Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

As a service to our members and other housing-related organizations, MNPHA accepts postings for employment and volunteer opportunities in the housing sector. This includes employment postings, and openings on Boards of Directors.

Please submit postings to [email protected]. MNPHA reserves the right to screen job submissions for compatibility with the values of our organization.

MNPHA is committed to representing diversity among our staff and volunteers.  Indigenous people, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply.

Current Postings

Job Opportunity – Fund Development Manager – Jubilee Fund

Full Time

The Jubilee Fund Inc. is an ethical social finance, impact investment fund established as a non-profit charity to raise awareness concerning the interrelated issues of poverty reduction, financial assets, and access to financing. The Jubilee Fund provides loan guarantees, bridge financing and direct lending to organizations, businesses, (co-operatives and social enterprises) and individuals to initiate or complete community-based projects that reduce poverty and financial exclusion.

Vision Statement: A future in which equitable economic opportunities are available to all Manitobans.

Mission Statement: To use social impact investments to alleviate poverty in Manitoba for organizations and individuals with barriers to traditional financing.

Values: Cooperative, democratic and community-based; Inclusion of underserved persons and communities; Sustainable and transparent practices.

Job title: Fund Development Manager Purpose of Job: The Fund Development Manager is critical to Jubilee’s ongoing success and has a management responsibility focused on capital growth and investment management. The Fund Development Manager will work well in a team environment and be capable of working remotely, with little oversight and ready to meet for in person meetings with team members, partners, and clients as required.

The Fund Development Manager will ensure that all available opportunities for raising funds (grants, donations and investments) are successfully explored, managed, and grown, contributing to the financial viability and overall sustainability of the organisation.

Job Opportunity – Executive Director – Kinew Housing


Kinew Housing Inc.

Kinew Housing is a Non-Profit housing organization that is Indigenous led and is located in the City of Winnipeg. Kinew was established in 1970 to provide decent, affordable housing to low-income Indigenous families. We purchased homes and renovated them which not only provided housing but also provided training and employment opportunities.

Posting for Executive Director

Regular/ Full Time

Salary: determined by Kinew Housing Inc. current budget and the candidates’ qualifications and experience. (85,000 – 90,000.00) includes benefit plan

Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba

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