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In addition to the many benefits that come with working at UBC, UBC Sauder is also committed to:

Training and Professional Development

At UBC Sauder, we believe in the power of education and lifelong learning so we support our team members' professional growth through committed leaders, coaching, and a wide variety of professional development opportunities.

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Health and Wellbeing

UBC Sauder is committed to providing a variety of initiatives to support our health and wellbeing, this may include: nutrition, mindfulness and other wellness workshops, ergonomics assessment, an annual flu shot clinic, bring your dog to work day, and many other fun ways to learn and engage throughout the year.

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Community and Events

We love to connect with one another! We hold numerous employee and community social events throughout the year including barbecues, fundraising/community events, sports and Sun Runs, Bring Your Kids to Work Day, networking events and more.

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Recognition Programs

At UBC Sauder, we have a variety of programs in place to recognize a job well done. This includes our annual Employee Awards program, celebrating long-term service anniversaries, and sharing shoutouts on our faculty-wide intranet, and more. We also care deeply about our colleagues in times of difficulty and offer the Robert Helsley Employee Support Fund to provide employees funding when experiencing times of hardship in their lives.

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Additional Perks

More great perks that make UBC one of Canada’s Top Employers:

Hybrid Remote Work
Remote work

Hybrid Remote Work

Hybrid remote work will be considered depending on the type of work.
Pension Plan
Pension plan

Pension Plan

The UBC Staff Pension Plan (SPP) is based on your pensionable service and your best average earnings (salary). The Plan is financed by fixed contributions made by you and UBC.

Tuition Waivers
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Tuition Waivers

You and/or your dependents can take up to 12 credits of UBC courses, or (for eligible employee groups) the dollar equivalent in UBC Extended Learning non-credit courses, or approved UBC Sauder School of Business Studies non-credit courses every 12-month period.
Health Spending Account
Health spending

Health Spending Account

UBC provides a Health Spending Account (HSA), which provides an annual credit to pay for certain expenses that are not covered by UBC’s Extended Health and Dental Plans.
Maternity, Parental, and Adoptive Leave
Paternity leave

Maternity, Parental, and Adoptive Leave

At UBC, new parents receive a salary top up in addition to EI benefits.

Are you ready to start your journey with UBC Sauder?