First Nations University of Canada is committed to creating an environment and culture where our faculty and staff are engaged and empowered. Whether it be through competitive salaries or pension & benefits packages, we are sure we have what you are looking for, and this is a place you want to be.
First Nations University of Canada values the diversity of the people we hire and serve. We thrive in a diverse environment characterized by respectful regard for other persons, recognition of their dignity, and considered use of influence and power. Diversity at FNUniv means fostering a workplace where individual differences are recognized, appreciated, respected and responded to in ways that fully develop and utilize each person’s talents and strengths. The FNUniv relies on section 48 of The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code to give preference in employment.
We reflect upon our past, serve our present, and strive to improve our future through thoughtful stewardship of our cultures and environment.
See a full list of all positions currently available with FNUniv.
First Nations University of Canada Collective Bargaining Agreements
Collective Agreement – APT
Collective Agreement – CUPE
Collective Agreement – Academic
Collective Agreement – Sessionals
Students, if you have questions about any position, please contact the organization directly. Directions on how to apply and contact information are included in the posting.
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