Join our dynamic team of Manitoba’s best as we build on an industry-leading company that supports innovation, commitment and service.

We have a comprehensive benefits package and offer diverse and challenging work, a lifetime of career options, ongoing training and development, and a work atmosphere that supports work/life balance.

We have more than 5,000 people working throughout the province in 80 different career streams. No matter what stage in your career, Manitoba Hydro will provide the opportunities and tools you need to achieve your goals.

Trades and technology training

Receive paid job training and work experience that leads to journeyman or technician status through our trades and technology training.

New grads & experienced professionals

We have a large number of professional employees working in engineering, business administration, information technology, and law.

We are the largest employer of electrical, civil, and mechanical engineers in Manitoba. Career opportunities with specializations in business administration include accounting/finance, human resource management, marketing, Indigenous business, supply chain management, management information systems, and environmental sustainability. Career opportunities in information technology include application development and support, network design, database management, security and architecture, and server management.

To renew aging infrastructure and build the generation and transmission capacity necessary to meet our customers’ future energy needs, we currently have the large-scale 695-megawatt Keeyask Generating Station project in development. There has never been a more exciting time to join us.

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Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2018 Manitoba’s Top Employers 2018 Canada’s Best Diversity Employers 2018 Canada’s Greenest Employers 2018 Canada’s Top Employers for Young People 2018