Current Opportunities

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Join our Team

Interested in using your skills to support protection for real estate consumers? We offer challenging careers that help you reach your potential. Our staff members have a wide range of experience and expertise, with backgrounds in law, accounting, real estate, communications, adult education, information technology and customer service. We provide employees with opportunities to grow their skills and broaden their expertise and knowledge.

RECBC is committed to employment equity. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates. All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada.We would like to thank all applicants for their interest in career opportunities at RECBC. Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

Career Opportunities

  • Licensing Clerk

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    We are currently seeking to hire a Licensing Clerk to join our team for a 1-year contract.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    Reporting to the Manager of Licensing, the Licensing Clerk is responsible for processing both routine and non-routine applications for licensing and providing day-to-day support to the Licensing Department.

    • Working under moderate supervision, process routine and non-routine applications for new applications, renewals, category/level changes, transfers, reinstatements and re-licenses, name changes, team member changes.
    • Process more complex yet well-defined applications and enquiries including personal real estate corporations, licensing education and education requalification enquiries, licensing histories, and dealing with suspensions and terminations.
    • Understanding of regulatory licensing requirements is needed to engage in telephone and email communication with applicants, advises and recommends appropriate options and procedures with respect to application deficiencies or system support needs
    • Provide clerical and administrative support as required both within the Licensing Department and elsewhere in the organization.
    • Some training of new incumbents
    • Perform additional duties and projects of similar scope and complexity as assigned.

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • 3+ years of experience ideally in a real estate or related environment
    • Proficient using MS Office, familiarity with Windows environment
    • Excellent editing and proof-reading skills.
    • Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.
    • Demonstrated high level of initiative, time management and organizational ability.
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
    • Ability to work both independently and as a team member.
    • Ability to analyze situations and find solutions.
    • Ability to maintain a calm demeanor during busy or stressful times.
    • Ability and desire to transfer knowledge to entry level staff.

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    We are continually investing in our greatest resource – our people. You will be supported in maintaining a healthy work-life balance and encouraged to pursue personal interests and priorities. Some of the perks you will enjoy include flexible working hours, generous vacation and paid leave, pension, employee family assistance programs and professional development opportunities.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia as part of a collaborative and motivated team. Embrace a rewarding career in an environment that values innovation, transparency, and accountability.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    Apply now
  • Chief Hearing Officer

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    The new BCFSA’s Legal Department will include a Hearing Division to adjudicate matters including discipline, licensing and compensation. An exciting opportunity exists to lead this new Hearing Division in the role of Chief Hearing Officer.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    Reporting directly to the Vice President, Legal, the Chief Hearing Officer is accountable for managing the Hearings Team and its adjudication of quasi-judicial disciplinary and other matters, including hearings, administrative penalties, reconsiderations, compensation fund determinations, qualifications hearings and other orders, pursuant to delegated authority under the Real Estate Services Act, the Real Estate Development Act, the Credit Union Incorporation Act, the Financial Institutions Act, the Insurance Act, the Insurance (Captive Company) Act, the Mortgage Brokers Act, the Pension Benefits Standards Act, and other legislation that may come within the mandate of the BCFSA. Specific accountabilities include the following:

    • Establishes a framework of protocols and procedures for the conduct of hearings and making of orders, within the mandate of the BCFSA, that are consistent with Administrative Tribunal practices
    • Monitors and provides direction to a team of Hearing Officers to ensure hearings are conducted fairly, impartially and respectfully and that interpretation of legislation, jurisprudence, administrative law, and precedent is appropriate
    • Oversees and provides guidance to a team of Hearing Officers, assigning cases and responsibilities, and to a Hearing Coordinator in respect of the foregoing
    • Generally reviews cases and written decisions to ensure judgments, orders, reconsiderations and decisions are sound and any disciplinary measures imposed align with the magnitude of the misconduct
    • Serves as the Hearing Officer in a full range of cases, including complex or sensitive matters, writing decisions and issuing orders consistent with delegated statutory powers
    • Directs the development of relevant operational/corporate policies and procedures, performance standards and service levels with the goal of continuous improvement
    • Manages and controls a budget and makes fiscally responsible decisions
    • Leads and/or participates in operational planning and reporting for one or more program areas to support reliable program accountability, organizational core values and mandate
    • Provides supervision, coaching and mentorship to allow team members to achieve their full potential
    • Builds and fosters strategic and collaborative relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders
    • Oversees and directs the hearing coordinator with respect to documentary, venue, security and other matters and correspondence in relation to hearing-related matters
    • Supports the VP Legal, occasionally assuming acting responsibilities as required

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • A member of the Law Society of BC in good standing, or eligible for immediate membership
    • At least 15 years of legal practice, principally in litigation, arbitration and/or other hearing contexts such as criminal law
    • Strong familiarity with hearing procedures and rules of evidence, natural justice and administrative law

    Related experience includes:

    • Acting as an arbitrator, adjudicator or hearing officer with a proven track record of hearing and deciding a variety of disputes in both written and oral venues
    • Appearing before courts and/or tribunals as litigation and/or arbitration counsel
    • Applying concepts of administrative law
    • Interpreting and applying legislation and regulations
    • Managing employees and influencing stakeholders
    • Comprehensive knowledge of the relevant Provincial acts and regulations
    • Knowledge of provincial real estate sector and other sectors regulated by the BCFSA
    • Ability to exercise judgment, initiative, and discretion
    • Ability to analyze business plans and financial statements
    • Superior oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to develop relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and influence industry compliance with regulatory expectations

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    We are continually investing in our greatest resource – our people. You will be supported in maintaining a healthy work-life balance and encouraged to pursue personal interests and priorities. Some of the perks you will enjoy include flexible working hours, generous vacation and paid leave, pension, employee family assistance programs and professional development opportunities.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia as part of a collaborative and motivated team. Embrace a rewarding career in an environment that values innovation, transparency, and accountability.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    The is an exclusive engagement with Hunter West Legal Recruitment. For more information or to apply, please contact Stephanie Hacksel at mailto:[email protected]&quot“>mailto:[email protected]" style=”color:#0563c1; text-decoration:underline” target=”_blank”>[email protected]

    Apply now
  • Senior Cloud & Systems Administrator

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA), to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of B.C. (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with BCFSA.

    By including real estate services within the responsibility of BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    We currently have an opportunity for a Senior Cloud & Systems Administrator to join our new integrated organization with the BCFSA in Vancouver.

    The Senior Cloud & Systems Administrator is primarily responsible for administering Microsoft Azure solutions as well as onsite Microsoft server infrastructure. The Cloud & Systems Administrator will also assist the technology team with ongoing IT projects that may arise and will be expected to provide tier 3 support to BCFSA stakeholders.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    • Install, enhance, maintain, monitor, and manage cloud and on-premises technical infrastructure, network, and application environments.
    • Enhance, maintain, monitor, and test disaster recovery solutions and recovery plans.
    • Ensure that the technical infrastructure is secure, available, stable, efficient, and scalable in accordance with established service levels.
    • Contributes to the monitoring and maintenance of digital security solutions.
    • Provide tier 3 technical problem support resolution. Triaging issues, resolve directly, or coordinate a resolution with other members of the technology team or broader external support providers.
    • Explain systems relationships to technical staff, leads projects, and meets with vendors to outline specifications and technical requirements.
    • Work with third parties to resolve Tier-3 Cloud, LAN and Wide Area Network (WAN) incidents.
    • Contributes to the definition, implementation and enforcement of technical architecture policy, procedures and standards.
    • Contributes to the team’s development of internal work practices (e.g., policies, procedures and tools).
    • Provides orientation and training to internal and/or external stakeholders within area of responsibility.
    • Contributes to, participates in, and supports organizational business transformation initiatives.

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • Several years of experience with system administration tasks (e.g., domain, database, web server and server administration) or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
      Preference may be given to applicants with current Microsoft cloud administration certifications.
    • Experience with Microsoft Azure Administration
    • Experience with Hyper-V, VMWare, Exchange Server, Office 365 and disaster recovery systems.
    • Experience coordinating resolution of technical and business problems while managing multiple tasks and priorities.
    • Knowledge of data switches, routers, firewalls, VPN’s and network security.
    • Knowledge of computer applications and life cycles including security and risk management aspects and issues.
    • Ability to design and implement cloud and on-premise Microsoft technologies.
    • Ability to exercise judgement, initiative, and discretion.
    • Ability to clearly, and concisely, communicate complex systems information.
    • Ability to work independently and autonomously.
    • Demonstrated ability to automate, streamline and improve the efficiency of systems administration, reporting and monitoring tasks.
    • Demonstrated flexibility and ability to embrace change.

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    At BCFSA, we want to ensure that we are continually investing in our greatest resource — our people.

    In addition to living out your values by working towards fulfilling the mandates of BCFSA, we hope to make your employment experience with us the best it can be with employee perks and benefits that contribute to a balanced and enjoyable lifestyle for you and your family.

    Here is what you can expect from us:

    • Flexible working hours
    • 4 weeks’ vacation and other leave provisions
    • Dental and Extended health insurance and benefits
    • Wellness account
    • Maternity and parental leave benefits
    • Defined benefit pension plan
    • Ergonomic workstations
    • Employee and family assistance programs
    • Employee professional development and training programs
    • A Relocation Allowance may be considered for candidates outside British Columbia.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia leading a collaborative and motivated team. If you want a rewarding career in an environment that values integrity, courage, innovation, growth, collaboration, consider BCFSA.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity and inclusion in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    Apply now
  • Legal Counsel (Regulatory)

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    The newly amalgamated BCFSA is adding six Legal Counsel positions which will report directly to the VP Legal and will work alongside lawyers in the Market Conduct Division and the Hearings Division. Together, the Legal Counsel will provide expert advice and support for the administrative, organizational, contractual, regulatory and disciplinary processes involved in regulating the financial services sectors.

    Two of the six new Legal Counsel will develop specialized expertise regarding the regulatory requirements of the sectors under BCFSA’s supervision. The specific accountabilities of the Legal Counsel, Regulatory will include the following:

    ACCOUNTABILITIES:

    • Provides specialist legal advice, opinion, drafting and representation respecting BCFSA’s regulated sectors, industries, and regulatory responsibilities, including in respect of financial institutions/credit unions, insurance, pensions and trust companies.
    • Interprets statutory and regulatory requirements, researches trends and legal developments in other jurisdictions and advises staff and executives respecting the same.
    • Prepares draft reasons, directions, orders in respect of these sectors, as required.
    • Researches and provides legal opinions on issues, cases, and ethical conflicts that may have implications for the Crown, stakeholders, consumers and/or the public.
    • Researches and assesses legal trends and emerging issues and provides expert, timely, and practical legal advice, support, and counsel on impacts.
    • Provides support and advice on a variety of legal issues including privacy law and access to information, regulatory compliance, employment matters and effective governance of the organization
    • Provides support, advice and guidance to staff and consultants and may provide independent counsel to employees.
    • Provides support to Hearing Officers by research, opinion and preparation of files for review.
    • Contributes to the team’s development of internal work practices (e.g., policies, procedures and tools).
    • Provides orientation and training to internal and/or external stakeholders within area of responsibility.
    • Contributes to, participates in, and supports organizational business transformation initiatives.
    • Provides legal advice and counsel to Hearing Officers and executives and to the Board of the BCFSA
    • Reviews claims against the Real Estate Compensation Fund and prepares related files and opinions for hearing officer adjudication
    • Participates in the development of policy and procedural solutions within the BCFSA
    • Participates in setting and meeting of Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) relating to responsibilities and accountabilities
    • Acts as a liaison to stakeholders, regulators, government, registrants, and regulated industry to further the goals and mandate of the BCFSA
    • Provides legal advice to the Corporate Secretary and with respect to governance matters
    • Conducts considerable legal analysis and evaluation of complex issues

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • A member of the Law Society of BC in good standing, or immediately eligible for membership.
    • At least 5 years of experience either in the regulation of financial institutions/ credit unions, pensions, insurance and trust companies; or at least 5 years of experience in corporate commercial law with some exposure to these industries.
    • Thorough knowledge of regulatory and administrative laws and regulations.
    • Knowledge of FOIPP Act.
    • Demonstrated mediation and negotiation skills.
    • Strong analytical and legal research skills.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Excellent judgement.
    • Ability to work autonomously and as a team member

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    We are continually investing in our greatest resource – our people. You will be supported in maintaining a healthy work-life balance and encouraged to pursue personal interests and priorities. Some of the perks you will enjoy include flexible working hours, generous vacation and paid leave, pension, employee family assistance programs and professional development opportunities.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia as part of a collaborative and motivated team. Embrace a rewarding career in an environment that values innovation, transparency and accountability.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    The is an exclusive engagement with Hunter West Legal Recruitment. For more information or to apply, please contact Stephanie Hacksel at mailto:[email protected]&quot“>mailto:[email protected]" style=”color:#0563c1; text-decoration:underline” target=”_blank”>[email protected] or Mike Aujla at [email protected]

    Apply now
  • Hearing Officer

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    The new BCFSA’s Legal Department will include a Hearing Division to adjudicate matters including discipline, licensing and compensation. An exciting opportunity existing to join this new Hearing Division at as Hearing Officer.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    Reporting directly to the Chief Hearing Officer, the Hearing Officer is accountable for adjudication of quasi-judicial disciplinary and other matters, including hearings, administrative penalties, reconsiderations, compensation fund determinations, qualification hearings and other orders, pursuant to delegated authority under the Real Estate Services Act, the Credit Union Incorporation Act, the Financial Institutions Act, the Insurance Act, the Insurance (Captive Company) Act, the Mortgage Brokers Act, the Pension Benefits Standards Act, and other legislation that may come within the mandate of the BCFSA. Specific accountabilities include:

    • Acts within a framework of protocols and procedures for the conduct of hearings that are consistent with Administrative Tribunal practices.
    • Conducts hearings, reconsiderations, administrative penalties related processes, in a fair, impartial and respectful manner, and interprets legislation, jurisprudence, administrative law, and precedent appropriately.
    • Writes decisions and issues orders within delegated statutory decision-making powers.
    • Provides case by case directly to the hearing coordinator with respect to individual hearing-related matters and any appeals thereof.

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • A member of the Law Society of BC in good standing, or eligible for immediate membership.
    • At least 10 years of legal practice, principally in litigation, arbitration and/or other hearing contexts such as criminal law
    • Strong familiarity with hearing procedures and rules of evidence, natural justice and administrative law
    • Comprehensive knowledge of the relevant Provincial acts and regulations.
    • Knowledge of provincial real estate sector and other sectors regulated by the BCFSA.
    • Ability to exercise judgement, initiative, and discretion.
    • Superior oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to develop relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and influence industry compliance with regulatory expectations.

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    We are continually investing in our greatest resource – our people. You will be supported in maintaining a healthy work-life balance and encouraged to pursue personal interests and priorities. Some of the perks you will enjoy include flexible working hours, generous vacation and paid leave, pension, employee family assistance programs and professional development opportunities.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia as part of a collaborative and motivated team. Embrace a rewarding career in an environment that values innovation, transparency, and accountability.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    The is an exclusive engagement with Hunter West Legal Recruitment. For more information or to apply, please contact Stephanie Hacksel at mailto:[email protected]&quot“>mailto:[email protected]" style=”color:#0563c1; text-decoration:underline” target=”_blank”>[email protected]

    Apply now
  • Legal Counsel (Litigation)

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    The newly amalgamated BCFSA is adding six Legal Counsel positions which will report directly to the VP Legal and will work alongside lawyers in the Market Conduct Division and the Hearings Division. Together, the Legal Counsel will provide expert advice and support for the administrative, organizational, contractual, regulatory and disciplinary processes involved in regulating the financial services sectors.

    Two of the six new Legal Counsel will focus on litigation and will work closely with the Hearing Division in the disposition of matters involving discipline, licensing and Compensation Fund claims. The specific accountabilities of the Legal Counsel, Litigation will include the following:

    ACCOUNTABILITIES:

    • Provides advice to senior leaders on potential areas of litigation and makes recommendations to avoid or minimize risks.
    • Manages litigation and represents the corporation during legal proceedings, court appearances, lawsuits and other legal matters.
    • Reviews requests for administrative penalty reconsideration, conducts research and prepare opinions and recommendations in relation to their adjudication.
    • Undertakes and participates in appeals to the Financial Services Tribunal and applications for judicial review or other civil claims at Supreme Court, Provincial Court or the Court of Appeal, including research and analysis.
    • Interviews and prepares witnesses, organizes evidence, books of documents and case authorities.
    • Researches and provides legal opinions on issues, cases, and ethical conflicts that may have implications for the Crown, stakeholders, consumers and/or the public.
    • Researches and assesses legal trends and emerging issues and provides expert, timely, and practical legal advice, support, and counsel on impacts.
    • Provides support and advice on a variety of legal issues including privacy law and access to information, regulatory compliance, employment matters and effective governance of the organization
    • Provides support, advice and guidance to staff and consultants and may provide independent counsel to employees.
    • Provides support to Hearing Officers by research, opinion and preparation of files for review.
    • Contributes to the team’s development of internal work practices (e.g., policies, procedures and tools).
    • Provides orientation and training to internal and/or external stakeholders within area of responsibility.
    • Contributes to, participates in, and supports organizational business transformation initiatives.
    • Provides legal advice and counsel to Hearing Officers and executives and to the Board of the BCFSA
    • Reviews claims against the Real Estate Compensation Fund and prepares related files and opinions for hearing officer adjudication
    • Participates in the development of policy and procedural solutions within the BCFSA
    • Participates in setting and meeting of Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) relating to responsibilities and accountabilities
    • Acts as a liaison to stakeholders, regulators, government, registrants, and regulated industry to further the goals and mandate of the BCFSA
    • Provides legal advice to the Corporate Secretary and with respect to governance matters
    • Conducts considerable legal analysis and evaluation of complex issues

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • Law Degree, a member of the Law Society of BC in good standing, or immediately eligible for membership.
    • At least 2 years of experience with litigation, dispute resolution and administrative law processes
    • Thorough knowledge of regulatory and administrative laws and regulations.
    • Knowledge of FOIPP Act.
    • Demonstrated mediation and negotiation skills.
    • Strong analytical and legal research skills.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Excellent judgement.
    • Ability to work autonomously and as a team member

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    We are continually investing in our greatest resource – our people. You will be supported in maintaining a healthy work-life balance and encouraged to pursue personal interests and priorities. Some of the perks you will enjoy include flexible working hours, generous vacation and paid leave, pension, employee family assistance programs and professional development opportunities.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia as part of a collaborative and motivated team. Embrace a rewarding career in an environment that values innovation, transparency and accountability.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    The is an exclusive engagement with Hunter West Legal Recruitment. For more information or to apply, please contact Stephanie Hacksel at mailto:[email protected]&quot“>mailto:[email protected]" style=”color:#0563c1; text-decoration:underline” target=”_blank”>[email protected]

    Apply now
  • Legal Counsel (Corporate Commercial)

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    The newly amalgamated BCFSA is adding six Legal Counsel positions which will report directly to the VP Legal and will work alongside lawyers in the Market Conduct Division and the Hearings Division. Together, the Legal Counsel will provide expert advice and support for the administrative, organizational, contractual, regulatory and disciplinary processes involved in regulating the financial services sectors.

    Two of the six new Legal Counsel will focus on the corporate commercial needs of BCFSA. The specific accountabilities of the Legal Counsel, Corporate Commercial will include the following:

    ACCOUNTABILITIES:

    • Reviews, negotiates and drafts agreements including procurement of goods and services, information sharing, confidentiality, memoranda of understanding and protocols
    • Provides support and advice on all aspects of procurement
    • Provides the full range of corporate/commercial advice, opinion and written drafting and representation
    • Advises on and drafts policies and procedures of general organizational application
    • Researches and provides legal opinions on issues, cases, and ethical conflicts that may have implications for the Crown, stakeholders, consumers and/or the public
    • Researches and assesses legal trends and emerging issues and provides expert, timely, and practical legal advice, support, and counsel on impacts
    • Provides support and advice on a variety of legal issues including privacy law and access to information, regulatory compliance, employment matters and effective governance of the organization
    • Provides support, advice and guidance to staff and consultants and may provide independent counsel to employees
    • Provides support to Hearing Officers by research, opinion and preparation of files for review
    • Contributes to the team’s development of internal work practices (e.g., policies, procedures and tools)
    • Provides orientation and training to internal and/or external stakeholders within area of responsibility
    • Contributes to, participates in, and supports organizational business transformation initiative.
    • Provides legal advice and counsel to Hearing Officers and executives and to the Board of the BCFSA
    • Reviews claims against the Real Estate Compensation Fund and prepares related files and opinions for hearing officer adjudication
    • Participates in the development of policy and procedural solutions within the BCFSA
    • Participates in setting and meeting of Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) relating to responsibilities and accountabilities
    • Acts as a liaison to stakeholders, regulators, government, registrants, and regulated industry to further the goals and mandate of the BCFSA
    • Provides legal advice to the Corporate Secretary and with respect to governance matters
    • Conducts considerable legal analysis and evaluation of complex issues

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • A member of the Law Society of BC in good standing, or immediately eligible for membership.
    • At least 5 years of experience in corporate commercial law including in areas of procurement, employment law, leases, contract negotiation and drafting, standard form agreements, waivers, privacy law, copyright issues, policy drafting, governance, conflict of interest identification and management
    • Thorough knowledge of regulatory and administrative laws and regulations.
    • Knowledge of FOIPP Act.
    • Demonstrated mediation and negotiation skills.
    • Strong analytical and legal research skills.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Excellent judgement.
    • Ability to work autonomously and as a team member

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    We are continually investing in our greatest resource – our people. You will be supported in maintaining a healthy work-life balance and encouraged to pursue personal interests and priorities. Some of the perks you will enjoy include flexible working hours, generous vacation and paid leave, pension, employee family assistance programs and professional development opportunities.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia as part of a collaborative and motivated team. Embrace a rewarding career in an environment that values innovation, transparency and accountability.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    The is an exclusive engagement with Hunter West Legal Recruitment. For more information or to apply, please contact Stephanie Hacksel at mailto:[email protected]&quot“>mailto:[email protected]" style=”color:#0563c1; text-decoration:underline” target=”_blank”>[email protected]

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  • Manager, Technical Support

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA), to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of B.C. (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with BCFSA.

    By including real estate services within the responsibility of BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    We currently have an opportunity for a Manager, Technical Support to join our new integrated organization with the BCFSA in Vancouver.

    This position is responsible for the planning, management, design and delivery of information technology support team activities and related services for the BCFSA.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    • Develop and execute the technical support strategy in support of the organization’s goals and objectives.
    • Manage a team of technical support professionals including recruiting, mentoring, training, scheduling, performance reviews, performance management, and goal setting.
    • Develop a team of technical support professionals as a center of expertise on BCFSA technology products and services.
    • Ensure the support team is adequately resourced and trained to support internal and external stakeholders.
    • Develop systems to capture ‘voice of the user’ feedback loops for reporting to the greater technology organization.
    • Work closely with the larger technology teams to develop integrated escalation, support, and lifecycle processes and procedures.
    • Proactively identify, implement, and document opportunities for process improvement in all support areas and solutions.
    • Establish, maintain, and improve technical support practices according to BCFSA philosophies and ITIL practices.
    • Collaboratively establish and recommend support requirements and service levels for BCFSA products and/or technology.
    • Anticipate business impacts from systems changes, ensure documentation is consistent with standards, and develop written and verbal communications as required.
    • Manage service desk support lifecycles and user-level knowledge base articles in accordance with expected service levels.
    • Develop and report on established service levels, metrics and KPIs.
    • Develop and maintains constructive and collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • 6+ years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Deep experience in ITIL service management processes with related reporting and analytics.
    • Demonstrably superior level of written and verbal communication skills.
    • Experience supporting internal and external stakeholders simultaneously.
    • Demonstrated experience building, motivating, and retaining teams.
    • Detailed knowledge of current trends, new developments, and best practices in the information technology industry.
    • Extensive knowledge of IT Service Management practices.
    • Ability to communicate complex systems information clearly and concisely.
    • Ability to understand business needs and translate needs into solutions.
    • Ability to establish and manage competing priorities.
    • Ability to exercise judgement, initiative, and discretion.

    PROVISOS:

    • Must be willing to work outside of regular office hours when needed.
    • Applicants must be able to successfully meet the BCFSA’s security screening requirements.

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    At BCFSA, we want to ensure that we are continually investing in our greatest resource — our people.

    In addition to living out your values by working towards fulfilling the mandates of BCFSA, we hope to make your employment experience with us the best it can be with employee perks and benefits that contribute to a balanced and enjoyable lifestyle for you and your family.

    Here is what you can expect from us:

    • Flexible working hours
    • 4 weeks’ vacation and other leave provisions
    • Dental and Extended health insurance and benefits
    • Wellness account
    • Maternity and parental leave benefits
    • Defined benefit pension plan
    • Ergonomic workstations
    • Employee and family assistance programs
    • Employee professional development and training programs
    • A Relocation Allowance may be considered for candidates outside British Columbia.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia leading a collaborative and motivated team. If you want a rewarding career in an environment that values integrity, courage, innovation, growth, collaboration, consider BCFSA.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity and inclusion in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    Apply now
  • Audit Coordinator

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    We currently have an opportunity for an Audit Coordinator to join our new integrated organization with the BCFSA in Vancouver. The Audit Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the office and records inspection audit program, assisting the audit team, and assisting with the annual Accountant’s Report (AR) filing requirements. This role contributes to ensuring compliance with the Real Estate Services Act (RESA) and related legislation.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    • Prepare monthly emails with regards to annual filing requirements of the Accountant’s Reports (AR) for brokerages.
    • Follow up with phone calls and emails with respect to late AR filings to explain consequences and to ensure compliance with filing requirements.
    • Prepare correspondence for the Legal Department with respect to AR filings not received in a timely manner.
    • Respond to inquiries from licensees and accountants regarding annual reporting requirements in British Columbia.
    • Prepare blank audit files and warrants for pending audits.
    • Edit audit reports for grammar, formatting, while critically thinking of the content of all reports. This may include changing the structure of the report, discussing the content for accuracy and completeness with the auditors, etc.
    • Prepare correspondence with respect all ongoing audit files. For example, coordinates sending of audit reports, tracks correspondence, and follows up any overdue responses.
    • Respond to inquiries from brokerages and accountants as it pertains to a pending or ongoing audit.
    • Populate, maintain, and update Oasis (licensing database) with information provided on the Accountant’s Reports as necessary.
    • Communicate information to the Auditors regarding time-sensitive audits needing attention, changes to procedures or policy, etc.
    • Manage the filing and archiving of closed audit files.
    • Coordinate and assign audits to auditors based on the risk level as per the listing of audits to be completed.

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy
    • Strong data processing skills, ideally using a dictator
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong computer proficiency
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and multi-task
    • Strong commitment to quality and service
    • Ability to work independently most of the time, without supervision and direction.
    • Demonstrated high level of initiative, time management and organizational ability.
    • Highly proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (e.g. Word and Excel)

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    At BCFSA, we want to ensure that we are continually investing in our greatest resource — our people.

    In addition to living out your values by working towards fulfilling the mandates of BCFSA, we hope to make your employment experience with us the best it can be with employee perks and benefits that contribute to a balanced and enjoyable lifestyle for you and your family.

    Here is what you can expect from us:

    • Flexible working hours
    • 4 weeks’ vacation and other leave provisions
    • Dental and Extended health insurance and benefits
    • Wellness account
    • Maternity and parental leave benefits
    • Defined benefit pension plan
    • Ergonomic workstations
    • Employee and family assistance programs
    • Employee professional development and training programs
    • A Relocation Allowance may be considered for candidates outside British Columbia.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia leading a collaborative and motivated team. If you want a rewarding career in an environment that values integrity, courage, innovation, growth, collaboration, consider BCFSA.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity and inclusion in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    Apply now
  • Communications Specialist

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    We currently have an opportunity for a Communications Specialist to join our new integrated organization with the BCFSA in Vancouver.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    • Support the internal and external communications plan to improve the quality of communications and increase the flow of relevant information across BCFSA business units and with external stakeholders
    • Plan, edit and write content for a variety of internal and external communications mediums including; web copy, social media, ads, newsletters, events, email bulletins, external announcements, orientation materials, presentations and speaker notes, briefing notes, Q&A, and marketing communications collateral such as posters, infographics, brochures, and video
    • Undertakes research and conducts data collection for communications assignments, and drafts and edits communications materials in support of BCFSA’s projects and initiatives.
    • Work closely with BCFSA’s communication team to highlight organizational accomplishments, disseminate information, and ensure that communication plans, projects and initiatives are in alignment with branding, tone, policies, and strategies
    • Support internal initiatives that build awareness and excitement around our brand, core business, strategic plans, and build upon our reputation
    • Develops and maintains content for publication on the internet and intranet sites, develops graphics and compiles materials for publication.
    • Develops and implements approaches for the CEO and other executive staff to connect with employees and/or service providers through workplace tours, meet and greets and special events.
    • Prepares internal communications materials such as announcements, orientation materials, intranet pages, newsletters, employee surveys, videos, questions and answers.
    • Provides monitoring, evaluation, and reports on communication activities.
    • Promotes, protects and enhances the reputation of BCFSA through media relations, social media, issues management and public affairs activities
    • Contributes to the team’s development of internal work practices (e.g., policies, procedures and tools).
    • Provides orientation and training to internal and/or external stakeholders within area of responsibility.
    • Contributes to, participates in, and supports organizational business transformation initiatives.

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, or English and considerable experience in public relations, corporate communications or media relations in a large organization (preferably in a regulatory/governmental environment) or an equivalent combination of education and experience
    • Knowledge of the principals, concepts, standards and best practices in the communications field; including, tools of communications, communications planning, social media, issues management and media relations
    • Proficient knowledge of Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator, and Microsoft Office Suite (e.g. word, PowerPoint) and content management systems
    • Prior experience in managing and leading internal and external communication programs and projects Demonstrated superior writing, editing and verbal communications skills
    • Experience with public consultation and stakeholder engagement principles and techniques
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills, the ability to multi-task and support a cooperative work environment
      • Following are not a must, but will be considered an asset if you have:
      • IAP2 Certification (International Association for Public Participation)
      • Accredited Business Communicator (ABC)
      • PROSCI Change Management Certification Training

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    At BCFSA, we want to ensure that we are continually investing in our greatest resource — our people.

    In addition to living out your values by working towards fulfilling the mandates of BCFSA, we hope to make your employment experience with us the best it can be with employee perks and benefits that contribute to a balanced and enjoyable lifestyle for you and your family.

    Here is what you can expect from us:

    • Flexible working hours
    • 4 weeks’ vacation and other leave provisions
    • Dental and Extended health insurance and benefits
    • Wellness account
    • Maternity and parental leave benefits
    • Defined benefit pension plan
    • Ergonomic workstations
    • Employee and family assistance programs
    • Employee professional development and training programs
    • A Relocation Allowance may be considered for candidates outside British Columbia.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia leading a collaborative and motivated team. If you want a rewarding career in an environment that values integrity, courage, innovation, growth, collaboration, consider BCFSA.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity and inclusion in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    Apply now
  • Communications Manager

    ABOUT US:

    The B.C. government has established a single Crown agency, the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) to regulate the province’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, pension plans, and real estate services. This summer, the Real Estate Council of BC (RECBC) and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate (OSRE) will integrate with the BCFSA. By including real estate services within the responsibility of the BCFSA, regulation will be simplified and enhanced across the B.C. financial services sector, resulting in increased consumer confidence and opportunities to streamline investigations and enforcement.

    We currently have an opportunity for a Communications Manager to join our new integrated organization with BCFSA in Vancouver.

    WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

    • Manages communications and complex issues, anticipating strategic issues and developing communications strategy and products.
    • Develops and implements approaches to connect with the public and stakeholders, through social media, news releases, brochures, speeches, newsletters, news conferences, webinars,meet and greets and special events.
    • Acts as the first point of contact for all media inquiries for BCFSA.
    • Manages the development and implementation of consistent and high-quality communication materials for BCFSA initiatives and regulatory services.
    • Leads the development of targeted plans (e.g. strategies, objectives, methods and procedures) and delivery of campaigns, projects and programs supporting organizational goals and objectives.
    • Monitors the overall effectiveness of campaigns, projects and programs to improve future marketing/communications initiatives.
    • Contributes to the development and implementation of operational plans and reporting for a program area to support reliable program accountability, organizational core values and mandate.
    • Contributes to the development of operational policies and procedures, performance standards and service levels with the goal of continuous improvement.
    • Develops and maintains constructive and collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Provides supervision, coaching and mentorship to allow team members to achieve their full potential.

    WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE:

    • Degree in Marketing or Communications and considerable experience as spokesperson and writing advertising or public relations copy for print, web and other electronic media, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Preference may be given to applicants with leadership, project management and public sector communications experience.
    • Ability to handle multiple priorities concurrently and meet tight deadlines in a high- pressure environment.
    • Media relations training.
    • Experience working with public stakeholders.
    • Experience working in sectors BCFSA regulates
    • Ability to identify emerging media issues.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Office.

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE IN RETURN:

    At BCFSA, we want to ensure that we are continually investing in our greatest resource — our people.

    In addition to living out your values by working towards fulfilling the mandates of BCFSA, we hope to make your employment experience with us the best it can be with employee perks and benefits that contribute to a balanced and enjoyable lifestyle for you and your family.

    Here is what you can expect from us:

    • Flexible working hours
    • 4 weeks’ vacation and other leave provisions
    • Dental and Extended health insurance and benefits
    • Wellness account
    • Maternity and parental leave benefits
    • Defined benefit pension plan
    • Ergonomic workstations
    • Employee and family assistance programs
    • Employee professional development and training programs
    • A Relocation Allowance may be considered for candidates outside British Columbia.

    This is an opportunity to participate meaningfully in the protection of consumers in British Columbia leading a collaborative and motivated team. If you want a rewarding career in an environment that values integrity, courage, innovation, growth, collaboration, consider BCFSA.

    Candidates who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record, credential verification, and other background checks as permitted or required by company policy or applicable law.

    This position is open to external and internal candidates.

    We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from all qualified candidates.

    BCFSA offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted about a career opportunity, please let us know if you require accommodation.

    To support employment equity, we welcome applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity and inclusion in BCFSA.

    The team at BCFSA thanks you for your interest!

    Apply now