Careers at BCIT

Join us – you will find that working at BCIT is much more than just a job; it's a career defining experience.

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Working at BCIT

BCIT supports the economic health of British Columbia by developing 'job ready' grads who are able to make an immediate contribution in the workplace. Whether teaching or supporting the educational process all employees play an important role in helping our students attain their educational goals.

Embracing BCIT's anything is possible approach, you will find that opportunities to make a professional contribution abound.

Career and Professional Development

BCIT is committed to your pursuit of lifelong learning and career development. Investing in our people is investing in the success of BCIT.

On average, 26% of BCIT employees annually obtain funds for professional development, while 20% of our employees take courses through our Fee Waiver Program. We also offer more than 36 in-house workshops in leadership, software and wellness skills.

BCIT is proud that many of our professional development opportunities support our staff in obtaining a credential.

Organizational health

BCIT believes that an investment in the health and well being of our employees is integral to our success and ongoing prosperity. We work with our employees to identify and address leading health and well being issues at all levels and we offer innovative practices, policies and procedures to meet those needs.

Some highlights of our recent collective successes:

Total compensation package

Working at BCIT is more than just a pay cheque.

In addition to generous vacation entitlements, BCIT makes financial investments in your health and welfare, income protection, retirement and work/life programs that exceed 20% of your total salary.

Not only that, it's a great place to work! BCIT's 2009 Employee Opinion Survey reported that 91% of employees agreed that they were proud to work for BCIT; while 95% of employees had a sense of pride in the work they did.

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