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.
Phone: 306.756.3299
Fax: 306.756.5509

Current Postings

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

  • I.S. Support Technician

    The Support Technician provides front-line technical and administrative support that enables staff, faculty and students to effectively use the information systems available at Briercrest College and Seminary.

    Closes Friday, August 23, 2019
  • Men's Volleyball Assistant Coach

    The Men's Volleyball Assistant Coach will assist and lead in the execution of the overall athletic plan

    Closes Friday, August 23, 2019
  • Athletic Therapist

    The Athletic Therapist plays a vital role in the maintenance and rehabilitation of our athletes

    Closes Friday, August 23, 2019

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 have grown as a person in the fact that I am more independent and am more comfortable with moving on with my life then I previously was. I also have developed relationship with God where it now feels real and not just superficial.
Jacob Clark