Retiring from BCIT?
We’ve got FAQs in place to help you start planning for retirement.
Your pension benefits and retirement planning
Retirement can be a time of significant change and may include financial, social or health considerations.
Whether retirement comes when you expect it or not, BCIT encourages its employees to plan ahead.
The Pension Corporation of British Columbia is responsible for the administration of your defined benefit pension plan. To learn more about your pension plan and the various benefits of the plan, visit www.pensionsbc.ca.
Are you new to Pension plans and want to know more? Check out our FAQ document [PDF].
Are you temporarily transferring Pension Plans due to a temporary contract and want to understand how this will affect your pension? Check out our Pension – Internal Transfer FAQ document [PDF].
This page contains employee-focused content, and can only be accessed by the faculty and staff at BCIT. When accessing the forms below, you will be prompted to login to the Loop:
- College Pension Plan – Enrollment Election Form
- College Pension Plan – Waiver of Coverage Form
- College Pension Plan – Declaration of Employment Form
- Municipal Pension Plan – Declaration of Employment Form
Planning for retirement doesn’t have to be daunting. Find out what you are entitled to and learn more about retiring from BCIT.
We’ve gathered many useful resources to assist you with this life transition.
Still looking for more information? Check out our frequently asked questions or our retiring guide for part-time studies instructors [PDF].
Working after 65
Refer to the appropriate Memorandum of Agreement or Collective Agreement for detailed information about changes affecting your employment conditions and benefits at BCIT.
BCGEU Support Staff [PDF]
BCGEU Faculty [PDF]
Faculty and Staff Association – please see your collective agreement.