Scheduling forms are for active recreation workers only.
Parks, Forestry & Recreation is excited to announce that the scheduling forms for Part-Time Recreation Workers are now available on-line for the Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 Sessions.
All you need to submit your scheduling form on-line is:
your last name (as it appears on pay advice)
your City of Toronto employee number
With the new electronic scheduling forms, Part-Time Recreation Workers will be able to complete and submit their scheduling forms on-line.
The Benefits of on-line scheduling forms:
confirmation of submission
better for the environment
For any inquiries regarding on-line submissions please speak to your Community Recreation Programmer or send an e-mail to email@example.com
For a Recreation Worker to be scheduled, it is mandatory that they complete the appropriate scheduling form(s). The on-time deadline for Fall 2013/Winter 2014 is Monday, June 24, 2013 at 4:00 pm. Incorrect and incomplete forms will jeopardize your shift.
Fall 2013/Winter 2014 scheduling forms were mailed via Canada Post on Friday May 24, 2013.
The Scheduling Project ensures that returning Recreation Workers, whose forms are received by 4:00 pm on Monday June 24, 2013, shall be offered regularly scheduled work at the same location, in the same season, and in the same program/classification. Any remaining hours of work available after returning employees have been scheduled, will be offered to the most senior employee who is qualified, available, and whose forms have been received by the due date.
Please read carefully, we have revised the process in requesting shifts. Recreation workers must complete/indicate the appropriate section to the shift request that they are submitting.
Part A - Returning Employees - Same Location, Same Classification (Job Title), Same Shift
Part B - Same Location, Same Classification, Additional Shifts
Part C - Same Location, Different Classification
Part D - Different Location, Different Classification
Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 Recreation Worker Scheduling Forms are available for on-line submission on
May 24, 2013.
Forms can be mailed via Canada Post to:
In Person Drop-off
Forms may also be delivered to marked drop boxes that are located on the main floor near the security desks; Community Centre drop boxes are located at the front desk of the following locations:
Administration of the Scheduling Project currently requires that all forms and other relevant information is mailed to you by Canada Post; therefore, it is imperative that any changes in your mailing address be updated with the City as soon as possible. Recreation Workers who are not in receipt of wages for any period exceeding twelve (12) months for reasons of other than an approved Leave of Absence, including any leave granted in accordance with statute, will lose their respective seniority.
If you have any questions regarding the Scheduling Project, you can contact your Community Recreation Programmer or Supervisor or the Local 79 office at (416) 977-1629 ext.353.