Welcome to the Partnership Job Board! The Partnership Job Board lists positions available to library and information personnel from coast to coast to coast. The Job Board was developed and is managed by the British Columbia Library Association to support members of The Partnership, Canada’s national network of provincial and territorial library associations. The Job Board is free to job seekers, and is a paid service for employers. The employer is responsible for all job posting content. BCLA does not participate in the hiring process and does not forward messages or applications to employers.

NEW! Please update your records with our NEW MAILING ADDRESS:

British Columbia Library Association
Attn: Partnership Job Board
PO BOX 19008 Rocky Point PO
Port Moody, BC V3H 0J1

Once a position is submitted to The Partnership Job Board it will be posted and publicly available for viewing within 48 hours.

For assistance, please email bclaoffice@bcla.bc.ca

Recent Postings

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Toronto District School Board
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The cost to post is $55 for institutional members of a provincial or territorial Library Association in the Partnership, and $85 for non-members. If you have already registered as an employer, please log in above. If not, you will need to register then confirm your registration and complete your details.

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