Employment Opportunities

Come work with us. We are hiring!

We are currently hiring seven positions for the operational season. Each position is 40 hours/week with varying lengths throughout the season. Please see the positions and durations, below.

How to Apply

Click on each position title, below to review the position description. To apply, please email your cover letter/resume as one file (.pdf or Word doc.) to humanresources@otonabeeconservation.com with the subject heading that includes the work location, name of position, and your name.

Example Email Subject: Warsaw Caves Conservation Area | Gatehouse Attendant | Taylor Smith

Applications for all positions are due by noon on Friday, March 5, 2021


Location: WARSAW CAVES CONSERVATION AREA

Gatehouse Attendant | 40 hours/week
One position:
– 10 weeks (Jun. 28 – Sep. 6, 2021)

Park Operations Worker | 40 hours/week
Two positions:
– 16 weeks (May 17 – Sep 6, 2021)
– 10 weeks (Jun. 28 – Sep.6, 2021)

Location: BEAVERMEAD CAMPGROUND

Assistant Supervisor | 40 hours/week
One position:
– 26 weeks (May 3 – Oct. 29, 2021)

Park Operations Worker / Gatehouse Attendant | 40 hours/week
Two positions:
– 22 weeks (May 17 – Oct. 15, 2021)
– 10 weeks (Jun. 28 – Sep. 6, 2021)

Location: CONSERVATION LANDS

Assistant Conservation Areas Technician | 40 hours/week
One position:
– 16 weeks (May – Sep. 6, 2021)


Otonabee Conservation is an equal opportunity employer.

We are pleased to accommodate any individual needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you require accommodation throughout the hiring process, please contact 705-745-5791, ext. 201 to make your needs known in advance.

We thank all applicants in advance, however, only those selected for interviews will be acknowledged. Personal information is collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for the purpose of this employment opportunity.

For information about job opportunities at other Conservation Authorities, please visit Conservation Ontario.