Explore Rewarding Opportunities

With over 4,000 employees at Waterloo, there's a wide array of vocations and opportunities available. Our campus community consists of support staff, architects, mechanics, educators, coaches, graphic designers, technicians, librarians, engineers, musicians, nurses, landscapers, artisans, researchers, and much, much more. 

When you work at Waterloo, you become part of our tradition and history, and you also become part of the new and innovative future for which Waterloo is known. 

Join us and you’ll build a career that supports Canada’s next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders.

More than a place to work

The University of Waterloo is more than a place to work; it is a community.   When you join Waterloo, you join a larger community that provides our students, staff and faculty access to theatres, art galleries, and museums, as well full athletic facilities including a pool, arena, walking trails, a skating rink, and more.

Waterloo provides opportunities for personal and professional development, from seminars to workshops, to an annual staff conference.

Waterloo has many welcoming policies and practices, such as child care facilities available on campus, programs and summer camps for children, and special events, such as our Canada Day Celebrations.

For information about My Careers at Waterloo please contact Human Resources.

For information about confidential staff career advising services please visit the Centre for Career Action.

If you require a document in an alternate format or if you are unable to access our website, please submit a request to hrhelp@uwaterloo.ca.

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Did you know?

Waterloo is one of the top ranked universities in the world.

Waterloo has the world’s largest Faculty of Math.

Waterloo consistently maintains a top ranking as Canada’s most innovative university in the Maclean’s annual university rankings.

Waterloo is home to the world’s largest post-secondary co-operative education program

Waterloo had Canada’s first Faculty of Environment.

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