Working for the City of Moncton

Moncton is a vibrant and culturally rich community, situated along the Petitcodiac River. It is the first officially bilingual city in Canada and is one of the nation’s fastest growing communities, offering reasonable housing prices and an excellent quality of life.



The city is known as the economic, sports, tourism and entertainment hub of Atlantic Canada. It attracts a wide range of athletic and artistic events throughout the year, and boasts numerous recreational facilities, cultural venues, community centres, and beautiful parks and trails. As New Brunswick’s largest retail destination, Moncton also offers a diverse and extensive selection of both independent shops and big box stores. We have everything to meet your needs!


City of Moncton employees strive to maintain the city’s reputation as one of the best places in Canada to live, study, work and play. Moncton is a city that inspires… how will you make your mark?


As a public sector employer, the work of municipal employees directly affects our region, community, and the services residents rely on. City of Moncton employees are guided by the following core organizational values:

  • Sustainability

  • Inclusivity

  • Innovation

  • Accountability

  • Excellence

  • Bilingualism

With over 750 employees, the City of Moncton is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce that reflects the growing diversity and culturally rich community that it serves.

Employment Groups

The City of Moncton is committed to building and maintaining constructive relationships with all of its employees. There are four union groups representing employees, as well as non-unionized employees:

  • Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1290 represents approximately 100 employees, including transit operators and service personnel employed at Codiac Transpo. 

  • Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 51 represents approximately 200 employees, including outside workers, truck drivers, labourers, mechanics, recreation operations staff, and rink attendants. 

  • City Hall Employees Association (CHEA)/ Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) 60200 represents approximately 230 employees, including all unionized office and technical staff, as well as supervisors of the operational divisions.  

  • International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 999 represents approximately 110 unionized firefighters. 

  • Non-Bargaining Employees represents 30 employees who are non-unionized.

Salary and Benefits

The City of Moncton offers competitive salary and wage packages, as well as an attractive benefits package. Job postings will identify the group benefit package, where applicable, which typically includes medical, dental, group life, and disability insurance.


We also offer a pension plan to eligible employees, depending on the years of pensionable service, which are cost-shared between the employee and the municipality.


Vacation entitlements are based on an employee’s length of service, employment status, and collective agreement (union contract), if applicable.


The collective agreements of each union group and the City’s salary and wage chart can be found online:


Health and Well-Being

The City of Moncton prioritizes the health and well-being of its employees. Several programs and offerings are available to all employees, including an Employee Family Assistance Program that offers confidential, short-term counselling, as well as regular workshops and seminars on occupational health, safety, and well-being.