Career Opportunities


        

Thank you for your interest in working for the Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada.

We are currently seeking:

Investigator (PM-03) New

  • Closing date: 24 October 2017 - 23:59, Pacific Time

    Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.

    Reference number: IPC17J-016421-000156
    Selection process number: 2017-OIC-EA-040

    For more information and to apply, click here.

 

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A Great Place to Work

We have an open culture that encourages cooperation and collaboration, a healthy exchange of ideas and frequent interaction with senior executives. At the OIC, your voice will be heard.

Challenging work, where your talent and experience are brought to bear on the issues of the day and your commitment is rewarded with many opportunities to build on your success.

Personal growth and professional development, from mentoring to formal training, seminars, courses, workshops and more, the OIC is here to support you all the way.

Professions at the Office of the Information Commissioner  

Legal Services represents the Commissioner in court and provides legal advice on investigations, and legislative and administrative matters. It closely monitors the range of cases having potential litigation ramifications. It also provides investigators with reference tools on the evolving technicalities of the case law.

The Complaints Resolution and Compliance Branch investigates complaints about the processing of access requests, conducts dispute resolution activities and makes formal recommendations to institutions, as required. It also assesses federal institutions’ compliance with their obligations and carries out systemic investigations and analysis.

Corporate Services provides strategic corporate leadership in the areas of human resources and financial management, communications, internal audit, and information management and technology. It conducts our external relations with, among others, Parliament, governments and the media. It also manages our access to information and privacy function.