WHO WE ARE
The LCBO is the world's largest purchaser of beverage alcohol, buying wine, spirits and beer from more than 60 countries for Ontario consumers and licensees. We shop the world for you.
Headquartered in downtown Toronto, ON, the LCBO operates some 600 stores and various other outlets across Ontario as well as five regional warehouse facilities. An integrated distribution and retailing network makes quality products regularly available to our customers.
A record-breaking bottom line and back-to-back “Innovative Retailer of the Year” awards highlight the LCBO's status as a customer-focused, forward-thinking organization that continually seeks new insights into the needs of the marketplace, and finds creative ways to proactively meet them.
At the LCBO, we believe that true innovation should extend not only to dynamic merchandising programs, special events and strategic partnerships, but also to leading-edge systems and socially responsible business practices that reflect our leadership role in the industry. As a socially responsible retailer our Challenge and Refusal and Check 25 programs ensure sales are made in a safe and responsible manner. It may not be standard business practice, but it's the sort of proactive initiative you would expect from the LCBO.
We are proud to make the most exceptional quality products from around the world available to our customers. It is the LCBO’s network of engaged individuals who are also responsible for making the company today’s beverage alcohol retailer of choice. The highly complex operation is backed by a team of diversified, knowledgeable and socially responsible employees who are committed to providing exceptional customer service.
JOIN OUR TEAM
The LCBO prides itself on being a quality employer with a comprehensive benefits package that includes life insurance, sickness and disability income benefits and health benefits. Our pension plans are “contributory defined benefit” plans that provide a pension based on a set formula.
We also provide exciting career opportunities in a variety of areas. Join us and play a key role in running an innovative, multi-billion dollar provincial government enterprise that continues to serve the public and provide challenging and rewarding career advancement.
The LCBO is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing employment in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If contacted for an employment opportunity or testing, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation.
As a condition of employment consideration:
- Past and current work performance references will be obtained from your employer(s)
- Security checks are required
- You must be legally entitled to work in Canada
- You must be at least 18 years of age to qualify for consideration for employment in our retail outlets and warehouse facilities
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT
Information requested for employment purposes is treated as confidential, subject to compliance with the disclosure provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O. 1990 c.F.31 and collected under the authority of the Liquor Control Act, Sec.3(n), R.S.O. 1990 c.L.18, s.3(n) for the purpose of assessing suitability for employment with the LCBO. For further information regarding the collection, use or disclosure of this information, please contact the Freedom of Information Office at 416 864-2462.
PUBLIC SERVICE OF ONTARIO ACT, 2006 (PSOA)
LCBO employees are deemed Public Servants of the Ontario Government. The PSOA establishes an ethical framework for all public servants. Under the regulations of the PSOA all new employees, upon commencement of employment, are required to swear or affirm an oath of office and an oath of allegiance to the Crown.
EMPLOYMENT OF RELATIVES/CONFLICT OF INTEREST
LCBO policies are designed to support a fair job selection and advancement of the employment process, and to provide a workplace that is free from actual or perceived conflicts of interest and perceptions of bias that arise or may arise from a work relationship between an employee and a member of that employee’s immediate family. To ensure adherence with LCBO policies, individuals may be required to disclose LCBO employees who are immediate family members at time of an employment offer.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
In its commitment to promote fair and equitable treatment of all employees and applicants, the LCBO provides equal employment opportunities for all individuals regardless of age, sex, disability, race, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sexual orientation, marital status or any other ground as described in the Ontario Human Rights Code. The LCBO’s implementation and support of employment initiatives, encourage diversified labour force participation and equal access to opportunities based on merit and performance.