Join FINTRAC in the fight against terrorist financing and money laundering

If you are a dynamic, energetic problem-solver who thrives in a team atmosphere where skills are valued and ideas welcomed, the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC) is the place for you.

We offer challenging learning environments, access to leading-edge technology, a comprehensive set of benefits, relocation assistance, and competitive salaries. FINTRAC is an equal opportunity employer and its human resources vision is to recruit and develop the highest calibre of people.

We take pride in our work environment, support a balanced personal and professional lifestyle and offer a commitment to continuous learning.

Does a career opportunity at FINTRAC pique your interest?

Over 300 employees unite their forces and expertise to make a difference in the fight against terrorist financing and money laundering.

FINTRAC offers a multitude of employment opportunities in areas such as:

FINTRAC has three regional offices and the headquarters are located in the National Capital Region.

Our regional offices are located in:

Students: Looking for a valuable work experience?

FINTRAC recognizes the importance of students in its organization. Therefore, we have been encouraging co-op programs in educational institutions for several years and have provided placements to a number of students in a variety of fields.

Every year, we recruit several co-op students, and placements have been available in various disciplines such as:

FINTRAC also supports the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP). For more information about this program, please visit the following website:

Students working at FINTRAC are put in a dynamic and challenging work environment which empowers them and provides a solid, valuable experience and a head start for their career.

Interested? Contact your co-op program coordinator for more information.

As an employer committed to a diverse workforce, we encourage candidates in designated groups – Women, Visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and Persons with disabilities – to apply and self-identify on their application. We are committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.

Any questions?
Please write to or contact the Human Resources Directorate at 613-947-1913.
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