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Working Here

The Legislative Assembly of B.C. offers a workplace culture where people are encouraged to connect, grow and thrive in an inclusive environment that celebrates innovation and diversity.

The Parliament Buildings are located on the traditional territories of the ləkʷəŋən (pronounced Le-KWUNG-en) Peoples, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations, where we are privileged to work.

What We Do

We provide essential services and infrastructure vital to an accessible democratic institution. As a non-partisan organization, we work in a variety of roles and environments to provide services and infrastructure which support the Legislative Assembly of B.C. and its Members. 

The Legislative Assembly is an autonomous employer, separate from the administrative framework of B.C. government ministries and agencies.

We employ regular and auxiliary employees in a variety of roles, including administrative, management, operational, outreach, professional and research services. Auxiliary employees are employed to accommodate fluctuations in the workload of the Assembly, such as when the Legislature is in session and when parliamentary committees are meeting in Victoria or in communities throughout the province.

Who We Are

We are a dedicated, multi-faceted organization that pursues goals in a dynamic and progressive work environment.

We have a strong sense of community that inspires individual growth and embraces teamwork. We are committed to the following principles:

  • Impartiality – We are non-partisan and objective in the performance of our duties.
  • Integrity – We build trust through responsible actions and respectful relationships.
  • Openness – We provide a welcoming environment and promote public access and engagement.
  • Stewardship – We ensure institutional continuity and renewal.
Working Here

What We Offer

Career development – We support continuing education by providing innovative, inclusive and diverse learning opportunities for growth, skill development and career advancement.

Community, engagement and recognition – We value teamwork, collaboration and connection. Employees have the opportunity to interact and engage through projects, committees, working groups and events. Together, we celebrate and acknowledge each other's outstanding achievements and contributions.

Extended health benefits  – We provide eligible employees with a competitive benefits package, which includes extended health and dental, basic life insurance, an optional family funeral benefit plan, optional life insurance, optional accidental death and dismemberment, travel medical insurance, sick leave and long-term disability benefits.

Flexible work options – We offer remote work and flexible work arrangements for a greater work-life balance.

Health and wellness – We promote employee health and wellness by providing access to an employee and family assistance program, an in-house fitness room, secure bike storage and a reduced-cost bus pass through the BC Transit ProPASS program. We also offer an infant and family wellness room, a meditation room and a sustainable commuting and active living program that provides reimbursement for fitness and wellness activities.

Location, location, location – We provide employment in an architectural landmark, the Parliament Buildings, which overlooks Victoria's Inner Harbour on the edge of the downtown core, close to shops, restaurants, cafes and parks.

Retirement benefits – We offer a generous pension plan with the Public Service Pension Plan where contributions are made by both the employee and Legislative Assembly. This pension plan provides employees with a lifetime monthly pension when they retire.

Vacation benefits – We offer four weeks of annual vacation time to start, or 8 percent vacation pay.

Discover Job Opportunities

To view current employment opportunities at the Legislative Assembly, visit our Job Postings page.

For application information and candidate frequently asked questions (FAQs), visit our How to Apply section.

The Assembly is an equal opportunity employer committed to establishing an inclusive, equitable, and accessible environment for all. To show our commitment, we've partnered with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI). As an employer partner, CCDI’s mission is to help create an inclusive workplace that is free of prejudice and discrimination – and to generate the awareness, dialogue, and action for people to recognize diversity as an asset and not an obstacle.

Contact Human Resources Operations

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