Auditor (18 month term)
The Law Society of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC

Full-Time – 18 month term

Come join our team! If you are looking for a career that is both challenging and rewarding, with an organization that embraces the core values of integrity and excellence, look no further.

The Law Society of BC offers work/life balance (35 hour work week), a collegial atmosphere, and an excellent benefits package, including extended health benefits, a dental plan, a generous health care spending account, and more.

The Law Society of British Columbia’s Trust Assurance department is seeking an experienced accounting professional with audit and investigation skills to fill an Auditor role on an 18-month term basis. Historically, many employees who have started at the Law Society as term employees have successfully posted into permanent positions by the end of their term.

The role

Auditors at the Law Society conduct compliance audits at new and established law firms throughout the Lower Mainland and the rest of BC to ensure that lawyers comply with the trust accounting and other professional conduct rules and identify potential misconduct related to financial matters. Auditors conduct investigation work from start to finish, including planning, executing, information collection, interviewing, analyzing and reporting. At the conclusion of the audit, they provide feedback to lawyers regarding their level of compliance with the rules and on the steps that should be taken to remedy any deficiencies. Serious non-compliant firms are referred to the Law Society’s Professional Conduct Department. Auditors also participate in the review and refinement of the Trust Assurance Program, including the continued development of audit procedures and reference materials such as the Trust Accounting Handbook.


Ideal candidates are confident and detail-oriented CPAs with 5+ years of accounting experience (including audit); have exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and are willing and able to travel throughout BC (10-20% out-of-town travel). Candidates must be able to meet deadlines while working autonomously, be detailed oriented, have exceptional writing skills and possess a keen desire to learn. Candidates require an investigative mindset, forensic and professional accounting skills. Advanced training in fraud and anti-money laundering related courses or CAMS, CFE or CIA designation would be considered an asset, and would be encouraged and financially supported for interested employees.

The applicant must hold a valid BC driver’s license and have access to a vehicle.

How to apply

To apply, please visit our website at We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

This position is located at the Law Society of British Columbia office in the Yaletown area of Vancouver, BC.

845 Cambie Street

Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 4Z9

Job Types: Full-time, Contract