If you’re on the hunt for employment or a job that will carry you well into the winter months, look no further.
The City of Toronto is gearing up to host a number of job fairs in the coming weeks, where interested candidates can learn about current recreation job openings, receive application support, learn about the steps for applying, and have one-on-one time with city representatives.
Current job opportunities include music teachers, swim instructors, after-school program leaders, special needs staff, and more.
All jobs are located across the city in community centres, parks, pools, arenas, and city-owned museums and cultural centres.
Over the coming weeks, there will be five job fairs taking place throughout the city. You can find full details below.
|July 31, 2019||4:30 pm to 7:30 pm||Etobicoke Civic Centre|
|August 6, 2019||5 pm to 8 pm||Scarborough Civic Centre|
|August 6, 2019||6 pm to 9 pm||Regent Park Community Centre|
|August 9, 2019||5 pm to 8 pm||North York Civic Centre|
|August 9, 2019||5 pm to 8 pm||Metro Hall|
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So whether you’re looking for your first job, a part-time job, or possess a specialty skill that you want to put to work, the City of Toronto has something for you.
All interested job seekers should bring an electronic version of your resume, as well as a paper copy, your ID, and qualifications.
So tweak that resume, print that cover letter, and make room in your calendar for one of these job fairs.