What's New in the BC Public Service
Changes to the Public Service Pension Plan were recently announced. Visit the Public Service Pension Plan to learn about the changes. If you are nearing retirement and have questions, contact the BC Pension Corporation plan administrator. See @Work
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May 18, 2018: Inclusive Language in the Workplace
Guiding principles and suggestions for using inclusive language are now available with the recently released Words Matter: Guidelines on Using Inclusive Language in the Workplace (PDF, 443KB). Inclusive language plays an important role in promoting respectful workplaces and demonstrates our commitment to public service values.
May 1, 2018: Pacific Leaders Tuition Grants for Co-op Employees
April 23, 2018: PSSO criminal record check service unavailable April 24th to 25th
From Tuesday April 24th at 5PM to Wednesday April 25th at 5PM the PSSO criminal record check online service will be unavailable due to system maintenance. Thank you for your understanding.
April 13, 2018: Volunteer with Cuso Overseas
The BC Public Service and Cuso International have teamed up so employees can volunteer overseas. Now you can share and build your BC Public Service skills and knowledge. Check out MyHR's new Cuso International page to find out how.
March 26, 2018: Recruitment Management System (RMS) replacement project
The Recruitment Management System (RMS) was replaced on March 26, 2018. The RMS is the online system the BC Public Service uses to post job opportunities and manage job competitions. Find out more about the Recruitment Management System change and what this means for you as an applicant or hiring manager.
November 10, 2017: Work-Able Internship Video
Work-Able is a 12-month, paid internship with the BC Public Service for recent post-secondary graduates who self-identify as having a disability. Watch the recently posted Work-Able video for an intern's perspective.
November 10, 2017: A Welcome From Don Wright, Head of the BC Public Service
Don Wright, Deputy Minister to the Premier, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Public Service, welcomes new employees. Watch his welcome video for new BC Public Service employees.