Our products and services are available throughout Manitoba, so our people can be found throughout the province.
Located in the Polo Park and Fort Garry neighbourhoods of Winnipeg, our head office is spread out across several buildings. Departments such as Community Support, Finance, Corporate Communications and Social Responsibility, Marketing, IT, Internal Audit, Procurement and many more are found here.
We recruit for casual Seasonal Courtesy Clerks on an annual basis. Starting in the last week of September and running until the first week of October, Liquor Mart managers accept resumes in store. 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!
Throughout mid-October Liquor Mart managers conduct interviews with candidates and check references. Individuals applying to a bilingual store will be required to take a French Language Assessment.
All casual Seasonal Courtesy Clerks’ employment will end after December 31 of the same year. Seasonal Courtesy Clerks may be rehired to work in our stores throughout the year.
We are committed to providing meaningful work experiences for youth enrolled in academic programs by offering placements in areas such as finance, marketing, communications, community events, security, information technology, human resources and retail sales all through our summer student program.
Positions available are posted the first week in February.
The summer student program is a 14-week program that runs from May to August.
Students must be 18 years of age or over and come from accredited universities, colleges and vocational training programs.
Newcomer Internship Program: We are committed to providing new Canadians with the tools they require to succeed in the Canadian workforce. Each year, a number of candidates are selected to participate in a one-year work experience program. Opportunities at head office and Liquor Marts are designed to prepare interns for future employment here or with another organization.
Aboriginal Internship Program: In addition to work experience, this program offers insight into the operations of a government agency. Participants have the opportunity to develop their skills and obtain exposure in our industries, thereby gaining tools for successful integration into the labour market.
Persons with Disabilities Internship Program: We offer work opportunities for people with various levels of physical and developmental ability. Each year, a number of one-year work experience internships are offered at head office and Liquor Marts.