Transitioning to working remotely requires great communication with your employer and both mental and physical preparation. Click here for some great questions to discuss with your employer, and click here for some tips on how to move towards working from home!

 


On campus employment (CAMPUS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED)

  • Athletics (tasks may include front desk duties at the Fitness Centre and the Athletics Centre, social media, stats, and game day duties). E-mail plarsenault@mta.ca.
  • Registrar's Office (general office work): If you are interested in working in the Registrar's Office please email your resume to the Registrar's Office Coordinator, Suzette Kean at: skean@mta.ca. If work becomes available you may be contacted for further consideration.
  • Dining Services Pick up an application form from Jennings Meal Hall. 
  • The Pond (trivia-night hosts, photographers, and event services staff). E-mail thepond@mta.ca.
  • Writing Resource Centre (tutors). Watch for a call for applications in early September.
  • Meighen Centre (tutors). A general call for applications is issued in September.
  • Wellness Centre (PEER support students).
  • Academic departments (teaching assistants). Check with your professors and departmental administrative staff to find out about opportunities.

Check out the employers who attended the Career Fair. 


Part-time jobs off campus

  •  Kangaroo - Assistant General Manager - MTA Campus. Apply here.

Summer jobs

  •  Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) - Find jobs for students in New Brunswick! Various positions and deadlines.
  • Nova Scotia Works, CANSA - Multiple job postings in the Amherst area. Apply now!
  •  Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP) - Across Canada - If you want to work for the federal government, apply now. They're hiring a wide variety of roles, students from all backgrounds in positions across Canada.  *Be sure to include your university and the regions you wish to work.
  •  Venture for Canada Internships - with startups and local small businesses across Canada. Apply for a 2020 Internship now!
  • Alcool NB Liquor - Multiple locations in New Brunswick are looking to hire Casual Retail Sales Associates. Apply now!
  • Oxford Frozen Food - Looking to hire a number of students for Production and General Labour Personnel. Needs are greater right now due to COVID-19. Apply now to start ASAP.
  • Government of Canada: Student Entrepreneurship - Part of New Brunswick's summer employment programming, it offers interest-free loans to students who wish to create summer employment and gain valuable business experience by operating their own business. Apply today!
  • University First Class Painters - multiple locations. Apply now.
  •  L'Arche Canada - locations across Canada - Assistant Program, work in a home with people with disabilities. Summer positions available. Applications accepted anytime. Details here.

Jobs for grads

  •  Nova Scotia Works, CANSA - Multiple job postings in the Amherst area. Apply now
  •  Youth Employment Fund - Employment opportunities in NB - Training, Support, and Jobs. More info here.
  • HyrSkills - Moncton NB - Working remotely as a Software Developer. Deadline July 3. 
  • The Co-Operators - various locations - hiring various positions. More info jobs.
  • Alcool NB Liquor - Multiple locations in New Brunswick are looking to hire Casual Retail Sales Associates. Apply now!
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Moncton, NB - Looking to hire a Marine Planning and Conservation Biologist for a 12 month term. Apply now!
  • Robertson & Company - hiring a recent grad from Psychology, Sociology, Healthcare Services or related fields to work as a Case Manager (Insurance). Offices across Canada. Apply now!
  •  VIPKid - Online ESL teaching to Chinese children. Flexible hours and work from home! Details here.
  •  ESL Teacher Recruiter - Korea - Teach English in Korea. Apply now.
  •  L'Arche Canada - locations across Canada - Assistant Program, work in a home with people with disabilities. Summer positions available. Applications accepted anytime. Details here.

Volunteer Opportunities


 Access Ability

  •  An employment wage subsidy program dedicated to providing inclusive hiring in Atlantic Canada. If you identify as a person living with a disability, you could qualify for a pay-for-performance wage subsidy, starting at 10% tiering up each month to 100% coverage for up to 30 weeks of work experience. Funded by Service Canada and facilitated by Saint Mary's University Entrepreneurship Centre. Find out more by clicking here!