Career Opportunities at MiHR

Join our team! MiHR is currently hiring for the following positions:

Director, Industry-Education Partnerships

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director, Industry-Education Partnerships, is responsible to plan and provide strategic direction to various programs related to work integrated learning programs, targeted wage subsidies and industry – education partnership development.  As a member of the senior management team, the Director contributes to the strategic objectives of the Council in accordance with the Council’s mission, vision and values. 


  • directs a project team in the establishment, monitoring and successful achievement of program goals and performance objectives;
  • oversees project/program management including: communication, financial oversight, project scheduling, quality control, project reporting, etc.
  • provides performance and development management to the project team
  • develops and supports the implementation of programs that align with the Council’s corporate goals and objectives
  • monitors and remains informed on various industry related programs, research, data, policies and thought leadership around work integrated learning programs 
  • develops partnerships with key industry stakeholder groups to further the interests of work integrated learning programs
  • supports various steering committees or industry consortiums engaged in relevant MiHR programs
  • leads business development activities of the council in collaboration with members of the senior management team and other MiHR staff represents the Council with external stakeholders and governments including representation on various external governing  committees

Education / Experience:

  • University degree in education, social sciences or business
  • 8-10 years of experience working on projects/programs management (PMP considered an asset)
  • experience in building partnerships and strategic relationships
  • experience working with post-secondary educational institutions
  • ability to lead, motivate and engage a team of professionals
  • experience working on issues relating to workforce development, and industry-education partnerships
  • ability to manage large budgets, multiple stakeholders, consultants and staff
  • exceptional written, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
  • experience in supporting a consortium of industry stakeholders
  • ability to work individually and within a team environment


  • Salary: $75 to $100K  per annum
  • Excellent Group Benefits &  GRSP program 

Email with your cover letter and resume.