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Current Employment Opportunities

    • 25 Jan 2018
    • 01 Mar 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA)

    Title:                          Camp Counsellors

    Work Period:             Approx. June 25 to August 31, 2018

    Location:                  Guelph Lake Nature Centre, Laurel Creek Nature Centre, Apps Mill Nature Centre as well as Rockwood Conservation Area

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

    Summer Employment for Students

    The Grand River Conservation Authority operates day camp programs at the Guelph Lake Nature Centre, Laurel Creek Nature Centre and Apps Mill Nature Centre as well as Rockwood Conservation Area Conservation Area.

    Camp Counsellors are responsible for facilitating nature based activities for day campers ages 6-14. You will inspire kids to discover and learn about the natural world. You will encourage and support campers in their activities. You will be a role model for campers to look up to and will motivate campers to be kind and caring in their interactions. You will ensure that campers are safe at all times. Camp counsellors are responsible for providing care, program instruction, and leadership to a group of children attending the day camp programs.

    Specific Duties:

    • Provide for the care, safety, and well-being of a group of children during canoeing, stream studies and in certain locations swimming.
    • Deliver various program activities for a group of campers.
    • Provide ongoing feedback, verbal and written, to parents concerning their child’s camp experience.
    • Provide supervision and program delivery for campers during regularly scheduled days.
    • Assist with the pre-season set-up and end of season closing of the camp.
    • Camp maintenance and other duties as assigned.

    Technical Requirements:

    • Enrolled in a college or university program in recreation, outdoor education, or a related field is preferred. Senior high school students with experience will be considered.
    • Ability to work independently as well as in groups.
    • Experience working with children.
    • Program and leadership skills.
    • Good communication skills.
    • Previous day or residential camp counselling experience or comparable experience working with children.
    • Standard First Aid and CPR certification.
    • Successful applicants will be required to submit a satisfactory criminal record check prior to commencing work.
    • Ability to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions.
    • Ability to work evenings as required for the program.

    TO APPLY:

    To apply please send your resume and cover letter (referencing Camp Counsellor) by 4:00pm March 1, 2018 to: careers@grandriver.ca

    (Please send your resume and cover letter as an MS Word document).

    We thank you for your interest, however only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

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


    • 26 Jan 2018
    • 02 Mar 2018
    • Downsview Park

    Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions 

    Req #:      174335

    Location:  Toronto

    Job Type:  Student

    You’re working hard for your degree and looking for a career in which you can have an impact. We invite you to join us at BGIS. You'll be working with the leading provider of integrated real estate management services, including facilities management, project management, energy & sustainability services, strategic workplace consulting, real estate services and capital planning. With over 20 years of experience, we employ over 5,000 skilled professionals and manage in excess of 56 million square metres of property and infrastructure, and deliver services that drive sustainable cost reductions for its clients. 

    Reports To:        Parks Manager

    Effective Date:   May 2018

    PURPOSE OF ROLE:

    Downsview Park currently has job opportunities for Student Workers who are currently enrolled full time in a post-secondary institution (programs must be related to Horticulture, Arboriculture) to assist in Park Operations for the summer of 2018.

    These positions are perfect for highly motivated individuals who have a strong dedication to the development of urban green space as well as interest in community events and have a passion for working in an outdoor environment with an emphasis on horticulture, green space development and landscaping.

    KEY FUNCTIONS:

    • Maintenance of horticultural displays, including: planting, weeding, watering, cultivation and pruning.

    • Maintenance of turf, including mowing, trimming and fertilizing.

    • Landscape (hardscaping and softscaping) installation.

    • Park sanitation.

    • Shift work may be required including weekend and evening work.

    • Previous park labour or landscape experience would be considered an asset.

    • Other duties as required.


    KEY REQUIREMENTS:

    • Post-secondary education or accreditation in related horticulture, park, or landscape field.

    • Must possess and maintain a valid G license.

    • Must have a current knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

    • Ability to work flexible hours, weekends as required.


    KEY COMPETENCIES:

    • Good written and verbal communication skills.

    • Attention to detail.

    • A team player that embraces a collaborative approach to problem solving.


    Apply Now


    • 30 Jan 2018
    • 26 Feb 2018
    • Upper Thames River Conservation Authority


    Notice of Competition


    Conservation Area Seasonal Positions 

    Fanshawe, Pittock and Wildwood Conservation Areas 

    The Upper Thames River Conservation Authority invites applications for the following seasonal positions within our three Conservation Areas: 

    Fanshawe Conservation Area 
    (London, Ontario) 
    Positions close February 19, 2018


    Pittock Conservation Area 
    (Woodstock, Ontario) 
    Positions close February 19, 2018

    Wildwood Conservation Area 
    (St. Marys, Ontario) 
    Positions close February 26, 2018

    To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@thamesriver.on.ca. 

    Please indicate the position title and location in the subject line of your email. If you are applying for more than one position, please send a separate email for each. 

    If you do not have access to email, you may submit your resume by mail to: Mary Sloan, Human Resources Assistant, Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, 1424 Clarke Road, London Ontario N5V 5B9

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

    We will acknowledge receipt of resumes received by email only. If you do not receive an email confirmation, please re-submit your resume or contact us at 519-451-2800 ext. 277. 

    For more information on the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, please visit our website at http://thamesriver.on.ca/ 

    Please click here if you would like to download the original UTRCA job posting.

    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.

    • 02 Feb 2018
    • 23 Feb 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • City of Windsor


    EXTERNAL JOB OPPORTUNITY

    POSITION:                 SUPERVISOR, PARKS - GENERAL (FORESTRY)
    JOB POSTING #:        2018-0038
    POSTING PERIOD:     Friday, February 2, 2018 8:30 a.m. to Friday, February 23, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
    DEPARTMENT:           Parks 
    UNION:                      Non-Union
    LOCATION:                 Various 
    JOB CODE:                  NU0510
    POSITION STATUS:     Regular Full-Time 
    GRADE/CLASS:            NU12
    # OF POSITIONS:        1 
    RATE OF PAY:              $78,500.10 to $95,417.83 Annually
    POSITION #:               00000224 
    SHIFT WORK REQ’D:  No

    DUTIES:

    Reporting to the City Forester/Manager of Forestry and Natural Areas, the Supervisor, Parks - General (Forestry) will be responsible for the daily operation and maintenance of municipally owned trees throughout: right of ways, parks, tree nursery and natural areas:

    • Develops, assigns and evaluates work for arborists and contractors;
    • Implements annual work programs, schedules and timelines;
    • Evaluates operational performance and recommends changes to systems, procedures and methodologies to improve efficiencies;
    • Forecasts and monitors assigned budgets through the analysis and interpretation of financial and management data, monitor performance, expenditures and prepare reports as required;
    • Ensures daily operation is in line with arboriculture best management practices;
    • Reviews and monitors construction operations associated with: development; building permits; utility operation and recommends requirements for protecting existing trees and replanting to ensure compliance; conducts tree risk assessments for By-Law;
    • Reviews and investigates residents’ requests and concerns regarding City owned trees and makes recommendations for treatment including approval or disapproval of requests for removal of City owned trees;
    • Ensures tree inventory and computerized management maintenance program is updated in a timely manner for activities related to the urban forest;
    • Provides support in the leadership, recruitment, training, supervision, discipline, attendance management and performance appraisals of Forestry (Arborists) staff;
    • Represents the Corporation on committees, in meetings and interactions with other government agencies and service providers;
    • Provides recommendations to management on the ‘Arborist Industry Safe Work Practices’;
    • Will perform Occupational Health and Safety duties as outlined in the Corporate Health and Safety Program as well as perform other related duties as required including special projects;
    • Maintain practical awareness of relevant legislation required to investigate complaints, resolve problems and ability to communicate and deal effectively with the public;
    • On-call responsibilities will be a component of the position.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Must have a University degree in Forestry, Horticulture, Biology, Environmental or Plant Science; Park/Woodland Management, Turf and Vegetation controls, Public Administration, or Business Administration or related field and a minimum of (4) four years experience in a parks environment, grounds and facilities, urban forestry operations and maintenance operations with a construction/development function;
    • OR Must have Community College diploma in Forestry, Arboriculture, Horticulture, Turf Management or related field or Ontario Ministry of Education equivalency and a minimum of (6) six years of experience in a parks environment, grounds and facilities, urban forestry operations and maintenance operations with a construction/development function;
    • OR Must have an Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma plus (1) one year of post secondary school courses in any applicable field such as Forestry, Horticulture, Turf Management, Public Administration, Business Administration, or Ontario Ministry of Education equivalencies, and over ten (10) years experience in a parks environment, grounds and facilities, urban forestry operations and maintenance operations with a construction/development function;
    • Must have proven experience liaising with the general public, consultants, contractors and other agencies;
    • Must have supervisory experience in a unionized environment.
    • Must have a proven ability to analyze problems and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
    • Must have knowledge of the Occupational Health & Safety Act, its regulations and knowledge of the hazards associated with the work.
    • Must hold and maintain a current valid and lawful Class G driver’s license in accordance with the Highway Traffic Act, for the purposes of operating a City of Windsor vehicle and provide a driver’s abstract as a condition of employment.
    • A valid Ontario Class “DZ” driver’s license would be considered an asset.
    • Certification as an Arborist, Utility or Municipal Specialist through the International Society of Arborists (ISA) considered an asset.
    • Qualifications in Tree Risk Assessment (TRAQ) considered an asset.
    • Possession of valid Ontario Pesticides Spray License Exterminator, Landscape, Vegetation, and Nursery/Forestry will be considered an asset.
    • Will be required to complete and remain current as per the requirements of the Corporation’s Management Certificate Program.
    • Progression through the Art of Supervision certificate of a supervisory program of a similar nature is considered an asset.
    • The physical demands analysis associated with this job indicates a light level of work.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    • Send resume in confidence, quoting the above File Number, specifically noting your qualifications and experience as outlined above.
    • Resumes will be given further consideration based on meeting the criteria as identified in the qualifications section.
    • Resumes are to be addressed to and received by no later than 4:30 p.m. on the posting period date noted above.
    • Resumes may be provided to the Human Resources Department, 400 City Hall Square East, Suite 408, Windsor, ON, N9A 7K6 (email: recruitment@citywindsor.ca) OR you may drop off your resume to one of the Customer Care Centres.
    • Please refer to the City of Windsor’s website for further information on the location and hours of operation for Customer Care Centres.

    NOTE:

    • Only those applicants selected for an interview will be acknowledged.
    • We offer a smoke-free office environment.
    • Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, c. 25 as amended, and will be used to determine eligibility for employment.
    • The Corporation of the City of Windsor is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    • In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the City of Windsor will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform the City of Windsor Human Resources staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require in respect of any materials or processes used to ensure your equal participation.


    • 09 Feb 2018
    • 22 Feb 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • City of Brantford

         The Corporation of the City Of Brantford

    Parks and Recreation Department
    requires a
    Parks 1 
    Job # 512

    Reporting to the Supervisor of Cemetery Services, the Parks 1 employees will perform duties associated with the landscape maintenance and cemetery operations of the five (5) municipally-owned cemetery properties and mausoleum operated by the City of Brantford.  Duties include, but are not limited to:

    • Seasonal landscape maintenance activities – cutting grass, leaf mulching, tree pruning, sanding, plowing, and salting;
    • Building, facility, and equipment maintenance activities and minor repairs
    • Cemetery operations activities - the preparation and opening of interment sites, completing interments and disinterment's, monument repairs, and flat memorial and foundation installation
    • Working with families in a sensitive and caring manner, as well as other funeral service and cemetery service professionals

     Qualifications

    • Incumbents must have successfully completed Grade 12 or equivalent
    • Experience in the safe operation of a backhoe or similar heavy equipment as well as other landscape maintenance equipment
    • Prepared to be trained in the operation of all related cemetery equipment, work skills and be able to follow written and verbal instructions
    • Basic computer skills and prepared to be trained on the use of a computer tablet and cemetery management software
    • Ability to complete duties to an acceptable standard with minimal supervision
    • Physically fit with the ability to complete labour intensive work, including heavy lifting
    • Ability to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions
    • Available to work unscheduled overtime for funeral services as required, including weekends
    • Ability to participate as an effective team member and contribute to a positive work environment
    • Exceptional communications and interpersonal skills with a strong emphasis on customer service and public interactions
    • Possess a valid Ontario Class G Driver's License ("DZ" would be considered an asset)
    • Incumbents must submit a successful Police Clearance Certificate (dated within the last three months) for approval by the Corporation upon commencing employment
    • Incumbents must also be certified in First Aid and CPR Level C upon commencing employment
    WAGE RANGE
    $17.87 to $22.34 per hour (based on 40 hour a week) plus benefits

    To apply on-line, please visit the City of Brantford website at careers.brantford.ca and click on Current Opportunities.

    Closing date for applications: Thursday, February 22, 2018, at 4:30 p.m.

    Information gathered relative to this position will only be used for candidate selection.
    We thank each applicant for taking the time and effort to submit your resume, however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.
    Our organization is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.  Applicants need to make their required accommodations known in advance.

    • 12 Feb 2018
    • 14 Mar 2018
    • Friday Harbour All Seasons Resort


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    IRRIGATION ATTENDANT

    Are you a passionate person? Do you embody integrity? Is creating excellence important to you? Do you exemplify respect? These are the types of people we are looking for to join our team and help us to establish Friday Harbour as an exceptional all seasons waterside resort, providing unparalleled service and amenities. 


    COMPANY OVERVIEW 
    Friday Harbour Resort is a resort living community located in Innisfil, Ontario. We offer our homeowners, members and guests amenities including: waterside dining, nature preserve, marina, shopping, recreation and leisure programming, special events, golf and more. We are continuously expanding our operations and are looking for exceptional associates to join our Friday Harbour Family. 

    As a member of the Friday Harbour Family, you will join our mission to infuse nature, luxury and brilliance into every moment. 

    ROLE SUMMARY
    The Irrigation Attendant is responsible for programming, operation and maintenance of the irrigation system. This role is responsible for reporting all irrigation concerns and turf quality issues to the Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent. 

    RESPONSIBILITIES 
    • Assist in the preventative maintenance of the irrigation system and troubleshoot issues 
    • Responsible for the irrigation system scheduling and operation of the operating system 
    • Accountable for the water management of playing surfaces through scouting, syringing and hand watering 
    • Ensures parts inventory is maintained and organized 
    • Operates variable frequency drive pumps and Toro Irrigation control radios 
    • Responsible for programming, maintenance and operation of field controllers 
    • Installs and repairs pipes in underground construction (PVC and HDPE) 
    • Responsible for sprinkler head leveling and grading 
    • Accountable for the operation, adjustment and maintenance of sprinklers 
    • Maintain accurate records and daily logs of all pumping data including system usage 
    • Operate and maintain light duty vehicles, tractors, golf carts and golf maintenance equipment 
    • Maintain a safe, clean and organized pump house 
    • Compliance with all safety regulations of assigned tasks, and ensure a clean and safe working environment with active participation in the health and safety program 
    • Adhere to all environmental policies and programs as required 
    • Other duties as assigned 

    REQUIREMENTS 
    • 1-3 years’ golf course maintenance experience 
    • Post-secondary education an asset 
    • Valid driver’s license 
    • Understanding of agronomy and golf course maintenance practices
    • Experience with irrigation system operation and maintenance 
    • Understanding of hydraulics, controls and valves 
    • Must possess excellent customer service skills 
    • Must be computer literate. Preferred candidate will have previous experience with golf course maintenance software, Microsoft Word and Excel 
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills 
    • Detail-oriented and works with a high degree of accuracy 
    • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment 
    • Must be extremely responsible with integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion 

    What will it be like to work for Friday Harbour Resort? 
    We are successful because our team is made up of exceptional employees who are passionate about providing luxury service. We are committed to providing associates a workplace that anticipates needs, recognizes talents, encourages and nurtures skills and provides career paths allowing associates to continue to excel as a part of our Friday Harbour Family. Start Your New Path with Us. 

    *All candidates must be legally eligible to work in Canada. Friday Harbour is unable to assist candidates in obtaining Canadian work authorization. 
    *We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 
    *Friday Harbour is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce. Friday Harbour is also committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. Upon request by the applicant, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Please contact the Human Resources department with any accommodation requests. 

    Interested parties can send their resumes to careers@fridayharbour.com or visit our website www.fridayharbour.com/careers for more information.
    • 12 Feb 2018
    • 14 Mar 2018
    • Friday Harbour All Seasons Resort


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    SPRAY ATTENDANT

    Are you a passionate person? Do you embody integrity? Is creating excellence important to you? Do you exemplify respect? These are the types of people we are looking for to join our team and help us to establish Friday Harbour as an exceptional all seasons waterside resort, providing unparalleled service and amenities. 


    COMPANY OVERVIEW 
    Friday Harbour Resort is a resort living community located in Innisfil, Ontario. We offer our homeowners, members and guests amenities including: waterside dining, nature preserve, marina, shopping, recreation and leisure programming, special events, golf and more. We are continuously expanding our operations and are looking for exceptional associates to join our Friday Harbour Family. 

    As a member of the Friday Harbour Family, you will join our mission to infuse nature, luxury and brilliance into every moment. 

    ROLE SUMMARY

    The Spray Attendant performs chemical applications on various golf course areas. They are responsible for calibration of application equipment and assist in the maintenance of this equipment.


    RESPONSIBILITIES 
    • Responsible for chemical applications on all golf course areas using fertilizers, fungicides, insecticides, herbicides and other plant health products
    • Accountable for safe application of all chemicals, following specific label rates and adhering to policies and procedures
    • Operation of chemical application equipment
    • Operation of equipment such as utility tractors, hand operated equipment and mechanically pressurized equipment
    • Maintain chemical storage and mixing areas
    • Track chemical usage and inventory
    • Calibrate all application equipment
    • Responsible for pest identification and treatment scheduling
    • Responsible for diagnosing and treating turf pest issues
    • Compliance with all safety regulations of assigned tasks, and ensure a clean and safe working environment with active participation in the health and safety program
    • Adhere to all environmental policies and programs as required
    • Other duties as assigned

    REQUIREMENTS
    • Ontario Landscape Exterminator licence
    • Integrated Pest Management certified
    • 1-3 years’ golf course spraying experience
    • Post-secondary education an asset
    • Valid Ontario driver’s license
    • Valid Ontario Landscape exterminator license
    • Knowledge of pesticide chemistry and effectiveness
    • Must possess excellent customer service skills
    • Must be computer literate. Preferred candidate will have previous experience with golf course
    • maintenance software, Microsoft Word and Excel
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Detail-oriented and works with a high degree of accuracy
    • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
    • Must be extremely responsible with integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion

    What will it be like to work for Friday Harbour Resort? 
    We are successful because our team is made up of exceptional employees who are passionate about providing luxury service. We are committed to providing associates a workplace that anticipates needs, recognizes talents, encourages and nurtures skills and provides career paths allowing associates to continue to excel as a part of our Friday Harbour Family. Start Your New Path with Us. 

    *All candidates must be legally eligible to work in Canada. Friday Harbour is unable to assist candidates in obtaining Canadian work authorization. 
    *We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 
    *Friday Harbour is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce. Friday Harbour is also committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. Upon request by the applicant, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Please contact the Human Resources department with any accommodation requests. 

    Interested parties can send their resumes to careers@fridayharbour.com or visit our website www.fridayharbour.com/careers for more information.
    • 14 Feb 2018
    • 27 Feb 2018
    • City of Burlington
    Supervisor, Forest Planning & Health

    Roads, Parks & Forestry Department 


    Job Number: RPF-38-18

    Employment Status: Full Time Permanent 

    Position Overview: This position is responsible for the overall management of urban forest health and planning in the City and reports to the Manager, Urban Forestry. 

    Responsibilities: 

    The Supervisor, Forest Planning & Health is responsible for: 

    • Supervising three city staff and a number of contracted consultants. 
    • Liaising with the public, development industry, utilities, non-governmental organizations, and other civic departments regarding forestry issues. 
    • Administering the conditions of the City Public Tree By-law and City Private Tree By-law (pending future approval), including application review, issuing of infractions, attending court, and issuing and cancelling of City tree permits. 
    • Coordinating Urban Forest health planning and a proactive program of urban forestry for due diligence. 
    • Managing department planting, contracted services, and tree pest budgets. 
    • Maintaining master tree inventory and conducting risk assessments. 
    • Preparing & reviewing reports, including those prepared for Council and Committee that impact the urban forest, and providing comments, recommendations, or specifications to other departments, outside agencies, or the general public. 
    • Designing, developing, and delivering ongoing public education programs. 

    Requirements: 

    The successful candidate will have post secondary education Forestry/Horticulture with 5 years of related experience, at least 3 in a supervisory capacity, and ISA Certified Arborist credentials. Due to the high volume of work and short timeframes, the successful candidate must be able to work under pressure. Excellent interpersonal skills, including conflict management, tact and diplomacy are also required as is the ability to work independently and strong judgement and decision-making skills. This position works a 40-hour work week. This role must be available to respond to occasional after-hours tree-related emergencies to ensure public safety and provide coverage for the Supervisor of Forestry during vacation & absence. 

    Salary Range: $68,333-$85,416 (under review) 

    Posting Close Date: February 27, 2018 

    How to Apply: To apply, please visit www.burlington.ca/careers and click on “View Jobs”. Please note that applications are only accepted online. If you require assistance, please contact Human Resources at 905-335-7602.

    We thank all applicants and advise that only those to be interviewed will be contacted.


    An equal opportunity employer.

    • 16 Feb 2018
    • 28 Feb 2018
    • Landscape Ontario & Come Alive Outside

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    Education and Youth Engagement Coordinator


    JOB DESCRIPTION

    Landscape Ontario Horticultural Trade Association, serves the needs of more than 2,500 professional members and is the province's premier horticultural trades association. Our mission is to be the leader in representing, promoting and fostering a favourable climate for the advancement of the horticulture industry in Ontario. Our vision is to grow a prosperous, professional and ethical industry that is respected and recognized by all stakeholders for the contribution that the industry makes in enhancing lives. Currently Landscape Ontario’s top priority is supporting our professional members by developing a highly skilled workforce with partners and programs that will enable them to prosper and our communities to thrive.

    Come Alive Outside is a non-profit organization with the mission to inspire collaborative community systems that create the awareness, intention and opportunity for people to live healthier lives outside. We work closely with partners in the landscape profession, as well as college horticulture and landscape architecture departments, in order to get people outdoors and inspire the next generation of young people to play an active role in creating nature-rich cities.

    Vision: This joint position with Landscape Ontario and Come Alive Outside arises out of the opportunity to align the missions of the two organizations in order to create positive social change. Landscape Ontario has identified a critical need to inspire young people to pursue meaningful careers in horticulture, in order to support the current and future needs of its members to design, build and maintain living green infrastructure and landscape horticulture projects. Come Alive Outside also identifies the need to inspire young people to spend more time outside, as well as to pursue careers that create access to nature in urban environments, as critical to the health and wellness of current and future generations.

    Purpose: To coordinate events and programs that support workforce development priorities, and help communities to embrace the full benefits of the green spaces where they live, work and play as well as the profession that makes these spaces possible.

    DUTIES:
    • Support community and horticulture industry partners across Ontario in organizing and executing 10 Come Alive Outside Green Street Challenge events in 2018, creating temporary parks on prominent downtown streets. 
    • Support the Horticulture Educators Association (HEA) with professional development, and youth engagement events and activities to create greater awareness of meaningful pathways to careers in horticulture.
    • Organize 2 Come Alive Outside Design Challenge Programs in 2018, connecting post-secondary, secondary and primary students with landscape professionals to design natural school yards.
    • Organize and promote careers in horticulture at events, including but not limited to: 
    1. Partner events including career fairs, Skills Ontario Workshops and Competitions, Specialist High Skills Major, Green Industries and Post-secondary events, etc.
    2. Educator, Industry and Community events including HEA, CAO, Congress, Green Trade Expo, Chapter & Sector events, Canada Blooms, etc.
    • Communicate regularly with Landscape Ontario Director of Education and Labour Development and Come Alive Outside Executive Director on event and program coordination and produce progress reports as needed.
    • Support management with future grant project coordination and administration.
    • Maintain confidentiality of privileged information obtained during the course of work.
    QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
    • Minimum of 3 years of successful project coordination experience or other relevant leadership experience.Energetic personality with strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills. Organizational skills, with attention to detail and ability to simultaneously coordinate and monitor multiple, multi-faceted projects through to completion in a fast-paced environment.
    • Passionate about working with educators and youth and empowering them to create a better world.
    • Self-motivated, professional work ethic and positive attitude to represent Landscape Ontario and Come Alive Outside across the province.
    • Ability to write and speak in a professional and enthusiastic manner. • Valid driver’s license and interest in travelling in Ontario.
    • Proficient computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations. 
    • Horticulture or related industry experience is advantageous.
    TERMS:
    • Permanent, Full-time 
    • Monday through Friday with some evenings or weekend work as required to complete projects or events. 
    • This position requires regular travel within the province of Ontario. Location: 
    • Working from Landscape Ontario office in Milton, Ontario. 


    REMUNERATION: 

    • Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.
    • Benefits as provided by the Landscape Ontario employee package. 

    REPORTS TO:

    • Director of Education & Labour Development of Landscape Ontario 
    • Executive Director of Come Alive Outside.

    APPLICATION PROCESS:

    Apply by submitting a resume to the following e-mail addresses no later than Feb. 28, 2018

    Submit Resume to:

    Andy Paluch: andy@comealiveoutside.com 

    Sally Harvey: sharvey@landscapeontario.com

    • 16 Feb 2018
    • 04 Mar 2018
    • Albion Hills Conservation Authority

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    SERVICE AND SUPPORT STAFF, ALBION HILLS CA

    Employment Type: Seasonal Position

    Location: Albion Hills CA - 16500 Highway 50. Palgrave, Ontario

    Division: Parks and Culture  

    Salary Range: $14.00 per hour

    SUMMARY OF FUNCTION:

    Various Service and Support Staff positions are available at our facility, including maintenance, admissions, camper registration/cashier and food service positions, including snack bar attendant/cashier.

    Provide assistance and customer service to the public and perform general maintenance tasks as assigned. Deliver exceptional natural and cultural experiences for each of our guests. Flexibility to work all shifts, including evenings and weekends, as required. Occupational health and safety is a major responsibility of this position.


    NOTE: Hiring at TRCA is contingent to the clearance of the Vulnerable Sector Screening. Candidates will be asked for a screening only where they have been selected as the leading candidate.

    KNOWLEDGE:

    • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Superior customer service skills.
    • Cash handling experience.
    • General computer skills.
    • Conflict resolution and problem solving skills.
    • Valid First Aid and CPR Basic Rescuer Certificate an asset.
    • Food Handlers Certification an asset.
    • Valid Ontario Driver’s License an asset.

    SUMMARY OF MAJOR TASKS:

    1. Perform the following tasks under general supervision:
    2. Provide exceptional customer service at all times.
    3. Greet and collect fees from visitors and maintain balanced records of monies collected.
    4. Operate POS and computer systems proficiently.
    5. Maintain cleanliness of all buildings, facilities and work areas.
    6. Assist with any inquiries from staff, members of the public and others in a tactful and professional manner.
    7. Perform general maintenance duties as required.
    8. Complete any forms and reports as required.
    9. Perform assigned tasks safely and efficiently.
    10. Participate in required training in the use of equipment, vehicles, tools, etc.; Follow all TRCA protocols and safety policies and procedures.
    11. May require physical activity for extended periods of time in all weather conditions.
    12. May be required to lift or carry objects that could weigh up to 50 pounds.
    13. Other duties as assigned.

    FORWARD COVER LETTER AND RESUME - BY APPLYING ONLINE:
    http://www.trca.on.ca/careers/  By: March 4, 2018
    Please attach one pdf document that includes both your cover letter and resume.

    At TRCA, we respect diversity and treat one another in ways that are fair, courteous and compassionate, recognizing everyone’s contributions. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. TRCA is committed to providing accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.  If you require accessibility accommodations, please notify us and we will work with you to meet your needs.

    We encourage applications from all qualified individuals; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    • 21 Feb 2018
    • 06 Mar 2018
    • City of Guelph

                 

    The City of Guelph is a vibrant community with over 120,000 people located in the heart of Southern Ontario, just one hours driving distance from Toronto.  Set in a picturesque natural setting, Guelph is known for its rich architectural heritage, growing economy and excellent quality of life - all good reasons to consider a career in this beautiful city.

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    Resumes are being accepted for the temporary position of Park Planning Technologist within the Parks and Recreation Department. Reporting to the Manager, Open Space Planning, the successful candidate will assist in a wide range of parks planning functions with a focus on development of park planning standards, construction and development of park facilities, upgrades to the asset management system, and quality customer service. Guided by the goals and objectives of the City of Guelph Corporate Administrative Plan and committed to the Corporate Values of integrity, excellence and wellness, the candidate will aid in the achievement of the Community Vision – to be the city that makes a difference.

    Hours of work: 

    35 hours per week Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.  Occasional evening work would be required to attend meetings.

    DUTIES:

    • Assist in the monitoring and inspection of construction and development of park facilities and park projects.  Document construction progress and success; ensure all work is proceeding according to plan/tender and take corrective action if necessary (i.e., issuance of change orders).
    • Manage project processes including producing parks/facility tenders, quotations, and proposals; research and prepare specifications and drawings for tendering purposes (products, materials, contractors, and techniques); process invoices and memos.
    • Review landscape plans for new development and redevelopment.
    •  Assist and lead park planning and capital projects as needed.
    • Prepare cost estimates for a variety of park projects (e.g. sports fields, lighting, paths and roadways, planting).
    • Establish and regularly update an asset management system to map and track the inventory, location, value and condition of parkland assets and future maintenance needs for all park service components and assist in development of 10 year capital replacement forecasts, especially as it relates to PSAB requirements.
    • Review and comment on site plan submissions, Committee of Adjustment applications and other development applications as required.
    • Develop, update and maintain park planning standards including best practices review, benching and historical data banks for costs, specifications and details.
    • Inventory and report on parkland encroachment and other similar violations of the City Lands Encroachment By-law.
    • Respond to inquiries from management, staff, public, development applicants and elected officials and recommend resolutions.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Considerable experience related to the duties listed above, normally acquired through a degree or diploma in Landscape Architecture/Technology or closely related field and 3 - 4 years landscape design and construction experience, preferably in a municipal environment.  Candidates with an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
    • Must possess a valid Class “G” driver’s licence with a good driving record.  Successful candidates will be required to provide a current driver’s abstract prior to their start date to confirm their licence is held in good standing and that it has not been suspended or revoked under the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) or Criminal Code of Canada in the last 5 years. The City of Guelph will take into consideration the number of demerit points and/or nature of the infractions to determine if it meets our requirements.
    • Demonstrated experience, knowledge and understanding of park planning & construction.
    •  Advanced knowledge of Auto CAD 2013 software, GIS and database applications.
    • Demonstrated abilities as a self-starter.
    • Eligible or working towards membership with Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA).
    • Good working knowledge of computer based project management applications MS Project and MS Office.
    • Project management and contract administration experience an asset.
    • Strong interpersonal skills with excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.
    •  Ability to provide a solution oriented, customer service approach using good judgement, creativity and strategic thinking.
    • Knowledge of the Occupational Health & Safety Act.

    RATE:

    $32.66 - $40.12 per hour

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Qualified applicants are invited to apply using our online application system by Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Please note all applicants must complete the online questionnaire specific to this position at the time they submit their resume and cover letter in order to be considered. Proof of qualifications will be requested at the interview stage.

    To access the online application system, please visit the job posting listed on http://guelph.ca/employment-careers/ and click on the “Apply for this job” icon. Instructions will follow.

    The City of Guelph is an equal opportunity employer which values diversity in the workplace. We are therefore happy to accommodate any individual needs in keeping with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you require an accommodation in order to participate in the hiring process, please contact us to make your needs known in advance.

    Personal information collected through the recruitment process will be used solely to determine eligibility for employment. We thank all candidates in advance; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

    The City of Guelph is an equal opportunity employer.

    • 21 Feb 2018
    • 31 Mar 2018
    • 11:59 PM
    • City of Kitchener


    Job ID #: 1740

    POSITION OVERVIEW: Assists in outdoor ground maintenance.

    RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    • Operates grass cutting equipment (push mower), leaf blower, and gas powered line trimmer.
    • Collects and removes debris at various locations throughout the city.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned

    REQUIREMENTS:    

      • Must have a minimum equivalent to partial secondary school education.
      • Must have up to 1 month of related experience.
      • Must be reliable with a good attitude.
      • Must be willing to work in a team environment and have a willingness to accept directions.
      • Ability to perform physical labour.
      • Strong customer service skills.
      • Preference will be given to candidates holding a valid G class license
      Please note that as per Human Resources Policy #II-110, "Employment of Relatives of Staff Members and Elected Officials":
      "The immediate relatives of staff of the Human Resources Division, all Directors, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, or the Chief Administrative Officer and Elected Officials shall not be employed by the City in any capacity.
      The immediate relatives of all other Management personnel shall not be employed where such employment would be:
      1. within the same Department in the case of permanent full-time, temporary full-time and part-time classifications.
      2. within the same Division in the case of students."

        Candidates selected for hire may be required to provide a satisfactory driver's abstract dated no earlier than 30 days prior to their hire date as a condition of employment.

        Note: Candidates may be required to successfully complete online training and assessments prior to start date as a condition of hire.

        We are committed to diversity and inclusion, and thank all applicants in advance. Accommodations are available during all stages of the recruitment process in accordance with the Human Rights Code.

        We thank all applicants for their interest, however only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.


        Department: Infrastructure Services  
        Union Affiliation: Non-Union/Management               
        Job Status: Summer Student
        Posting Added Date: 12/21/2017        
        Posting Closing Date: 3/31/2018
        Posting Closing Time: 11:59pm
        Branch/Location Offices: Various locations                   
        Compensation Range: $14.44-$15.16 (est rate effect April 1/18)
             


        • 21 Feb 2018
        • 31 Mar 2018
        • 11:59 PM
        • City of Kitchener


        Job ID #: 1744

        POSITION OVERVIEW: Assists with outdoor ground maintenance.

        RESPONSIBILITIES: 

          • Maintains flower beds and hanging baskets; plants, weeds, and provides general care and maintenance of a mixed perennial, bi-annual and annual plant material
          • Waters and fertilizers plant material as required
          • Collects and removes debris/litter at various locations throughout the city (site beautification)
          • Operates grass cutting equipment (push mower), leaf blower, and gas powered line trimmer
          • Clears woodchip walking paths; collects and removes debris
          • Operates pressure washer to clean water parks
          • Performs other related duties as assigned

          REQUIREMENTS:    

              • Must have a minimum equivalent to partial secondary school education.
              • Must have up to 1 month of related experience.
              • Must be reliable with a good attitude.
              • Must be willing to work in a team environment and have a willingness to accept directions.
              • Ability to work in a variety of outdoor conditions
              • Ability to perform physical labour.
              • Strong customer service skills.
              • Preference will be given to candidates holding a valid G class license
              Please note that as per Human Resources Policy #II-110, "Employment of Relatives of Staff Members and Elected Officials":
              "The immediate relatives of staff of the Human Resources Division, all Directors, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, or the Chief Administrative Officer and Elected Officials shall not be employed by the City in any capacity.
              The immediate relatives of all other Management personnel shall not be employed where such employment would be:
              1. within the same Department in the case of permanent full-time, temporary full-time and part-time classifications.
              2. within the same Division in the case of students."

                Candidates selected for hire may be required to provide a satisfactory driver's abstract dated no earlier than 30 days prior to their hire date as a condition of employment.

                Note: Candidates may be required to successfully complete online training and assessments prior to start date as a condition of hire.

                We are committed to diversity and inclusion, and thank all applicants in advance. Accommodations are available during all stages of the recruitment process in accordance with the Human Rights Code.

                We thank all applicants for their interest, however only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.


                 
                Union Affiliation: Non-Union/Management               
                Job Status: Summer Student
                Posting Added Date: 12/21/2017        
                Posting Closing Date: 3/31/2018
                Posting Closing Time: 11:59pm
                Progress Status: Receiving applications
                Branch/Location Offices: Various locations                   
                Compensation Range: $14.44-$15.16 (est rate effect April 1/18)
                  
                • 21 Feb 2018
                • 04 Apr 2018
                • City of Kitchener


                Job ID #:1672

                RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties May Include:

                  • Maintenance, repair and renovation of turf in, on and around City parks, trails, greenways, community centers, aquatic centers, arenas, some libraries, boulevards, roadsides, medians and storm water management areas
                  • Sportsfield setup, maintenance and turf renovation
                  • Maintenance of flower beds and hanging baskets; planting, weeding, and providing general care and maintenance of mixed perennial, bi-annual and annual plant material
                  • Watering and fertilizing plant material
                  • Assisting in the maintenance of trails, playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts and outdoor furniture
                  • Snow removal duties in the winter
                  • Other duties as assigned

                  REQUIREMENTS:    

                      1. Must be reliable with good attitude and employment record.
                      2. Must be willing to successfully complete a medical examination if required.
                      3. Must successfully complete required professional criteria as it relates to this job title.
                      4. Must have minimum Grade 12 diploma or meet requirements of GATB testing or GED
                      5. Must have demonstrated communication/customer service skills and successfully pass applicable testing with an ability to keep accurate written records.
                      6. Must be prepared to be trained in the operation of all related equipment and work skills.
                      7. Must be able to perform a variety of duties including manual labour.
                      8. Must be flexible to work varying shifts, & rotational duties, weekends and overtime as required.
                      9. Must have an ability to participate as an effective team member.

                      Candidates selected for hire will be required to provide a satisfactory driver's abstract dated no earlier than 30 days prior to their hire date as a condition of employment.

                      Candidates may be required to complete and pass on-line testing and training prior to their start date.

                      Please note that as per Human Resources Policy #II-110, "Employment of Relatives of Staff Members and Elected Officials":
                      "The immediate relatives of staff of the Human Resources Division, all Directors, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, or the Chief Administrative Officer and Elected Officials shall not be employed by the City in any capacity.
                      The immediate relatives of all other Management personnel shall not be employed where such employment would be:
                      1. within the same Department in the case of permanent full-time, temporary full-time and part-time classifications.
                      2. within the same Division in the case of students."

                        Candidates selected for hire may be required to provide a satisfactory driver's abstract dated no earlier than 30 days prior to their hire date as a condition of employment.

                        Note: Candidates may be required to successfully complete online training and assessments prior to start date as a condition of hire.

                        We are committed to diversity and inclusion, and thank all applicants in advance. Accommodations are available during all stages of the recruitment process in accordance with the Human Rights Code.

                        We thank all applicants for their interest, however only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.

                        INTERNAL REQUIREMENTS:
                        Department: Infrastructure Services  
                        Division: Operations
                        Union Affiliation: C.U.P.E. 68               
                        Posting Added Date: 9/25/2017      
                        Posting Closing Date: 4/1/2018
                        Branch/Location Offices: Kitchener Operations Facility-131 Goodrich Drive, Kitchener, ON 
                        Compensation Range:
                        $21.70 per hour 

                      Past Employment Opportunities

                      07 Feb 2018 DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT - PARKS
                      30 Jan 2018 TRADESPERSON
                      26 Jan 2018 DIRECTOR, HORTICULTURE
                      23 Jan 2018 SPRING/SUMMER 2018 RECRUITMENT
                      16 Jan 2018 SECURITY GUARD, SUMMER STUDENTS
                      16 Jan 2018 FOOD CONCESSION, SUMMER STUDENTS
                      16 Jan 2018 PARK MAINTENANCE, SUMMER STUDENTS
                      16 Jan 2018 GATE ATTENDANT, SUMMER STUDENTS
                      15 Jan 2018 TURFPERSON/INTEGRATED PEST TECHNICIAN, PERMANENT
                      15 Jan 2018 IRRIGATION PERSON, PERMANENT
                      09 Jan 2018 CONSERVATION AREA CLERK, Pittock Conservation Area (Woodstock, ON)
                      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
                      30 Nov 2017 2018 SUMMER STUDENT RECRUITMENT - GENERAL LABOURERS
                      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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