Choose your scenery, choose your story! 

Parks Canada protects and preserves natural and cultural treasures to ensure ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.

Our role

We are:

  • Guardians
  • Guides
  • Partners
  • Storytellers

5 reasons to choose the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park

  1. Job with a view
    You will enjoy prime access to nature and exceptional vantage points of the river and fjord during your working hours and/or free time. You’re sure to be amazed by the diversity of marine flora and fauna that you will observe here. 
  2. Be part of a welcoming, dynamic and passionate team
    A human-scale team means you will quickly find your niche. Further, you’ll have the chance to work side by side with individuals who cherish the St. Lawrence River and Saguenay Fjord, each of whom is devoted to nature conservation in their own way.
  3. Live in a vibrant region that brings people together
    A gathering place for millennia, Quebec’s Haute-Côte-Nord region is particularly lively during the summer. Here you will discover a wide variety of cultural and outdoor activities and festivals.
  4. Work in a safe and inclusive workplace
    Parks Canada is an organization that cares about the protection of natural and cultural resources and respect for its employees and their well-being, in addition to equality, diversity and inclusion.
  5. Diversify your experience and access job opportunities
    Employment opportunities with Parks Canada are vast and can open the door to a host of professional development and retraining opportunities. 


Job offers

Click here to view available positions.


For inquiries related to these positions, please contact:
Human resources team
Québec Field Unit


General information
Diversity, equity and inclusion in employment 

Parks Canada Agency is committed to the principles of diversity and employment equity under the Employment Equity Act and strives to ensure that its workforce is representative of Canadian society. We encourage women, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, and members of the visible minority and LGBTQ2+ communities to self-identify as part of their application.

In addition, Parks Canada is participating in Canada’s Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS), which aims to ensure that youth between the ages of 15 and 30, including those facing barriers to employment, have access to quality student employment opportunities.

Barriers to employment may include, but are not limited to:

  • Living with family responsibilities
  • Involved in the legal system
  • Residing in a rural or remote location
  • Living in a low-income household


Accommodation measures

Parks Canada is committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free workplace.

If you require accommodation at any stage of the selection process, please contact: Céline Lemay-Thibault, Human Resources Manager

All information received regarding accommodation will be kept confidential.

Employer status

The Parks Canada Agency’s status is established as a separate employer within the Public Service, as defined by the Financial Administration Act.

Although appointees to the Agency are part of the public service, the Parks Canada Agency has its own human resources management framework, distinct from that of the Public Service Employment Act, but consistent with the values of fairness, competency and respect and its management principles.

Personal information

In accordance with section 8.2(a) of the Privacy Act, information or material obtained directly from the applicant or otherwise by a selection committee used during a selection process to assess an applicant may be used in the selection review and recourse processes.

All relevant information may be provided to third parties, such as other applicants or their representatives, who have a legitimate reason to view the information.

Other opportunities

Parks Canada offers a wide variety of jobs from coast to coast.
To view job postings across Canada, click here.

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