportunities for Manitobans to participate in sport.

 

Our organization is powered by over 70 staff who champion Manitobans’ journeys through sport – developing physical literacy skills, creating scholarships, coordinating coach education sessions, training high-performance athletes, supporting our sport partners, and designing creative campaigns that advocate for the benefits of participating in sport – is just a glimpse of what our passionate team is capable of. Read more about who we are and what we do, here.

Perks and Benefits
  • Comprehensive benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, and extended health care coverage for employees and their dependent children
  • Free fitness centre membership
  • Matching pension contributions
  • Generous vacation 
  • Subsidized parking/bus pass
  • Flexible work options
  • Social events and professional development opportunities

If supporting a thriving amateur sport community aligns with your passion and sounds like a challenge you’re up for, check out our current job opportunities below. 

Jobs in Sport Blog

The Jobs in Sport Blog is regularly updated and puts multiple sport-related job postings from outside our organization in one place.

Jobs in Sport Blog: December Edition

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Podcast Episode: Olivia Meier

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Core Training for Coach Evaluators 

This is a workshop that all NCCP evaluator candidates...

News Post

Sport Manitoba COVID-19 Update

The Province of Manitoba is moving forward with a plan to further reduce public health restrictions. In sport: Capacity limits are eliminated in venues for indoor and outdoor sport. Tournaments are allowed. As of March 1, 2022, new public health orders have come into effect that remove all remaining proof of vaccination requirements for public…

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