We are always on the lookout for people who share our passion...people with extraordinary skills, knowledge and commitment. Our commitment to training doesn't stop with our customers and clients. ITA is a learning organization, inside and out. Every member of our staff is encouraged to develop and grow. We know ITA's success depends on our team of about 108 skilled and passionate people. Our employees are continually challenged, offered valuable professional development, and recognized. Our corporate culture is firmly linked to ITA's Vision and Mission. They shape the way we work, every day.
World class apprenticeship for British Columbians
To build the trades that build BC
RESPECT. We value mutual respect in everything we do and how we do it. Nothing is more important than the respect we have for our people and the trust we put in their skills
EXCELLENCE. We value a superior experience for all of our customers, internal and external, sensing their needs and exceeding their expectations.
INNOVATION. We value the spirit and practice of innovation. We believe that change fosters the constant improvement that is crucial for success.
COLLABORATION. We value the opinion of others, openness and transparency. With everyone at the table, and everything on the table, we deliver the best results.
If that sounds like you, please introduce yourself! To apply to any of our current postings listed below, please email your resume in a Word or PDF document before the closing date to email@example.com quoting the job title in the subject line. All email applications will receive an auto-reply email message as confirmation of receipt of your application.
The Industry Relations Team supports ITA by developing strong working relationships with Industry to help ITA fulfill its mandate of Building the Trades that Build BC.
Manager, Industry Relations
The Manager, Industry Relations (MIR) is accountable for leading and managing the Industry Advisor team and ensuring the execution of Industry Relations strategic objective to be the voice of industry.
Director, Program Standards and Assessment
The Director of Program Standards and Assessments is accountable for providing department-level leadership and direction to the Program Standards and Assessments group. The position works closely with industry bodies, unions, training institutions, instructors, employers, trainees, other ITA departments, and all Canadian jurisdictions to ensure that ITA fulfills its program standards mandate.
Does ITA sound like the right fit for you? We will welcome your unsolicited resume at HumanResources@itabc.ca.
Please include your name and area of expertise in the subject line of your e-mail. We'll e-mail you back to confirm receipt of your application, but we won't contact you again unless you're selected for an interview. (Sorry, but no phone, mail, or fax applications or enquiries please.)