As the regulatory body for pharmacy practice in Alberta, the Alberta College of Pharmacy employs a committed team to support our mandate. Our team members thrive in a fast-paced environment, and are passionate about supporting and protecting the public’s health and well-being.

We value:

  • the health, safety, and well-being of Albertans
  • professional and ethical conduct in all we do
  • transparent expectations and processes
  • accountability for decisions and actions
  • collaboration and partnerships
  • innovation and creativity in fulfilling our mission
  • a positive culture and working environment for our employees

Learn more about our mission, vision, mandate, and business practices.

Why work for ACP?

ACP is committed to creating a positive culture and working environment for our team members. We strive to celebrate team member contributions, promote continuous learning, and ensure that our team members are empowered and satisfied.

Every team member receives:

  • Ongoing professional development
  • Team development sessions
  • Opportunities to participate in community service initiatives
  • Social activities during office hours
  • A competitive compensation and benefit package
  • A paid break between Christmas and New Year’s Day

Current opportunities

Information Management & Technology Director

We’re looking for an inspirational IT leader who empowers and supports their team.

As ACP’s Information Management and Technology Director, you will lead and mentor a diverse, talented, and enthusiastic team eager to take the college to a new level. You are innovative and work collaboratively to seek new approaches and solutions. You are accountable for completing projects and are driven to meet commitments. In addition, you have led teams through complex projects that have transformed an organization.

ACP is transforming. Our IT team plays a critical role in our success.

View this exciting job posting.

Investigator (One-year contract, casual part-time)

The complaints resolution process is one of the most important functions of the Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP). It is the college’s responsibility to thoroughly investigate each formal complaint we receive. Is there merit to the complaint? Can the issue be resolved by the complaints department? Will a hearing be necessary?

That’s where you might come in. ACP is looking for an Investigator.

View this exciting job posting.

To apply, please email  your cover letter and resume to:

Ashley Edwards Scott
Human Resources Advisor