The City of Toronto has many different part time jobs available each year for people aged 14 and over. Current recreation job postings are available online.
Recreation jobs offer seasonal and year-round part-time opportunities with flexible work hours and quality work teams in a unionized environment.
Recreation Job Information Sessions are being hosted virtually. Get connected with program area staff and learn about:
Questions will be answered at the end of the session. Each session is about an hour long.
|May 19, 2022||After-school Recreation Care (ARC)||5 to 6 p.m.|
|May 26, 2022||General||5 to 6 p.m.|
|June 1, 2022||Skate||5 to 6 p.m.|
|June 14, 2022||General||5 to 6 p.m.|
|June 29, 2022||Aquatics||5 to 6 p.m.|
|July 6, 2022||General||5 to 6 p.m.|
|July 26, 2022||Skate||5 to 6 p.m.|
|July 27, 2022||Aquatics||3 to 4 p.m.|
|July 27, 2022||General||7 to 8 p.m.|
|July 27, 2022||After-school Recreation Care (ARC)||5 to 6 p.m.|
Visit Important Information to learn more about the different recreation jobs available.
If you still have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
A complete list of job opportunities is available online. You can also search by job category:
The City of Toronto may offer opportunities to teach and deliver a range of Virtual Recreation Programs. Staff will instruct programs online from a City of Toronto community centre; locations to be confirmed.
A job posting describes the type of work or tasks you will be doing if you get the job, and provides a list of skills and experience we are looking for when we read your application. It is a good idea to make your application match what we are looking for under responsibilities and qualifications. Make sure to tell us about any experience you have for each skill we have asked for. You can give us this information in either your resume or cover letter.
Be sure to apply before the job posting end date. Applications will not be accepted past this date.
More Job Application Tips are available and have information about how to format your resume and create a good cover letter.
We use an online application system for jobs. We no longer accept mailed, hand delivered or faxed resumes and cover letters. You must apply online.
We thank all those who apply, however, only applicants who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. It could take up to two months to hear from us, depending on the length of time the job is posted and how many applications we have to sort through.
If you do not get an interview and are interested in receiving feedback, please email email@example.com.
You will need to create a profile before being able to submit an application online. To create a profile, you will need:
Remember to save your password. You will need it to access your profile and to apply for other jobs.
Each year, the City of Toronto begins recruiting for part-time summer jobs in December and fall, winter and spring part-time jobs in June. Please look at the postings for specific dates.
Be sure to submit your application before 11:59 p.m. on the end date listed on the job posting. You can’t apply after the posting closes.
If you want to apply for more than one position you must submit separate online applications for each job you are interested in. Each application should have a resume that describes your skills and qualifications for the posting you are applying to.
When filling out the online application, there are a few questions to answer. This is called a pre-screening questionnaire. The pre-screening questionnaire helps us sort your application. Make sure to read your answers and confirm they are right before clicking “Confirm and Submit Application”. Once you have submitted the application, you can’t make changes to it.
After you have submitted your online application, you will receive a confirmation email to the email address you gave us. You can also log into your account and click on “Application Management”. Here you will be able to view what you have applied to and see if your resume was uploaded successfully.
Follow this list to make sure you complete all the steps required for applying to a Parks, Forestry and Recreation job competition.
If your application has shown us that you are a good match for the job, we will invite you to a virtual interview. It could be weeks between when you apply online and when you hear from us, so keep a copy of the job posting and the resume you submitted.
On the day of your scheduled interview, you will be contacted by an interview team, either by computer video conferencing or by telephone. Please make sure that you are prepared for their call 5 minutes before your interview time. We recommend that you are in a quiet place with limited distractions.
If you need accommodation to apply for this position due to disability under the Ontario Human Rights Code, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting the Requisition ID (Req ID) and the job title.
The City is committed to providing Code-protected accommodation throughout its hiring process. Please visit Hiring Policies and Statements for more information.
You will be contacted by a staff person who will let you know the specifics of your new job, like who you will be working with and where you will be working.
We will also let you know about the training you will have to attend before you begin your new job. The training is provided by the City, and is free to attend. In fact, we pay you to do it!
An email will be sent to you with a link to securely upload pictures or scans of the following documents:
One of the requirements for working with children and vulnerable adults is that you need to have a Vulnerable Sector Check completed and share the results with the City of Toronto. For Recreation Worker positions, we are only able to consider candidates who have passed the Vulnerable Sector Check.
Once you are given a conditional offer of employment, we will ask for a Vulnerable Sector Check on your behalf if you live in the City of Toronto. If you live outside of Toronto, you will need to ask for a Vulnerable Sector Check from your local Police Service. For more information about vulnerable sector screening, please contact your local Police Service.
Page last published March 18, 2021.