Manitoba For Ukraine



Information For Job Seekers

Manitoba has plenty of job opportunities and resources available to help newcomers understand requirements for working in Manitoba. See Newcomer Fact Sheet

Manitoba Start is a one-stop organization that connects newcomers to settlement, orientation, language and employment services. Manitoba Start will conduct a needs and assets assessment and refer individuals to a settlement worker and relevant services, including health care, child care, education, housing and employment services.

A wide range of employment and training services are offered through 13 Manitoba Jobs and Skills Development Centres situated throughout Manitoba, as well as through partnerships with community-based organizations and employers. Anyone authorized to work in Canada are eligible for general services. Services may include employment counselling, help to develop an employment plan and access to information about occupations and training opportunities.

There are job sites you can search where employers have posted jobs for Ukrainians as well as all residents legally able to work. The list below does not represent all job postings available:

Manitoba has a number of regulated professions and trades with specific requirements in order to work in your occupation of training and the federal government provides general information about credential recognition EN/FR

Information For Employers

Manitoba has plenty of job opportunities and resources available to help employers understand requirements for hiring newcomers in Manitoba. See Employer Newcomer Fact Sheet

IRCC's Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET), Temporary Resident with Open Work Permit option, is the most direct pathway for Ukrainian citizens to apply to come to Canada. IRCC is responsible for documentation and processes pertaining to entry to Canada and has information on the measures in place for Ukrainians as well as information for employers online.

Employer interested in supporting Ukrainians with offers of employment, please register on the federal government's Job Bank's Jobs for Ukraine webpage.

Manitoba employers can also submit their job- related offers to with the subject line UKRAINE RESPONSE.

If you are interested in hiring persons in partnership with the MPNP, please contact the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program at with the subject line HELP UKRAINE.

Economic Development Winnipeg's Business Development team, YES! Winnipeg, is leveraging its existing Job Connections Portal to connect Ukrainian nationals looking for temporary or permanent jobs with employers in Manitoba. If you're a Manitoba company or organization willing to hire Ukrainian nationals on a temporary or permanent basis, click here to register.