Two Worlds Consulting is always looking for environmental and social professionals to grow with us. 

To reach out please contact us at, call us at (778) 400-3499, or toll free at (877) 567-5813.



We love what we do. We are an energetic and ambitious team of diverse professionals. The accelerating growth of our company reflects that spirit. Each day, we sit down to important work that contributes to environmental and social impact across Canada. Collaboration is key to our success and is reflected in our social and nurturing environment. We are always on the lookout for people who we feel can fit into our future.

Professional Development

TWC provides opportunities for employees to develop their career path and gain further insight into their field of interest. We provide opportunities for our team to enroll in training courses, shadow staff, and contribute to diverse projects. We want you to grow along with us and help define the future of what we can offer to our clients.


High level performance requires competitive and equitable compensation. Compensation is reviewed annually based on individual performance, but we also recognize your contribution to the team.


TWC offers extended benefits to eligible regular full-time team members, to support the health and well-being of team members and their dependents. We are committed to investing in our team, as much as they invest in us. Benefits currently offered by TWC are: vacation, RRSP matching, health and dental benefits, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Paid Time Off (PTO), flexible work hours and locations, a paid volunteer day, life insurance, and disability insurance.

Indigenous Internship Program

We believe in supporting the next generation of environmental and social consultants. In a similar fashion, we look to our interns for their valuable knowledge, ideas, and perspectives, so that our practices can continually renew and adapt.

We provide our interns and students with hands-on experiences that will allow them to gain knowledge of sustainable development, environmental effects, government regulations, and Indigenous cultures.

What you’ll be doing

Our internship and co-op program places students and recent graduates in full-time paid work positions for up to one year. During your time with us you will work in one of our offices. You will learn from our experienced team members in one-on-one and team settings. The work you will complete with us will involve all levels of government, Indigenous Nations and Industry.


To be eligible for the one year Internship Program you must be a recent graduate and under 30 years of age. To be eligible for the co-op positions, you must be registered in a full time college or university program. 

We give preference to Indigenous students for the internship and co-op placements.

How to apply

Our program is your chance to earn professional work experience and make valuable impacts along the way! To apply, please send your resume to or call (778) 400-3499.

We look forward to reviewing your application!