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Our work contributes to a better Manitoba, 

and we want you to join us. 

It will never be just a job for you at Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries (MBLL). Whether you are serving our customers directly in one of our casinos or Liquor Marts or applying your skills behind the scenes in one of our many vital support positions, you’ll always be earning more than a paycheck. That’s because 100% of our profits are returned to Manitobans to support needed programs that we all benefit from. Here you’re not just working for yourself but also your neighbours, your community, and all Manitoba.

Please note: We are no longer accepting job applications and résumés by email. Please use our Careers Portal to view and apply for job opportunities. 

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A place where you can be you 

We know you’ve been looking for a welcoming and inclusive workplace – one that celebrates true diversity and embraces all that you have to offer. And you’ve found it here at Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries. Through our diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, we promote a culture of caring and respect, one that empowers you as an employee and helps you always feel good about coming to work.



A job that fuels your life 

Your life is bigger than your job. That’s why we’ll support your career with a comprehensive list of benefits including a defined benefit pension plan, life and disability insurance and flexible health ...

 and dental benefits that you can customize to your specific needs. We can even help you achieve a better work life balance with hybrid work and flexible shift scheduling available for many of our positions. 

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Being hired is only the start of your journey 

Of course you’re ambitious – that’s why we’ve hired you. So, to help you achieve your goals we’ll support... 

you with extensive developmental opportunities that can fast-track your career progression. These include skilled trade and apprenticeship training, tuition reimbursement for select courses from accredited institutions and our extensive catalogue of free in-house training programs for upgrading your work and leadership skills.





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What we offer 

Core and Flexible Benefits

  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Disability Insurance (Short and Long Term)
  • Heath and Dental Insurance
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan
  • Disability Insurance (Short and Long Term)
  • Heath and Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D)
  • Dependent Child Life Insurance
  • Critical Illness
  • Employee Family Assistance
  • Health & Wellness Spending Account

Voluntary Benefits

  • Extended Life Insurance
  • Enhanced AD&D


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When you give, we give too. 

We love that MBLL employees are famous for volunteering. Our Employee Driven Volunteer program supports their giving spirit by kicking in additional funds for their preferred charity or organization for every hour they volunteer with it. Additionally, our employees vote annually for a select Manitoba charity that will also receive funding from their collective volunteering efforts.


A Liquor Mart staff person helping a customer.
Seasonal Hiring 

We recruit for casual Seasonal Courtesy Clerks bi-annually. Recruitment for the Summer seasonal hires begin in April and runs through early September and for the Winter Seasonal hires, recruitment starts first week of October until the end of December. You are encouraged to apply at more than one Liquor Mart. Set a reminder in your calendar so that you don’t miss the hiring period! 
Seasonal Courtesy Clerks may be rehired to work in our stores throughout the year.


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Committed to French language services 

We currently have six designated bilingual Liquor Marts as well as a number of designated positions throughout the organization. We are always looking for bilingual talent to join our organization. 


Where we work 

As one of the province’s largest employers, MBLL employees can be found in numerous locations throughout the province. These include:

Front entrance to the Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries head office.

Located at A – 1555 Buffalo Place in Winnipeg, our head office is home to our administrative and support staff across many departments (Finance, IT, Communications, Human Resources, Community Support, Marketing, etc.). The office employs a hybrid workplace model that allows most staff to perform most of their functions remotely. It’s another great reason to work for us!

Dealer at a casino games table interacting with three casino patrons.

Located in Winnipeg, our Club Regent, McPhillips Station and Shark Club casinos employ people in many areas including table games, slots, food and beverage, customer service, housekeeping, security, promotions, and much more. 

Front entrance to a Liquor Mart store.

Our liquor retail outlets are staffed by cashiers and product experts. In total there are 63 Liquor Mart and Liquor Mart Express stores throughout Manitoba.

Woman working at her desk on a laptop.

From our office in Morris, MBLL’s Video Lotto staff provide maintenance and business services to our Video Lottery Terminal (VLT) network throughout the province. Some positions require travel. 

A view of a product isle at the Liquor Mart Distribution Centre

Located in Winnipeg, our distribution centre employs people involved in the logistics behind importing and distributing liquor throughout the province. 

Two warehouse employees working on a forklift.

This warehouse/office located in the Weston neighbourhood of North Winnipeg acts as a distribution centre for MBLL’s lottery products and business support assets. In addition to warehouse personnel, staff for several other MBLL departments are located at this site. 



41.3% 38.1% 1.4%


In our last employee survey our employees self-identified as 41.3% female, 38.1% male and 1.4% non-binary. Reporting was voluntary.



$47.4 thousand donated by employees through annual charitable campaign.