Apply to become a CPABC Employment Partner:
As a CPABC Employment Partner, we trust that your organization will, within its business constraints, provide the resources, training, opportunities for advancement, and experience relevant to employees in the CPA program, and will endeavour to provide CPAs in your organization with the appropriate support and resources to meet their continuing professional development needs.
In return, CPABC will provide your organization with opportunities to access CPA members, candidates and students in person, on campus, at job fairs, recruiting events, and online through the CPABC Careers Site.
CPABC will provide your organization with numerous opportunities to ensure that your profile and career opportunities are well known to CPABC's members, candidates and students, as well as to students graduating from BC's post-secondary schools.
Some of the benefits available to CPABC Employment Partners include:
There is no membership fee to join the CPABC Employer Program. Nor is it a legally binding relationship: employers may withdraw from the program by submitting a request in writing to CPABC (email@example.com). CPABC reserves the right to remove employers from the program who may not be acting in good faith or in the spirit of the program. Program applications will only be approved for employers, recruitment firms are not eligible to participate in the program. As a CPABC Employment Partner, your organization consents to receive updates and event invitations via email from CPABC and may withdraw this consent at any time by emailing (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We're confident that these benefits will assist you in meeting the goal of providing enhanced access to the best possible talent for your organization. We would also be glad to work with you to tailor specific events and programs that meet your recruitment needs. If you have an idea for a CPABC event or suggestions on how to improve the program, please contact:
Manager, Employer Relations
Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia