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Current Employment Opportunities

    • 30 Nov 2017
    • 26 Jan 2018
    • City of Hamilton

    OUR VISION
    To be the best place in Canada to raise a child, promote innovation, engage citizens and provide diverse economic opportunities.


    JOB POSTING


     

    2018 Summer Student Recruitment – GENERAL LABOURERS

    The City of Hamilton’s 2018 Summer Student Recruitment Program is underway. Please visit www.hamilton.ca/careers  for additional information.  The posting will be open from November 27th, 2017 through to January 26th, 2018. 

    Hourly rate of Pay: $14.00

    NEW APPLICANTS ONLY- This category is for new applicants only.  If you held a summer student position last summer with the City of Hamilton and wish to return to that position, please apply to the Returning Summer Students category. You may opt to apply as a new student if you are wishing to change positions.

    E-MAIL ADDRESS REQUIRED- Please ensure that you provide an e-mail address – i.e. hotmail account - where we will be able to forward to you correspondence, not only throughout your summer placement, but for correspondence that may need to be sent to you after your placement has ended.

    GENERAL LABOURER POSITIONS - The Summer work-term for a General Labourer Summer Student position will commence late April/early May and runs until Labour Day in September and you must be available to work the whole work term. You are required to be available to work rotating shifts and weekends and you may be assigned to work at one of many locations across the City of Hamilton. Duties include but are not limited to, maintenance of various Parks, Cemeteries and Horticulture assets. You may be required to operate a variety of equipment such as light duty vehicles, machinery and power hand held tools. Labouring duties will be expected on a daily basis and include climbing, lifting, balancing, kneeling, stooping, walking, handling materials to assist in the maintenance of City facilities and infrastructure. You will be required to work in all outdoor environments.

    Parks/Cemeteries
    In this capacity preference will be given to candidates with landscape construction and/or parks maintenance, garden centre/greenhouse, agricultural, and to students that have completed a minimum of 1 to 2 years in a related College or University Program. 

    Play Structures
    In this capacity preference will be given to students with shop, construction, and/or painting experience.

    Horticulture 
    In this capacity preference will be given to students with a general interest in Horticulture and/or experience working in a greenhouse transplanting plants and propagating (growing) plants, and to students that have completed a minimum of 1 to 2 years in a related College or University Program. 

    Waste Collection
    Students hired in our Waste Collection section will assist full-time crew in the collection of waste throughout Hamilton. Must have excellent hand/eye coordination and have sufficient physical strength and ability to independently and repeatedly lift, move, pull, push bend, reach, grip, step, walk, drive, twist, climb, squat and carry objects weighing up to 23 Kg (50 lbs) or more if designated to provide bulk collection service with a partner. During the summer months, general work hours are 6:00 am – 2:00 pm.

    *NOTE 1:  As some of the positions within this category require you to drive a City vehicle, you must have a current Class G licence, free of demerit points.  Students holding a Class G1 or Class G2 will not be permitted to drive a City vehicle.
    ** If you possess a driver's licence, please make notation of the class of your driver's licence on your resume.** Preference will be given to those candidates who possess a Class G licence. 

    *NOTE 2:  All questions on the job questionnaire must be answered and your updated resume included.  Failure to do so will disqualify your summer application.

    We thank all applicants for their interest in these positions, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.



    • 09 Jan 2018
    • 24 Jan 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • Pittock Conservation Area (Woodstock, ON)

    The Upper Thames River Conservation Authority is currently accepting resumes for the short fixed-term contract position of Conservation Area Clerk at Pittock Conservation Area. This position will be up to 35 weeks in length (February 20 – October 19, 2018).

    Reporting to the Conservation Areas Superintendent, the Conservation Area Clerk will be responsible for the operation of the gatehouse and registration office. The position will also assist the Superintendent with the administration responsibilities of the Conservation Area. 

    Responsibilities: 

    • Teach, train and monitor seasonal staff operations 
    • Analysis and correction of errors to shift reports 
    • Collection of revenue according to UTRCA policies 
    • Education of campers in regards to administrative policies and procedures 
    • Liaise with special events, programming, facility booking and media groups 
    • Ensuring administrative needs of the CA are met 
    • Troubleshoot and communicate CAMIS and Silver Everest reservation system problems with Superintendent and system provider 
    • Assist with other Conservation Area duties as required 

    Qualifications: 

    • Minimum grade 12 education with 3 years experience in a recreational and/or hospitality setting 
    • Recent experience in revenue collection 
    • Prior staff supervisory experience necessary 
    • CAMIS/Everest experience preferred 
    • Intermediate computer skills 
    • Ability to work in busy, stressful situations 
    • Valid Driver’s License 
    • Valid CPR/First Aid Certificate 
    • Current Police Information Check 
    • Ability to work all weekends during operating season. Shifts include days, afternoons and evenings 
    • Excellent customer service and conflict resolution skills 

    Wage/Benefits: 

    • $21.25 - $25.85 / hour, plus 6% vacation pay 
    • Full time hours - 35 hours per week 
    • One sick day per month if needed 

    Start Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 

    Closing Date for Resumes: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 

    (Click here to download the original posting.)

    Please submit cover letter and resume to: jobs@thamesriver.on.ca 

    If you do not have access to email, please submit cover letter and resume to: 

    Mary Sloan, HR Assistant 
    Upper Thames River Conservation Authority 
    1424 Clarke Road, London ON, N5V 5B9 

    *Applicants will be contacted ONLY if an interview is required. 

    Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

    • 15 Jan 2018
    • 29 Jan 2018
    • City of Belleville


    IRRIGATION PERSON, PERMANENT

    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    Closing Date: January 29, 2018
    Department: Transportation & Operations (Parks)
    File Number:  SV17-93
    Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    Salary: $22.64 - $26.63 per hour
    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    PURPOSE AND SCOPE:

    The City of Belleville’s Irrigation Person is responsible for the maintenance, repair and installation of irrigation systems in horticultural areas, sports fields, parks & open space. 

    EDUCATION/SPECIALIZED TRAINING/SKILLS:

    Essential (minimum) qualifications:

    • Grade 12 diploma
    • Successful Completion of  the Irrigation Association, Certified Irrigation Contractor (CIC) and/or  Certified Irrigation Designer – Landscape (CID)
    • A class “D” driver’s license, in good standing
    • Knowledge and understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) and the pertinent regulations

    Asset (preferred) qualifications:

    • Knowledge and understanding of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
    • Proficiency in computer use and operation (word processing, e-mail, databases, spread sheets)

    WORK EXPERIENCE:

    Essential (minimum) qualifications:

    Individuals will be required to have a minimum three (3) years of work experience in the following:

    • Irrigation system installation and maintenance of residential, commercial, and large area irrigation systems (golf and/or sport fields)
    • Pump specification, installation and repair

    Asset (preferred) qualifications:

    • Equipment Operation, loaders, trucks, trailers, tractors and implements and hand held equipment
    • Irrigation industry Best Practices

    Apply By Email: hrgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca

    Personal information and any supporting material will be administered in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA). We thank all applicants who apply but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    The City of Belleville is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Division to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process.

    Applicants will be required to provide at their own expense a satisfactory criminal reference check dated within the past six (6) months and if deemed a requirement of the position, a driver’s abstract to the Human Resources Department on or before the date of the interview but no later than the commencement of employment if selected.


    • 15 Jan 2018
    • 29 Jan 2018
    • City of Belleville



    TURFPERSON/INTEGRATED PEST TECHNICIAN, PERMANENT

    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    Closing Date: January 29, 2018
    Department: Transportation & Operations (Parks)
    File Number:  SV18-9
    Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm
    Salary: $22.64 - $26.63 per hour
    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    The City of Belleville Turfperson/Integrated Pest Technician (Certified) is responsible for the establishment, maintenance and upgrading of fine turf areas and sport fields.

    EDUCATION/SPECIALIZED TRAINING/SKILLS:

    • Diploma in turf management, plant sciences or a related field
    • A Class “D” drivers licence, in good standing
    • Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, Land Exterminator, Landscape Licence
    • Knowledge and understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) and the pertinent regulations
    • Knowledge and understanding of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
    • Proficiency in computer use and operation (word processing, e-mail, databases, spread sheets)

    WORK EXPERIENCE:

    • Individuals will be required to have a minimum three (3) years of related work experience
    • Experience in the establishment, maintenance and renovation of turf areas
    • Turf Equipment Operation, turf mowers, loaders, trucks, trailers, tractors and implements and hand held equipment
    • Turf species identification, usage and growing requirements
    • Weed identification and control
    • Turf Industry Best Practices
    • Turf Disease identification and insect identification

    Apply By Email: hrgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca

    Personal information and any supporting material will be administered in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA). We thank all applicants who apply but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    The City of Belleville is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Division to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process.

    Applicants will be required to provide at their own expense a satisfactory criminal reference check dated within the past six (6) months and if deemed a requirement of the position, a driver’s abstract to the Human Resources Department on or before the date of the interview but no later than the commencement of employment if selected.


    • 16 Jan 2018
    • 16 Feb 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA)

             

    Title:                        Gate Attendant 

    Work Period:            May to Labour Day

    Location:                  Brant Park; Guelph; Elora; Pinehurst; Rockwood; Belwood; Byng; Conestogo; Laurel Creek and Shades Mill

    Pay Range:              $14.00 per hour for over 18 years of age $13.15 per hour for under 18 years of age

    Shifts:                       40 Hours per week

    Summer Employment for Students

    Reporting to the Park Superintendent the gate attendant will assist in the daily operation of the gatehouse selling daily and seasonal permits and registering campers while providing excellent customer service.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Perform daily gate duties: issue day use and campsite permits, book reservations for group camping, pavilions and overnight campsites, receive and direct incoming telephone calls
    • Responsible for handling cash using a cash register with electronic payment and preparing detailed accurate daily cash reports
    • Be responsible for opening and closing facilities as required
    • Operate the Recreation Dynamics  reservation system and Microsoft RMS
    • Control and regulate visitor access to the conservation area
    • Provide information regarding the area, facilities and regulations
    • Respond to customer concerns and complaints courteously and effectively
    • Clean the gatehouse and maintain garden as required
    • Perform light maintenance duties as required

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Must be currently enrolled as a full time student
    • Previous experience in customer service and cash handling is preferred
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment
    • Basic computer skills is required
    • Ability to keep concise and accurate records
    • Valid Ontario driver’s license is an asset
    • Ability to work with limited supervision
    • Ability to work weekend shifts, evenings and holidays

    All successful candidates must be available to work the duration of the season and assigned shifts, 40 hours per week.

    TO APPLY:

    Please send your resume and cover letter (referencing Gate Attendant) by   e-mail to: careers@grandriver.ca  (Please send your resume and cover letter as an MS Word document.)

    The application deadline for summer positions is February 16, 2018. Applications will be accepted after that date however preference will be given to those submitted prior to the deadline.

    Please be advised that interviews will be held in early 2018. For best interview opportunities please apply as soon as possible. We will only contact applicants selected for an interview.

    Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.


    • 16 Jan 2018
    • 16 Feb 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA)

             

    Title:                          Park Maintenance

    Work Period:             May to Labour Day

    Location:                   Brant Park; Guelph; Elora; Pinehurst; Rockwood; Belwood; Byng; Conestogo; Laurel Creek and Shades Mill

    Pay Range:               $14.00 per hour for over 18 years of age / $13.15 per hour for under 18 years of age

    Shift:                          40 Hours per week

    Summer Employment for Students

    Reporting to the Park Superintendent the park maintenance students are responsible for various duties related to the operation and maintenance in the park during the summer months.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Assist with the day to day operational duties in the park such as cleaning washrooms, collecting garbage and maintaining grounds and beach areas and cutting grass
    • Perform trail maintenance and rehabilitation
    • Ensure the safe operation and daily inspection of GRCA owned and operated equipment
    • Operate various hand tools and powered equipment
    • Carry out all assigned duties in accordance with accepted safety practices of the Authority
    • Provide quality customer service
    • Maintain a thorough knowledge of park facilities and activities
    • Assist with Conservation Area special events

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Must be currently enrolled as a full time student
    • Interested in outdoor recreational programs
    • Previous experience working outdoors is preferred
    • Valid Ontario driver’s license
    • Experience with equipment operation including trucks, gators, riding mowers grass trimmers and hand tools an asset
    • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a team environment
    • Ability to work with minimum supervision
    • Some heavy lifting is required, i.e. picnic tables
    • Must be available to work weekends, evenings and holidays

    All successful applicants must possess their own Green Patch CSA approved safety boots, be able to work outdoors in all weather conditions and be available to work the duration of the season and assigned shifts, 40 hours per week.

    We offer comprehensive health and safety training.

    TO APPLY:

    Please send your resume and cover letter (referencing Student maintenance) by e-mail to: careers@grandriver.ca  (Please send your resume and cover letter as an MS Word document.)

    The application deadline for summer positions is February 16, 2018. Applications will be accepted after that date however preference will be given to those submitted prior to the deadline.

    Please be advised that interviews will be held in early 2018. For best interview opportunities please apply as soon as possible. We will only contact applicants selected for an interview.

    Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.


    • 16 Jan 2018
    • 16 Feb 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA)

    Title:                          Food Concession

    Work Period:             June to Labour Day

    Location:                   Brant Park, Byng, Guelph, Pinehurst, Conestogo

    Pay Range:               $14.00 per hour for over 18 years of age / $13.15 per hour for under 18 years of age

    Shift:                        Full and part time positions

    Summer Employment for Students

    Reporting to the Park Superintendent the food concession staff are responsible for performing a variety of duties related to the operation of the concession stand with an emphasis on food preparation, serving customers and maintaining a clean area.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Selling food and beverages to park customers
      • Responsible for taking orders and handling transactions
      • Responsible for balancing daily cash reports
      • Ensure food preparation is in compliance with Ontario Health Regulation
      • Receiving and stocking of supplies
      • Responsible for opening and closing facility as required
      • Maintaining a clean and safe area
      • Assist in the general maintenance and cleanliness of the park

      QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Excellent customer service and public relation skills
      • Food preparation experience is an asset
      • Knowledge of park facilities and activities
      • Basic math skills, so you can accurately account for cash and inventory
      • Ability to work weekend, evenings and holiday shifts

      All successful candidates must be available to work the duration of the season and assigned shifts.

      TO APPLY:

      Please send your resume and cover letter (referencing Food Concession) by e-mail to: careers@grandriver.ca  (Please send your resume and cover letter as an MS Word document.)

      The application deadline for summer positions is February 16, 2018. Applications will be accepted after that date however preference will be given to those submitted prior to the deadline.

      Please be advised that interviews will be held in early 2018. For best interview opportunities please apply as soon as possible. We will only contact applicants selected for an interview.

      Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.


      • 16 Jan 2018
      • 16 Feb 2018
      • 4:00 PM
      • Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA)

      Title:                          Security Guard

      Work Period:             May to Labour day  (Potential of additional shifts until October 15)

      Location:                  Brant Park; Guelph; Elora; Pinehurst; Rockwood; Belwood; Byng; Conestogo; Laurel Creek and Shades Mill

      Pay Range:               $15.00 per hour for over 18 years of age

      Shifts:                      40 hours per week

      Summer Employment for Students

      Reporting to the Park Superintendent the Security Guard will assist with the enforcement of policies and regulations within the conservation area to help ensure customer satisfaction and safety.

      RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • To regularly patrol the campgrounds and day use areas to ensure public satisfaction and safety
      • Enforce applicable Conservation Area policies and regulations on authority property
      • Respond to complaints and provide good customer service
      • Responsible for daily receipts and night deposits
      • Perform grounds and building maintenance such as washroom maintenance and litter collection

      QUALIFICATIONS:

      • Must be currently enrolled in post-secondary education in Policing or Enforcement related discipline
      • Must possess a Private Security and Investigative Services Act License
      • Valid First Aid and CPR certification
      • Familiarity with the Grand River Conservation Authority and park policies
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
      • Ability to keep accurate records
      • Must possess a valid Ontario Driver’s License
      • Must be able to work weekends, night shifts and holidays (mandatory)
      • Ability to work with minimum supervision

      All successful applicants must possess their own Green Patch CSA approved safety boots, be able to work outdoors in all weather conditions and be available to work assigned shifts for the duration of the season, 40 hours per week.

      We offer comprehensive health and safety training

      TO APPLY:

      Please send your resume and cover letter (referencing Security Guard) by e-mail to: careers@grandriver.ca  (Please send your resume and cover letter as an MS Word document.)

      The application deadline for summer positions is February 16, 2018. Applications will be accepted after that date however preference will be given to those submitted prior to the deadline.

      Please be advised that interviews will be held in early 2018. For best interview opportunities please apply as soon as possible. We will only contact applicants selected for an interview.

      Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.


    Past Employment Opportunities

    04 Jan 2018 RECREATION COORDINATOR - AQUATICS
    19 Dec 2017 Booking and Promotions Coordinator (Temporary - up to one year)
    04 Dec 2017 OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
    01 Dec 2017 PLANNER 3, RECREATION PLANNING
    27 Nov 2017 SUPERVISOR, PARKS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES (1 Year Contract)
    22 Nov 2017 LANDSCAPE TECHNICIAN
    16 Nov 2017 SENIOR PROGRAM COORDINATOR ~ Public Works Environmental Services
    13 Nov 2017 DIRECTOR, PARKS AND FORESTRY
    02 Nov 2017 DIRECTOR OF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
    19 Oct 2017 GREENHOUSE DISPLAY / GARDENER GROWER
    12 Oct 2017 FORESTRY SUPERVISOR (JOB #JO817-0854)
    04 Oct 2017 PROJECT MANAGER, PARKS
    28 Sep 2017 PARK PLANNING TECHNOLOGIST
    26 Sep 2017 PARKS PROJECT COORDINATOR
    25 Sep 2017 SUPERVISOR PROPERTY MGMT & MAINTENANCE
    15 Sep 2017 SUPERVISOR, PARKS MAINTENANCE
    07 Sep 2017 SUPERVISOR, PARKS AND RECREATION OPERATIONS (JOB NUMBER 164)
    05 Sep 2017 FORESTRY FOREMAN
    31 Aug 2017 FIRESMART ANALYST, RECOVERY
    28 Aug 2017 GARDENER GRADE 4
    25 Aug 2017 LEAD HAND, ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
    25 Aug 2017 HORTICULTURE TECHNICIAN (PERMANENT-FULL TIME)
    24 Aug 2017 LEAD HAND, DESIGN (G LICENSE)
    24 Aug 2017 ARBORIST
    20 Aug 2017 CURATORIAL GARDENER
    20 Aug 2017 HORTICULTURE MATERIALS COLLECTION SUPERVISOR
    08 Aug 2017 PARKS PROJECT TECHNICIAN
    04 Aug 2017 LEAD HAND, COMMUNITY SERVICES
    16 Jun 2017 Supervisor, Parks Infrastructure & Horticulture
    15 Jun 2017 Manager of Park Operations
    05 Jun 2017 Supervisor, Operations - Roads & Parks
    05 Jun 2017 Supervisor, Operations - Forestry
    31 May 2017 Park Operations Technician, Fanshawe Conservation Area (London, ON)
    25 May 2017 Parks & Open Space Supervisor
    24 May 2017 Recreation Coordinator
    16 May 2017 Lead Hand, Gardener (DZ License)
    11 May 2017 Field Services Technician - Forestry
    09 May 2017 Supervisor, Operations - Forestry
    09 May 2017 Supervisor, Operations - Roads & Parks
    02 May 2017 Curator/Instructor (Vegetable & Rose Garden)
    25 Apr 2017 Horticulture & Materials Collection Supervisor
    24 Apr 2017 Parks Lead Hand
    20 Apr 2017 Crew Leader, Forestry
    18 Apr 2017 Skilled Labourer - Turf/Forestry
    06 Apr 2017 Lead Hand, Guelph Lake C.A.
    06 Apr 2017 Lead Hand Elora Gorge C.A.
    06 Apr 2017 Turfperson / Integrated Pest Technician, Permanent
    05 Apr 2017 GARDENER II, DISTRICT (2)
    30 Mar 2017 Seasonal Supervisor - Horticulture and Materials Collection (Approx. 4 months)
    15 Mar 2017 City of Toronto 2017 Parks Jobs
    13 Mar 2017 Temporary Labourer - Parks
    03 Mar 2017 Seasonal Horticulturalist (6 Month Contract)
    03 Mar 2017 Supervisor of Parks
    02 Mar 2017 Afternoon Supervisor
    02 Mar 2017 Supervisor of Parks and Roads
    28 Feb 2017 Manager, Design
    27 Feb 2017 Supervisor of Parks and Forestry
    15 Feb 2017 Student Opportunity - Seasonal Parks Worker
    14 Feb 2017 Parks Handyworker 3
    08 Feb 2017 Supervisor II Parks & Recreation Operations, File# M-09-17E
    02 Feb 2017 Horticulture Supervisor, Section 5 (OGT, QVP, Kingsbridge Park, Rapidsview, Dufferin Islands)
    02 Feb 2017 Horticulture Supervisor, North Parks
    02 Feb 2017 Supervisor, Forestry and Environmental Management
    30 Jan 2017 Upper Thames River Conservation Authority 2017 Seasonal Positions
    20 Jan 2017 Supervisor, Sports Fields and Turf
    20 Jan 2017 Turfperson / Integrated Pest Technician, Permanent
    09 Jan 2017 Irrigation Specialist (Seasonal)
    09 Jan 2017 Horticulture and Materials Collection Supervisor
    22 Dec 2016 Manager - Parks & Open Spaces
    22 Dec 2016 Landscape Technician / Urban Forestry Project Manager (3-year contract)
    21 Dec 2016 Seasonal Forestry Operator (6 months)
    21 Dec 2016 Seasonal Sports Field Operator (6 months)
    21 Dec 2016 Seasonal Gardener (6 months)
    21 Dec 2016 Seasonal Assistant Gardener (6 months)
    21 Dec 2016 Seasonal Turf Operator (6 months)
    16 Dec 2016 Working Foreperson - Parks
    16 Dec 2016 Supervisor, Parks Development, Technical and Community Support
    16 Dec 2016 Conservation Area Clerk
    10 Dec 2016 Corporate Leader - Parks, Corporate Facilities, Recreation & Culture
    08 Dec 2016 Temporary Labourer - Parks & Recreation
    07 Nov 2016 Manager of Horticulture
    04 Nov 2016 Assistant Project Supervisor
    01 Nov 2016 Arborist
    24 Oct 2016 Recreation Coordinator 1 - Child and Youth
    12 Oct 2016 Supervisor, Patrol Operations - Posting Number: 000933
    11 Oct 2016 Supervisor, Horticulture Operations - File #16-2845-AM
    28 Sep 2016 Director, Recreation and Culture
    19 Sep 2016 Parks Operator Horticulture
    13 Sep 2016 Director, Environment and Parks
    08 Sep 2016 Horticulture and Materials Collection Supervisor
    29 Aug 2016 Trade - City Gardener
    22 Jul 2016 Design and Development Assistant
    22 Jul 2016 IPM Instructor and Curator
    18 Jul 2016 Parks Planner/Landscape Architect
    06 Jul 2016 Supervisor, Parks Grounds Maintenance
    23 Jun 2016 Cross-Over
    22 Jun 2016 Horticulture and Materials Collection Supervisor
    20 Jun 2016 Gardener Grade 4
    14 Jun 2016 Manager of Facilities, Parks and Property
    14 Jun 2016 Arborist - Temporary
    07 Jun 2016 Manager of Conservation Area Operations
    06 Jun 2016 Coordinator of Parks Services (1 year contract)
    24 May 2016 Full Time - Public Works Department (Arena Facilities)
    24 May 2016 Full Time - Public Works Department (Roads)
    16 May 2016 Landscape Crew Lead
    13 May 2016 Lead Gardener
    06 May 2016 Coordinator, Parks Infrastructure
    03 May 2016 Gardener/Landscaper
    26 Apr 2016 Gardener
    25 Apr 2016 Design Projects Co-ordinator, Capital Projects & Strategic Services Division
    22 Apr 2016 Foreperson, Parks District #102074
    21 Apr 2016 Manager of Roads and Parks Operations
    21 Apr 2016 Temporary Gardener
    12 Apr 2016 Technical Instructor
    07 Apr 2016 Urban Forestry Technician (1 year contract)
    17 Mar 2016 Gardener II
    15 Mar 2016 Park Operations Technician
    15 Mar 2016 Seasonal Sports Field Operator
    11 Mar 2016 Seasonal Forestry Operator
    10 Mar 2016 Equipment Operator
    07 Mar 2016 Temporary Full Time Bargaining Unit Position Park Operations Coordinator
    07 Mar 2016 Grounds Operator
    07 Mar 2016 Horticulturist
    04 Mar 2016 Landscape Architect
    03 Mar 2016 Forester Specialist
    01 Mar 2016 Gardener/Landscaper - Roads & Parks Maintenance Department
    25 Feb 2016 Contract Operator ll Horticulture (1 year contract)
    19 Feb 2016 Supervisor, Trails & Natural Areas Stewardship
    19 Feb 2016 Seasonal Gardener
    11 Feb 2016 Conservation Area Technician – 2 Positions
    10 Feb 2016 Parks Manager
    08 Feb 2016 Supervisor of Horticulture (Job #167)
    05 Feb 2016 Curator & Instructor (Integrated Pest Management)
    04 Feb 2016 Urban Forestry Technician (1 year contract)
    03 Feb 2016 Gardener - Community Services Department
    26 Jan 2016 Upper Thames River Conservation Authority Seasonal Positions
    26 Jan 2016 Park/Facility Operator - Public Works Department
    14 Jan 2016 Senior Project Manager - Parks & Cemeteries
    13 Jan 2016 Seasonal Parks Worker - Summer Student
    11 Jan 2016 Field Services Supervisor
    06 Jan 2016 City of Toronto 2016 Parks Jobs
    06 Jan 2016 Coordinator, Maintenance & Projects
    05 Jan 2016 Senior Director, Parks, Planning & Properties
    04 Jan 2016 Parkskeeper IV - District (2)
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