The Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) is looking for motivated individuals who are driven to positively impact electrical safety. ESA’s team of 400 dedicated safety professionals is focused on the mandate to improve electrical safety for the people of Ontario. We administer and enforce Ontario’s electrical safety regulations through the delivery of a wide range of services and initiatives that are supported by our safety stakeholders.
ESA offers key benefits, including:
- Competitive Salary
- Membership in the ESA defined- benefit Pension Plan
- Comprehensive Health & Dental Benefits Coverage
- Opportunities for Career Advancement
- Confidential Employee Assistance Program
If you are interested in pursuing employment with the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA), please click on the link below to view position(s) and to apply On-line.
Become an Inspector at ESA
ESA is looking for electrical inspectors to join our teams across the province. If becoming an Inspector is of interest to you, and you meet the requirements listed in the job posting, we ask you to submit your online application, including a detailed resume of your previous employment and work history. If your application is selected for further processing you will be notified by email. We thank you for your interest in ESA and Electrical Safety.
Christine S., Customer Service Representative
“Working for ESA at the CSC is rewarding, challenging and fun. As a team we are all dedicated to improving electrical safety for the people of Ontario.”
Diana Madill, Inspector
"ESA's given me the opportunity to work with some of the most knowledgeable and dedicated professionals in the industry, making the transition from Electrician to Inspector very rewarding and valuable."
Tony Moscioni, Senior Inspector
"Working with ESA has been rewarding and fulfilling; an exciting journey over the last 20 years. I have no hesitation recommending this organization as one of Ontario's best companies."
Paving the Way in Electrical Safety
More women are pursuing lucrative careers as skilled tradespersons thanks to trailblazers like ESA Inspector, Cheryl Carbis. For her contributions, Cheryl earned a YWCA Toronto Woman of Distinction Award in 2014.