Employment Opportunities

Red River Valley School Division welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages
applications from all qualified candidates, including women, aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities,  and racial minorities. 

Red River Valley school division is committed to complying with the accessibility standard for employment under the Accessibility for Manitobans Act.  

Our policies, practices and measures reflect principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity for people with disability, we aim to remove barriers in our workplace.

Job Opportunities    

Respect in School Program: Alberta School Councils' Association

The Province of Manitoba has implemented a 
Respect in School training program that must be
completed by ALL 
school division employees.  Here is the link to complete your Respect in School training:


Grade 7 & 8 Teacher
Lowe Farm School

Competition open until filled

Substitute Teachers


Itinerant School Clinician (Social Worker or Occupational Therapist)

Competition open until filled

School Psychologist

Competition open until filled


Educational Assistant, Morris School

Competition open until filled

Educational Assistant
, J.A. Cuddy School
Competition open until filled

Educational Assistant, Special Needs, École St.Malo School

Competition open until filled


Evening Custodial Aide, J.A. Cuddy School

Competition open until filled



Educational Assistants in Manitoba School

Substitute Teacher

Casual Employment (EA, Lib, Cust. Aide)

Bus Driver 


Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Checks
Click here for RRVSD Employment Security Checks Policy

Employment with Red River Valley School Division is contingent upon producing satisfactory results of a Criminal Record Check and a Child Abuse Registry Check. You will be required to produce the original documents for inspection; certified copies will be made and kept in your employee file.
These checks must have been completed within the past 6 months.

How to Obtain a Child Abuse Registry Check

Child Abuse Registry Checks are performed by the Province of Manitoba, Child Abuse Registry Unit. Instructions for obtaining a Child Abuse Registry Self-Check are available online by visiting the provincial website.

How to Obtain a Criminal Record Check 


Visit your local police or RCMP detachment.


The Winnipeg Police Service is adopting a new Police Records Check process. The changes will mean that for many people, they don’t have to attend Headquarters to initiate the process.
The results will be sent electronically to the applicant and the Red River Valley School Division.

This means that many applicants will never have to attend a police station unless the application requires something further, like fingerprints.

There are some restrictions. Anyone who is under 18, has not been residing in the country for a year, has no credit, or lives outside Winnipeg will not be able to apply online.

For Walk-In Police Record Checks, the process is now centralized. All in-person applications must now be submitted to HQ at 245 Smith. The hours to do so are Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

For more information on what the changes mean to the public, go to the Winnipeg Police Service website, or contact the Public Information Office at 204-986-3061.
Existing Substitute Teachers

The Red River Valley School Division Substitute Teaching list is valid for one school year.  Reapplication is required annually.  In July, active substitutes will receive a new contract and renewal from the Red River Valley School Division for signature.  Should you wish to remain on our substitute teacher list for that school year, simply complete the contract and questionnaire and return it by mail.  If you do not return the contract, your name will be removed from our active substitute list.


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