City of Toronto

Toronto

What you need to know

Get set for a top career with the City of Toronto!

Almost 34,000 people work together to serve the biggest city in Canada.

Those employees can be found across the city, at work in offices, parks, childcare centres and more – fulfilling almost 2,600 different roles. These diverse opportunities welcome a range of skills, while providing consistent support for your personal and professional success.

The City of Toronto strives to be a model of public service excellence and is looking for people who share our values.

The City of Toronto is committed to fostering a positive and progressive workplace culture with a workforce that is representative of the citizens it serves. Applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minority group members are encouraged.

If you're serious about your career and are ready to put your skills to work, get set to explore opportunities at the City of Toronto!

Toronto City Hall

What skills and attributes does the City of Toronto look for in a candidate?

While you'll be able to bring your particular skills and experience to different roles at the City of Toronto, you'll also be responsible for adhering to the highest standard of integrity, professionalism and ethical behaviour.

Those expectations are part of your platform to excel each day in your new career!

What diverse work environments can students and recent graduates look forward to working in with the City of Toronto?

The City of Toronto provides a broad range of services.

Whether it's indoor, outdoor or somewhere in-between, the 4,200 worksites across the City of Toronto include something to suit every preference, including childcare centres, offices, shelters/hostels, ambulances and fire trucks, long-term care homes, water plants, transfer stations, parks and recreation centres.

Paramedic

Why should a student or recent graduate explore a career with the City of Toronto?

When you work at the City of Toronto, the work you do makes a difference. You're providing important services and programs directly to the residents of the City of Toronto – services that people rely upon in their daily lives.

The skills and dedication you bring to your role contribute to something bigger: a reliable network of high-quality services that the public calls on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To make sure you can grow and succeed in your role, you'll be connected with training and developmental opportunities – part of our commitment to building and enabling a high-performing team that is ready to meet today's needs and plan for tomorrow's challenges.

As a diverse team working in one of the most diverse cities in the world, we've also made diversity a top priority in the workplace! We reflect the diverse population we serve as a diverse, accessible, inclusive and respectful employer.

What are the long-term employment opportunities available to students and recent graduates beginning in an entry-level position with the City of Toronto?

The City is a great place to make a career for people who are public service-minded, e.g. people who want more out of work than just a pay cheque – who want to make a difference!

You'll be fully-involved in work that you can take pride in, bringing your commitment to each day on the job.

Our range of operations and the size of our resident base mean that as we offer more services to the city's residents, you'll have more opportunity to explore.

Your effort will be rewarded, when you come to work each day, and as you build your career.

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