Employment Opportunities

On Campus Opportunities:

Memorial Undergraduate Career Experience Program (MUCEP):
On campus (part time) jobs for Canadian and international undergraduate students.

International Student Work Experience Program (ISWEP):
On campus (part time) jobs for undergraduate international students & ESL students who possess a vaild study permit.

Student Work And Service Program (SWASP):
On campus jobs for student parents ( fall & winter term); all students in spring term

Graduate Student Work Experience Program (GradSWEP):
On campus (part time) jobs for all graduate students

Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ):
On campus summer job opportunities funded by the federal government of Canada


Career Development Job Board:

We host our own job board. We receive job postings all the time. Check out our site for summer and part time\full time work opportunities both on/off campus. To view and apply to job postings:

  1. Go to my.mun.ca and login.
  2. Click the "Student" or "Alumni" link near the top of the page.
  3. Click "Launch" in the "Student Services" box, and then click "My MUNLife" in the pop-up window.
  4. Click on "CAREER" and then the "Job Postings" tab

Disclaimer: Jobs posted on the My MUNLife site are not owned by Career Development. Each employer is responsible for the interviewing, selecting and hiring of their potential employees. Students and Alumni are responsible for contacting the employer through the method indicated on the job posting. While Career Development does monitor the job postings, and reserves the right to not post a position, we encourage students and alumni to use their own discretion when applying to positions. These practices are in accordance to the guidelines set by Canadian Associations of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE).


Off Campus Opportunities and other Job Search Websites:

Career Beacon: Canada's first bilingual recruitment web site. With the best employment advertisements, they will help to locate the opportunity that's right for you, right now.

Employment Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities: A division of the Government of NL that provides various information about Disability Employment Programs and Services

Federal Public Service: There are a few different ways you, as a current undergraduate or graduate student, or as a graduating student or alumnus, can become employed in the federal public service.

Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP): FSWEP provides full-time students valuable, hands-on work experience related to their field of study and allows for a wealth of learning opportunities.

Graduate Transition to Employment Program (GTEP): GTEP provides new graduates $12,500 of the starting salary of an approved position for a period of 52 weeks.

Go Program with NL Provincial Government: Graduate Opportunities are open to individuals who have recently completed a recognized degree, post diploma (graduate) certificate or a diploma and are eligible to work in Canada.

Indeed: Indeed has given job seekers free access to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites and job boards.

jobGurus: JobGurus Canada aggregates jobs from over ten thousand employer, recruiter and government sites across Canada and provides jobs in a simple, intuitive way to job seekers.

Monster: One of Canada's most recognized on-line career brand and Canada's leading career management portal

TalentEgg: TalentEgg has helped millions of students and recent grads hatch their careers, and worked with hundreds of Canadian employers to successfully attract top Gen Y talent to join their organizations.

Workopolis: Committed to transforming the recruitment industry by launching innovative new ways for employers and candidates to find and get to know each other better online

Wowjobs: Wowjobs.ca is Canada’s largest job search engine and founded with the objective of fundamentally changing the way in which job seekers look for jobs and the way employers scout for talent.


 

 

Contact

Career Development

230 Elizabeth Ave

St. John's, NL A1B 3X9 CANADA

Tel: (709) 864-2530

Fax: (709) 864-2552

becomestudent@mun.ca