Parks, Forestry & Recreation


Are you looking for a job with a difference?

Whether you are looking for a part-time job, a summer job, or possess a specialty skill you want to put to work, we've got something for you. Teach children and youth in one of the many sports programs, promote active living in adults and seniors, share Toronto's history with residents and visitors or help discover the next Picasso in an art class.


Summer 2014 general recruitment is now complete.

We will begin accepting applications for Fall, Winter and Spring 2014-2015 positions on July 7, 2014. At that time all job profiles will be visible to the public. The application deadline for these positions will be August 7, 2014.

Check our current vacancies on a regular basis for positions that need to be filled outside the regular recruitment periods or for last minute vacancies.

Are you looking for a part-time job with a difference?

Group of staff wearing identical blue tee shirts

Current Job Opportunities

Check out our Current Opportunities to view Recreation & Culture job opportunities currently available in your neighbourhood.

Composite image of recreation workers with children at different activities like swimming, basketball and hiking

Ongoing Opportunities

Check out our Ongoing Opportunities to view Recreation & Culture job opportunities that we recruit for on an ongoing basis. Although there may not be current vacancies, resumes are kept for six months for future consideration as vacancies arise.


Application Process

Throughout the year, jobs become available at various locations around the City that need to filled outside the regular recruitment periods

Returning Recreation Worker Scheduling


Are you a returning recreation staff?

The submission deadline for Spring/Summer 2014 scheduling forms is January 9, 2014. The Submissions are being accepted online or in paper format by dropping it off at the following Civic Centre drop boxes: Metro Hall, Scarborough Civic Centre, North York Civic Centre, Etobicoke/York Civic Centre