Career Conversations for applicants

Last updated on July 3, 2024

Career Conversations are bi-weekly, one-hour information sessions created for applicants interested in careers in the BC Public Service.

With over 38,000 employees, the BC Public Service makes positive impacts on the lives of British Columbians every day. Attend a Career Conversation and take the first step in exploring over 200 different careers available for any stage of your career. 

Career Conversation presentations

Working in the BC Public Service is a way to engage in rewarding, innovative work driven by purpose and responsibility to the citizens of British Columbia. 

Join our virtual outreach event to learn about what careers and opportunities the BC Public Service has to offer, and key information on how to apply.

In this one-hour presentation you will:

  • Receive information on navigating the application process
  • Be able to ask questions about applying to the BC Public Service

July 3, 2024: Application Roadmap Career Conversation

12 pm to 1pm register

July 24, 2024: Skills-Based Career Conversation

12 pm to 1pm register

August 7, 2024: Application Roadmap Career Conversation

12 pm to 1pm register

August 21, 2024: Skills-Based Career Conversation

12 pm to 1pm register

September 11, 2024: Skills-Based Career Conversation

12 pm to 1pm register

October 16, 2024: Skills-Based Career Conversation

12 pm to 1pm register

November 13, 2024: Skills-Based Career Conversation

12 pm to 1pm register

Microsoft Teams Resources

Career Conversations are hosted on Microsoft Teams webinar. If you are new to using Teams or are joining the webinar from your phone, please review the resources below before the event.

 

Working for the BC Public Service

How to apply

To apply for a BC Public Service job, you must have a Recruitment Management System (RMS) online account and an applicant profile. 

Review Your job application > How to apply for more tips.

What we offer

In addition to an excellent benefits package, the BC Public Service encourages a healthy work/life balance so you can take advantage of the community and surrounding area where you live. 

For more information, please visit What we offer.

Find us on social media

BC Public Service social media accounts: 

Send us an email

Questions? Email careerconversations@gov.bc.ca

Video tutorials for job seekers

Our Interviews and assessments web page has interview tips and videos that are a great source of information to help you prepare for your interview.

These videos will also help you in your BC Public Service job search:

Featured careers

For information on some of the current career opportunities in the BC Public Service please visit our featured careers page.

Careers & MyHR job search

Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service

The Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service aims to increase representation of Indigenous people in the BC Public Service by offering advice and guidance on the hiring process.

Equity, diversity and inclusion in the BC Public Service

Visit the Diversity & Inclusion Resource Centre pages to learn how the BC Public Service is working to be reflective of our province and inclusive of:

  • Indigenous peoples
  • Minority communities
  • Immigrants
  • Persons with disabilities
  • The 2SLGBTQIA+ community

Resources

Ministries - apply to co-host a Career Conversation

Interested in hosting a Career Conversation featuring opportunities in your Ministry?

Submit an application form today.