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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)


CURRENT JOB POSTINGS


TOWN OF ERIN - DIRECTOR OF INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES

Reporting directly to the Town’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Director of Infrastructure Services is responsible for the overall direction, management and administration of departmental units associated with Engineering, Roads, and Parks and Recreation in addition to overseeing the outsourced water services which reside with the Ontario Clean Water Agency. As a member of the Town’s Leadership Team, the incumbent will be responsible for the leadership of the aforementioned areas of business including the delivery, development and maintenance of municipal systems. The incumbent will also help develop, manage and support strategies, plans, budget coordination, asset management planning, needs assessments. The incumbent is also responsible for performing statutory duties under the Ontario Municipal Act, Drainage Act, Public Utilities Act, Highway Traffic Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Water Resources Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Council policies; and to provide procedural advice and assistance to Council.

Full Job Ad

Application Deadline: Friday, July 5th, at 4:00pm 


METROLINX - MUNICIPAL PROGRAM SPONSOR

Our Sponsor Office, within the Planning and Design Business Unit, is seeking a Municipal Program Sponsor. The Sponsor is a unique role that works collaboratively across the organization to ensure that project benefits are defined, appropriate approvals are secured, a capable delivery team is assigned to the work, and the project is well governed with appropriate budget, schedule and risk oversight. Sponsors are the ‘guiding minds’ of a project, providing assurance to the organization across the full project lifecycle that the delivered project can realize the targeted benefits. Reporting to the Principal Sponsor, the Municipal Program Sponsor is a dynamic and conscientious leader that ensures that we have effective strategy for working with our key municipal partners on high profile and politically sensitive projects to ensure positive business outcomes for the organization. This includes putting effective governance in place, leading and advising on commercial agreements with municipalities, municipal service providers and the Province, supporting the CEO and Chief Planning Officer at senior-level committees, and taking the big picture view on the various interfaces with each municipal partner. The Municipal Program Sponsor will build and leverage strong relationships with government partners. As such, the Municipal Program Sponsor plays a pivotal role in advising teams on strategy and the path to approval and endorsement to keep our projects moving forward effectively.

Full Job Ad

Deadline for Applications: June 30th, 2019.


METROLINX - SPONSOR (SENIOR MANAGERS)

Our Sponsor Office, within the Planning and Design Business Unit, is seeking Sponsors at the Senior Manager level for multiple areas in the Sponsor Office including New Stations, Rapid Transit, Early Works Sponsor Programs. Reporting to the Program Sponsors, the Sponsors are part of a multi-disciplinary project team implementing the day-to-day management of high profile and politically sensitive projects to ensure that investment decisions are in line with corporate strategy and committed outcomes are delivered. The Sponsor is a unique role that works collaboratively across the organization to ensure that project benefits are defined, appropriate approvals are secured, a capable delivery team is assigned to the work, and the project is well governed with appropriate budget, schedule and risk oversight. Sponsors are the ‘guiding minds’ of a project, providing assurance to the organization across the full project lifecycle that the delivered project can realize the targeted benefits. The Sponsor Office makes sure the Client gets the benefits and requirements that they funded. 

Full Job Ad

Deadline for Applications: June 30th, 2019.


TOWN OF GREATER NAPANEE - GENERAL MANAGER OF FINANCIAL SERVICES/TREASURER

The Town of Greater Napanee is an urban/rural municipality with a population of approximately 16,000 with a diverse residential, commercial and industrial tax base. The community also operates a self-financed water utility, and provides oversight of the BIA’s finances.  The Town of Greater Napanee seeks a contemporary General Manager with a successful track record to provide management within a corporate portfolio that includes taxation, payroll, utilities billing, tangible asset management, A/P, A/R, Audit, G/L and development and implementation of financial policies, investment strategies and fiscal controls. Reporting to the CAO, this position is one of four General Managers on the Senior Management Team.

Full Job Ad 

Deadline for Applications: June 27, 2019 


MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL - DIRECTOR, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management’s Emergency Management Branch leads the promotion, development, implementation and maintenance of effective emergency management programs throughout Ontario, and - the coordination of these programs with the federal government.  Fulfilling this provincial coordination role requires assisting provincial ministries and communities in the development and implementation of their mandatory emergency management programs, and by maintaining the overall provincial emergency management program. Reporting to the Chief, Emergency Management, the Branch’s portfolio is organized into seven major program areas: Director’s Office, Provincial Emergency Operations Centre, Provincial Field Operations, Program Development, Emergency and Nuclear Planning and Exercises, Training and Public Education, and, Ministry Programs.

Full Job Ad

Deadline for Applications: Friday, June 21, 2019


CITY OF GUELPH - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

As the CAO, you are expected to successfully deliver the highest calibre of progressive, practical and responsive services to a rapidly growing city of over 130,000 residents.  The City has a rich heritage dating back to 1827 and is home to a premier research university and has one of the strongest economic regions in Canada.  Reporting to City Council, the CAO will contribute leadership, strategy, direction and enthusiasm to a staff of 2,100 with a total budget of over $555 million.  The CAO will work closely with Council and the executive team to develop a compelling vision and strategy, establish the targets and standards of performance and drive the City of Guelph to build on past success and realize its full potential.

Full Job Ad 

Posting Closes: June 21st, 2019


CITY OF HAMILTON - BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT - LRT

This is a Full-time, temporary opportunity of up to 24 months – Hamilton, ON.  Your appraisal background and expertise in municipal real estate and business development will drive your success in this key role within the City of Hamilton’s Light Rail Transit (LRT) Project Division.  Reporting to the Senior Business Development Consultant, Hamilton LRT, you will be responsible for the management of Realty matters associated with the LRT construction. This will include both project management and the negotiation of property acquisitions, property leasing, the creation of appraisals and the appraisal review function for the Hamilton LRT project.

Full Job Ad 

Deadline for Applications: Wednesday, June 12, 2019


COUNTY OF BRUCE - DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE SERVICES

Reporting to the CAO, the Director, Corporate Services oversees the overall management and direction of Financial Services, Information Technology Services and the Emergency Management program for the County of Bruce and Financial Services for the Bruce County Library, including Purchasing and Facilities management. Key responsibilities include strategic Financial and Information Technology planning and leadership of emergency plans for the County through operations management, continuous improvement programs, staff leadership, and financial management including procurement.  Join our team powered by innovation and shared values where explorers turn obstacles into opportunities and individual challenges into shared solutions.  You will discover a lifestyle that provides endless opportunity for exploration at work and after.  Your adventure with Bruce County starts here.

Full Job Ad

Deadline for applications is Sunday, June 16, 2019


TOWN OF COCHRANE - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  

The Corporation of the Town of Cochrane, recognized as one of the top 50 small towns in Canada to visit in 2017 and the #1 in snowmobile trails in the world, is looking for a new Chief Administrative Officer/Economic Development to replace the current CAO, who is retiring. If you are looking for a change of pace, the Town of Cochrane, a culturally diverse and vibrant community including a large francophone and aboriginal population, has the largest gold mine in North America nearby, two world class forestry mills poised for prosperity, and some of the leading green energy initiatives in the region. The Town of Cochrane is home to the Polar Bear Habitat and the Tim Horton Event Centre which boasts the Cochrane Crunch. Cochrane boasts a very diversified economy in mining, forestry, government, tourism and agriculture.

Full Job Ad 

Selection process begins on June 20, 2019


CITY OF TORONTO -  DIRECTOR, POLICY & STRATEGIC SUPPORT 

CLOSED

Reporting to the Executive Director, Municipal Licensing and Standards, you’ll lead the strategic policy, planning and research functions in the Municipal Licensing and Standards Division through the development of plans and strategies, business intelligence, research activities, special projects and liaison/participation with diverse internal and external stakeholders on corporate policy development. As Director of the Policy & Strategic Support Section, it will be your role to develop, design and implement functional policies and programs that make major changes in overall business performance based on long-term needs. You will also be counted upon to contribute to the continuous improvement of divisional performance, both through analysis and by developing and implementing sound management practices and procedures.

Full Job Ad

Application Deadline: June 6th, 2019


CITY OF CAMBRIDGE - CITY MANAGER

CLOSED

The City of Cambridge can be best described as the coming together of places, and the uniting of people to build a City that will grow into a prosperous metropolis and become one of the best places to live and work in the Province of Ontario.  The advantageous location, enviable lifestyle, skilled labour force and growing population has led to the City of Cambridge being considered as one of Ontario's fastest growing and economically prosperous regions. As a leader, you seek to engage our approximately 1000 employees and inspire excellence as you demonstrate by example the corporate values of integrity, respect, inclusiveness and service.

Full Job Ad 

Application Deadline: June 10th, 2019


TOWN OF GRIMSBY - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

Situated between the south shores of Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment lies the Town of Grimsby. With a population of over 27,000, Grimsby is a growing municipality in the Niagara Region. As the midpoint between Hamilton and St. Catharines, and westernmost Town in the Region, Grimsby is part of the Hamilton Census Metropolitan Area. Grimsby is a sought after community that has experienced significant growth over the past decade due in part to its geographic location between the Greater Hamilton and Toronto Areas, and Niagara Region – providing access to world class amenities.  The Town Council is comprised of a newly elected Mayor and eight (8) Councillors, six of whom are newly elected and to whom the CAO would provide policy advice and a collaborative leadership style to help fulfill their vision for Grimsby, including progressive yet thoughtful development.

Full Job Ad

Closing Date: Monday, May 13, 2019, at 4:30 p.m. 


TORONTO POLICE SERVICE - STRATEGIC ADVISOR, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE

CLOSED

Are you an exceptional leader – one who knows how to lead from principle and respect-based influence rather than authority – and who brings a great deal of wisdom, judgment and the ability to grasp concepts and form credible partnerships and relationships? If so, consider this newly created role as Strategic Advisor to the Chief of Police, that calls for a balance of strategic leadership and influence skills, with the ability to anticipate and respond quickly and appropriately as new opportunities and situations arise.  In this key role, you will work closely with the Chief of Police and the Command Team as a senior strategist and relationship manager, ensuring the seamless coordination and communication of Service-wide priorities, issues and initiatives to critical stakeholder groups. You will handle time-sensitive and confidential challenges impacting the Service, providing critical support to the Chief of Police.

Full Job Ad

Closing Date: by Thursday, May 2, 2019 


CITY OF TORONTO - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

CLOSED

The City of Toronto is recruiting for a progressive leader to join the Community and Social Services' Executive team, as Executive Director, Social Development, Finance and Administration. This is a career-defining mandate for a transformational leader who sees both the forest and the trees, capably setting strategy, plans and goals, then skilfully mobilizing the necessary resources to achieve results and deliver on divisional and corporate priorities. If you’re such a leader, the City of Toronto Social Development, Finance and Administration Division welcomes your vision, guidance and expertise. Reporting to the Deputy City Manager, you’ll lead, direct and manage the Social Development, Finance and Administration Division, a broad portfolio encompassing service system planning, community development and neighbourhood capacity building programs, youth employment, Corporate-wide strategic initiatives and City/Council priorities. This is an exciting opportunity to advance the City’s social inclusion agenda, including social planning, research and policy development, while providing the financial and administrative oversight and controls as well as direct financial and administrative supports for the Community and Social Services divisions.

Full Job Ad

Closing Date: May 3, 2019.


CITY OF TORONTO - GENERAL MANAGER, CHILDREN'S SERVICES 

CLOSED

The City of Toronto is recruiting for two progressive leaders to join the Community and Social Services Department Executive team, including an exciting opportunity as General Manager of Children’s Services. This mandate would be a solid career move for a transformational leader who is both strategically minded and tactically skilled, equally adept at setting strategy, plans and goals, and at mobilizing resources to deliver on divisional and corporate priorities. If you’re such a results-oriented leader, bring your vision and expertise to the City of Toronto. Reporting to the Deputy City Manager, you’ll set the overall strategic direction for the Children's Services Division by establishing divisional goals, objectives and priorities aligned with City strategic directions and Council priorities. In particular, you’ll oversee and coordinate the policy framework and administration of divisional programs, and lead policy development, planning, organizing, implementing, directing and evaluating activities and matters related to the services provided within Children's Services and to the community childcare programs overseen by the Division.

Full Job Ad 

Closing Date:  May 3 2019


TOWN OF COLLINGWOOD - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CUSTOMER AND CORPORATE SERVICE

CLOSED

The Town of Collingwood is realigning functions across the organization and part of this process involves creating a new Department to focus on customer service. Reporting to the CAO, the newly created position of Executive Director, Customer and Corporate Service is responsible to lead and direct integrated initiatives across the organization related to customer service delivery, strategy, performance, and improvement with a commitment to providing exceptional customer service to meet the needs of residents, business, stakeholders and employees with regard to timeliness and effectiveness. The position is also responsible for the management and leadership of corporate services which include Human Resources, Information Technology Services, Fleet & Facilities, and Communications. Main duties and responsibilities are in the areas of developing and managing an integrated customer service strategy, overseeing corporate service functions, and department administration

Full Job Ad

Closing Date:  no later than May 6, 2019 by 4:00 p.m. 


GRAND RIVER CONSERVATION AUTHORITY - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

Reporting to the General Membership of the Authority, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is the senior staff member of the Authority, an accomplished manager with proven leadership skills obtained through significant experience in a career marked by professional growth, substantial accomplishments and recurrent advancement. The CAO is committed to the concepts of continuous improvement and corporate excellence. Working collaboratively with the General Membership and providing strong leadership to the Authority management team, the CAO plays a pivotal role in the establishment of plans and procedures that ensure that the strategic direction and long term goals of the Authority are appropriate to its mission and accomplished on a timely basis. As a key support member of the Grand River Conservation Foundation, the CAO takes an active role in policy development, strategic planning and participating in key fundraising requests for the Foundation and ensures an appropriate level of cooperation and support between the Foundation and the GRCA

Full Job Ad

Deadline for Applications: 4:00pm Monday April 29 2019


TOWN OF WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville is part of York Region, one of Canada’s highest population-growth areas, and is situated northeast of Toronto. Highway 404 forms the town’s western boundary and connects to the province’s 400-series highways, providing easy access to business transportation routes including Lester B. Pearson Airport. While the current population is approximately 49,000 residents, the town’s population is expected to reach 60,000 by 2031.  Whitchurch-Stouffville is a lively, fast-growing town, with traditional rural and communal roots that provides perspective in transforming to a knowledge-based economy.   Due to the retirement of the Town’s current Chief Administrative Officer, applications of qualified candidates are being accepted for this position.  The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville offers exciting opportunities for the right municipal leader. We are seeking a strategic thinker with a strong passion for community, skilled in government relations, who has a reputation for providing clear policy advice to Council and a strong collaborative leadership style. 

Full Job Ad 


TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH FRONTENAC - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

South Frontenac is the ideal place to call home. With a population of 18,646, and over 75 lakes within the community, residents, businesses and visitors have the opportunity to enjoy the

community across all four seasons. Our vision at the Township of South Frontenac is to continue to be a proactive, well-managed and accountable municipality that engages residents, collaborates with partners and champions the community's unique lifestyle. Covering 941 sq. km, South Frontenac Municipal offices are only 20 minutes north of Highway 401 and the City of Kingston.  If you can see yourself delivering the Township’s vision, then you should consider this employment opportunity. For further information please refer to our Website

Full Job Ad 

Closing Date: No later than April 9, 4:00 pm


TOWN OF PELHAM - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

Reporting directly to Council, the Chief Administrative Officer will be responsible for leadership in the administration of all Town of Pelham municipal departments, employees and resources to support to the Mayor and Council in developing and implementing policy, strategy, and objectives that address the unique qualities and needs of the municipality. In so doing, the CAO will ensure that continued opportunities exist for broad public participation on issues that impact Pelham and its constituents. The CAO will be accountable to Council for such responsibilities, and pursuant to provisions of the Municipal Act and in accordance with Council policies and directives, the CAO will be responsible for while not limited to the duties outlined below.

Full Job Ad 

Closing Date: by 4:30 pm on Friday, April 12, 2019


CITY OF SAULT STE. MARIE - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

The City of Sault Ste. Marie’s mission is to promote, encourage and lead economic and social growth within its community through the effective provision of municipal services and the development of community partnerships. The City is the heart of the Great Lakes.  With a population of 73,500, a broadly supported, progressive and active community plan and significant growth opportunity, Sault Ste. Marie is beginning an exciting stage.  Sault Ste. Marie currently has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the province of Ontario and a number of substantial community projects focused on revitalizing our downtown, supporting our academic institutions, developing our energy infrastructure and celebrating our First Nation relationships and history.  We are a safe, welcoming and forward looking community that offers a waterfront lifestyle, access to exceptional recreational activity and affordable housing.

Full Job Ad 

Closing Date; by 4:30 pm, Monday, April 15, 2019


TOWN OF LAKESHORE - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

The Town of Lakeshore has an employment opportunity for a dynamic leader to join the Town of Lakeshore team as the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).  Lakeshore is a beautiful Municipality situated in southern Ontario along Lake St. Clair.  The Town has a population of over 37,000 and is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Ontario.  The Town of Lakeshore enjoys a temperate climate year round with more than 200 growing days. Lakeshore's affordable lakefront community enjoys over 35 km of waterfront, low taxes, a high quality of life and abundant recreational opportunities with many family friendly parks, recreational programs, a multi-use recreation centre, the Atlas Tube Centre including pools, 3 ice pads, gyms, and much more.

Full Job Ad 

Closing Date: no later than noon on April 6, 2019