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New Employee

Welcome to our team! 

Congratulations and welcome to the City of Burnaby! We are very happy to have you join our organization. You are now part of a world-class city committed to creating and sustaining the best quality of life for our community.

As you will come to discover, Burnaby is a great place to live, learn, work and play. We constantly strive to deliver first class services to our entire community and to create a municipal infrastructure that is second to none in Canada. With this in mind, we hire people who share the same passion; those with the drive and determination to grow and contribute to our exceptional team. People like you!

We look forward to having you aboard and welcome you to explore this page for more information to ensure your start at the City flows smoothly and seamlessly. If you have any questions, please connect with our Human Resources team at 604-294-7303.

New Employee Guide

New Employee Guide

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Preparing for your Sign-On Appointment

As a new employee, there are a few documents that you will need to complete before your first day on the job!

At your sign-on appointment, you will meet with a member of the Human Resources Recruitment team to go over your paperwork and submit your completed forms (linked below) to the recruiter. If you have any questions about completing these forms, your recruiter will be able to assist you during your sign-on meeting.

Please note that if you do not have access to a printer, please complete these forms electronically and email them to your recruiter for printing prior to your sign-on appointment.

Forms: Regular & Temporary Full Time Employees

Forms: Auxiliary & Regular Part Time Employees

What to Bring to your Sign-On Appointment 

  • Driver's License or Government-issued Photo Identification
  • Social Insurance Card or Letter of Assessment from your tax return
  • Void Cheque to set up direct deposit
    Note: If you don't have a void cheque, ask your bank to provide you with a direct deposit form
  •  Care Card for you and any dependents (Regular Full Time, Temporary Full Time and Regular Part Time appointments only)

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All City of Burnaby employees require a photo identification card. At sign-on we will take a quick photo of you and your employee ID card will be issued when you start work.


We're glad you've joined our team!

To learn more about working for the city, check out the links below.

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Welcome to City of Burnaby 

Discover what your new organization is all about by exploring the Corporate Strategic Plan and hearing form employees on how we live our vision and values. 

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Meet our Team 

Meet our Mayor & Council, Management Committee, and Senior Leaders at the City of Burnaby.

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How to Find Us 

Explore the 98.6 kmBurnaby Office to help you navigate through our wide-spread organization. 

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Your Benefits 

Learn about your benefits at the City of Burnaby including Medical, Group Life Insurance, Municipal Pension Plan, Burnaby Municipal Benefit Society and Employee & Family Assistance Program. 

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Health & Well-being 

At the City of Burnaby, we make health and wellness a priority. Check out the various events and activities we offer through our Healthy City committee as well as our online employee wellness platform. 

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Learning & Professional Development 

Get ready for your professional development journey with our annual Believe & Achieve training catalogue and External Learning Program.