Working at Canada Post
So, what’s working at Canada Post all about? In a word: choices. We want you to succeed here—and we’ll make sure you have all the help you need to do just that.
Discover your future
There’s much more to a fun and exciting work life at Canada Post than a good job with a great company. We’ll help you achieve your full potential. You’ll find opportunities to develop and expand your career, chances to try out new jobs in different areas of the company, or even a complete change of career path.
Reap the Benefits
As a regular employee, you'll enjoy a broad health-care plan, extensive dental coverage, including orthodontic services and a wide-ranging vision and hearing care plan. Benefits also include vacation leave that increases with your length of service, short-term disability program and a wide range of other paid and unpaid leave options, including compassionate care and parental leave. As well, you will benefit from life and disability insurance, and can take advantage of various other insurance products at preferential rates.
At Canada Post, we are committed to providing a caring and compassionate work environment - one in which every employee makes a difference and is an invaluable member of the team. We know that only by working together will we succeed in achieving our vision of delivering maximum value to all our customers.
- Transformation - We will innovate and transform to win in the marketplace
- Customer - We serve Canadians with pride and passion
- Integrity - We act responsibly and with integrity
- Respect - We treat each other with fairness and respect
- Safety - We are committed to a safe and healthy environment for all our stakeholders
Our Leadership Behaviours
- Decision Making
- Business Acumen
- Leading People
Strength in Diversity
For designated groups under the Employment Equity Act, women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal people and persons with disabilities - Canada Post is committed to undertaking measures to achieve a representative workforce that reflects the Canadian labour market, while maintaining fair, equitable and accessible employment policies for all.