Our vision and values
The Mint’s vision is dedicated to delivering excellence… through our customer-driven businesses, our talented people and the value we add to Canada and Canadians.
Our values are honesty, respect, pride & passion. These values reflect the spirit of the Mint and the heart and strength of our culture.
Consider a rewarding career
The Royal Canadian Mint is a progressive commercial Crown Corporation with more than 1,200 employees based in Ottawa and Winnipeg. If you want to be part of a dynamic organization with a global reputation for quality and innovation, we invite you to consult our varied career opportunities.
As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities. A diverse pool of candidates will help us to achieve hiring the most qualified candidates.
The Royal Canadian Mint is committed to achieving and maintaining a workforce that reflects and embraces the diversity of Canadian society, and to providing an environment that promotes inclusion, equity and respect for others.
We take great pride in the diverse talents of our workforce, and offer our employees a friendly work environment, competitive salaries, performance bonuses, comprehensive benefits and the opportunity to grow.
Click here to learn about why The Royal Canadian Mint was selected as one of National Capital Region’s Top Employers (2022)
A living legacy
From carving his first totem pole to sharing knowledge with his final apprentice Gwaai Edenshaw, Iljuwas (Bill Reid) grew to become a true inspiration to the next generation of Northwest Coast artists. Following in his footsteps, this group of carvers, jewellers, sculptors, and painters keep his legacy alive through their beautiful work more >>
Truth and Reconciliation Keepsake
Learn the Truth; Practice Reconciliation.
This keepsake represents a past that must never be forgotten, and a better future we can all build together.
The Residential Schools Crisis Line is available 24 hours a day for anyone experiencing pain or distress or thoughts of past abuse. Please call 1-866-925-4419.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada says that reconciliation “is a process of healing relationships that requires public truth sharing, apology, and commemoration that acknowledge and redress past harms.” It is in this spirit that we have worked with Residential, Day and Boarding school Survivors and First Nations, Inuit and Métis artists to create this Truth and Reconciliation Keepsake.
For a period of more than 150 years, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Nation children were taken from their families and communities to attend government-funded church-run residential schools. More than 150,000 children were taken away with a goal of destroying their culture and ways of life. Thousands never came home.
Neglect and abuse were widespread at these schools. Indigenous peoples are still living with the impacts of this harm. This Truth and Reconciliation Keepsake honours the Survivors and the children who never returned.
Continue your journey to Truth and Reconciliation by reading the full report: www.nctr.ca/records/reports
The beautiful and richly symbolic imagery, reflective of First Nations, Inuit and Métis teachings and traditional art forms demonstrate that these cultures remain vibrant in spite of the harms inflicted by the residential school era.
Its dual-sided design acknowledges the intergenerational impacts of Residential, Day and Boarding schools, and it invites reflection about the impact of those schools, the conditions that created them, and how people living in Canada can turn that reflection into acts of reconciliation.
All proceeds from the sale of the Truth and Reconciliation Keepsake will support the work of the Na-mi-quai-ni-mak Community Support Fund (Na-mi-quai-ni-mak is an Anishinaabemowin name meaning “I remember them”). Established by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, Na-mi-quai-ni-mak is a community fund that assists Survivors and their communities carry out healing, wellness, and commemoration activities. To learn more, visit https://nctr.ca/memorial/na-mi-quai-ni-mak/na-mi-quai-ni-mak-community-support-fund/
For more information: https://www.mint.ca/en/shop/coins/2022/truth-and-reconciliation-keepsake
Ready to mint your career?
Please forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Job Title||Posted Date||City|
|Summer Student – Boutique & Tours (May - September) - 15 positions||2023-02-03||Ottawa|
|Summer Student – Boutique & Tours (May - September) - 5 positions||2023-02-03||Winnipeg|
|Administrative Assistant, Ottawa Technical Operations – Quality Systems – Supply Chain and Planning (14-month Term)||2023-02-01||Ottawa|
|Advisor, Corporate Health & Safety (3 Year Term)||2023-01-30||Ottawa|
|Coordinator, Product Management||2023-01-26||Ottawa|
|Executive Assistant, Office of the Vice-President, Human Resources (Hybrid)||2022-12-13||Ottawa|
|Senior Advisor, Organizational Change Management (3 Year Term)||2022-09-22||Ottawa|
We thank all candidates who apply, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
We look forward to receiving your application.