Great jobs available! Apply before March 31 for part-time summer recreation, aquatic and museum jobs with the City of Toronto

Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow makes an announcement (image source: X / @MayorOliviaChow)

Today, Mayor Olivia Chow reminded residents that the City of Toronto is hiring for part-time summer recreation jobs. Warmer days are ahead, and the City offers good-paying jobs that provide strong work and community-building experience for students and residents. Candidates should apply now with a specific focus on recreation, aquatic and museum employment opportunities.

The search is on for a wide range of skilled applicants ranging from lifeguards to aquatics and fitness instructors to camp leaders and aquatic assistants – with an application deadline of March 31. The City is actively hiring with applications accepted on the City’s Recreation Jobs webpage:

The City is Toronto’s largest recreation program provider and employs approximately 9,000 recreation workers annually, 5,000 of whom work primarily during the summer season. Additionally, more than 800 seasonal gardeners and parks workers are hired each year.


“As the largest employer of youth and students, I am proud that the City of Toronto can offer thousands of good jobs at fair wages for anyone seeking part-time employment. These jobs are instrumental to the youth in our city. These jobs give our youth the opportunity to gain employment experience, create community connections and serve our city and its residents. These important employment opportunities connect people to a pathway to success.”
– Mayor Olivia Chow

“Working in recreation helps to build leadership and problem-solving skills that last a lifetime. A job with the City provides an opportunity to contribute to your community while also building your career.”
– Deputy Mayor Ausma Malik, Councillor (Spadina-Fort York)

SOURCE City of Toronto

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