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Announcement: 

As of January 2021, the job board is moving to our new online portal - Experience MTA! All current MtA students already have a user account (use your MtA username and password).

Experience MtA Login In
What you need to know:
  • Jobs for recent grads will continue to be posted here on the main website for now. If you are a recent grad looking for a job, check out the opportunities below!
  • Different jobs will have different application processes, so read the details carefully (for some you may apply directly through the site with documents you've uploaded, others may ask you to send applications by email, etc.).
  • Need some technical support? Check out the Student Experience MTA User Manual or email experience-support@mta.ca. There are also tips and short video tutorials in the system for you!
  • Watch the video tutorial! Experience MTA Student Tutorial: Career Services Module

 

 


On campus employment - check in with departments to see about availability for Winter 2021

  • 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.

Part-time Employment  


Summer jobs

  • Nova Scotia Works, CANSA - Multiple job postings in the Amherst area. Apply now!
  • Vantage Marketing Canada - Vancouver BC, Calgary AB, Toronto ON, Montreal QC - Sales Representatives. Full time summer. Deadline April 15.

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.
  • Alcool NB Liquor - Multiple locations in New Brunswick are looking to hire Casual Retail Sales Associates. Apply now!
  • Embassy of Spain - Education Office - Spain - North American Language and Culture Assistants Program. Part time teaching in Spain for 2021-22 school year. Applications are accepted from Jan 27- April 6.
  • Three-W Canada International Corporation - Remote (Eastern Timezone preferred) - Marketing Representative. Apply ASAP (applications will be accepted until position filled).
  • Odyssey Program - paid language assistant positions in French communities across Canada. Visit the Odyssey website for more info and to apply Deadline Feb 28.
  • Council of the Federation/Le Conseil de la fédération - Ottawa ON - Youth Internship Program / Le Programme de stages Jeunesse. Full-time paid internship. Deadline Feb 25.
  • Venture for Canada Fellowship Program - Canada-wide - Develop entrepreneurial leadership skills through full-time employment and training in the Fellowship Program. Apply by Feb 28 for spring intake.
  • Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness - Montreal QC - Full-time paid summer Social Connectedness Fellowship Program. Suited to upcoming and recent grads. Deadline Mar 7.
  • Proposify - Halifax NS - Hiring a full-time Sales Operations Analyst. Apply ASAP.

 Career Development Opportunities

  • Academic CV workshop February 16th at 7pm. Register here to attend. 

 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!