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 current Opportunities

Join the IPC as we embark on a journey of becoming a modern and effective regulator where employees have a chance to have a real, positive impact on the access and privacy rights of Ontarians. As an aspiring employer of choice, we offer our employees a hybrid work arrangement for healthy work-life balance and strive to create a positive organizational culture where employees feel engaged, empowered and proud to be part of the IPC community.

When we asked our employees what being “an IPC’er” means to them, here’s what they said: 

 It means working for the common goals of providing access to information and encouraging privacy protective measures for Ontarians."
 Pride in serving Ontario through education, oversight and protection of access and privacy rights - and constant evolution and modernization."
 “Being a team player and being supportive of my colleagues and their work. Always acting with integrity and going above and beyond to deliver quality work for the people of Ontario.”
 “Being an IPC’er means taking pride in what I do. It means having the great privilege of working with smart, kind and caring people, on fascinating issues, with common purpose and commitment to advance the public interest."
 “Being a part of a long-standing respected government agency that is innovative and strives to treat all internal and external parties fairly."
 “It means having family that has your back!"
Job advertisements where bilingualism is considered an asset will be posted in both English and French on the website. Positions that are not bilingual are not translated and are posted in English only on our website.
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