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All available positions are listed under Career Opportunities.
We do accept general résumés for positions at WorkSafeBC, and these are kept on file for three months, after which you are always welcome to reapply.
No. WorkSafeBC no longer accepts résumés, cover letters, and written submissions sent in via fax or mail. Please submit your application via the online job application system only.
Each recruitment process may be different but, as a general rule, we do employ testing in different capacities as part of our recruitment process.
Candidates are short-listed two weeks or less after the close of the competition, and are contacted shortly after. Due to the large volume of résumés we receive, only short-listed candidates are notified.
Unfortunately, volunteer opportunities are not offered for work currently done by staff.
Yes. Summer positions are listed on our website.
In accordance with our Collective Agreement, permanent employees of WorkSafeBC get first consideration for union positions. If there are no qualified internal individuals, we will consider candidates external to WorkSafeBC.
If you have specific questions about your application, please contact the Human Resources office at 604 276-3009 or toll free 1 888 757-5552.
Not all jobs require a criminal record check. The two types of criminal record checks that we do conduct are specific to roles in which the employee will (a) have access to sensitive information or financial authority; or (b) work with vulnerable adults or children.
Prospective employees applying for jobs involving working with vulnerable adults and/or children are required by the Ministry of Justice to undergo a criminal record check as a requirement under the Criminal Records Review Act. The Act does not concern itself with all offences but only those which are specified in it: see the list of relevant offences in Schedule 1 related to working with children and in Schedule 1 and Schedule 3 related to working with vulnerable adults.