Hi, We’re Rogers

At Rogers, we’re proud to continue the legacy that began more than 60 years ago. Today, Rogers Communications Inc. (Rogers), together with Shaw, are two proud Canadian telecommunication companies which are now one and is committed to support initiatives which benefit both rural and urban centres, as well as remote Indigenous communities. With our dedicated team, we’re committed to connecting Canadians and delivering the best from coast to coast. 

Rogers is committed to the collective journey towards truth and reconciliation in meaningful ways, in partnership with Indigenous Peoples. Digital technologies and infrastructure continue to evolve at a rapid pace, yet many First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities lag far behind in accessing and benefitting from those vital resources. Rogers has the potential to support the reclamation of language, history, and culture in support of individuality and authenticity.  

Here’s why we think a career with us can be a rewarding experience for you in the longer term. 

How We Empower Indigenous Representation 

We back our commitments to indigenous communities with the goal to double the representation of Indigenous team members by 2025 by creating an inclusive, safe place to self-identify and contribute their best self each day.  Future generations of Indigenous talent will be recognized, recruited, and supported through ongoing and extended partnerships with post-secondary institutions and recruitment agencies.  Ongoing opportunities will also be provided via Ted Rogers Scholarships for Indigenous students, provision of Community Grants to youth organizations, and the exploration of internship and co-operative learning initiatives. Our Indigenous Peoples Network helps engage, inspire, and support Indigenous employees and allies, while sharing knowledge and experience to help us build strong partnerships, meaningful work, and respectful relationships.  

See how our inclusive culture at work will help you accomplish great things, take a look at our initiatives below. 

How Our Inclusive Culture Mindset Can Be Rewarding 

We believe an inclusive culture lets us harness the power of diversity to make better business decisions for our customers and shareholders and is a fundamental part of making Rogers one of the best places to work in Canada. We engage passionate leaders from across the organization to serve on the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEI & B) Council.  

Together, they work as a dedicated team to oversee the development and implementation of our DEI & B strategy​​, and spread the excitement about fostering an inclusive culture at Rogers. The DEI & B Council drives best-in-class initiatives that support our Diversity Teams – Indigenous Peoples Network, Spectrum (2SLGBTQ+), RISE for Women, Rogers Mosaic (Visible Minorities), Rogers AccessAbility Network (Persons with Disabilities), to promote an inclusive workplace and meaningfully impact our employees, customers and communities. 

The intent is to build an inclusive culture for Indigenous employees and allies by removing barriers that traditionally strain relations between Indigenous communities and non-Indigenous organizations. 

An amazing career awaits with your application, and we are excited to share what’s in it for you, should you think of considering us as your next employer. 

Our Unique Job Benefits For Indigenous Peoples 

We will offer a competitive salary and benefits which include access to our Employee Share Accumulation Program, Retirement Benefits, and a variety of other perks, including 50% off Rogers services and Blue Jays tickets.

Additional supports for our Indigenous employees include, but are not limited to:

  • Access to a formal Employee Family Assistance Plan
  • Tax exemptions for First Nations living or working on reserve
  • Traditional Indigenous Practice Leave
  • A company that is part of the Progressive Aboriginal Relations certification program via Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
  • An executive leadership team that humbly supports a corporate journey toward truth & reconciliation
  • An Indigenous Peoples Network – an internal support network for Indigenous employees and Indigenous cultural preservation
  • Gord Downie-Chanie Wenjack Legacy Space Program
  • A hybrid working environment




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Sales Associate 2024-06-19 Abbotsford
Finance Manager 2024-06-19 Toronto
Sales Associate 2024-06-18 Victoria
Sales Associate 2024-06-18 Etobicoke
Sound Designer 2024-06-18 Toronto
Account Manager 2024-06-18 Calgary
Sales Associate 2024-06-17 Oakville
Sales Associate 2024-06-17 Burlington
Account Manager 2024-06-17 Vancouver
Gérant·e adjoint·e de magasin 2024-06-17 Lasalle
Assistant Store Manager 2024-06-17 Lasalle
Dir, Dev Cert & Life-Cy Mgmnt 2024-06-14 Toronto
Sales Associate 2024-06-14 Concord
Videojournalist 2024-06-14 Calgary
Senior Financial Analyst 2024-06-14 Toronto
Sales Associate 2024-06-14 Grande Prairie
Sales Associate 2024-06-14 Winnipeg
Territory Sales Specialist - (Calgary) 2024-06-14 Edmonton
Territory Sales Specialist-(Winnipeg) 2024-06-14 Winnipeg
Territory Sales Specialist- (Edmonton) 2024-06-14 Edmonton
Territory Sales Specialist- (Saskatoon) 2024-06-14 Saskatoon
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