Thermoelectric properties of the spark plasma sintered n-type Bi2Te2.7Se0.3 compounds were characterized with the sintering temperature, time and hydrogen reduction process. The Seebeck coefficient, electrical resistivity and thermal conductivity were dependent on hydrogen reduction process as well as sintering temperature. The Seebeck coefficient and electrical resistivity decreased and thermal conductivity increased with reduction treatment and sintering temperature. The results suggest that the carrier density varies with the dissolved oxygen and Te vacancies generated during the pulverization process. The highest figure of merit of 3.11×10-3/K was obtained for the compounds spark plasma sintered at 460°C for 16min by using the reduced powders.