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Work for the Public Guardian and Trustee (PGT)

Do you thrive on working in a respectful, diverse workplace with people who have a shared vision to make a positive difference? The PGT is an organization that is forward-looking, accountable and empowers people to make decisions in clients’ best interests.

We welcome applications from talented, skilled and diverse people with a strong set of ethics and integrity. Employees are our greatest resource and we honour their expertise, experience, professionalism and commitment. We support employee growth and development. We offer an inclusive, respectful workplace with a range of other benefits

To learn more about working for the PGT, read our Human Resources Plan (PDF, 7.25MB).

Opportunities to work with us

The PGT is part of the BC Public Service. You can browse current employment opportunities on the BC Public Service website.

Temporary clerical opportunities

Are you interested in temporary clerical work? We accept resumes from qualified applicants at all times. If you meet the requirements below, please email your resume to

To be considered for a clerical position, please clearly state in your resume and cover letter how you meet all of the following requirements:

  • Completed secondary school graduation or equivalent (GED)
  • Have experience providing customer or client service, carrying out legal, administrative and/or financial duties, and responding to client needs in a professional manner in an office setting. Please make sure you clearly state how many years of experience you have
  • Have experience/training working with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and data entry. Again, please make sure you clearly state how many years of experience you have

Why work with us?

We offer an inclusive work environment with a variety of flexible work options. Our work environment is collaborative and we offer opportunities for learning and advancement. We also have a meaningful mandate.

We live by our vision of “Rights, choices and security for British Columbians.” Our mandate is to:

  • Protect the legal and financial interests of children under the age of 19 years
  • Protect the legal, financial, personal and health care interests of adults who need help with decision-making
  • Administer estates of deceased persons and missing persons

To learn more about the PGT’s vision, mandate and values, see Who we are.

Working for BC Public Service

PGT employees are hired under the Public Service Act. Learn more about compensation, benefits and other aspects of working for the BC Public Service: