How to apply and what to expect
We are 3,000-plus people across B.C. who are passionate about what we do—whether supporting health and safety, compensation, rehabilitation, or assessments, or working behind the scenes in finance, IT, HR, legal, or policy. If you’re committed to customer service excellence, consider a career with us. Review our current job openings and submit your application online. At this time, we aren't able to accept applications from a mobile device.
Submitting your application
Find the job you want
Review our current opportunities. You'll find a complete description of each job, including the necessary qualifications and experience.
If your qualifications and interests match more than one job posting, please submit separate applications for each position, highlighting your most relevant skills and experience for each job.
Make your selection
Once you've found a job you'd like, click the "Select" box beside the job title. Then, scroll down to the bottom right hand side of the page and click "Apply."
Answer a few questions
You'll see a series of questions related to the skills and experience required for the job. Once you've answered the questions, please upload your cover letter and resume. You can use any of the following formats: PDF, DOC, DOCX, TF, TXT, HTML, HTM, or WPS. The maximum file size is 1MB.
Submit your application
After you've uploaded your documents, you can submit your application. We'll email you a confirmation that we received your application.
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 resumes we receive, only short-listed candidates are notified.
Testing and interviews
If you're short-listed for a position, we'll ask you to come to our office so we can meet you and learn more about your skills and experience. This part of the hiring process may involve tests for certain skills, abilities, and knowledge, as well as interviews. The tests you'll take depend on the position you're applying for.
Criminal record checks
Some jobs require a criminal record check. The two types of criminal record checks that we do 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 Public Safety and Solicitor General 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 offenses in Schedule 1 related to working with children and in Schedule 1 and 3 related to working with vulnerable adults.