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How to Apply & Hiring Process

How to Apply

All positions are posted on the Career Portal online. This is the only place where available positions are posted. You must register yourself on the website by creating a profile in order to apply for jobs. When you visit the Winnipeg Health Region Careers website, you can click "Search Jobs" to look for available positions. Download our Job Seeker Handbook for more information on the applying for jobs.

Indigenous Voluntary Self-Declaration

Self-declaring helps the Winnipeg Health Region determine if it is meeting its goals in developing a representative workforce. Indigneous applicants seeking employment within the Winnipeg Health Region are encouraged to self-declare. You can self-declare when you create your online profile on the Winnipeg Health Region careers website. Additionally, you can self-declare in various methods such as your cover letter, resume, and profile.

After You Apply

It takes time for the job competition to close and for the hiring package to be sent to the hiring manager. Paper screening is based on the posted qualifications for the position. The hiring manager will contact the applicants who are selected for an interview. This process can take from four to six weeks. In preparing for an interview you will want to research the organization and the position. You should prepare questions that you would like to ask the interviewers regarding the position. Many interviews are panel interviews, meaning there will be more than one person interviewing you for the position. Remember to highlight your past work experience, your knowledge and skills that are relevant to the position. When you are called for an interview, you should bring a current resume and a list of three work related references. It is important to tell your references in advance they may be called. Check out our Job Seeker Handbook for more tips on preparing for an interview.

How We Can Help

As a job seeker, WRHA Indigenous Health – Workforce Development can provide assistance and resources in your job search. We can help guide you in applying for positions, connect you to helpful resources, help you prepare for an interview and provide feedback on your resume and cover letter. Job seekers are encouraged to contact WRHA Indigenous Health – Workforce Development.

Contact Indigenous Health – Workforce Development

2735 Pembina Hwy
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2H5
Phone: 204-940-8880
Toll Free: 1-877-940-8880
Fax: 204-943-1728
Email: indigenoushealth@wrha.mb.ca

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