The BC Government Is Hiring For Remote Jobs & Some Pay Up To $105K To Work From Home

Ready to make the WFH life permanent?! 💻

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​Parliament Building in Victoria, B.C. Right: Woman working from home.

Parliament Building in Victoria, B.C. Right: Woman working from home.

The B.C. government is hiring for lots of work-from-home jobs at the moment, and some of the positions are paying six figures.

If you're ready for that work-from-home life and fancy earning up to $105,000, here's your chance to check out some jobs with the government.

Perhaps you're trying to change up your career, or looking to get a new job in 2022.

If the thought of sitting in traffic and paying high gas prices during the rush-hour commute is turning you off of your office job, remote-work life could be for you.

Imagine rolling out of bed, having a coffee by your side (maybe your pet too) and getting work done.

Here's a list of jobs if you're looking to make that dream come true.

Head, Flood Safety/Provincial Inspector of Dikes

Salary: $80,639-$105,800

Ministry: Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development

Who Should Apply: Anyone who is extremely passionate about the safety of the environment and holds a master's degree in engineering or geosciences can apply for this job. You should also be a natural-born leader and not afraid to take initiative.

The job will require you to be in charge of the Dike Safety Program through a flexible working schedule.

Apply Here

Strategic Human Resources Administrator

Salary: $43,759-$49,357

Ministry: Social Development and Poverty Reduction

Who Should Apply: Do you have a background in Human Resources? With this job, you'll get to coordinate the ministry's participation in the Long Service Awards.

You will also support wellness and public service week.

Coordination and organization is key for this job. If you think you can stay on top of things while working remotely — this job is worth a shot.

Apply Here

Provincial Adoption Reunion & Intercountry Consultant

Salary: $72,725-$83,015

Ministry: Children and Family Development

Who Should Apply: This role will allow you to positively change a child's life. It's an extremely meaningful job as you will get to help and support children's adoption process to permanent families.

Apply Here

Law Co-op Student

Salary: $48,770

Ministry: Labour

Who Should Apply: This job is open to any second-year law student going for a law degree (JD).

You will be cooping for the Workers' Compensation Appeal Tribunal and working in helping with appeals from WorkSafeBC.

Apply Here

This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

Ashley Harris
Staff Writer
Ashley Harris was a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada's Western Desk focused on restaurants in Vancouver, and is based in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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