It’s that time again – TELP time!
What’s TELP you ask?
It’s our Transportation Entry Level Program, or TELP. Previously known as the Technical Entry Level Program, this opportunity is your pathway to a fulfilling transportation career in the BC Public Service.
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure delivers a wide range of transportation services to the citizens of British Columbia and we’re looking for creative and innovative individuals who enjoy working on unique and challenging projects to help us deliver them.
Whether you’re overseeing construction and maintenance, approving developments near our infrastructure or consulting with First Nations – your work will contribute to the safety, reliability and improvement of our infrastructure. From day one, you’ll be able to see how your work directly impacts the lives of British Columbians.
REMINDER: Posting closed on January 31, 2023.
Did you miss our intake window this year? Be sure to check back with us next year for more amazing opportunities!
What You’ll Gain as a TELP
By joining our ministry as a TELP, you will be able to build on your strong educational foundation with first-hand work experience. Full time, permanent employment with us includes a comprehensive training plan designed specifically for each position. TELPs will be assigned a supervisor and mentor who will share their lifetime of experience with you. You will also have access to multiple training and development opportunities, not to mention a wide variety of more traditional benefits such as a minimum of three weeks annual vacation to start, paid overtime, eligibility for the Pacific Leaders Loan Forgiveness Program for BC Student Loans, a comprehensive medical/dental program, flexible work arrangements and even relocation expenses – just to name a few.
Here are some areas of focus in our Transportation Entry Level Program:
|Assistant Bridge Area Manager||Field Services Aides (Paving/Grading)|
|Assistant Bridge Construction Technician||Financial Analyst|
|Assistant Bridge Inspection Technician||Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technician|
|Assistant Communications Technologist||Geotech Field Services Technician|
|Assistant Development Technician||Gravel Management Technician|
|Assistant Electrical Technician||Highway Design Technician|
|Assistant Environmental Coordinator||HR Training Analyst|
|Assistant Geomatics Survey Technician||Indigenous Relations Coordinator|
|Assistant Road Area Manager||Jr Full Stack Developer|
|Assistant Structural Construction Supervisor||Jr Technical Analyst|
|Assistant Structural Design Technician||Jr Technical Systems Analyst|
|Assistant Traffic Technician||Project Administrator|
|Claims Adjuster||Project Coordinator|
|Client Support Analyst||Project Management Technician|
|District Operations Technician||Properties Analyst|
|Electrical Systems Technologist||Records Analyst|
|Event Coordinator||Rockwork Technician|
For more information about TELP opportunities, visit: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/careers-myhr/job-seekers/featured-careers/telp
We Support Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
The TELP program has been supporting and reflecting the goals of the BC Public Service Diversity & Inclusion Strategy since inception. This includes removing barriers and improving access that represents the diversity of the population we serve.
The Time to Apply is Now
Why are we so focused on TELPs? We estimate that over one-third of our staff could retire in the next five years. That is a lot of retirement cake!
Our ministry is known for the excellent quality of our people, for having a can-do attitude, and for producing fantastic results. By hiring passionate and enthusiastic TELPs we are making sure we can continue the tradition of excellence that our ministry is known for.
Is that you?
Take charge of your career and apply for this exciting opportunity NOW!
*This blog was originally posted in 2012 and has been updated with subsequent TELP intakes.