Corps (Mise en forme avancée)

Does the Québec Ombudsman’s mission appeal to you?​ Would you like to contribute to it? We are always on the lookout for new talent.​

The Québec Ombudsman means:

A team of almost 200 people at the service of citizens.

An open work environment where staff well-being is important.

Stimulating and competitive work conditions:

  • 35-hour work weeks (flextime);
  • Hybrid work arrangements (telework and on-site work);
  • Work-life balance;
  • Training and professional development programs;
  • Offices in the heart of Québec City and Montréal;
  • 13 paid statutory holidays per year;
  • 20 paid vacation days per year after one year's service and 10 sick days per year;
  • Group insurance (life, wage-loss, health);
  • Pension plan with employer contribution;
  • Employee and family assistance program, including telemedicine;
  • Health and well-being program: amount allocated for physical activity.

Hiring process

After receiving your application, we evaluate your eligibility (education and career).
If you qualify, you may then be asked to take a written exam and be invited to an interview.