The Manitoba Teachers’ Society (MTS) is dedicated to “advancing and safeguarding the welfare of teachers, the status of the teaching profession, and the cause of public education in Manitoba.”

MTS represents approximately 16,000 Manitoba Educators in 40 Local associations across the province.


The Manitoba Teachers’ Society (MTS) is a proud union and professional organization dedicated to advancing and safeguarding the welfare of teachers, the status of the teaching profession, and the cause of public education in Manitoba. The Society represents approximately 16,600 public education teachers and principal teachers across 40 Local associations.

The Society invites applications for an Analyst who is a highly skilled professional with a keen interest in and support for union values, the teaching profession and publicly funded education.

The Analyst conducts high-level monitoring, research, and analysis on a range of subjects related to the provincial and national education landscapes, public policy, labour economics, and education finance. The Analyst is also a direct resource to members, committees, and departments as well as representing the Society to outside groups.

The Analyst is part of a two-analyst team and assigned a specific portfolio of tasks based on organizational priorities and emergent issues. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • conducting secondary research and analysis to support positions, decision making, policy development, and strategic planning.
  • identifying and coordinating primary research.
  • identifying trends, risks, and research opportunities related to the Society goals and objects.
  • preparing and presenting a variety of materials (reports, briefing notes, memoranda, infographics, actions plans, etc.).
  • developing and maintaining historical records of MTS positions and policy.
  • responding to requests for information on a range of educational matters.
  • contributing to various organizational projects, initiatives, and events.
  • participating in national research networks.

The successful candidate will have a university degree with expertise in any of the following areas: research and analysis, labour studies, public policy, or economics. Preference will be given to applicants who have any of the following:

  • 3+ years of experience in research and analysis work
  • Graduate degree
  • French language proficiency
  • Knowledge of the Society purpose, activities, bylaws, and policies
  • Knowledge of the public education system in Manitoba/Canada

The successful candidate will also have proficient skills in verbal and written communication, problem-solving, emotional intelligence, organizational and priority management, digital tools

and presentation software, data orientation and statistical analysis. The Analyst will have a demonstrated ability to distill complex and voluminous information into accessible materials, foster positive relationships, use research and analysis to inform strategic thinking, collaborate within a team environment, work independently and take initiative, handle multiple tasks in a demanding environment, work under short timelines, and work flex hours as required.

The starting salary for this position is $112,672 and the terms and conditions of employment, including benefits, are covered by a Collective Agreement. The starting date for this position will be as soon as possible, as mutually agreed upon.

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion and values the identity and well-being of its employees. As such, the Society is committed to building a skilled and diverse staffing complement that is reflective of the Manitoba population. We encourage candidates to indicate voluntarily on their application if they identify as a member of an equity seeking group. Accommodations will be provided upon request to support applicants with disabilities throughout our recruitment process. Should you require an accommodation, please advise us during our initial communication and we will work to meet your needs.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample greater than 1500 words (report, publication, academic paper) along with the names and contact details of three references.

Complete application packages must be received no later than noon (CST), Thursday, April 13, 2023. Note that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


Human Resources Administrator
The Manitoba Teachers’ Society
191 Harcourt Street
Winnipeg, MB R3J 3H2





The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is an equal opportunity employer and consideration is given to the appointment of people in such a manner as to reflect the diversity of Manitoba’s population. We encourage qualified individuals from all groups who have been historically disadvantaged with respect to employment to apply for positions in our organization. Individuals are encouraged to self-identify.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.