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Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Telephone: 250-387-5532

614 Government Street
Victoria, BC  V8V 1X4

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Frequently Asked Questions 

Employment opportunities at the Legislative Assembly are available on the Job Postings page.

To apply for a position, follow the instructions on the job posting under "Application Requirements."

Yes, seasonal, temporary, student and part-time positions that are vacant are posted to the Job Postings page.

We employ auxiliary staff to accommodate fluctuations in the workload of the Assembly, such as when the Legislature is in session and when parliamentary committees are meeting.

The Educational Programs & Workshops page has information on the six-month B.C. Legislative Internship Program and the four-month Tour Guide and Parliamentary Player programs for students.

The Legislative Assembly of B.C. is committed to continually building a diverse workforce. We welcome applications from qualified international applicants who are eligible to work in Canada. You may be required to provide a copy of your work permit during the recruitment process in order to verify eligibility to work in Canada.

Under the Immigration Act, only the following persons are authorized to work in Canada: Canadian citizens; permanent residents; or persons with a valid employment authorization (work permit). You can learn more about immigrating to Canada for work on the Government of Canada website.

All applications are received by Human Resource Operations and as such, cover letters can be addressed to: 

Legislative Assembly of British Columbia   
Attn: Selection Panel   
614 Government Street   
Victoria, BC V8V 1X4

When you have successfully submitted your cover letter and resume, you will receive an auto-email response confirming your application has been received.

Due to the large volume of applications received, we are unable to contact all applicants and only those shortlisted for further consideration will be contacted.

  • Don't wait until the last minute to apply. Give yourself enough time to update your cover letter and resume and apply.
  • Customize and update your cover letter and resume for the position you are applying for. Your application will be assessed based on whether your qualifications meet the posted requirements.
  • Review the Legislative Assembly of B.C.'s website to learn more about us.
  • Save a copy of the job posting and job description so you can refer back to it if needed. Once the posting closes you will not be able to view the job posting and job description online.  
  • Postings close at 12:00 p.m. Pacific Time on their closing date. Late applications will not be accepted.

Due to the large volume of applications received, we are unable to provide feedback to candidates who are not shortlisted. Feedback will only be provided, upon request, to those who were interviewed or tested for a position. If you are looking for general assistance with your job search, please visit WorkBC's website. WorkBC can help you search for jobs, explore career options, and improve your skills.

Applicants who have successfully completed the recruitment process (interviews, etc.) may be placed on an eligibility list as a pre-qualified candidate. If a position becomes vacant again within a year, the Legislative Assembly of B.C. may hire directly from the eligibility list.

We do not accept general applications. Please check our job postings often to see if there is a position that matches your skills and interests.

Yes. You will have to submit an application for each job posting you want to apply to.

Applications will not be accepted after the closing date.

The Legislative Assembly of B.C. is committed to the principle of equal opportunity and we hire accordingly. We strive to attract and retain a diverse workforce and find the best qualified candidates who possess the education, experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and suitability for the position. Any factors unrelated to job performance do not influence our decisions when hiring employees.