International Joint Commission (IJC)
More than a century of cooperation protecting shared waters

Careers

Recruitment campaigns to staff IJC offices in Windsor, Ottawa, and Washington, D.C., are posted here.

Senior Engineer Advisor - Deadline July 18, 2018

Environment and Climat Change Canada (ECCC) & the Canadian Section of the International Joint Commission (IJC) are looking for an outstanding candidate for a Senior Engineer Advisor position. If you care about protection of shared waters as much as protecting and conserving our natural heritage in Canada, these challenges are for you!

Manager, Engineering Division and Section Head, Project Manager - Deadline July 18, 2018

Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) & the International Joint Commission (IJC) are looking for outstanding candidates for various ENG-05 positions across Canada. If you care about protection of shared waters as much as protecting and conserving our natural heritage in Canada, these challenges are for you!

Canadian Commissioners (part-time positions; possibility of full-time Chairperson position) - Review of applications begin July 30, 2018

The Commissioners of the International Joint Commission have responsibility for preventing and resolving disputes between Canada and the United States of America concerning transboundary water and other environmental issues in a manner that serves the common good of both countries. The Commissioners are representatives of the IJC and not of the government that appoints them. Commissioners must work constructively with the other Canadian Commissioners, the U.S. Commissioners, and the U.S. and Canadian staff who serve the Commission. Canadian Commissioners generally hold office for a four-year term. Pursuant to the IJC’s Rules of Procedure, the Commissioners of the Canadian Section of the IJC shall appoint one of their number to serve as Chairperson of the Canadian Section. The Chairperson shall act as Chairperson at all meetings of the Commission held in Canada and serve as the Deputy Head of the Canadian Section, accountable for its sound financial management and human resources.


 

The International Joint Commission recruits its staff through the public services of the governments of Canada and the United States. For more information about these services, please see:

jobs-emplois.gc.ca

usajobs.gov