We are looking for a Business Systems Analyst who will play an important role in linking our information technology capacity with our business objectives.  Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Business Systems Analyst will be responsible for bridging the gap between IT and the business, using data analytics to assess processes, determine requirements and deliver data-driven recommendations and reports that result in improved operational efficiency and problem solving.


The Communications Specialist is responsible for developing communications materials and will support the execution of communications plans and initiatives. Reporting to the Communications Manager, the Communications Specialist will work with various internal and external stakeholders to support several strategic communications initiatives. This is a full-time position working from Monday to Friday from 8am – 4pm with the occasional change in work schedule to meet operational needs.


The Legal Administrative Coordinator is responsible for providing a wide variety of administrative services to contribute and support the efficient and professional operation of the Registrar’s Office. Reporting to the Registrar, this is a full-time position working from Monday to Friday from 8am – 4pm with the occasional change in work schedule to meet operational needs. 

Our Culture

The Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of BC (ASTTBC) regulates approximately 10,000 applied science and engineering technology professionals in British Columbia under the Professional Governance Act (PGA). ASTTBC protects the public by ensuring that technologists, technicians, and technical specialists practise safely, competently, and ethically.

We offer a competitive remuneration and comprehensive benefit package as well as provide a flexible and balanced working environment. You will be working with a diverse and dedicated team who are invested in the organization. ASTTBC is an inclusive and respectful workplace where people are valued and appreciated.

Our values are the core to everything we do and translate into how our team approaches ASTTBC stakeholders and how we want our registrants to treat the public – with professionalism, accountability, integrity, and humility.

Our Values

Professionalism – We uphold a foundation of high standards, ethics and competence to ensure accountability of our registrants.

Accountable – We are invested in our responsibility to Government and British Columbians.

Integrity – We are honest, dedicated, ethical and fair by doing the right thing every time, for the protection of the public.

Inclusion – We embrace the principles of equity, diversity, inclusion, cultural safety and humility.