Career Opportunities at ASTTBC


The Coordinator, IT plays an important role in supporting the organization.  As a skilled team player who is driven to help people solve technology issues, the IT Coordinator is a critical thinker who will be performing administrative, coordination and technical duties including troubleshooting, training, and providing support to staff, registrants, and volunteers.  Reporting to the IT Manager, this is a full-time position working from Monday to Friday with the occasional change in work schedule to meet operational needs.  Learn more


The Coordinator, Practice Assessment will assist the Registrar or designate in fulfilling tasks guided by the Professional Governance Act, regulations and for conducting Practices Assessment Reviews (PAR) and auditing registrant compliance to the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements.   This a full-time position reporting to the Registrar.  Learn more


The Practice Advisor is responsible for providing practice guidance to ASTTBC registrants and occasionally the public on a wide range of matters relating to the professional practice and conduct of ASTTBC registered engineering and applied science technology professionals.  Reporting to the Director, Professional Practice & Business Development, the Practice Advisor will also have a key role in supporting the development of practice standards and guidelines.   Learn more




ASTTBC was established in 1958 and is a regulatory organization that serves to maintain, improve and increase the knowledge, ability and competence of technologists, technicians and technical specialists; regulating the standards of practice, required competencies in order to protect the public interest.

In BC, technologists, technicians and technical specialists contribute $6 billion to the economy. These professionals include engineering technologists and technicians in eighteen disciplines and ten technical specialties in the broad field of applied science. With over 10,000 members, ASTTBC is the 9th largest professional organization in BC.

By holding ourselves to higher standards of competencies, innovation, collaboration, and accountability, we’re helping to build a vibrant healthy future for British Columbians.


  • Competitive remuneration
  • Comprehensive benefit package
  • Flexible and balanced working environment
  • Working with a great group of people who are invested in the organization
  • An inclusive and respectful workplace where people are appreciated