Ontario Parks Association   
Protecting Tomorrow Today®
 

 
 
 



 

  
 
 
        
 
  • Home
  • Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Ontario Parks Association (OPA) is pleased to provide an employment listing for members. Designed to reach parks and open space professionals across Ontario . . . and beyond. Why not consider placing your employment opportunity announcement. Click here for more information.

Phone: (905) 864-6182
Toll Free: (866) 560-7783
Fax: (905) 864-6184
Email: opa@ontarioparksassociation.ca


Remember to Check Back Often

Upcoming events

    • 06 Nov 2014
    • 05 Dec 2014
    • Arbortech Professional Tree Care Inc., Strathroy

    Arborist/Utility Arborist/Production Climber

    Four Positions Available

    Arbortech Professional Tree Care Inc. is a progressive tree care company celebrating over 20 years of serving the Southwestern Ontario area, encompassing Grand Bend, Strathroy and London, from Lake Huron to Lake Erie.  The success we have achieved as a company is a direct consequence of the high standards our staff works to.  They are well skilled, trained and educated in the treatment of trees, holding qualifications such as ISA Certified Arborist, provincially qualified Arborist, Utility Arborist, Horticulturalist, or graduates of college arboriculture programs.

    While education, training and skills are vital components of a successful company, the most important element is safety.  Without that we are nothing.

    We are presently looking to fill four positions: Climber/Arborist

    Qualifications we would like to see:

    Preference will be given to people with the following qualifications or those who are working towards them.

    • ISA Certified Arborist or Ontario Qualified Arborist
    • Graduate of arboriculture post-secondary program
    • Accomplished climber experienced in pruning and removing trees of all sizes
    • DZ driver’s licence with clean abstract
    • Good communication, interpersonal, organizational and public relation skills
    • Ability to work in all weather conditions

    Must haves:

    • Positive attitude
    • Excellent work ethic
    • Drug free

    If you would like to work with professionals in a safety oriented, well-equipped company please send your cover letter and resume to:

    Email:    office@arbortechtree.ca

    Fax:        (519)245-6983

    Mail:      641 Wright Street, Strathroy, ON N7G 3H8

    Want to know more about us? Visit our website: www.arbortechtree.ca


    • 17 Nov 2014
    • 31 Dec 2014
    • City of Mississauga

    CITY OF MISSISSAUGA 
    COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
    PARKS AND FORESTRY DIVISION
    PARKS OPERATIONS

    requires

    PARKS LONG TERM TEMPORARY LABOURERS
    (Various locations)

    *Employment period: Monday, April 6, 2015 up to Friday, October 16, 2015

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Long Term Temporary Labourer positions are responsible for the operation, maintenance and service delivery of Parks Operations maintenance functions, including the operation of vehicles and small equipment/machinery, routine and specialized maintenance and provide leadership and guidance to Summer Students as required.

    The successful incumbent may be assigned to any of the following responsibilities:

    • Turf maintenance, including mowing, trimming, aeration, fertilization and fall renovation activities and lead turf crews where applicable;
    • Planting, weeding and maintenance of annual and perennial beds, shrubs and other horticultural displays;
    • Litter picking and garbage/recycling collection and disposal in parks City-wide;
    • Sports field maintenance including lining, gilling, turf cutting, fall renovations and various amenity repairs to City sports field assets;
    • Cemetery maintenance including maintenance of horticultural displays, turf cutting, grounds maintenance and assistance with internments.
    • Assist staff in the inspection, cleaning and repair of park amenities including but not limited to playgrounds, splash pads and picnic shelters, provide assistance for the delivery, set up, takedown, clean-up and ongoing support for community and special events.

    JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
    • Previous experience in landscaping, horticulture or other outdoor maintenance required.
    • Formal education in landscaping, horticulture or other education relevant to the position would be preferred;
    • All applicants must be available to work the entire duration of the term, and 40 hours per week;
    • May be assigned alternate duties or locations (may start out of different depots during operating season);
    • Understanding of applicable Health and Safety regulations and Occupational Health and Safety Act
    • Must hold and provide a copy of a valid and unrestricted Ontario Driver’s License Class G minimum with a driving record that meets City standards (proof will be required at time of interview);
    • Must hold Emergency First Aid Certification (proof will be required at the time of interview);
    • Ability to work with limited supervision and to work as part of a team;
    • Ability to deal with the public courteously and effectively;
    • Ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions;
    • Good interpersonal skills;
    • Ability to work in varying climate conditions;
    • Must possess Green Patch CSA approved safety boots, 6”-8” to cover ankle made of suede or leather material.

    Successful applicants will be expected to fill positions and complete responsibilities that meet the operational needs of the business units, which require:
    • Working various shifts including evenings, weekends and holidays
    • Flexibility over the course of the work term as you can be re-deployed to various locations, shifts and/or assigned a variety of job responsibilities on a day-to-day basis.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
    • Working outdoors during all seasons and weather conditions
    • Exposure to vibration, unpleasant smells, fumes, dust, and flying particles
    • Exposure to grass, weeds, and other potential outdoor allergens, animal feces and various insects
    • Requires bending, lifting heavy equipment and objects (up to 55 lbs), climbing, walking, pushing, sitting, standing and repetitive motion

    Successful applicants will be required to attend various training sessions throughout the season.

    Employment offer is conditional upon providing a Criminal Records Search, at your own expense, that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga or a Record of Offences Declaration for returning staff where a Criminal Record Search acceptable to the City has previously been submitted.

    HOURLY RATE: $19.07 - $20.46

    Applications will be received online only at www.mycitycareer.ca on or before December 31, 2014. Please note that late applicants will not be accepted.

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

    COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

    PARKS AND FORESTRY DIVISION

    PARKS OPERATIONS

     

    requires

    PARKS LONG TERM TEMPORARY LABOURERS

    (Various locations)

     

    *Employment period: Monday, April 6, 2015 up to Friday, October 16, 2015

     

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

                                   

    Long Term Temporary Labourer positions are responsible for the operation, maintenance and service delivery of Parks Operations maintenance functions, including the operation of vehicles and small equipment/machinery, routine and specialized maintenance and provide leadership and guidance to Summer Students as required.  

    The successful incumbent may be assigned to any of the following responsibilities:

    • Turf maintenance, including mowing, trimming, aeration, fertilization and fall renovation activities and lead turf crews where applicable;
    • Planting, weeding and maintenance of annual and perennial beds, shrubs and other horticultural displays;
    • Litter picking and garbage/recycling collection and disposal in parks City-wide;
    • Sports field maintenance including lining, gilling, turf cutting, fall renovations and various amenity repairs to City sports field assets;
    • Cemetery maintenance including maintenance of horticultural displays, turf cutting, grounds maintenance and assistance with internments.
    • Assist staff in the inspection, cleaning and repair of park amenities including but not limited to playgrounds, splash pads and picnic shelters, provide assistance for the delivery, set up, takedown, clean-up and ongoing support for community and special events.

    JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

    • Previous experience in landscaping, horticulture or other outdoor maintenance required.
    • Formal education in landscaping, horticulture or other education relevant to the position would be preferred;
    • All applicants must be available to work the entire duration of the term, and 40 hours per week;
    • May be assigned alternate duties or locations (may start out of different depots during operating season);
    • Understanding of applicable Health and Safety regulations and Occupational Health and Safety Act
    • Must hold and provide a copy of a valid and unrestricted Ontario Driver’s License Class G minimum with a driving record that meets City standards (proof will be required at time of interview);
    • Must hold Emergency First Aid Certification (proof will be required at the time of interview);
    • Ability to work with limited supervision and to work as part of a team;
    • Ability to deal with the public courteously and effectively;
    • Ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions;
    • Good interpersonal skills;
    • Ability to work in varying climate conditions;
    • Must possess Green Patch CSA approved safety boots, 6”-8” to cover ankle made of suede or leather material.

    Successful applicants will be expected to fill positions and complete responsibilities that meet the operational needs of the business units, which require:

    • Working various shifts including evenings, weekends and holidays
    • Flexibility over the course of the work term as you can be re-deployed to various locations, shifts and/or assigned a variety of job responsibilities on a day-to-day basis.

     

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

    • Working outdoors during all seasons and weather conditions
    • Exposure to vibration, unpleasant smells, fumes, dust, and flying particles
    • Exposure to grass, weeds, and other potential outdoor allergens, animal feces and various insects
    • Requires bending, lifting heavy equipment and objects (up to 55 lbs), climbing, walking, pushing, sitting, standing and repetitive motion

    Successful applicants will be required to attend various training sessions throughout the season.

    Employment offer is conditional upon providing a Criminal Records Search, at your own expense, that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga or a Record of Offences Declaration for returning staff where a Criminal Record Search acceptable to the City has previously been submitted.

    HOURLY RATE:  $19.07 - $20.46

     

    Applications will be received online only at www.mycitycareer.ca on or before December 31, 2014.  Please note that late applicants will not be accepted.

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

    • 19 Nov 2014
    • 09 Dec 2014
    • Town of Newmarket



    The Town of Newmarket, 
    Public Works Services Department
    Requires a 
    Contract Operator II Horticulture 
    (2 year contract)
    $23.00 - $28.00 per hour (40 hour work week)


    Responsible for performing all parks and property maintenance primarily focused on horticulture including greenhouse operations, flower program and garden maintenance, equipment, inspection, special event support and record keeping. Reports through the Supervisor, Parks or Supervisor, Forestry & Horticulture as assigned.

    How do I qualify?

    • Post-secondary education in Horticulture along with significant demonstrated experience in horticulture including greenhouse operations, disease and pest control, horticultural design, plant and soil identification, operating and maintaining parks related equipment and vehicles or a combination of education and experience.
    • Class “G” driver’s license in good standing.
    • CPR and First Aid Certification, WHMIS, Health & Safety including responsibilities to oversee casual/seasonal staff as per the Ontario Health and Safety Act .
    • Practical working knowledge of municipal parks and property operations, associated materials, health and safety regulations, equipment operation and maintenance procedures.
    • Ability to operate all parks maintenance equipment including, tractors, mowers, front end loader and the ability to haul trailers.
    • Good communication, collaboration, coordination, organizational, problem solving, coaching and record-keeping skills.
    • Familiarity with computers, mobile devices, and associated software such as Microsoft Office and Explorer.
    • Effective customer service skills to deal courteously and effectively with the public, staff, suppliers, contractors and other departments.
    • The ability and flexibility to work overtime on call standby and respond to after hour emergencies.

    How do I apply?

    Please apply online at www.newmarket.ca by the end of business day on December 9, 2014 quoting the file number PW 14-124. We wish to thank all candidates for their interest but advise that only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please.

    The Town of Newmarket is committed to accommodate all applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code for all employment activities including the recruitment process.

    The Town of Newmarket, Public Works Services Department

    Requires a Contract Operator II Horticulture (2 year contract)

    $23.00 - $28.00 per hour (40 hour work week)

    Responsible for performing all parks and property maintenance primarily focused on horticulture including greenhouse operations, flower program and garden maintenance, equipment, inspection, special event support and record keeping.  Reports through the Supervisor, Parks or Supervisor, Forestry & Horticulture as assigned.

     

    How do I qualify?

     

    ·         Post-secondary education in Horticulture along with significant demonstrated experience in horticulture including greenhouse operations, disease and pest control, horticultural design, plant and soil identification, operating and maintaining parks related equipment and vehicles or a combination of education and experience.

    ·         Class “G” driver’s license in good standing.

    ·         CPR and First Aid Certification, WHMIS, Health & Safety including responsibilities to oversee casual/seasonal staff as per the Ontario Health and Safety Act .

    ·         Practical working knowledge of municipal parks and property operations, associated materials, health and safety regulations, equipment operation and maintenance procedures.

    ·         Ability to operate all parks maintenance equipment including, tractors, mowers, front end loader and the ability to haul trailers.

    ·         Good communication, collaboration, coordination, organizational, problem solving, coaching and record-keeping skills.

    ·         Familiarity with computers, mobile devices, and associated software such as Microsoft Office and Explorer.

    ·         Effective customer service skills to deal courteously and effectively with the public, staff, suppliers, contractors and other departments.

    ·         The ability and flexibility to work overtime on call standby and respond to after hour emergencies.

     

    How do I apply?

     

    Please apply online at www.newmarket.ca by the end of business day on December 9, 2014 quoting the file number PW 14-124. We wish to thank all candidates for their interest but advise that only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.  No telephone calls please.

    The Town of Newmarket is committed to accommodate all applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code for all employment activities including the recruitment process.

    The Town of Newmarket, Public Works Services Department

    Requires a Contract Operator II Horticulture (2 year contract)

    $23.00 - $28.00 per hour (40 hour work week)

    Responsible for performing all parks and property maintenance primarily focused on horticulture including greenhouse operations, flower program and garden maintenance, equipment, inspection, special event support and record keeping.  Reports through the Supervisor, Parks or Supervisor, Forestry & Horticulture as assigned.

     

    How do I qualify?

     

    ·         Post-secondary education in Horticulture along with significant demonstrated experience in horticulture including greenhouse operations, disease and pest control, horticultural design, plant and soil identification, operating and maintaining parks related equipment and vehicles or a combination of education and experience.

    ·         Class “G” driver’s license in good standing.

    ·         CPR and First Aid Certification, WHMIS, Health & Safety including responsibilities to oversee casual/seasonal staff as per the Ontario Health and Safety Act .

    ·         Practical working knowledge of municipal parks and property operations, associated materials, health and safety regulations, equipment operation and maintenance procedures.

    ·         Ability to operate all parks maintenance equipment including, tractors, mowers, front end loader and the ability to haul trailers.

    ·         Good communication, collaboration, coordination, organizational, problem solving, coaching and record-keeping skills.

    ·         Familiarity with computers, mobile devices, and associated software such as Microsoft Office and Explorer.

    ·         Effective customer service skills to deal courteously and effectively with the public, staff, suppliers, contractors and other departments.

    ·         The ability and flexibility to work overtime on call standby and respond to after hour emergencies.

     

    How do I apply?

     

    Please apply online at www.newmarket.ca by the end of business day on December 9, 2014 quoting the file number PW 14-124. We wish to thank all candidates for their interest but advise that only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.  No telephone calls please.

    The Town of Newmarket is committed to accommodate all applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code for all employment activities including the recruitment process.

    • 20 Nov 2014
    • 04 Dec 2014
    • City of Toronto

    Trainer Parks

    Temporary full-time opportunity, 12 month contract


    Wage range: $32.37 - $35.46 / Hour

    Work for the City you love


    Toronto
    is Canada’s largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. Consistently ranked one of the world’s most livable cities, we are a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture, and are proud to be the Host City for the 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games. Join the award-winning Toronto Public Service as a Trainer Parks within our Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division.

    Job Description
    Major Responsibilities:

    • Plans, coordinates, and delivers Parks related training largely but not exclusively related to Parks Operations (e.g. safe work practices, approved training modules, safe equipment operation, traffic control, etc.).
    • Assists in identifying Parks learning needs and recommending training plan(s) to address. Researches and recommends innovative practices and opportunities.
    • Assists in the evaluation of training programs and initiatives.
    • Delivers Parks training programs in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and associated regulations, Highway Traffic Act, current industry practices, City Policies and practices, and any other applicable legislation
    • Keeps accurate training and attendance records and liaises with appropriate Supervisors/Forepersons
    • Assists and consults with Divisional and Corporate Health and Safety Consultants, in Health and Safety meetings and in responding to Accident Investigations and Ministry Orders
    • Work in conjunction with Parks Health and Safety Unit in making recommendations to management to reduce workplace injuries
    • Evaluates and provides sign off on competencies for each employee after training sessions are completed
    • Maintains order and control during training sessions and reports any employee misconduct to Supervisors
    • Motivates, promotes team building, excellence in customer service and professionalism to all staff
    • Prepares and keeps inventory of training resources (i.e. Visual aids, Manuals, Parks equipment, and stationary supplies)
    • Consults with internal and external training providers (e.g. Fleet Services, E.M.S, private training companies, etc.) and researches, indentifies and contracts external training resources as required.
    • Reviews and provides input on new Parks equipment specifications (i.e. vehicles, PPE, Traffic Control Devices)
    • Reviews and provides input related to Health and Safety and technical components on Parks Tenders and contract services
    • Keeps up to date on current practices and legislated requirements and updates skills to meet trade standards and operational requirements
    • Drives/operates/inspects various equipment, for the purpose of providing training on various equipment.

    Key Qualifications:
    Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:

    1. Considerable experienced planning, coordinating, and delivering training and workshops to large groups.
    2. Experience conducting needs analysis and providing effective adult education, including: lesson plan development and evaluating training materials and programs.
    3. Extensive technical experience on various types of Parks equipment (i.e. wide area mower (WAMO), farm tractor, trucks up to 5 tonnes, etc.) Parks operations and safe work practices.
    4. Considerable experience with corporate standard software applications (i.e. MS Word, Excel, Power Point, GroupWise, and Internet); utilizing associated multi-media training delivery methods. SAP, TEM, and PDQ experience would be an asset.
    5. Post secondary degree or diploma in education, training or related field or approved equivalent combination of experience and/or education.
    6. Must possess and be able to maintain a valid Province of Ontario, Class “D” Driver’s License with “Z” endorsement and must possess, and/or qualify for the City’s equipment operating permits.


    You must also have:

    • Extensive knowledge of applicable legislation and industry standards, including but not limited to; the Occupational Health & Safety Act and associated regulations, Hwy Traffic Act, collective agreements and related labour legislation.
    • Ability to lead projects, set priorities, and develop workplans.
    • Well developed group facilitation, communication, and interpersonal skills.
    • Excellent presentation, organizational, and administrative skills.
    • Ability to consult effectively with stakeholders and subject matter experts.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of adult education principles.
    • Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends.
    • Ability to update skills and knowledge to meet operational requirements and standards.
    • Must be able to work in all weather conditions and travel to different work locations in a timely fashion.

    Please note that all applicants are encouraged to provide a valid email address for communication purposes. Applicants who provide an email address may receive their written correspondence with respect to this job posting directly to the email address provided with their application. As an applicant, it is your responsibility to ensure that you check your email regularly to receive this correspondence.


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

    How to Apply:
    For more information on these and other opportunities with the City of Toronto, visit us online at www.toronto.ca/jobs. To apply online, submit your resume, quoting File #2055457X, by December 4, 2014.


    • 20 Nov 2014
    • 15 Dec 2014
    • Peel District

    Outdoor Instructors

    The Peel District School Board (PDSB) is seeking Casual Outdoor Instructors who can work outdoors in all seasons and on a call-in basis, to join the Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education Support Services Department.

    Reporting to the Vice-Principal of the Field Centres, through the Field Centre’s Co-ordinator, you will call upon your experience in working with youth in an outdoor setting, as you deliver a variety of outdoor / indoor and environmental programs to visiting groups.

    Your duties and responsibilities as a Casual Outdoor Instructor will include:
    • delivering daily outdoor / indoor and environmental programs;
    • conducting daily set-up and clean-up of program equipment;
    • ensuring that all program accommodations are incorporated in the visiting groups' program;
    • participating in after-hours and weekend activities to promote programs, when requested;
    • assisting with minor equipment repairs and maintaining trails and grounds of school property; and
    • planning, preparing, organizing, and providing instruction for summer camps, when required.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    As a Casual Outdoor Instructor, you will be able to apply your:
    • Post-secondary degree or diploma in Outdoor or Environmental Education, plus related experience working with youth in an outdoor setting.
    • Demonstrated organizational and group facilitation skills.
    • Well developed communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Knowledge of the Ontario curriculum, local history and natural history.
    • Willingness to work outdoors in all seasons.
    • First Aid and CPR certification.
    • Availability to work on a call-in basis.
    • Demonstrated commitment to working in a diverse school community and/or work environment.

    LOCATIONS:
    • Britannia Farm Field Centre
    • Jack Smythe Field Centre
    • G. W. Finlayson Field Centre
    • Old Britannia Schoolhouse

    SALARY: $27.80 per hour plus 4% vacation pay

    The Peel District School Board is one of the largest school boards in Canada, with more than 153,000 
    students in 246 schools.

    We appreciate the interest of all applicants, but will only be interviewing selected candidates. For the safety of students, all school board staff need to provide a satisfactory criminal record check prior to commencement of employment.

    For application forms and detailed information about these opportunities, please visit the Job Board in the ‘Jobs’ section of our website, at www.peelschools.org. Please quote file “Casual Outdoor Instructors” in the subject line. Application deadline: 4:30 p.m., Monday, December 15, 2014.

    The Peel District School Board is committed to equity in employment. We will provide reasonable accommodation, based on any of the human rights protected grounds, during the hiring process if advised in advance.


    • Exposure to grass, weeds, and other potential outdoor allergens, animal feces and various insects
    • Requires bending, lifting heavy equipment and objects (up to 55 lbs), climbing, walking, pushing, sitting, standing and repetitive motion

    Successful applicants will be required to attend various training sessions throughout the season.

    Employment offer is conditional upon providing a Criminal Records Search, at your own expense, that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga or a Record of Offences Declaration for returning staff where a Criminal Record Search acceptable to the City has previously been submitted.

    HOURLY RATE:  $19.07 - $20.46

     

    Applications will be received online only at www.mycitycareer.ca on or before December 31, 2014.  Please note that late applicants will not be accepted.

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

    Outdoor Instructors

    The Peel District School Board (PDSB) is seeking Casual Outdoor Instructors who can work outdoors in all seasons and on a call-in basis, to join the Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education Support Services Department.

    Reporting to the Vice-Principal of the Field Centres, through the Field Centre’s Co-ordinator, you will call upon your experience in working with youth in an outdoor setting, as you deliver a variety of outdoor / indoor and environmental programs to visiting groups.

    Your duties and responsibilities as a Casual Outdoor Instructor will include:

    • ·         delivering daily outdoor / indoor and environmental programs;
    • ·         conducting daily set-up and clean-up of program equipment;
    • ·         ensuring that all program accommodations are incorporated in the visiting groups' program;
    • ·         participating in after-hours and weekend activities to promote programs, when requested;
    • ·         assisting with minor equipment repairs and maintaining trails and grounds of school property; and
    • ·         planning, preparing, organizing, and providing instruction for summer camps, when required.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    As a Casual Outdoor Instructor, you will be able to apply your:

    • ·         Post-secondary degree or diploma in Outdoor or Environmental Education, plus related experience working with youth in an outdoor setting.
    • ·         Demonstrated organizational and group facilitation skills.
    • ·         Well developed communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • ·         Knowledge of the Ontario curriculum, local history and natural history.
    • ·         Willingness to work outdoors in all seasons.
    • ·         First Aid and CPR certification.
    • ·         Availability to work on a call-in basis.
    • ·         Demonstrated commitment to working in a diverse school community and/or work environment.

    LOCATIONS:

    • Britannia Farm Field Centre
    • Jack Smythe Field Centre
    • G. W. Finlayson Field Centre
    • Old Britannia Schoolhouse

    SALARY:  $27.80 per hour plus 4% vacation pay

    The Peel District School Board is one of the largest school boards in Canada, with more than 153,000 students in 246 schools.

    We appreciate the interest of all applicants, but will only be interviewing selected candidates. For the safety of students, all school board staff need to provide a satisfactory criminal record check prior to commencement of employment.

    For application forms and detailed information about these opportunities, please visit the Job Board in the ‘Jobs’ section of our website, at www.peelschools.org. Please quote file “Casual Outdoor Instructors” in the subject line. Application deadline: 4:30 p.m., Monday, December 15, 2014.

    The Peel District School Board is committed to equity in employment. We will provide reasonable accommodation, based on any of the human rights protected grounds, during the hiring process if advised in advance.

Past events

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
26 Jul 2014 City of Toronto Parks Jobs
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
08 Jul 2014 MANAGER, SPORT DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM (Permanent Position)
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
16 May 2013 DISTRICT PARKS FOREPERSON COMMUNITY SERVICES PARKS MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS
13 May 2013 HORTICULTURIST/ GROUNDS MAINTENANCE WORKING FOREPERSON
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
13 Nov 2012 ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR – PARKS, TURF AND HORTICULTURE
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
23 Aug 2012 MANAGER OF OPERATIONS (FORESTRY & HORTICULTURE, SPORTS TURF, & TRAILS)
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
02 Apr 2012 SUPERVISOR OF PARKS OPERATIONS
28 Mar 2012 Forestry Data Collector
28 Mar 2012 Supervisor of Parks
15 Mar 2012 ATHLETIC FIELD AND PLAYGROUND TECHNICIAN
08 Mar 2012 Operator III Forestry
07 Mar 2012 Park Operations Technician
07 Mar 2012 Lead Hand (Grounds Worker – Parks)
06 Mar 2012 MANAGER – RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES
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 · RR4 · 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)

 

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software