Careers

Why the OAG?

Do you want to be part of a challenging and rewarding work community?

A career with the Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia provides opportunities for growth and promotion, while offering a comprehensive salary and an excellent flexible benefit plan.

Located in beautiful downtown Victoria, our prestigious office has been recognized nationally and internationally as a leader for excellence in promoting effective and accountable government. We offer diverse work, reasonable work/life balance and the opportunity to make a difference.

Practice your profession in our highly-valued independent legislative audit office. In return, we offer opportunities and training to enhance your career progression and improve your professional skills.

If you think you’re our next amazing hire, or know someone who would be a great fit, but you don't see the role here, subscribe to our notification service to be emailed when we post specific positions across all departments.

For CPAs in particular, we are always interested in speaking with qualified individuals. Please e-mail hr@bcauditor.com for more information.

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The Office of the Auditor General values and welcomes the diversity of people and ideas. We strive to create a workplace where individual differences are recognized, appreciated and respected in ways that develop and utilize each person’s talents and strengths.

Current Opportunities

Deadline: October 4, 2022

The Payroll Administrator functions as the payroll expert for the office and is responsible for developing and revising payroll policy and procedures, and for planning, developing, managing, processing, and evaluating the office’s payroll, leave, and benefits. The position is also responsible for administering the office’s Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) program.

Deadline: October 2, 2022

Reporting to a manager or director, the auditor will work as part of a team on financial statement audits. They may also participate in performance and financial management audits as required. The results of these audits provide the public and members of the legislative assembly with assurance and accountability information about how well government finances and programs are being administered.