The Parks and Recreation sector across Canada always has new and exciting employment opportunities. Check out some current listings below. Employment opportunities are listed in the language provided by the recruiter.
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Parks Technician Level I, II, III or IV - Open Spaces
City of Yorkton, SK
A Temporary Full-Time & Permanent Full-Time Parks Technician in the Open Spaces Stream will mainly be responsible for duties associated to the maintenance of the open spaces throughout the City.
1- Temporary Full time (min 6 months)
1- Permanent Full time
Competition Number: 2017-32
Posting Period: please forward your resume and cover letter quoting competition number 2017-32, no later than Friday August 11, 2017 at 4:00pm
City of New Westminster, BC
The City of New Westminster has an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, passionate and service-focused individual. Step into a rewarding leadership position as Manager, Aquatics. Canada Games Pool is a premier aquatic and fitness destination, renowned for its innovative and unique lesson program, customer service and quality instruction. As a key member of the leadership team within the Parks and Recreation Department, this position is accountable for providing ongoing leadership and management of the Canada Games Pool programs, rentals, services, partnerships, leases, and facility operations. This position also oversees two seasonal outdoor pool facilities.
Regular, Full Time - Job #17-87
Posting Period: please apply by sending your resume and covering letter quoting competition #17-87, no later than September 8, 2017
City of Surrey, BC
Reporting to the General Manager, Parks, Recreation and Culture, the Manager, Parks will be
responsible for the strategic development and implementation of parks, forestry and open space
strategies at the City of Surrey. The Manager, Parks develops and delivers on a full scope of parks
management accountabilites, from the acquisition of parkland to the planning, design, construction, and operation of the City’s park system that supports 520,000 residents.