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Current Job Postings Are Listed Below

About OMAA's Job Board

If you are looking to get your CAO or Senior Staff vacant position in front of over half of Ontario's CAOs you've come to the right place.

By using one of OMAA's Job recruitment services, you can be assured of reaching a targeted audience with the municipal government leadership skills and expertise you require.

OMAA's Job Posting/Recruitment Services

For one low price of $300, OMAA offers a new consolidated Job Ad promotion services which includes the following:

  • Your Job Ad posted on the OMAA website for up to two months (Note: the posting is available not just to members but anyone else visiting the OMAA website. 
  • Due to a recent partnership with muniSERV, your Job Ad will also be posted on the muniSERV website for the same period of time for cross Canada exposure.
  • An individual email distribution to all OMAA Members will also be undertaken attaching a copy of the Job Ad. 

How To Request a Posting/Distribution

Contact the OMAA Executive Director to submit a Word or PDF version of your Job Ad and to coordinate a date for website posting and/or Member message.

Typically a website posting and/or email distribution to the membership can be done within 24 to 48 hours of the request.

An invoice will be subsequently sent back. Payment can be made by mailing a cheque made payable to "The Ontario Municipal Administrators' Association" to the OMAA offices at 14 Caledonia Terrace, Goderich, Ontario, N7A 2M8.

Got questions? Contact Maureen at the email noted above or 855 833 OMAA(6622)




The Town of Deep River is a vibrant, diverse municipality located on the shores of the Ottawa River and the Highway 17 corridor, midway between North Bay and Ottawa. Deep River is filled with history, culture, and natural beauty. From beaches and mountains to a Symphony and ski hill, Deep River features an unspoiled, tree-lined valley and back-to-nature environment that attracts visitors and residents from around the world. The Town of Deep River is seeking applications for the position of Treasurer. The successful candidate, as a member of senior staff, will act as financial controller and perform all statutory duties of Treasurer and Tax Collector. The Treasurer will also provide support, guidance and advice to Department Heads, Committees, Council, and local boards on financial matters, as well as monitoring the implementation of all financial policies and programs as established by Council.

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Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m. on Monday June 20, 2022



Conservation Ontario is a not-for-profit association that supports the network of Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities.    We are governed by a Board of Directors and directed by a Council comprised of representatives from each of the Conservation Authorities. Conservation Authorities are community-based watershed management agencies, whose mandate is to undertake watershed-based programs to protect people and property from flooding, and other natural hazards, and to conserve natural resources for economic, social and environmental benefits. Our vision is to engage Conservation Authorities in matters of common interest and to shape effective policy relating to Conservation Authorities. Our mission is to promote and continually strengthen a watershed-based conservation coalition in Ontario. The business programs we are accountable for include Policy and Program Development, Business Development and Partnerships, Government Relations, Information Management and Research, Education and Training, Collective Corporate Services and Communications.  As our new General Manager you will be responsible for the strategic leadership in the development and implementation of policies and programs, and the decisions of its Council and Board of Directors.

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Application Deadline: June 17, 2022 




The Township of Wellington North is located 30 minutes north of Guelph on Highway 6 and takes in both rural and urban settings.  Nestled in a picturesque agricultural setting the Township contains some of the best farmland the County has to offer as well as a substantial Industrial base and a wealth of Conservation Land.  Old established neighbourhoods are complemented by new residential development and small urban centres by rural countryside providing a variety of lifestyle choices for its workforce, residents and their guests.  The quality of life available is second to none with clean air and clean water, quiet tree lined streets, abundant recreational activities, excellent shopping opportunities along with convenient Health Care and excellent Educational facilities.  With a combined operational and capital budget of $23M, Wellington-North is committed to meeting the needs of our residents and business community by delivering efficient and effective services.  Reporting to the Mayor and Council, the Chief Administrative Officer is responsible for the strategic leadership and efficient delivery of all the municipality’s administrative and operational services. As the key advisor to Council, you have the vision to develop and implement operational plans and ensure the coordination of services which align to and support our strategic priorities.

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Application Deadline: May 30, 2022




Nestled between two major centres in Northern Ontario, the Corporation of the Municipality of Markstay-Warren is poised for exciting change. Markstay-Warren is a serene bedroom community located 25 minutes east from the City of Greater Sudbury. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the enchanting landscapes of the Boreal Shield found in Markstay-Warren. Our rural community provides quaint “shop local” opportunities and other lifestyle conveniences for residents of all ethnicities, such as elementary schools, playgrounds, libraries, and community centres. Encompassed by a countryside aura, all of our neighbourhoods provide a sense of belonging and a tranquil way of life.  Reporting directly to the CAO, the Director of Operations will be responsible for the leadership and management of the Public Works and Recreation Departments, municipal buildings, and recreation facilities. In addition, the Director’s responsibilities include developing and operating waste management, drainage, water, and wastewater systems. The Director of Operations oversees the construction and maintenance programs associated with roads, bridges, landfills, and other services. The successful candidate will ensure that all legislative requirements are met, sound financial principles are applied and takes responsibility for operational activities.

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Application Deadline: April 15th, 2022 at 12:00 p.m.




The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is a single tier municipality. Located between Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair, Chatham-Kent covers a large geographical area of 2,500 sq. km.  Each community in Chatham-Kent has its own unique character and history, but all enjoy the safe and affordable lifestyle that makes the region popular. Chatham-Kent's population has steadily been increasing and diversifying. Chatham-Kent is currently home to 106,091 people and over 55 languages are spoken. With a population density of 42.4 people/sq. km, there is plenty of room to grow.  With an operational budget of over $350M and over 1350 permanent staff, our municipality is committed to meeting the needs of our residents and business community by delivering efficient and effective services.  The Chatham-Kent Plan 2035 (CK2035) is an 18-year plan to take Chatham-Kent into the next generation. CK2035 is based on four strategic priorities that include economic prosperity, health and safety community, people and culture, and environmental sustainability supported by guiding principles of financial sustainability, open and transparent government and resiliency.

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Application Deadline: April 22nd, 2022




The Township of Adjala-Tosorontio is a tight-knit agricultural community, rich in natural beauty, where community meets nature. The small town charm in its growing and peaceful rural setting provides farming and business opportunity, where people can live among the rolling hills in a friendly environment.  The Township has a growing total population of over 10,900.  The Township has a strong economic future due to its strategic location. As the south-west gateway to Simcoe County, Adjala-Tosorontio is a short one-hour drive to the Greater Toronto Area and associated transportation corridors linking Southern Ontario to North American markets in the USA and Mexico. With the recently completed rezoning of the 400 acre Employment Corridor lands, the Township is poised for future development.  With a combined operational and capital budget of over $15M, Adjala-Tosorontio is committed to meeting the needs of our residents and business community by delivering efficient and effective services.

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Application Deadline: April 15th, 2022




The Municipality of Huron East is a progressive and growing municipality of approximately 10,000 residents. Located in beautiful Huron County, Huron East is a blend of vibrant urban areas, rural communities, and productive farm land. Located 30 minutes west of Stratford and one hour north of London, Huron East provides an impressive level of services and opportunities for our residents. The Municipality of Huron East is seeking a motivated and dedicated individual for the position of Finance Manager-Treasurer. This position is a key member of the Senior Management Team, responsible for performing all statutory duties of the Treasurer in accordance with the Municipal Act and other legislation. Additional responsibilities also include overall planning, development and financial management of the municipality’s financial systems and fiscal strategies, leadership, direction and vision to staff and contract service providers, budgeting, property tax, accounting, asset management, payroll and procurement. As a strategic leader, the Director provides professional guidance to Council on all financial matters, ensuring fiscal accountability, sustainability and security, informing responsible decision making and facilitating implementation of Council direction.

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Application Deadline: 4:00 pm on April 22, 2022




Hornepayne, recently identified as the Geographic Centre of Ontario, lies in the heart of the Boreal Forest, approximately 430 km north of Sault Ste Marie. This blossoming community of 980 people has an operating budget of $5 million and is in the midst of managing over $7 million dollars in capital projects for 2022 thanks to several successful funding applications.  Guided by a forward-thinking Council with a robust Strategic Plan as well as a recently completed Comprehensive Service Delivery Review, and by participating in various regional partnerships, Hornepayne is eagerly embracing transformation and renewal. Our status as an emerging municipality offers an exciting employment opportunity for someone looking to affect real change. Council’s Core Values of Integrity, Accountability and Transparency, Hardworking, Respectful and Inclusive are pervasive throughout the organization and a staple that both Council and Staff strive towards and take great pride in.  Reporting directly to Mayor and Council, the Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk is responsible for the strategic leadership and efficient delivery of all the Municipality’s administrative and operational services. As the key advisor and liaison to Council, the CAO/Clerk will develop and implement operational plans and ensure alignment with Council’s Vision, Mission, Values and Strategic Priorities.

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Application Deadline: March 31, 2022




With a population of 32,000, Orillia is a sustainable and creative city that leverages its core strengths: a lively and historic downtown, exciting growth, and vibrant waterfronts along two lakes. Orillia is located one hour north of the GTA and offers affordable living alongside major employers like Lakehead University, Georgian College and the Ontario Provincial Police headquarters. Orillia offers an excellent quality of life with four-season recreation and cultural opportunities for every age including an impressive parks and trail system, festivals, galleries, music and live theatre. Located in the heart of Ontario’s Lake Country, Orillia is a great place to live, work and explore. Pursuant to Section 228 of the Municipal Act, the City Clerk is responsible for recording all resolutions, decisions, and other proceedings of City Council. Responsible for planning, directing and administering all activities of the Clerk’s Division, preparing Council agendas, administering oaths, conducting the municipal election, vital statistics registrar, maintaining the Municipal Code and Policy Manual, records management, lottery licensing and responsible for customer service at the main counter. This position reports to the General Manager of Corporate Services and City Solicitor.

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Application Deadline: March 25, 2022 at noon




Come join our team! We are looking for a candidate that shares our corporate values of Honesty, Excellence, Team, Fun, Creativity and Respect. These values are second nature for the successful candidate and are demonstrated in their work and interactions with colleagues and the community. Reporting directly to the Chief Administrative Office, the Commissioner of Recreation and Parks will provide strategic leadership and oversight to the Recreation and Parks Department, which provides programs, services and facilities that help to fulfill the physical, mental and social needs of the community.  Work divisions within the department include Recreation Services, Facilities, Parks and Open Space, and Community Development.  This position is a key member of the Town’s Senior Management Team.

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Application Deadline: 4:30 p.m., March 22, 2022



Brampton is a city focused on the future. We serve one of the youngest, fastest growing, and most diverse cities in the country. We are a future ready organization with a sharp focus that is aiming high and thinking bigger. We sit at the centre of Canada’s innovation super corridor, encouraging investment and growing our global success. We are building a vibrant community that ignites opportunity and instills pride in the people who live and work here. Brampton is in the midst of transforming, out in front, as a pioneer of suburban excellence. Leaders in our organization understand success requires passion, creativity and agility. We value progress over process. We hold each other accountable. We are a team who is engaged, excited and empowered to deliver results for Brampton, and beyond. This senior leadership position is responsible for providing strategic direction and advice to Council and the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Strategic execution and service delivery excellence will drive optimal organizational change in the Corporate Support Services business portfolios which include Finance, Information Technology, Purchasing, Strategic Communications and Human Resources.

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As Canada’s fastest growing municipality (based on 2021 Census data), the Town of East Gwillimbury is located along Highway 404 in northern York Region and is as a premier center for growth within the GTA. Reporting directly to the CAO, this position will be a key member of the Town of East Gwillimbury’s Senior Management Team, providing leadership and executive level support to both the CAO and Council. The position will also be responsible for the strategic leadership and general/financial management of the Legal and Council Support Services portfolio for the Town which includes: insurance and risk management, real estate and property; coordination and presentation of business planning and capital/operating budgets and forecasts; departmental organization and management staff including the Clerks and By-laws branch (currently under review), report preparation and attendance at Council/Committee meetings; representative duties related to the portfolio and on behalf of the CAO as required/assigned. Providing relevant advice to departments, CAO and Council on issues and municipal policy. Responds to inquiries from the public, community organizations, other levels of government, Town staff and Members of Council regarding policies and procedures of the Town. Champions the Town’s Strategic Priorities, Community Vision, and Council’s goals/decisions; and models and champions the Town’s values as a Character Community.

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Application Deadline: March 20, 2022




As Canada’s fastest growing municipality (based on 2021 Census data), the Town of East Gwillimbury is located along Highway 404 in northern York Region and is a premier center for growth within the GTA. We are proud of our award-winning focus on modernization, innovation, and creativity. Those joining Team EG will use that lens to help shape our growing community. As an Employee Recommended Workplace, employees enjoy a number of benefits including; competitive wages, employee assistance program, social and wellness committees, access to outdoor seating areas and numerous trails which allow you to enjoy the beauty of EG while at work. Come join our team and see the EG difference!  This important member of the Town’s management leadership team will report to the Chief Administrative Officer, and will be responsible for the strategic leadership and financial management of Development Services for the Town of East Gwillimbury including both Planning & Building Services.

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Application Deadline: March 13, 2022



Located 90 minutes north of Toronto, on the southern shores of Georgian Bay, North Simcoe is a dynamic region in central Ontario well positioned for investment, growth and development. Our rural community offers businesses and stakeholders a strategic location, talented workforce and high value for their investment. The unique alliance of four municipalities (Midland, Penetanguishene, Tiny, and Tay) through the Economic Development Corporation of North Simcoe creates synergies and outcomes focused on operations that are cost-effective, innovative, efficient and global. We administer, with good stewardship, an annual budget of approximately $400,000 funded by the four municipalities to empower continued opportunity, growth and economic prosperity for the citizens, businesses and investors of North Simcoe.  We are currently seeking an energetic, ambitious, self-starter who is keen to make a lasting positive impact on business attraction, retention, and expansion within North Simcoe. We need someone with the experience and expertise to help us take our community to the next level by creating innovative economic development programs. In this role, you will combine your years of experience, skills, networking abilities, and a big vision, to radically transform the organization's strategic plan and deliver on a renewed commitment to our local economy.

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With a population of 479,000, Niagara is a rapidly growing Region, where the population is expected to grow by more than 214,000 new residents by 2051. It consists of a mosaic of twelve municipalities, each of which has its own distinctiveness, history, geographical differences, and culture. Niagara Region administration employs a dynamic workforce of approximately 3,500 union and non-union staff, working in multiple locations, jobs, and shifts. With significant growth and development plans, Niagara Region is seeking an outstanding candidate for the position of Commissioner of Public Works. Reporting to the CAO the core responsibilities of the role will be to:

  • Provide strategic, innovative, and operational leadership for the Public Works department consisting of 4 divisions, 616 staff, and a $302M capital and a $257M operating budget for 2022
  • Ensure linear infrastructure (Transportation, Water and Wastewater, GO Implementation, Waste Management) program and service development, enhancement, and maintenance delivery to support growth objectives and service delivery
  • Work with the Region’s 12 municipalities, key stakeholders, and the NR leadership in a collaborative and consultative manner to support growth, as well as ongoing programs and services

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Application Deadline: end of day March 18, 2022.



Whatever the season, the Municipality of Kincardine has something to offer. Discover our thriving lakeside downtown shops and dining options, renowned festivals and events, recreational programming, and an agricultural community rich in product and you'll understand how enticing it is to be a part of this wonderful community. Centrally located on the beautiful, sandy shores of Lake Huron, travel distances to the Municipality of Kincardine average within 2 hours to many city centers, as well as the US border. Enjoy a lifestyle that can be as busy or as relaxed as you want it to be. The population of Kincardine is active and young with over 11,000 people; 60%+ of which are pre-retirement. The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) will provide effective advice and support to Council through the development and implementation of policy, strategy and objectives that address the needs of the Municipality of Kincardine. The CAO will provide effective leadership to the management and staff of the Municipality, directing the human, financial, and physical resources, ensuring that Council's directives are carried out.

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Located just two hours north of Toronto, The District Municipality of Muskoka is where you will find some of Canada’s most beautiful lakes, majestic forests, and stunning Canadian Shield cliffs. The District Municipality of Muskoka (District) covers an area of approximately 4800 square kilometres, containing over 650 lakes. Muskoka is governed by a two-tier municipal system. The District forms the upper-tier, working closely with six lower-tier municipalities; Township of Muskoka Lakes, Township of Georgian Bay, Township of Lake of Bays, Town of Bracebridge, Town of Huntsville, and Town of Gravenhurst. Both levels collaborate and align services to achieve cost efficiencies and best serve residents and visitors to Muskoka.  Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Commissioner, Community and Planning Services is responsible for the strategic leadership, management, and administration of the Community & Planning Services (CPS) department. This includes Housing & Homelessness, Ontario Works, Children’s Services, Planning Services, Environmental & Watershed Programs, and GIS. The Commissioner, CPS will oversee the delivery of community and individual programming for vulnerable populations, broader delivery of land use and watershed planning programs, and climate change initiatives.

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Application Deadline: March 2nd, 2022.