Financial Institutions Commission (FICOM) Careers

FICOM Protects British Columbians

Working for FICOM means being part of an integrated, progressive regulatory agency with broad scope and an important public mandate. Through administration and enforcement of nine provincial statutes, FICOM protects the public against the insolvency of financial institutions and improper market conduct in the financial services sector. These important activities support the overall economic health and stability of the province.  


Our work requires the concerted efforts of people working in a number of disciplines, including legal, financial, insurance, accounting and policy development. It demands a combination of broad perspective and in-depth, specialized expertise. There's a real passion at FICOM for demonstrating our values of professionalism, integrity and respect for people. That focus and energy are the key drivers of our success.

FICOM’s supervision and regulatory functions are supported by a range of essential corporate services, including finance and corporate planning, information management and information technology, human resources, communications and consultations. We place great importance on training and developing employees to ensure organizational readiness and to enhance career development.

We strive for a balance of industry and public sector experience among employees. Our work environment, combined with our compensation and benefits plan, are designed to attract and retain the necessary skills and industry experience ranging from highly specialized and technical roles to broader, more strategic executive roles.

Benefits for Working at FICOM

  • An environment of continual learning and development
  • Opportunities for growth and career advancement 
  • A workplace that welcomes diversity
  • Flexibility to balance work with your other responsibilities and commitments
  • A challenging and engaging team environment

Current Opportunities

FICOM is frequently looking to fill a number of positions in its Financial Institutions Division. If you're a finance professional interested in promoting good practice in an industry that's vital to British Columbians, we encourage you to consider our current career opportunities.

Please see the BC Public Service job postings for all of our opportunities.