Are you passionate about human rights? The Alberta Human Rights Commission works to foster equality and reduce discrimination through public education, community initiatives, resolving human rights complaints, and tribunal hearings.

The Commission is proud to have a diverse staff who strive to uphold human rights principles and create a culture of inclusion in Alberta. We value individuals who bring diverse experience, skills, and lived experience to our organization. We seek individuals who are committed to public service and who share our values, including our commitment to reconciliation.

The Commission is an equal opportunity employer. Employment is based upon personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination based on any of the protected grounds covered under the Alberta Human Rights Act. Accommodations are available during the hiring process upon request.

Join our team! Check out our current postings and apply online.

Current Opportunities

The Commission is seeking interest from First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people to participate in its Indigenous Advisory Circle.

The mandate of the Circle is to provide independent advice and perspectives to the Commission on its strategies to address and reduce discrimination faced by Indigenous Peoples in Alberta.

Check out this opportunity!