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A career at TransLink and our family of companies means working with people with a wide range of skills and perspectives, all teaming up towards a common goal: preserving and enhancing the region's world-envied quality of life. Together, we connect the region and enhance its livability by providing a sustainable transit and transportation network, embraced by our communities and people.

Explore our current career opportunities and find more than just a job. We're one of BC's Top Employers — come find out why.

Career Opportunities


Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) is TransLink's largest operating company. We operate over 96% of the region's bus service as well as the SeaBus passenger ferries.

From human resources to mechanics, marine attendants and customer service representatives, you're sure to find a job that's right for you. 

Looking to be a bus operator? Visit the Bus Operator Opportunities section for all the details.

Job TitlePosted DateClosing Date
CMBC Supervisor, Operations2017/10/132017/10/27
CMBC Infrastructure Requirements Planner2017/10/12 Open until filled
CMBC Conventional Transit Operator Trainee (Bus Driver)2017/10/12 Open until filled
CMBC Inventory Procurement Analyst2017/10/07 Open until filled
CMBC Maintenance Systems Support Analyst2017/10/02 Open until filled
CMBC Community Transit Service Operator Trainee (Casual)2017/10/02 Open until filled
CMBC Power Line Technician2017/09/29 Open until filled
CMBC Maintenance Engineer - Mechanical2017/09/20 Open until filled
CMBC Maintenance Engineer In Training - Mechanical2017/09/20 Open until filled
CMBC Service Planner2017/09/10 Open until filled
CMBC Serviceperson Trainee2017/07/252017/11/29
CMBC Mgr, Infrastructure Asset Mmgt2017/07/24 Open until filled
CMBC Assistant Maintenance Mgr - VTC2017/07/18 Open until filled
CMBC Transit Power Electrician2017/06/05 Open until filled
CMBC Bodyperson2017/05/302017/10/30
CMBC Trans Engineer, Bus Ops2017/05/102017/11/29
CMBC Mechanic (3 positions)2017/02/24 Open until filled

British Columbia Rapid Transit Company (BCRTC), on behalf of TransLink, maintains and operates the Expo and Millennium SkyTrain lines. SkyTrain is the oldest and one of the longest fully-automated, driverless rapid transit systems in the world.

Find a job in administration, engineering, elevator, escalator or vehicle maintenance, filed operations and more.

Job TitlePosted DateClosing Date
BCRTC Plant Serviceperson2017/10/19 Open until filled
BCRTC Guideway Technician (4 positions)2017/10/172017/10/27
BCRTC Manager, Asset - Investment Planning2017/10/16 Open until filled
BCRTC Technical Analyst - Electrical2017/10/11 Open until filled
BCRTC Director, Fleet2017/10/10 Open until filled
BCRTC Support Shop Tech (Electrical) - FTT2017/10/06 Open until filled
BCRTC Manager, Support Shops2017/10/06 Open until filled
BCRTC Vehicle Technician2017/09/20 Open until filled
BCRTC Support Shop Tech (Mechanical)2017/09/14 Open until filled
BCRTC Project Scheduling Specialist2017/08/24 Open until filled
BCRTC Manager, Fleet Assets2017/08/22 Open until filled
BCRTC eLearning Designer2017/08/14 Open until filled
BCRTC Electronic Technician (2 positions)2017/07/31 Open until filled
BCRTC Director, Rail Contracts and Operations Planning2017/07/24 Open until filled
BCRTC Machinist2017/05/24 Open until filled
BCRTC Elevator Escalator Technician FTR2017/02/09 Open until filled
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West Coast Express (WCE) has been serving the Lower Mainland since 1995 and provides more than 2.8 million trips per year. Every weekday more than 11,000 customers get on/off WCE at one of eight stations going to/from downtown Vancouver and Mission.

There are currently no job opportunities with WCE.

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Transit Police is an equal opportunity employer.

We're a multi-jurisdictional police service working alongside all our policing partners to ensure a safe and secure transit system for everyone. We work to reassure the communities and citizens we serve that their safety is our priority and offer recruit, exempt and civilian career opportunities.

Being a member of the Transit Police gives you a chance to grow and experience different types of policing services: foot patrol, plain clothes unit, mountain bike patrols, working as part of an integrated law enforcement team and much more. We offer an exciting and unique style of policing on and around Metro Vancouver's transit system.

No other police service walks the beat like we do.

Recruit Police Officer Opportunities


You'll be trained at the Justice Institute of BC, as you would for any other BC municipal police force. Once in the field, you'll be challenged to represent the organization with exceptional results.

In order for us to consider your application, you must be able to meet our basic qualifications, and we look for applicants who posses our preferred skills.

Basic Qualifications

  • Minimum 19 years of age 
  • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Physically fit and in excellent health
  • Grade 12 diploma; consideration given for GED and work experience
  • No criminal convictions for which a pardon has not been granted
  • No adult criminal charges pending
  • A valid Class 5 driver's licence with a good driving history
  • Type a minimum of 25 words per minute
  • Meet the Transit Police visual acuity and hearing standards

Preferred Qualifications

  • 30 credits of academic post secondary education from a recognized university or college
  • A degree or diploma in any field of study
  • Knowledge of a second language or culture
  • Valid First Aid Certificate
  • Community volunteer experience
  • Good interpersonal skills – history of working closely with the public

How to Apply

If you think you have the necessary skills required to become a Transit Police Officer, fill out our Recruit Police Officer Application form* and follow the instructions.

Questions? Email us at

*Note: if you're having issues viewing PDFs in your browser, please save the document to your computer and open it from there.

Exempt Police Officer Opportunities

Are you a member of, or recently retired from, a recognized police service in Canada? Are you interested in a career change but want to stay in policing? Then you owe it to yourself to explore the career opportunities that Transit Police can offer you!

You'll get excellent pay and benefits, and won't be disappointed.

How to Apply

If you're interested in finding more than just a job, fill out our Exempt Police Officer Application form* and follow the instructions.

Questions? Email us at

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Civilian Opportunities

We're looking for talented and driven people to fill the diverse and challenging civilian positions in our growing police service. Civilian opportunities include positions in IT, human resources, communications, administrative and managerial roles and more.

Job TitlePosted DateClosing Date
TSML - Communications Operator Trainee, Casual (5 vacancies)2017/10/132017/11/02
TSML Confidential Assistant, TP2017/07/19 Open until filled
TSML - Police Communications Operator, FTR2017/03/20 Open until filled

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