Careers at MAA

The Municipal Assessment Agency is a human-centered organization. We are committed to creating and fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment that reflects the people that live in Newfoundland and Labrador. We are committed to working together with the communities we serve to forge strong partnerships and build a strong team of dedicated professionals across the province. 

Internal Career Opportunities

Open to persons employed by a GNL entity scheduled to the Public Service Commission Act or individuals holding lay-off status from such an entity, as per Government’s Human Resource policies or any applicable collective agreement.

A list of internal-eligible GNL entities is listed here.

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Public Career Opportunities

Open to internal applicants and persons who are legally entitled to work in Canada. This includes Canadian Citizens, persons holding Canadian Permanent Residency status and persons holding valid work permits issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

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Benefits of Working with Our Team

Competitive Compensation
We have competitive salaries within the industry. In addition to annual salaries, we also have excellent health and dental group insurance packages and are part of the Provident 10 Public Service Pension Plan.

Vacation and Leave Benefits
Our office has flexible scheduling and options for a compressed schedule. Aside from sick leave and entitled vacations, we provide reduced hours in the summertime. All employees are provided time each month for any medical or emergency appointments. We know you need a work-life balance and your health and well-being matter to us.

Continued Education and Training
We are looking to add members to our team who desire to learn and grow. The Municipal Assessment Agency pays for professional membership fees for the Institute of Municipal Assessors membership and other industry-related events and memberships. We provide job-specific training and encourage employees to continue their education through tuition reimbursements and other mentoring programs.

Interested in Applying but Still Have Questions?

If you have any further questions or require accommodation measures to enable you to be assessed/ interviewed fairly and equitably, don’t hesitate to get in touch with [email protected]. We accept general resumes that we keep on file. All union positions are posted on the provincial job board or available under our current job openings section.

Our Work Culture

We are committed to the value of Integrity. As a non-profit crown corporation, we provide an essential service to the public. We have a duty and an obligation to ensure all residents, municipalities, stakeholders, and staff are treated fairly and equitably.

We collaborate with stakeholders internally and externally. We are committed to working together with the communities that we serve.

We are a transparent government organization. We are held accountable by the residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. We consistently provide direct and accessible information on property values to all Canadians.

Municipal Assessment Agency employees fall under The Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees (NAPE), the largest union in the province and is a recognized bargaining agent for over 25,000 public and private sector employees.

If you think you are the right fit for the Municipal Assessment Agency, we encourage you to apply for one of our jobs today.