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Leadership Opportunities

Current Openings

Academic Chair, Agriculture & Environment

The Chair, Agriculture and Environment is a key leadership position within the School of Agriculture and Environment. The Chair provides overall direction and development for current and future Academic Programs in the School of Agriculture and Environment while providing leadership and support to all faculty and students. Reporting to the Dean, School of Agriculture and Environment the successful candidate will play a key role on the School’s management team. Learn more

Academic Chair, Business Programs

The Chair, Business Programs, is a key leadership position within the School of Business. The position provides an exciting opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the ever-demanding field of business. The business programs are offered in several communities throughout Manitoba and are significant contributors to strengthening communities through education. The Chair will ensure Assiniboine is providing an integrated learning experience that is valued by students, enhancing their success and preparing them for their future. Learn more

Academic Chair, Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts & Field to Fork Initiatives

Reporting to the Dean, School of Agriculture and Environment, the Academic Chair is a key leadership position within the School of Agriculture and Environment. The Chair provides overall academic and operational leadership for the Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts, including programming in Culinary Arts, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Food Processing, Horticultural Production, and Sustainable Food programs. Learn more


Why Assiniboine?

Instructor Kyle Zalluski talks to Culinary Arts and Hotel and Restaurant Management students about upcoming dinner service they're preparing for inside the Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts

The college has three campuses in Brandon as well as campuses in both Dauphin and Winnipeg. We also partner with communities and organizations to deliver training and programs throughout the province. Our campuses are located on the traditional lands of Anishinaabeg (Ojibway), Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples and home of the Métis nation.

This past year, we welcomed over 3,600 full-time students to more than 50 certificate, graduate certificate, diploma, and apprenticeship programs. Assiniboine is a major employer in the Westman region with over 500 full- and part-time staff members and an annual provincial economic impact of $613 million.

One of the most exciting things on the horizon for Assiniboine is the continued development of our North Hill Campus in Brandon. Once the former site of the Brandon Mental Health Centre, campus development started a decade ago and is now home to the Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts, Len Evans Centre for Trades and Technology and Sustainable Greenhouse.

In January 2016, the Manitoba Government announced their support to the next major piece of development: The Centre for Health, Energy & Environment. This project includes the adaptive reuse of the existing, but currently vacant, Parkland building. 

Hundreds of ACC graduates sit inside the Keystone Centre during the annual Brandon graduation ceremony.


Why Brandon?

Photo of Brandon, looking out over flower bed onto the intersection of 9th Street and Rosser Avenue.Some would say, Brandon, Manitoba is an ideal sized city; large enough to afford many of the amenities you would find in bigger centres, but with the pace (and transit time) of smaller community. Nestled along the Assiniboine River, Brandon is a friendly, growing city that continues to see the benefits of multiculturalism as individuals and families from across Canada and around the globe have decided to make it their home.

It’s one of few small cities across Canada that is home to both a university and college and is increasingly becoming a post-secondary destination for both domestic and international students.

Art lovers will have an opportunity to frequent the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba and The Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art. For many years, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra has organized performances at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium. Professional and amateur musical, dance and theatre performances take place year-round.

A winter photo of the city of Brandon's skyline, overlooking the city with snow on the ground and treesSports fans will find themselves in good company cheering on many home teams including the Brandon Wheat Kings, Brandon Marlins, and Cloverleafs. Our own Assiniboine Cougars varsity teams include soccer, volleyball, futsal and women’s hockey. With over 44 km of paved walking/biking paths and hiking trails connecting the community, outdoor enthusiasts will get their fill of sunshine year round—even in the colder winter months.

The Brandon Airport offers daily direct flights to Calgary. Winnipeg is located 200 km east and provides the amenities and attractions typically found in a city its size.

Brandon is a fantastic community to raise a family in. There are many activities and attractions year-round including the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair, Summer Fair, Music in the Parks series, and Winter Festival.

Manitoba as a whole remains one of the most affordable places in Canada to live.

Colourful regalia is on display at a powwow.