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MANAGERS / LEADERS OF HOURLY EMPLOYEES: to ensure hourly employees get paid on November 30, review and approve their time in Workday by Tuesday, November 24 at 11:59pm.

Staff careers

Staff opportunities range from administration and research to facilities, campus services and information technology. See below for more detail on staff roles at UBC.

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Business and administration

Do you enjoy applying your business skills within an academic context? Working in business and administration roles is about fostering meaningful relationships, bringing in funding, ensuring resources are wisely allocated, hiring the best, and looking after the institution’s reputation.

Research and innovation

As a world-class university, UBC continually fosters new ideas and research that contribute to creating a better world. If you're energized by the pursuit of discovery, help us lead, conduct, or support diverse research projects that challenge or confirm existing conclusions and opinions.

Community, life and wellbeing

Healthy meals, a great cup of coffee, physical activity, social opportunities and a good night’s sleep. These are the things that help people feel their best. UBC provides a variety of job opportunities that support wellbeing and help others stay healthy and move forward.

Facilities and planning

While learning and research are at UBC’s core, our work wouldn't be possible without physical spaces to work in. Are you interested in helping to plan, build, maintain, or support UBC's facilities, from classrooms to labs, offices, amenities and the walkways and gardens in between?

Learning

Students are at the heart of UBC: bright, motivated and energetic. Helping students to grow requires learning support – from libraries, to museums and admissions – along with providing a caring environment, academic advice and opportunities for fun. Help develop a future generation of leaders.

Information technology

UBC depends on information creation, consumption and sharing.  As researchers pore over massive databases, and students do everything from their smartphone, laptop or tablet, you can help ensure everyone can learn, work, and connect seamlessly.

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