Careers at Doctors Manitoba

A career at Doctors Manitoba is more than just a job, it’s a calling. Every day we care for those who care for us, working together to help build a healthier future for everyone. Sound appealing? Join us today and help make a difference as part of our incredible team.

Current openings

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Send us your resume and we’ll keep it on file, should a relevant opportunity arise careers@​doctorsmanitoba.​ca

We care for those who care for us

Every day physicians work to look after our health. At Doctors Manitoba we work tirelessly to give physicians the same exceptional support that they give to patients.


We believe in a healthier future for everyone. That’s why we work on our members’ behalf, advocating at all levels to solve the problems of today and build a brighter tomorrow.


Forward-thinking, committed, courageous, and human. Our values reflect the qualities we admire in the physicians we serve.

Why work here?

Our people are crucial to achieving our goals as an organization. That’s why we invest to make sure they have everything they need to succeed.

Competitive compensation

We offer competitive compensation packages to attract and retain top talent.

Comprehensive benefits

We provide a full range of benefits including RRSP, insurance, and extended health.

Health and wellness

From our office to our generous leave packages and on-site fitness facility, we are committed to your health and wellness. 


Want to make a difference? A career at Doctors Manitoba is more than just a job, it’s a calling.

Supportive environment

We offer flexible working hours, a supportive environment and regular social functions — everything you need to thrive in your new role.

Career development

We invest in our people, providing opportunities for professional development and further education that advance your career.

Every day I come to work knowing that in my own small way I’m going to make a difference. I’m proud to serve our members so that they can focus on serving their patients.”
Roger Jamieson, Medical Remuneration Officer