The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages (OCOL) is an organization whose workplace is challenging and rewarding, focused on cooperation and fully bilingual.
The Commissioner of Official Languages reports directly to Parliament; therefore, he is independent from the government. However, OCOL employees (there are approximately 175) are part of the federal public service and receive all the benefits of this status, including flexible work schedules, competitive salaries and professional development.
OCOL employees are professionals who are passionate about their work and are involved in projects dealing with various activities:
- audits and investigations
- legal affairs
- policy, research and communications
Are you interested in a job with OCOL or elsewhere in the public service? The links below will provide you with more information.
Jobs open to the public
- To apply for a job with OCOL or to find out about the federal public service hiring process, visit the Public Service Commission of Canada's Web site.
Jobs open to federal employees
- For certain positions with OCOL and other federal institutions, only people who already hold a position in the federal public service may apply. These offers are posted on the Publiservice Web site.
Jobs open to students
OCOL occasionally hires students through the following federal programs:
You can also send us your resumé by e-mail. We will keep it on file so that we can access it as needed.