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    • 12 Dec 2014
    • 01 Jul 2015
    • City of Toronto

    The Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division strives to improve the quality of life of Toronto's diverse communities by providing safe, beautiful parks; a healthy, expanding urban forest; and high quality, community focused recreational experiences.

    For additional information on the Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division, check out their website by clicking here

    Following are links to some of the "Ongoing Opportunities" that may be of interest. Just click on the job title you are interested in and you will be redirected to the full City of Toronto posting.

    For information on careers in Parks, Forestry & Recreation click here to download a copy of the City of Toronto recruitment flyer.

    • 19 Mar 2015
    • 26 Apr 2015
    • Humber College, North Campus

    Job Title: Grounds Maintenance Co-ordinator

    Competition #: 2015-018

    Division/Department: Facilities Management

    Classification: Payband G

    Reporting To: Manager, Maintenance and Operations

    Campus: North

    Start Rate: $27.73

    Maximum Rate: $32.15


    Under the direction of the Manger, Operations and Maintenance, the incumbent is accountable for Site Services at the North Campus. The incumbent will be required to: develop, monitor and review annual work plans for day to day activates and projects; operate and maintain motorized landscape maintenance equipment as well as hand and power tools; pick up litter and debris; seed, sod, cut and trim lawn areas; weed and mulch perennial and shrub beds and tree pits; implement and maintain an Integrated Pest Management Program; design, plant and maintain annual planters and landscape features; install and repair walkways and patios; research, purchase and maintain a variety of equipment and external site fixtures such as fixed and temporary barriers and site furniture; parking lot maintenance - sweep, line paint, catch basins, asphalt repairs, and signage; shovel and plow snow and apply ice melter products on sidewalks, entrances, stairs and ramps. Additionally, the incumbent will co-ordinate a health and safety program (monthly meetings) and monitor compliance by site service staff and contractors; provide weekly, monthly, annual reports on status updates and completion on site conditions, routine tasks and projects; provide leadership and coordination on special projects /assignments developing scope of work, liaison and supervision of outside contractors; prioritize and schedule work orders to meet customer requests; prepare and monitor capital and operating budgets for the department; and review landscape drawings and proposals for the enhancement of college properties.

    Hours of Work: 40 hours per week; flexible hours may be required for seasonal and unexpected emergencies

    Skill Testing Required: YES


    The successful candidate will possess either a 2 year diploma in Horticulture or trades certification, along with a minimum of five years of year-round practical, hands-on and administrative experience with landscape and general grounds maintenance of commercial, institutional, or park properties. Additional requirements include: proven leadership experience in leading work crews in a unionized environment; a valid Landscape Exterminators License; chainsaw operator certification; skid steer operators certification; WHMIS, First Aid, and small engine training; a valid class ‘G’ Driver’s License; ability to meet requirements to be insured on the College insurance policy; and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel and Word).

    * We thank all applicants for their interest in this position however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    Humber College is committed to a workforce that reflects the diversity of our students and our city. We actively seek qualified individuals with demonstrated skill and knowledge to deal with all aspects of diversity in a post-secondary environment. Humber College is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The HR Recruitment Coordinator responsible for this position will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process. This document is available in alternate format on request.

    OPEN DATE: March 4, 2015

    CLOSE DATE: Open until filled

    A detailed job description for this position is available in the HR Services. A pdf version of this posting can be downloaded by clicking here. All candidates are asked to submit a cover letter and resume to HR Services by applying online at: www.humber.ca/careers

    • 13 Apr 2015
    • 30 Apr 2015
    • Ontario Parks Association, Milton, Ontario

    (Contract Position)

    Ontario Parks Association (OPA) is a non-profit charitable organization that provides training to parks professionals throughout the province of Ontario. We are committed to civic beautification, and the advancement, protection and conservation of parks, open space and the environment as we practice "Protecting Tomorrow Today."

    We have an opportunity for a Training & Membership Coordinator to join our team in Milton, Ontario on a one year contract basis. If you have a sense of humour, can keep your wits about you while balancing multiple tasks and dealing with changing priorities then please read on!


    May include, but not limited to, the following:
    • Assist Office Manager with development of annual training calendar
    • Coordinate training sessions – i.e. work with host city to arrange location requirements, market training sessions, process registrations, prepare course materials ensuring they are delivered to instructors or the course location in a timely manner, issue certificates to course attendees
    • Maintain training database and files
    • Work with Office Manager to organize and promote various educational programs and events
    • Assist Office Manager with preparation of membership renewals, including updating of database
    • Assist Office Manager in the generation of new memberships
    • Assist Office Manager with updating the Association’s website
    • Provide effective communications as required to the Board of Directors and members through association publications, e-newsletters, website, emails, and by phone
    • Provide general clerical duties such as reception, telephone answering, responding to emails, filing, mail and courier package preparation, mail and fax distribution, and ordering of office supplies
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director and Office Manager

    • Must be self-driven, have excellent organizational skills, be able to work under pressure and handle multiple tasks and changing priorities (all while maintaining your sense of humour)
    • Working knowledge and hands-on experience with computer programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Adobe Acrobat, and database programs
    • Excellent telephone manner and communication skills
    • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Ability to work independently or as part of a team
    • Must enjoy working in a very small office environment
    • Office is not accessible by public transit system so must have own transportation


    $16.34 per hour, no benefits

    • The regular hours of work are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday
    • An unpaid lunchtime of 30 minutes is flexible depending on the activities of the day
    • Hours of work may need to be flexible from time to time to allow for working late/in the evenings/on weekends in order to complete projects or set up/attend events


    This is a full time contract position working 35 hours per week for a term of 1 year, with the possibility of renewal at the end of the term.


    Interested applicants are invited to forward a copy of their resume and cover letter, referencing TRMC1215, to Ontario Parks Association by April 30, 2015

    • Email resume and cover letter to opa@ontarioparksassociation.ca (reference TRMC1215 in the subject line of the email)
    • Fax: 905-864-6184
    • Mail: Ontario Parks Association, 7856 5th Line South, Milton, ON L9T 2X8

    ***No phone calls please.***

    We thank all who apply, however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

    In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the Ontario Parks Association's Accommodation Policy, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

    • 13 Apr 2015
    • 19 May 2015
    • Town of Lincoln

    Director of Community Services 

    The Town of Lincoln requires a creative and high energy Director of Community Services who will be responsible to provide overall management and direction of the Community Services Department including capital and operational planning, organizing, administering and directing the operation of facilities, museums, cemeteries, parks, recreation and community development. 

    The work involves policy development, program planning, fiscal management, administration, and operational direction of the Department. Working in a unionized environment, the Director of Community Services will be responsible for accomplishing departmental objectives and goals within guidelines established by the Town Council and Chief Administrative Officer. 

    The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and skills: 

    • Post-secondary degree in Parks and Recreation Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, Social Services or related field from an accredited university. 
    • 10 years experience working in community services, with a minimum of five years in management and/or supervisory roles; this may be in addition to, or concurrent with, 10 years working in the municipal sector. 
    • Proven skills in the following areas: leadership in a changing environment; community development; team development; problem solving; interpersonal communication including oral, written and presentation skills when working with individuals, groups and organizations in the private, public and volunteer sectors. In addition, proficiency in project management principles and practices, with a track record of successful community project planning, initiation, operation and evaluation; and daily use of MS Office – Outlook, Work, Excel and PowerPoint are required. 
    • Valid Ministry of Transport Class “G” Drivers License. 

    The Town of Lincoln offers an attractive competitive salary and benefit package, a progressive work environment, and career advancement opportunities. 

    Qualified candidates are requested to forward their resume by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 to: 

    HR Coordinator 
    Town of Lincoln 
    4800 South Service Road 
    Beamsville, ON L0R 1B1 

    For additional information see the job description at: www.lincoln.ca 

    This job description is available in alternative formats, or accessible communication supports, upon request. 

    We thank all applicants who apply, but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The information gathered is in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used only for candidate selection.

    • 22 Apr 2015
    • 05 May 2015
    • Norfolk County



    JOB POSTING # NU 13.15

    Position: Superintendent, Parks & Recreation Operations (East)

    Status: 40 hours per week

    Employee Group: Non-Union

    Salary: $67,171 - $83,964 per year (under review)

    Department: Community Services

    Division: Parks, Facilities and Recreation

    Reports To: Manager, Parks, Facilities and Recreation

    Location: 95 Culver Street, Simcoe, Ontario

    Posting Period: April 21st, 2015 to May 5th, 2015

    Note: Must be willing to work days, evenings, weekends, and holidays

    Scope of Position:

    The Superintendent, Parks and Recreation Operations is responsible for the implementation and supervision of recreational facilities building and plant maintenance programs, cemeteries, parks, sports fields; for associated day-to-day operations including scheduling equipment maintenance and repair, ice and water quality in arenas and pools, maintenance of supplies inventories, co-ordination of set-up requirements for permitted uses, staff and contracted services supervision, associated liaison, report-writing and facility inspection duties; and for responding to enquiries and resolving concerns related to operational matters

    Position Description:

    • Supervise Parks and Facilities Maintenance staff including scheduling, training, performance evaluations, safety, discipline, authorizing payroll data and overtime requirements, resolving staff concerns. Additionally the Superintendent will assess permanent and casual/student staffing needs, participate in the recruitment process, and prepare recommendations concerning selection of staff
    • Comply with the county’s administrative policies and technical and service standards and applicable regulations, building codes and legislation required for the construction, maintenance and operation of parks, buildings and equipment
    • Responsible for writing and preparing staff reports for immediate supervisor and/or Council
    • Liaise with user groups and community organizations on behalf of Community Services Department
    • Manage statistical information and all data collection including the development and implementation of user fees pertaining to parks and facilities as per the user fee by-law
    • Facilitates community development initiatives with user groups and organizations as they relate to parks and facilities including community centres, lease free dog parks, skate parks etc.
    • Other duties as assigned 

    Knowledge & Experience:

    • Community college diploma in Recreation and Leisure Services, Sports Management or related equivalent discipline
    • Must have 3 to 5 years progressive experience in a recreational facilities plant maintenance and operations capacity, including supervisory experience in a unionized environment
    • Registered Recreation Facilities Management Certification (ORFA), Certified Ice Technician. Certified Aquatic Technician, Certified Grounds Technician, Certified Building Technician, Certified Arena Refrigeration Plant Technician, Certified Recreation Facilities Professional would be considered an asset

    Must Have:

    • Practical working knowledge of arena plant maintenance, pool filtration systems and chemistry, ice, pool and building cleaning equipment and methods, sound safety practices, applicable legislation/regulatory standards, and heating, air-conditioning and ventilation systems; knowledge of plumbing and electrical fundamentals, and municipal recreation facilities management is required
    • Experience in preparing budget estimates and ensuring compliance including long range plans, conceptual design and capital outlay requirements
    • Good interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
    • Able to read blueprints and technical manuals
    • Demonstrated experiences and leadership in a union environment, project management and working with contractors
    • Proven ability to communicate effectively within the municipal organizational structure
    • Ability to implement and maintain maintenance and risk management programs related to parks and facilities
    • Excellent problem-solving skills
    • Class G Driver’s License with clean abstract
    • Current Standard First Aid, C.P.R. Level C
    • Ability to work in a team environment, accept and follow verbal and written instructions, complete duties to an acceptable level of quantity and quality with minimal supervision and follow all of Norfolk County Health and Safety Policies and Procedures
    • Possess strong leadership and motivational skills, be resourceful and have demonstrated computer skills including a high degree of competence in our corporate software: Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint,) CLASS
    • Thorough knowledge of relevant Codes, Acts and Regulations
    • Well-developed oral and written communications skills including note taking
    • Work schedule may require working some evenings and weekends as required to attend committee meetings and special events and periodically meet with community groups when required
    • Must be aware of safe work practices as they relate to job responsibilities and work environment and have the basic understanding of the Occupational Health & Safety Act.

     Working Conditions:

    • The work is performed in a normal office environment as well as within operational areas of facilities, parks, cemeteries, community centres and pools and may be outdoors in all weather conditions.


    The Corporation of Norfolk County is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

    Applications must be submitted through email, mail, fax, courier, or in person to Human Resources & Staff Development by 4:30 p.m. on May 5th.

    Human Resources & Staff Development – 21 Lynnwood Ave, Simcoe, ON N3Y 2V7 – Phone: (519)428-9711 – Fax: (519) 426-9876 – Email: jobs@norfolkcounty.ca

    Successful applicants are required to provide the Employer with a current Criminal Reference Check, and current drivers abstract.

    Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those to be interviewed will be contacted.

    • 22 Apr 2015
    • 06 May 2015
    • 4:00 PM
    • Brampton

    The City of Brampton is the 9th largest city in Canada and the third-largest in the Greater Toronto Area. Our population is among the most diverse and multicultural in Canada, representing people from more than 175 distinct ethnic backgrounds who speak more than 70 different languages.

    With a variety of services and programs provided to the residents of Brampton, our employment opportunities are challenging, diverse and rewarding. As an employer, the City of Brampton offers a competitive benefits plan, lucrative pension plan, education and training programs, tuition reimbursement, advancement opportunities, open and communicative management style and the opportunity to make a difference in the community.




    Reporting to the Supervisor of Parks Maintenance, this position leads and directs a designated geographical work area consisting of seasonal and unionized full time staff.

    • Plans, coordinates, schedules, recruits, trains, evaluates, and supervises all functions performed by staff, volunteers, and contractors.
    • Co-ordinate training for all staff on procedures and equipment and Health and Safety
    • Respond to public and internal complaints, concerns or inquiries and initiate follow-up action as required
    • Assist in planning special events
    • Assist in preparation, review, monitoring and control of district budgets
    •  Assists with establishing and prioritizing capital projects for Parks Maintenance and Operations.
    • Inspect all work areas including parkland, buildings, structures and equipment to ensure productivity, proper operation, cleanliness and safety
    • Performs on-call and other duties, as and when required.



    • Grade 12 plus post secondary Diploma or Certificate in Horticulture Science or equivalent.  
    • Minimum 2-3 years of parks experience with effective supervisory skills;
    • 2 years supervisory experience preferably in a unionized environment.  
    • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills are essential;
    • Knowledge of small and heavy equipment operation and the use/operation of computers, including MS Office;
    • Excellent customer service/public relations skills;
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
    • Must possess a valid Ontario “G” Driver’s Licence;
    • Good performance and work record.

    ** Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.


     SALARY RANGE:     $73,466.00 - $91,833.00

    TO APPLY: Please apply quoting the file number 101718 by May 6, 2015 at: www.brampton.ca/employment or via www.workopolis.com and search for key words City of Brampton. If you require assistance with the application process, please contact us directly. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview with be contacted. We are dedicated to equal opportunity.

    The City is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments.  If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Division of any accommodations needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process. Any information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially.  

Past events

13 Apr 2015 Lead Hand - Parks & Facilities
08 Apr 2015 Assistant Park Supervisor
07 Apr 2015 Urban Forestry Technician (9 month contract)
01 Apr 2015 Crew Leader, Indian Line Campground - Seasonal Position
01 Apr 2015 Crew Leader, Albion Hills Conservation Area - Seasonal Position
01 Apr 2015 Head Lifeguard, Petticoat Creek Conservation Area - Seasonal Position
01 Apr 2015 Lifeguard, Albion Hills Conservation Area - Seasonal Position
01 Apr 2015 Lifeguard, Heart Lake Conservation Area - Seasonal Position
31 Mar 2015 Lead Hand, Glen Haffy and Heart Lake Conservation Areas
24 Mar 2015 Seasonal Gardener (Temporary)
19 Mar 2015 Supervisor, Operations (Fields)
19 Mar 2015 Parks & Arena Operator II
17 Mar 2015 Seasonal Parks Worker II
09 Mar 2015 Manager of Forestry and Manager of Parks Operations
26 Feb 2015 Seasonal Parks General Labourer (Contract)
26 Feb 2015 Casual Seasonal Labour (Parks Section)
26 Feb 2015 Manager, Parks Operations
12 Feb 2015 Maintenance Foreperson
04 Feb 2015 Supervisor, Parks General Maintenance
02 Feb 2015 Seasonal Gardener
28 Jan 2015 Project Coordinator Landscape Architect
23 Jan 2015 Lead Hand Elora Gorge C.A
23 Jan 2015 Supervisor - Parks Operations
23 Dec 2014 Landscape / Grounds Maintenance / General Labour
12 Dec 2014 Manager, Parks Operations
12 Dec 2014 Supervisor - Parks Operations
08 Dec 2014 Supervisor Operations (Major Parks & Horticulture)
28 Nov 2014 City Forester/Manager of Forestry & Natural Areas
27 Nov 2014 Gardener
20 Nov 2014 Outdoor Instructors
20 Nov 2014 Trainer Parks
19 Nov 2014 Contract Operator II Horticulture (2 year contract)
17 Nov 2014 Parks Long Term Temporary Labourers (Various locations)
06 Nov 2014 Arborist/Utility Arborist/Production Climber
06 Nov 2014 Construction Coordinator
28 Oct 2014 Asset Management Specialist (Parks Development)
17 Oct 2014 Parks & Trades Foreperson
15 Oct 2014 Seasonal Parks Workers II
14 Oct 2014 General manager, Huronia Historical Parks
13 Oct 2014 ROC Supervisor
06 Oct 2014 Manager of Cemeteries
24 Sep 2014 Parks Leadhand, Parks Operations & Maintenance
04 Sep 2014 Director of Roads, Parks & Forestry Operations
25 Aug 2014 Public Works & Operations Foreman
19 Aug 2014 Parks Maintenance (Horticulture)
15 Aug 2014 Roads/Parks Operator
14 Aug 2014 Manager of Forestry & Horticulture
12 Aug 2014 Manager - Parks, Recreation & Culture
25 Jul 2014 Parks Crew Leader
24 Jul 2014 Parks, Recreation & Trails Manager
21 Jul 2014 Cross-Over
10 Jul 2014 Gardener
09 Jul 2014 Parks and Open Space Supervisor
09 Jul 2014 Arborist/Supervisor
09 Jul 2014 Supervisor, Parks Maintenance Construction
20 Jun 2014 Superintendent of Construction & Maintenance
16 Jun 2014 Supervisor, Cemetery Operations
16 Jun 2014 Manager, Parks, Cemeteries & Horticulture
16 Jun 2014 Supervisor, Parks Design & Development
13 Jun 2014 Instructor / Curator (IPM)
13 Jun 2014 Instructor / Curator (Veg/Rose Garden)
20 May 2014 City Arborist
08 May 2014 Arborist
08 May 2014 Coordinator of Parks & Services
08 May 2014 Executive Director
16 Apr 2014 Seasonal Equipment Operator - Parks
14 Apr 2014 General Manager, Parks & Recreation
14 Apr 2014 Supervisor, Forestry
14 Apr 2014 Supervisor, Parks Infrastructure & Horticulture
10 Apr 2014 Horticultural Supervisor
08 Apr 2014 Parks Gardener
28 Mar 2014 Seasonal Floral Displays Watering Technician
21 Mar 2014 Gardener II
21 Mar 2014 Utility Person II
12 Mar 2014 Parks Crew Leader
12 Mar 2014 Temporary Bargaining Unit Position Senior Customer Service - Byng Island C.A.
12 Mar 2014 Seasonal Parks Workers II
11 Mar 2014 Assistant Property Manager (2 openings)
11 Mar 2014 Seasonal Parks Infrastructure Labourer
11 Mar 2014 Temporary Full Time Bargaining Unit Position Arborist II
11 Mar 2014 Temporary Bargaining Unit Position Security Officer - Elora Gorge C.A.
11 Mar 2014 Design and Development Assistant
19 Feb 2014 Temporary labourer
19 Feb 2014 Field Services Supervisor (Parks)
19 Feb 2014 Seasonal Equipment Operator
19 Feb 2014 Seasonal Trails Operator
14 Feb 2014 Park Operation Technician, Luther Marsh C.A.
14 Feb 2014 Park Operation Technician, Elora Quarry / Belwood C.A.
21 Jan 2014 Landscape / Grounds Maintenance / General Labour
20 Jan 2014 Cemetery Attendant
10 Jan 2014 Manager of Parks Development & Operations
08 Jan 2014 Arbor Services Coordinator
11 Dec 2013 Parks Operations South Manager
02 Dec 2013 PARKS PERSON I – HORTICULTURE Clarkson – Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens
15 Nov 2013 Seasonal Parks Workers I
14 Nov 2013 Project Coordinator Landscape Architect
04 Nov 2013 Arborist II - Public Operations Department
25 Oct 2013 Parks Operations Manager
22 Oct 2013 Urban Forestry Technician
21 Oct 2013 Public Realm Coordinator (Landscape Architect)
17 Oct 2013 Project Coordinator Landscape Architect
16 Oct 2013 Manager, Parks Operations, Community Services Department
15 Oct 2013 Parks and Recreation Maintenance Technician
09 Oct 2013 Director of Parks and Forestry Operations
16 Sep 2013 Seasonal Parks Workers II
09 Sep 2013 Horticultural Supervisor
02 Sep 2013 Summer Employment for Students, GRCA
20 Aug 2013 Park Attendant 1
16 Aug 2013 Supervisor Parks Operations
15 Aug 2013 Horticulturalist
31 Jul 2013 Manager of Parks - City of Waterloo
12 Jul 2013 Head Gardener - Mississauga
09 Jul 2013 Landscape Architect
29 May 2013 Park Operations Technician
10 May 2013 Gardener
06 May 2013 Seasonal Sports Field Operator
09 Apr 2013 Manager, Parks - Public Operations Department
03 Apr 2013 Seasonal Parks Workers II
03 Apr 2013 Greenskeeper - 17 positions available
01 Apr 2013 Seasonal Sports Field Operator
13 Mar 2013 Park Superintendent II - Rockwood
08 Mar 2013 Manager of Field Services - Parks
08 Mar 2013 Park Operation Technician
08 Mar 2013 Seasonal Parks General Labourer (Contract
08 Mar 2013 Seasonal Park Student
07 Mar 2013 Seasonal Equipment Operator
07 Mar 2013 Seasonal Gardener
07 Mar 2013 Seasonal Water Tank Operator
06 Mar 2013 Park Superintendent
01 Mar 2013 Director of Parks Development
27 Feb 2013 Gardener / Leadhand
28 Jan 2013 Aerial Rope Tree Trimmer
25 Jan 2013 Temporary labourer
18 Jan 2013 Aquatic Facility Manager
18 Jan 2013 Aquatics Instructor
17 Jan 2013 Parks Seasonal Student - Operator
09 Jan 2013 Horiculturalist and Urban Forester
07 Jan 2013 Supervisor of Conservation Area Operations
07 Jan 2013 Head Gardener for City of Mississauga
02 Jan 2013 Parks Planner/Landscape Architect
20 Dec 2012 Playspace Technician
06 Dec 2012 Aquatics Services Superintendent
21 Nov 2012 Supervisor, Kortright Centre for Conservation
14 Nov 2012 Executive Director, IPM Council of Canada
16 Oct 2012 Supervisor of Forestry Operations
16 Oct 2012 Forestry Specialist - Trees For Conestogo Watershed Coordinator
18 Sep 2012 Instructor/Curator, School of Horticulture
23 Aug 2012 Park Superintendent - Bronte Creek
10 Aug 2012 Manager, Parks and Open Space - City of Guelph
27 Jun 2012 Regulations Officer
19 Jun 2012 Parks Supervisor
24 May 2012 Arborist
08 May 2012 Inspector, Forest Health Care
02 May 2012 Lead Hand (Grounds Worker - Parks)
02 May 2012 Interpretive Program Guides
01 May 2012 Director of Operations
01 May 2012 Supervisor, Property Management & Maintenance Services
01 May 2012 Supervisor Parks
17 Apr 2012 Supervisor of Parks
13 Apr 2012 Park Superintendents
02 Apr 2012 Park Operations Technician
02 Apr 2012 Park Operations Technician
28 Mar 2012 Forestry Data Collector
28 Mar 2012 Supervisor of Parks
08 Mar 2012 Operator III Forestry
07 Mar 2012 Park Operations Technician
07 Mar 2012 Lead Hand (Grounds Worker – Parks)
05 Mar 2012 Parks and Recreation Maintenance Technician
01 Mar 2012 Director of Recreation
01 Mar 2012 Director, Parks & Forestry
27 Feb 2012 Manager, Parks and Open Space
27 Feb 2012 Parks Maintenance Summer Staff
13 Feb 2012 Park Operations
10 Feb 2012 General Supervisor, Parks Operations & Technical Services
06 Feb 2012 Equipment Operator (Temporary up to 6 months)
03 Feb 2012 Gardener
24 Jan 2012 Director of Parks & Recreation
20 Jan 2012 Manager Parks
18 Jan 2012 Supervisor, Parks & Open Space
18 Jan 2012 2012 Summer Seasonal Positions
18 Jan 2012 Gardener 2
18 Jan 2012 Sales Representative Central & East Ontario
17 Jan 2012 Facility Maintainer/Equipment Operator
16 Dec 2011 Small Engines Mechanic B
13 Dec 2011 Seasonal Parks Labourers
01 Dec 2011 Manager, Parks
22 Nov 2011 Manager of Parks, City of Orillia
07 Nov 2011 Park Superintendent – Bronte Creek
11 Oct 2011 Gardener/Leadhand, Guest Relations, Garden & Nature
30 Sep 2011 Parks Group leader
30 Sep 2011 Park Maintenance Worker
09 Sep 2011 Director, Parks
23 Aug 2011 Seasonal Parks Workers
05 Aug 2011 Horticulturalist
15 Jul 2011 Coordinator of Parks Services
14 Jul 2011 Seasonal Parks General Labourer
28 Jun 2011 Foreman III – Parks Operations
20 Jun 2011 Operations Supervisor - Major Parks and Horticulture
31 May 2011 Gardener 2
27 May 2011 Program Coordinator, Franklin Children's Garden
20 May 2011 Manager, Facilities and Property
20 May 2011 Gate Attendant
20 May 2011 Park Maintenance
20 May 2011 Security Enforcement Officer
18 May 2011 Sports Field Operator (Temporary)
18 May 2011 Gardener (Temporary)
18 May 2011 Equipment Operators (Temporary)
13 May 2011 Director of Parks & Recreation
11 Apr 2011 Gardener
04 Apr 2011 Parks Operations Support
01 Apr 2011 Project Manager
19 Mar 2011 Parks & Arena Operator II
17 Mar 2011 Park Attendant I
16 Mar 2011 Parks Operations Technician
14 Mar 2011 Mill Creek Crew Leader, Aquatics
23 Feb 2011 Supervisor, Marine Services
23 Feb 2011 Supervisor of Parks Maintenance and Construction
23 Feb 2011 Supervisor Parks
17 Feb 2011 Full-Time Supervisor - Cemetery Services
16 Feb 2011 Apprentice Horticulturist
11 Feb 2011 Executive Assistant
04 Feb 2011 Manager, Parks
04 Feb 2011 Park Operations Technician
03 Feb 2011 Parks and Cemetery Supervisor
03 Feb 2011 Senior Project Manager – Parks & Cemeteries Operations
03 Feb 2011 Head Gardener Pest Management
28 Jan 2011 London (Ontario) Commercial Territory Manager
10 Jan 2011 Sales Consultant
10 Nov 2010 Project and Development Planner
08 Nov 2010 Director, Recreation
04 Nov 2010 Manager of Parks Operations
21 Oct 2010 Horticulturalist
13 Oct 2010 Parks Lead Hand
20 Sep 2010 Trails Project Coordinator
10 Sep 2010 Finance Manager / Secretary-Treasurer
25 Aug 2010 Park Operations Support (POS)
18 Aug 2010 Supervisor of Facilities and Parks
03 Aug 2010 Arborist I
27 Jul 2010 Arborist
19 Jul 2010 Facility Coordinator
14 Jul 2010 Horticultural Supervisor
12 Jul 2010 Parks Maintenance Supervisor
09 Jul 2010 Gardener
01 Jul 2010 Temporary Full Time Parks and Leisure Services Capital Project Manager
22 Jun 2010 Cemetery Operator
11 Jun 2010 Horticulturist/Arborist
07 Jun 2010 Security Officer
02 Jun 2010 Public Works Supervisor – Parks & Forestry
31 May 2010 Supervisor, Park Maintenance
27 May 2010 Arborist I
20 May 2010 Parks/Special Events Foreman
18 May 2010 Parkskeeper IV - District (4 Vacancies)
17 May 2010 Manager of Parks and Civic Facilities
13 May 2010 Gardener II - District
05 May 2010 Supervisor, Turf and Sports Fields
29 Apr 2010 Supervisor, Property Management and Maintenance Reference #: X10CSA19696
29 Apr 2010 Supervisor, Parks Maintenance and Construction Reference #: X10CSA19695
29 Apr 2010 Supervisor Parks, Reference #: X10CSA19799
29 Apr 2010 Supervisor Parks Reference #: X10CSA19694
14 Apr 2010 Maintenance Assistant, Pinehurst Lake C.A.
12 Apr 2010 Co-ordinator Parks and Environmental Services
08 Apr 2010 Manager, Water Resources Engineering
06 Apr 2010 Carpenter’s Assistant / General Construction Labourer
03 Mar 2010 Lead Hand (Grounds Worker – Parks)
03 Mar 2010 Lead Hand (Grounds Worker – Parks)
03 Mar 2010 Forestry Operations Technician
26 Feb 2010 Director Parks, Recreation & Leisure Services
25 Feb 2010 Parkskeepr IV - District (4 Vacancies)
24 Feb 2010 Landscape Information and Job Fair
17 Feb 2010 General Supervisor Parks Operations and Technical Services
17 Feb 2010 AutoCAD Operator & Golf Course GPS Surveyor
09 Feb 2010 Director, Parks and Recreation
25 Jan 2010 Seasonal Parks General Labourer
01 Jan 2010 Conservation Area Designer

Ontario Parks Association

7856 5th Line South · Milton · Ontario · L9T 2X8 *

Phone: 905-864-6182 · Toll Free: 1-866-560-7783 · Fax: 905-864-6184

Email: shelley@ontarioparksassociation.ca or training@ontarioparksassociation.ca

(*Note: If you are mapping our location, enter Halton Hills, not Milton, as the city)


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