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Jobs Available

  • Product Manager (1 permanent position and 1 term position of 12 months)
    Posted: 04/05/16

    Reporting to the Senior Manager, Product Development, the Product Manager is responsible for the research, development, execution, delivery, and promotion of profitable Royal Canadian Mint products.

  • Process Engineer (16 month term)
    Posted: 04/01/16

    Reporting to the Senior Manager, Engineering, the employee will be responsible for providing technical support to the Ottawa manufacturing facility.

  • Senior Manager, IT Project Portfolio and Planning
    Posted: 03/21/16

    Reporting to the Director, IT Business Services, the Senior Manager, IT Project Portfolio and Planning is responsible for overseeing the IT project portfolio, providing process leadership, business insights, problem resolution, and assisting with the allocation and prioritization of resources to achieve organizational goals.

  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)
    Posted: 03/16/16

    Reporting to the CFO and Vice-President, Finance & Administration, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) is directly responsible for developing the information technology and information security services and strategies for the Mint.

  • Supervisor, Production (night shift)
    Posted: 02/09/16

    Reporting to the Manager, Ottawa Production Operations, the Supervisor, Production (night shift) is responsible for the day to day operations of all areas of the plant while maintaining a safe and productive work environment.

  • INVENTORY: Casual Protective Services Officer

    Under supervision and within the policies and procedures of the Royal Canadian Mint, in a teamwork type of operation, protect life, property and assets of the Royal Canadian Mint; conduct preventive patrols; provide threat and risk analysis; control and monitor access of pedestrian and vehicular traffic flows within the Mint premises; enforce security policy and regulations; respond to emergency situations, including fire and medical emergencies in accordance to established and recognised emerg