Careers

Positions

Assistant, Newcomer Youth Program- Full-time Contract (TRCA-133-21)

Web Developer- Full-time Contract Position (TRCA-120-21)

Planner, Infrastructure Planning and Permits – Full-Time Contract Position (TRCA-132-21)

Planner I, Infrastructure Planning and Permits – Full-Time Contract Position (TRCA-131-21)

Planner I, Infrastructure Planning and Permits - Full-Time Position (TRCA-130-21)

Technologist, Water Resources Engineering - Full-time Position (TRCA-129-21)

Planning Ecologist I, Planning Ecology - Full-Time Contract Position (TRCA-128-21)

Planning Ecologist I, Planning Ecology – Full-Time Position (TRCA-127-21)

Parks and Facilities Maintenance Staff, Boyd Conservation Area - Short-Term Contract Position (TRCA-057-21)

Monitoring Technician, West Nile Virus, Aquatic Monitoring and Management – Short-Term Contract (TRCA-126-21)

Planner I, Planning Policy and Regulation – Short-Term Contract (TRCA-125-21)

Coordinator, Community Engagement (Education), Peel, Education & Training – Short-Term Contract (TRCA-124-21)

Crew Leader, Ravine Youth Team Short-Term Contract (TRCA-122-21)

Crew (Ravine Team) Short-term Contract (TRCA-123-21)

Parks and Facilities Maintenance Staff, Indian Line Campground - Short-Term Contract Position (TRCA-058-21)

Visitor Experience Representatives, Indian Line Campground- Short-Term Contract Position (TRCA-054-21)

Visitor Experience Representatives, Boyd Conservation Area - Short-Term Contract Position (TRCA-053-21)

Crew Leader, Boyd Conservation Area - Short-Term Contract Position (TRCA-051-21)

Senior Manager, Project Management Office - Full-Time Position (TRCA-104-21)

Technologist, Flood Risk Management, Engineering Services – Full-Time Contract Position (TRCA-121-21)

Field Staff, Construction Services - Full-Time Contract Position (TRCA-119-21)

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Working at TRCA

TRCA supports diversity in business and the workforce. We offer personal and professional growth within our multi-faceted company. We also offer a range of volunteer opportunities which can be found on our Volunteer Job Board.

We encourage international applicants to apply to our organization.

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WES validates international academic credentials and provides academic equivalency. By evaluating international academic credentials, WES facilitates the integration of internationally educated individuals into the Canadian employment marketplace.

WES is a not-for-profit organization that is the authorized credential evaluation service of the Ontario Government. It is known for the quality and reliability of its evaluations and the timeliness of its service.

We encourage all international applicants to have their academic credentials evaluated prior to applying for employment, in order that they can be accurately interpreted and compared to Canadian equivalents.