Join Our Team

Contribute to the Pride Festival, support the community, and have fun!

The Pride Winnipeg Festival is not possible without YOU! Without the dedication of The Board, the Pride Winnipeg Festival would not be realized on the scale that it has grown to. The Pride Winnipeg Board exists to serve the members of the community by dedicating their time to plan, account, run and create the Pride Winnipeg Festival. The Board is comprised of Officers and Directors, whom lead a team of Coordinators and Managers.

By serving on the Pride Winnipeg Board you will be assisting in creating one of the best Pride festivals in Canada! You will gain invaluable experience, expand your personal portfolio, volunteer for a great cause, make friends and have fun along the way!

Pride Winnipeg is committed to being a diverse, inclusive, safe and accessible Organization. To assist with this commitment, we encourage individuals from traditionally socially excluded groups such as indigenous, two-spirit, female-identified, trans-identified, queer and trans people of colour, 55+, and persons with accessibility challenges to apply for the positions below.

Please submit all applications including resume and reasons you are interested in applying for the below volunteer position(s) to

NOTE: Relevant volunteer, education, training and previous board experience will assist the strength of your resume, but is not required.

Board Opportunities

We’re looking for our next leader! If interested please submit your expression of interest along with your resume to

Vice-President, Operational Supports

  • In tandem with the Human Resource Director, ensure the Organization is following all applicable federal, provincial and local employment laws and guidelines.
  • Monitor risk management policies and procedures to ensure that program and organizational risks are minimized.
  • Responsible for filing the organization’s annual return and any other necessary or required corporate filings (not including the filings for the CRA).
  • Responsible for taking the lead on planning the AGM and any other special general meetings.
  • This position reports to the President.

Parade & Rally Director

  • Responsible for the planning and execution of the annual Rally at the Legislative Assembly, and Pride Parade.
  • Ensures that all participants in the Rally & Parade are safe and secure.
  • Collects parade entry registrations and manages all applicable fees and payments.
  • Arranges required permits and reservations for the Parade & Rally.
  • This position reports to the Vice-President, Programming.

Vice-President, Programming

  • Represents the Organization externally, where necessary, with contract negotiation and decision making.
  • Supervises the Programming division of the Organization, providing on-going feedback and training.
  • Actively participates in committees and special projects as assigned by the President, or Board of Directors.
  • This position reports to the President.

Finance Director

  • Advises the Vice-President, Finance on financial budgeting, cash flow, and financial policy matters.
  • Oversees the bookkeeping function, including maintenance of the general ledger, accounts payable and accounts receivable.
  • Develops and maintains financial accounting systems for cash management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit control and petty cash.
  • This position reports to the Vice-President, Finance.

Coordinator Opportunities

Recruiting Coordinator

  • Responsible for the screening and selection of potential volunteer and Board candidates.
  • Supports the Volunteer and Human Resources teams.
  • Develops recruiting strategies based on best practices.
  • Assists in training initiatives for new volunteers.
  • This position report to the Human Resources Director.

Social Media Coordinator

  • Maintains the organization’s online presence through various social media platforms.
  • Designs posts to actively encourage visitor curiosity and engagement.
  • Plans and develops a posting schedule.
  • This position report to the Stakeholder Relations Director.

Website Coordinator

  • Publishes content in collaboration with the Marketing team, to support the brand identity of Pride Winnipeg.
  • Optimizes navigation, increases online presence, and maximizes website traffic through SEO/analytics.
  • Cleans, updates, and formats site content, graphics, photos, and other layout elements as needed.
  • Manages hosting account, and domain registrar account.
  • This position report to the Marketing Director.

Additional Opportunities

For additional information on any of these roles, or how to get involved with Pride Winnipeg, please e-mail

Administrative Assistant

Asset Management Coordinator

Safety Coordinator