How to apply

For External Applicants


Step 1: Search jobs

Visit our External Job Postings page here. You can start your job search by using keywords, or filter by Job Title, Location, or Closing date.

We encourage you to sign up for the Job Alert feature on our website to be notified of new postings directly.

Step 2: Job application

Once you find a job posting that interests you, start entering your information in the “Apply Now” box.  Applications received by email or other methods will not be considered.

If you are a person with a disability and would like to request support or accommodation for the application or interview process, please let us know.

Step 3: Create a profile

You will be prompted to create your profile, including a username and password. Please enter all information you wish to be included as part of your application.

Step 4: Submit your application

Once your application is successfully submitted, you will receive an e-mail confirmation. If you are shortlisted for an interview, you will be contacted by a member of our team.

We encourage you to continue to update your profile and apply to jobs that interest you.

Need technical assistance? Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page here or contact Prevue support at 1-888-277-3883.

Internal Applicants

If you are already part of the CLBC team, please visit the job postings page on MyCLBC for information on how to apply.

Stories from CLBC Staff

“I enjoy working at CLBC, where I’ve had several opportunities to ‘spread my wings’. Starting as an Executive Assistant, I learned the organizational workings of the Crown corporation. After two years, I challenged my administrative skills and successfully applied to become a Contract and Procurement Administrator. I enrolled in several courses to learn more about contracting and procurement, which helped me understand CLBC’s processes.

Two years later, I sprang at another CLBC job opportunity to become the new Supervisor of Administrative Services. For three years, I developed my leadership skills and proudly led a team of administrative staff. In 2020, I joined the policy team as a Policy and Practice Analyst, where I discovered my enjoyment for working with multiple teams at CLBC to improve policies and processes to better support people with developmental disabilities. CLBC has fully supported my career advancement, providing excellent learning opportunities, work benefits, and flexible work schedules along the way.”

Deborah, Policy and Practice Analyst in Head Office (with CLBC since 2012)

“The perspectives I have gained from my time at CLBC has impacted my personal life and value system much more than what I would have thought, and this alone is something that I’m grateful for every day. Professionally, I have had the opportunity to work in almost half a dozen different positions on various teams within the organization as I grow in my career, which I’m so thankful for. It reminds me to always keep an open mind of where I can be an active contributor at CLBC.”

Cherlene, Manager, Budgets and Reporting in Head Office (with CLBC since 2014)