BC Public Service
Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia
Salary $58,629.96 – $66,726.25 annually
An opportunity to help protect BC’s most vulnerable citizens
The Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia (PGT) is an independent statutory corporation sole and acts under provincial legislation to protect the legal rights and interests of children, vulnerable adults and deceased and missing persons. Promoting family involvement in securing protection for individuals or their estates is priority one for the Public Guardian and Trustee.
The Services to Adults Division delivers a wide range of individualized services to or on behalf of vulnerable adults who require assistance in managing, protecting, and making decisions about their personal, financial or legal affairs. Vulnerable adults may require assistance by reason of mental illness, developmental disability, traumatic brain injury or degenerative conditions affecting brain functions (e.g.: dementia).
In this role, the Regional Consultant provides protective financial, legal and health care services to vulnerable adults within the community. We are seeking a results-oriented individual with highly effective communication and analytical skills.
The PGT offers a competitive salary package which includes a comprehensive medical plan, pension plan, wellness benefits, and flexible hours of work. As a BC public servant, employees may also choose to participate in the BC Student Loan forgiveness program or apply for a new scholarship to continue their learning and professional development. For more information, please see What We Offer.
Qualifications for this role include:
- Bachelor of Social Work. Degrees in social sciences discipline may be considered (e.g. psychology, sociology, gerontology, or related field).
- Preference may be given to candidates with a Master’s Degree.
- Minimum of three years of progressive and recent related experience working in a setting oriented towards providing services to people with disabilities, a mental illness, developmental disability, traumatic brain injury or degenerative conditions affecting brain functions (e.g. dementia).
To learn more, including how to apply online by August 20, 2019, please visit: