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System maintenance: Saturday, July 20 to Sunday, July 21, 2024

Our Careers Centre will undergo maintenance from Saturday, July 20 at 6 p.m. to Sunday, July 21, 11:59 p.m.

During this time you will not be able to view or search current opportunities, apply to open postings, or update any information to your profile within the Careers Centre.

Welcome to a workplace powered by you

We’re creating a cleaner, more sustainable future for all British Columbians. Want to join us?

Returning applicant? Log in to the career centre

Why join us?

Belong to a culture that values you

We support and celebrate the unique individuals that make up our workforce. Differences broaden our perspective and help us make better decisions.

Contribute to a mission you can be proud of

Be part of a team that's at the forefront of the transition to cleaner energy solutions. We're working to reduce the impacts of climate change and build a more sustainable B.C.

Find career possibility and opportunity

We provide training and support for your personal and professional development. Plus, opportunities for mentorships, job rotations, and coaching.

Discover a balance between work and life

Great benefits, job safety and security, and a positive workplace culture all help you show up at your best.

Benefits we offer

  • Comprehensive, customizable medical benefits package
  • Mental health credit of $2,750 per year
  • Minimum 15 paid vacation days per year to start
  • Flexibility to work at home some days, based on your job type
  • Maternity and parental/adoption leave top-up
  • A guaranteed lifetime pension

More about benefits

An inclusive workplace for everyone

We continue to support shared goals with the Province of B.C. to advance reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples and support accessibility in our services to customers. We invite candidates who bring a diversity of thought, skills, and experiences to help us design plans and actions to tackle these challenges. See our progress on building a diverse workforce.

We're committed to providing all employees with a workplace where everyone is treated with dignity and respect and is free from bullying, harassment, discrimination and offensive conduct and remarks. 

We commit that:

  1. We will uphold human rights consistent with the Human Rights Code.
  2. We will build a workforce that reflects the diversity of our communities and customers and gather data to measure our progress toward employment equity.
  3. We will regularly review our hiring and promotion practices, particularly to address systemic barriers and biases facing particular groups.
  4. We will educate ourselves on inclusion and diversity and support each other as we learn.
  5. We will learn to recognize unconscious bias and provide employees with skills to act and perform their work consistent with our values.
  6. We will be open to differing cultures, backgrounds, identities, ideas, approaches and perspectives.
  7. We support people who report exclusion, harassment and bullying and will ensure they can report incidents without fear of retaliation.
  8. We will ensure that everyone feels safe to focus on their work and that all employees are able to contribute to their fullest potential.
  9. We will seek advice and feedback from our employees, including our employee networks, about their lived-experience and support people to be comfortably open about themselves at work.
  10. We will all hold one another accountable to be respectful and inclusive. 

We have five internal employee-led networks that contribute to making our workplace more inclusive. 

  • AccessAbility Network provides an inclusive community for people living and working with disabilities and their allies to improve accessibility and reduce bias through support, advocacy and education.
  • Cultural Exchange Network connects members of different cultures together to promote the principles of equality, fairness of opportunity and inclusiveness for all employees regardless of their background.
  • Pride Network provides a safe, inclusive space for 2SLGBTQIA+ (Two-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual +) employees, contractors, and their supporters to come together and help make BC Hydro a great place to work.
  • RAIN Network aims to engage all First Nation, Métis and Inuit employees on how the employee network can best support all Indigenous employees throughout the province.
  • Women's Network supports and connects women and their allies throughout the organization and provides networking, learning and development opportunities.

Career support programs

BC Hydro employees participating in the Indigenous Professionals in Development (IPID) program

Indigenous career exploration

Personalized support to help Indigenous candidates explore their skills in relation to BC Hydro roles.

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Indigenous employment
and scholarships

Explore Indigenous work placement opportunities, scholarships and more.

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Apprenticeships, training,
and co-ops

Students and recent graduates gain hands-on experience and on-the-job training for a rewarding career.

For support searching and applying for jobs, see our career centre tips.

Featured job opportunities

Customer service

Be part of an innovative team of representatives supporting our customers across B.C.

Explore this team



Apply your expertise to ensure our system and assets are reliable, optimized and able to support B.C.’s increasing demand.


Skilled trades

Your experience and skills can power our province. We’re looking for qualified electrical and non-electrical tradespeople.

An award-winning workplace

BC's Top Employers 2023 award Canada's Top Employers for Young People 2023 award Canada's Greenest Employers 2023 award Canada's Best Diversity Employers 2023 award


Life at BC Hydro