What we offer
Our work is challenging, stimulating, and rewarding. It impacts people and changes lives. What we do is important—and so are the people we do it for. At WorkSafeBC, you’ll find a passionate team and supportive work environment with excellent prospects for professional and personal growth, extensive benefits, and training and educational programs.
We value the people we work with and offer a healthy, engaging workplace that stimulates and supports them. Learn more about What it's like to work here.
Leadership in health and safety
Our commitment to safe, healthy, and respectful workplaces begins with us, in our own offices and workplaces. We lead by example and provide employees with a range of resources to help them stay safe, healthy, and well. This includes an on-site nurse and ergonomist at our Richmond location, regular safety meetings, wellness programs, and organization-wide policies and procedures that put the safety and health of employees first.
Commitment to diversity, inclusion, and respect
We know that diversity, inclusion, and respect are part of a healthy and safe workplace and community. Our commitment to a respectful workplace shapes our culture. We embrace diversity and value the differences that exist in our province, our customers, and our team.
Our first-rate benefits package can add significantly to your annual salary—and provide excellent security for your family. Your total compensation includes competitive salary, vacation pay, optional leave arrangements, health and dental benefits and a defined benefit pension plan.
Personal and professional development
As a new employee, you’ll receive a comprehensive orientation to our organization and your new role. We'll also help you maximize your potential and develop your career by supporting you with:
- Career planning
We help you develop career and learning plans so you can set, and reach, your professional goals.
- Leadership development
We believe in developing leaders from within. And we offer comprehensive leadership development programs to help you take your career to the next level.
- Tuition reimbursement
To encourage continuous learning, we reimburse you for the tuition costs of approved job-related courses and training.
We are very proud of Helping Hands, our employee-funded giving program. Through optional payroll deductions, the program has raised significant amounts of money for local and national charities. These include BC Children’s Hospital, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, CIBC Run for the Cure, and the BC Foundation for Prostate Disease.
Helping Hands also pays for special projects chosen by the program's executive committee. Past projects have included equipment for the Downtown Eastside Harbour Lights Kitchen, wheelchair lifts for Muscular Dystrophy Canada vans, and a thermocycler to amplify DNA for the VGH-UBC Hospital Foundation.