Careers

The NCC offers exciting career opportunities in the National Capital Region. Join our team, and contribute to building a capital that is a dynamic and inspiring source of pride for all Canadians, and a legacy for generations to come.

Our diverse team includes urban planners, architects, engineers, environment and conservation officers, project managers, landscape architects, and communications professionals, as well as property management, finance and administration specialists, and more.

Why you should join the NCC

  • Work with creative and innovative experts from many disciplines.
  • Make a lasting contribution to nation building and sustainable urbanism initiatives.
  • Become a member of the federal public service, with comprehensive benefits and a pension plan.
  • Be part of a diverse, multicultural and inclusive workplace.
  • Take advantage of professional development and continuous learning opportunities.
  • Participate in athletic, recreational and social activities organized by our Sports and Social Club.

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Student Jobs #

Students play a big part in making Canada’s Capital Region a vibrant, green and engaging capital for all Canadians. Up to 200 students are hired by the NCC each year for a variety of jobs.

For summer jobs, check for opportunities from January to April. We also hire students on co-op placements or on a part-time basis throughout the year.

You are eligible for an NCC student job if you

  • are returning to full-time studies
  • meet the requirements of the position, including language
  • are available for the entire term of the position

The student salary scale is based on the level of education required for the job.

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Employment Equity

Our objective is to ensure that our workforce is representative of the Canadian workforce. We actively recruit members of designated employment equity groups, and endeavour to create an inclusive environment for all employees. We strongly encourage candidates to self identify if they are an Aboriginal person, a member of a visible minority group or a person with a disability.