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Human Resources

The Human Resources Department provides leadership to the community by maintaining a workplace environment where staff and faculty are respected, valued, trained and developed personally, spiritually and professionally. Our goal is that Briercrest College and Seminary becomes a great place to work where capable people fit into positions that bring personal and professional fulfillment. Human Resources ensures that all policies meet the highest ethical, safety and legal standards. This is a great place to work, a great place to live and a great place to fulfill your calling.
Contact
Phone: 306.756.3299
Fax: 306.910.8136
humanresources@briercrest.ca

Current Postings

Current employment opportunities with Briercrest. If you require further information please contact our HR Department.


  • Marriage & Family Therapy Faculty Position

    The successful candidate will be responsible for serving as the primary instructor and coordinator for the MA in Marriage and Family Therapy and Master of Counselling programs.

    Applications received until position has been filled.
  • Paul E Magnus Chair of Leadership & Mgmt Studies

    The successful candidate will be committed to the development of great and godly leaders through the provision of faith-based graduate-level education

    Applications received until position has been filled.
  • Director of Counselling & Health Services

    The Director of Counselling & Health Services is the chief steward of Counselling and Health Services for the students of Briercrest Christian Academy, College and Seminary

    Applications received until position has been filled.

Career Centre

Our online Career Centre operates a free listing service for employers and free resume posting for students and alumni. Below are some of the latest listings.



visit the Career Centre

Please Note

Because of the importance of our mission to our schools and to all employees within them, prior to commencing employment with Briercrest, successful applicants will be required to sign the Briercrest College and Seminary Institutional Covenant as a condition of employment.
I came to Briercrest as a mature student who was very new to the faith. While I am grateful for the formal learning experiences, the relationships I formed here are what really breathed life into what I was studying.
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