What we offer
Justice and Solicitor General offers: employment opportunities for students and graduates at various levels of experience; interesting, challenging, and rewarding work; a culture of respect, accountability, integrity and excellence; professional development, learning, and career growth; and a supportive and safe work environment.
Competitive Benefits Package
Learning and Development
New Employee Orientation
Rewards and Recognition Program
Flexible Work Arrangements
Employees of Justice and Solicitor General have access to a comprehensive benefit package which includes pension, health and dental insurance, prescription coverage, disability and life insurance plans.
Other benefits include:
Justice and Solicitor General provides resources and opportunities for employees to manage their career growth and development. Career resources include:
- Justice and Solicitor General Orientation sessions to familiarize employees with the public service and what can be expected working in our ministry.
- A personalized learning and development plan, updated each year, to help guide employees' personalized career growth.
- Professional development through on-the-job training plus a variety of courses and programs, such as the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General Mentoring Program.
At Justice and Solicitor General we are committed to supporting our staff. The New Employee Orientation Program has been developed to introduce new employees to the people, resources and tools that will foster a successful career path.
Justice and Solicitor General supports a culture of recognition. Our Ministry recognizes employees formally through annual ceremonies as well as informally by acknowledging daily the hard work and efforts of those around us.
The Leadership Program supports employees to develop their leadership practices. The 18 month program offers employees leadership education, assessment and feedback, development experiences, and a chance to build new relationships with colleagues and mentors.
Secondments are opportunities for employees to temporarily work in a different position to gain new knowledge or share their own expertise. The secondee returns to their original position when the secondment term is completed. Secondments facilitate employee development by providing an opportunity for cross training and the sharing of knowledge.
Where operationally feasible, employees may be able to access flexible work options and schedules to support work-life balance.