Rewarding Careers at Red River College

Red River College is a leader in applied learning and innovation. Our talented team of employees is passionate about education, innovation and student success.

Who We Are

Red River College is Manitoba’s largest institute of applied learning and the province’s only polytechnic, offering more than 200 full-time and part-time degree, diploma and certificate programs. RRC graduates are work-ready and possess the skills required to quickly become leaders in their chosen fields.

At RRC, our aim is to meet and exceed the job market’s evolving needs, by arming our students with the knowledge, experience and confidence required to succeed in today’s multi-skilled workforce. To achieve this goal, the College employs a committed staff and faculty whose members are dedicated to ensuring each student’s individual success.

Work at Red River College

Red River College has a diverse staff and student population. We encourage Aboriginal persons, women, visible minorities and individuals with disabilities to apply to our career opportunities.

We offer competitive salaries, extensive benefits, and the opportunity for personal and professional growth in a rewarding career. We are also one of Manitoba’s Top Employer, one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, and one of Canada’s Greenest Employers.

Workplace Equity and Diversity

In 2013 the position of  Workplace Equity and Diversity Coordinator was created and a Workplace Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee was established. The scope of the position encompasses both employment equity and diversity.  Equity is focused on the four designated groups (Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women in non- traditional jobs) established in legislation; diversity includes everyone.

Our Environment

Red River College is a place of energy, opportunity, change and inspiration. RRC employs more than 2,000 people, including full-time and part-time faculty, administration and support staff.

We offer an innovative, progressive workplace and we care about our employees. It shows through the type of environment we have created: one that mirrors the values of our employees, including family, community, sustainability and partnerships.

RRC is an outstanding place to work; here diversity is embraced, success is celebrated and innovation is encouraged.

At Red River College we recognize that our strength is YOU our employees. We are committed to providing a well-balanced benefits program* for you and your family. We are pleased to provide eligible employees with a Flex Benefits Program for your medical and dental needs.

Additional benefit entitlements: CSSB pension plan, group insurance, accidental death & disablement, long term disability, employee assistance program, sick leave and vacation entitlements, health spending account, and generous holiday closure days.

*Eligibility requirements subject and applicable to employment status


“What’s important to me (about working at RRC) is that the college is a supportive environment. It has recently been nominated for two human rights awards for our work on LGBTT rights and issues at the college.”

David Hykaway – Educational Assistant, Library Services


“There are so many useful training opportunities and workshops available (for staff development) – I took a whole certificate by attending evening classes. And having the gym available to staff to use for free – amazing!”

Margarita Natcheva – Immigrant Student Advisor

Human Resources Services

In support of Red River College’s Strategic Plan, Human Resource Services and Staff Learning and Development are committed to delivering professional and timely consultative services on a full range of Human Resource functions to all employees.

In addition to participating and contributing to College-wide initiatives, we deliver professional consultative services in areas including:

  • Recruitment and Selection – ensuring maintenance of a competent and effective workforce.
  • Job Evaluation – that is consistent and equitably applied
  • Organizational Design
  • Labour Relations – managing grievances, facilitating discussions to resolve disputes and investigating complaints, and contract negotiations
  • Advisory, Consulting and Counseling for:
    • Performance Management
    • Employee Development Planning
    • Succession Planning
    • Absenteeism Management
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Policy and Collective Agreement Interpretation
  • Supportive Employment Services – including facilitating return to work plans and workplace accommodations
  • Learning and Development – an array of learning opportunities aimed at enhancing organizational and professional effectiveness

For more information, see the complete list of Red River College Human Resource Services staff and the Schools/Departments they support.


Diversity Leadership