The executive is made up of nineteen members plus ten alternates.
The president and secretary-treasurer are full-time elected officers who manage CUPE BC's day-to-day activities. The president is also the official spokesperson for CUPE BC.
Four general vice-presidents are elected by the convention. They are responsible for key union sectors and programs. The general vice-presidents and the full-time officers form CUPE BC's administration committee.
Nine regional vice-presidents are elected from six provincial regions (three are from Metro Vancouver, two from Vancouver Island and one each from the Kootenays, Okanagan, Fraser Valley and the North.) They act as liaisons from the regions to the executive board and chair CUPE BC committees. There is one alternate regional vice-president elected from each region.
Four diversity vice-presidents are elected to represent the interests and concerns of workers of colour, indigenous workers, persons with disabilities and pink triangle members.