The Office of the Information Commissioner is a small organization that emphasizes collaboration—including regular interactions with senior executives—for results.
The work we do is challenging, focused on the issues of the day and supports the important role of the Information Commissioner of Canada in ensuring government transparency.
With a workforce of approximately 90, we employ investigators, lawyers, access to information and privacy analysts, public affairs experts, human resources and finance specialists, and security and IM/IT professionals.
Personal growth and professional development opportunities, from mentoring to formal training, are available for all staff.
The OIC is hiring! Federal public service employees interested in working as a lead investigator or a manager of operations