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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)




Located in the heart of southwestern Ontario at the crossroads of Highways 401 and 403, Oxford County has a population of approximately 123,000 people across eight area municipalities that are “growing stronger together.” As a partnership-oriented, two-tier municipal government, Oxford County is emerging as a leader in sustainable growth. Situated in one of Ontario’s richest areas for farmland, agriculture is a key industry that is driving innovation in sustainable industries and diversifying the local economy. Oxford County offers a thriving local arts, culture and culinary community, as well as conservation parks, natural areas and more than 100 kilometres of scenic trails.  The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Librarian manages the operations of a rural library system, and plans to continuously address the needs of the present and prepare for the future. The CEO and Chief Librarian is the team coordinator who implements the policies of the Board so as to assist and empower staff in serving the public.  Oxford County is seeking a visionary and insightful individual who can lead our library system into the future in planning for innovative library services and complimentary community services. Building relationships and partnering with other local agencies to best meet the needs of our community will be essential.

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Application Deadline: January 7, 2022



 As the largest municipality within one of Canada’s fastest growing regions, Kitchener is known as an innovative, caring, and vibrant city offering strong and connected neighbourhoods, an affordable cost of living, and a proud reputation for community engagement.  As an organization, the City of Kitchener is a modern public service with a strong internal culture. Our culture is led by our People Plan, which champions our core values of trust and respect, change and growth, and collaboration. These core values help drive a workforce of people who are deeply committed to public service and guide our work with each other, and with the community.  If you share our values, are passionate about public service, and have senior level municipal experience this is the opportunity you have been waiting for. The City of Kitchener is seeking an authentic, high-performing, and reputable professional to become its next Director, Legislated Services/City Clerk. As the division’s Director/City Clerk, you will be responsible for the management and administration of both citizen-facing and internal corporate services in several legislated areas such as Council & Committee Services; Corporate Records & Archives; Licensing (vital statistics, business, and lottery); and Mail Services. 

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Application Deadline: December 10, 2021



Amherstburg is one of the oldest and most charming communities in Southwestern Ontario. Located near the mouth of the Detroit River in Essex County, Ontario and identified as a “War of 1812” community, Amherstburg’s growing population of over 22,000 enjoy a deep history, vibrant culture, unique centuries old buildings and a lovely waterfront setting that makes Amherstburg an unforgettable destination to visit or live.   Working in partnership with the Mayor and Council, the CAO helps develop the future vision, plans, goals and objectives of the Town and leads the team in the implementation of this vision. The driving force behind a collaborative, consultative leadership model, the CAO will manage change at every level of the organization, continuing to deliver and improve upon excellent service levels to residents and to clients, both internal and external, while providing sound advice to Mayor and Council and maintaining a policy of fiscal responsibility.

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Located within the rolling hills of Northumberland County and bordered by Lake Ontario in the South and Rice Lake in the North, the Township of Alnwick/Haldimand is seeking a Full Time Municipal Treasurer. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Municipal Treasurer is responsible for performing the statutory duties of the Municipal Treasurer as the Chief Financial Officer, with responsibility for the overseeing of all monetary activities of the municipality.

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Application Deadline: December 8, 2021



The Town of Canmore is one of the most beautiful places in all of Canada to live, work and play! Opening out across the floor of the Bow Valley and flanked on all sides by the front ranges of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canmore offers the best of all possible worlds. Beginning with an enviable geographic location approximately an hour and a half from downtown Calgary and five minutes from Banff National Park east gate, Canmore offers not only a spectacular location but unequalled outdoor recreational opportunities, great food, and great shopping in the heart of some of the world's most breathtaking scenery. Canmore’s population is 13,992 permanent residents, with an additional estimated 20-30% of non-permanent homeowners and enjoys a singular relationship with its surroundings. Throughout its transition from humble working-class beginnings to its current eclectic mix, Canmore has managed to retain its small town, wilderness flavour. In spite of unprecedented growth, it has integrated this with some of the best dining and shopping in western Canada. Canmore is home to a community whose vision is based on the conviction that environmental sensitivity, affordability, and economic sustainability can be reconciled.

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Application Deadline: January 9th, 2022



The Municipality of Clarington is a beautiful community that forms the eastern boundary of the Greater Toronto Area. Clarington is one of eight area municipalities located in Durham Region. With a population of around 105,000 people and growing, Clarington offers residents a blend of city living and rural charm. We are a large municipality, covering an area of approximately 612 square kilometers. We have four major urban centers and 13 hamlets. Our residents enjoy waterfront trails alongside Lake Ontario, Greenbelt protected farmlands, and the natural beauty of the Oak Ridges Moraine. The Municipality of Clarington is home to Ontario Power Generation’s Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, a world class facility that supplies over 20% of Ontario’s electricity. The Municipality has three 400 series highways and plans are being made for two future GO Train stations. Clarington is a great place to live, work and raise a family. The Role The Municipality of Clarington offers exciting opportunities for the right municipal administrative leader. We are looking for a Chief Administrative Office (CAO) who is a strategic thinker with a strong passion for community economic development, skilled in government relations, has a reputation for providing clear policy advice to Council, and strong political acuity.  

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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 Orillia and Lake Country is a great place to live, work and explore. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Director of Business Development provides leadership, overall direction, management and administration of functions associated with business development, culture and tourism.  Provides leadership and management including staff development, performance management, coaching/mentoring, recruitment and retention as well as assesses and plans departmental staffing and budget needs

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Application Deadline: November 25, 2021 at 4:00 P.M.



Located in the heart of southwestern Ontario, at the crossroads of Highways 401 and 403, Oxford County is home to several thriving communities. With a population of approximately 123,000 people and a regional workforce of over 500,000 people, Oxford County represents the best of both worlds.. As a highly accessible location, with first-rate transportation routes, Oxford is home to eight area municipalities that are fit for your business and your life.  Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Director of Human Services provides strategic oversight and guidance in ensuring the effective and efficient delivery of programs and services provided by the Oxford County Human Services department. Human Services administers financial support programs including Ontario Works, helps clients find suitable and stable shelter in the community, and manages the licensed childcare system and EarlyON program in Oxford County including providing subsidies and special needs resourcing for those who qualify. As a member of the County’s Senior Management Team, the Director is also responsible for organizational leadership and broadly supporting all County programs and services while leading their adaptation, as appropriate, to meet community sustainability and service excellence aspirations.

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Centre-Wellington is currently home to over 28,000 residents with an expectation to significantly grow over the next 10 years. While the broader area is agricultural, Centre-Wellington is also an established tourism destination and includes picturesque heritage communities. In addition, Centre-Wellington has an established and growing industrial park catering to a range of businesses and industries making it an exceptional community to call home. Centre-Wellington, which includes the communities of Elora and Fergus, is also known for its world class arts community, picturesque heritage towns, stunning scenery and a thriving sports and cultural scene catering to every age and taste including a wide-range of restaurants and eateries, farmers' markets and culinary artisans. The charming downtowns offer one-of-a-kind shopping experiences, walking tours and art exhibits, and a number of historic inns. All this amid rolling hills, dramatic cliffs, and majestic waters.  With a combined operational and capital budget of over $40M, Centre-Wellington is committed to meeting the needs of our residents and business community by delivering efficient and effective services.  In support of this, Council created a strategic plan as a basis for decision making and growth.

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Application Deadline: November 12, 2021 




The Township of Augusta  is seeking a new Chief Administrative Officer.  Located on the world-famous St Lawrence River in the County of Leeds and Grenville, the Township serves a  population of almost 7500.   Set between the City of Brockville and the Town of Prescott Augusta Township is known for its natural beauty, charming hamlets and recreational opportunities. Augusta offers an attractive environment for a CAO who wants to join a staff and council who are committed to conducting municipal business in an open and transparent manner – with an emphasis on providing excellent customer service to its residents. The Chief Administrative Officer oversees a total of approximately 22 FTE municipal staff and a township budget of $9.9 million.  Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of increasingly responsible experience in municipal management including a minimum of 4 years of management, administrative, and supervisory responsibility. Prior CAO experience and a Master’s degree are desirable.

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Application Deadline: Friday October 29th 2021




If you enjoy the outdoors, boating, swimming, fishing, hiking or just relaxing at the shore, come immerse yourself in the beauty of Majestic McKellar; A place to call home. Located within the District of Parry Sound (a 20-minute drive from the Town of Parry Sound), the Township of McKellar boasts 15 lakes and numerous rivers to beckon you back to nature and peaceful surroundings: an enticing opportunity for a Clerk - Administrator. We are seeking a highly motivated person who will lead the Senior Management Team and be responsible for the overall administration of the Township as well as support the initiatives of Council and the Community. Come and join our team to celebrate our community’s150th Anniversary in 2023

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Application Deadline: October 15, 2021



This position is responsible for all of the statutory operational and advisory duties of the Treasurer in accordance with the Municipal Act and Municipal policies. The position provides direction and strategic leadership for Corporate Services (Finance & Purchasing Services, Assets & Technology Management) and is accountable for the development and implementation of services, policies programs provided including financial planning, budget, accounting, revenue, purchasing and the management of all Municipal assets and technology.

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With over 75 lakes, the Frontenac Arch Biosphere, and the Rideau Canal UNESCO World Heritage Site – and all just a 10 minute drive north of the City of Kingston, ON – South Frontenac offers a spectacular landscape and growing community in which to apply your qualifications and experience. As part of South Frontenac’s Senior Leadership Team, and overseeing the Township’s largest department, the Director of Public Services plays an integral role within the organization and the community.  working closely with a dynamic management group within the Public Services Department, the Director is responsible for the strategic leadership, administrative management, and overall operations of a large portfolio consisting of Public Works, Recreation, Facilities, Waste Management, and Technical/Engineering Services for the Township. The Director of Public Services will leverage their diverse background and strong communication and leadership skills to coordinate resources, implement and manage change, achieve the corporation’s strategic objectives and ensure that public services are delivered in a way that furthers the Township’s vision of being “Natural, Vibrant and Growing - a Progressive Rural Leader”.

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Application Deadline: 4:00 pm on Friday, September 24, 2021




The Township of Ramara is an ideal place to live, work, and play! Its friendly, small-town feel with a strong sense of community makes you feel instantly welcomed. The picturesque vistas and beautiful rural surroundings offer a gateway to relaxation, recreational activities, and retirement communities. Ramara is situated in Central Ontario, just 90 minutes north of Toronto in Simcoe County, where you can enjoy a touch of urban lifestyle in beautiful rural surroundings in the heart of Lake Country. The township is home to approximately 9,500 people.  An ideal Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) must be a high energy, collaborative, and participative leader. In addition to having superior tact and diplomacy skills, they will have the ability to build trust and a strong sense of fairness and compassion. They will have exceptional interpersonal skills, the ability to build and support strong teams, and the ability to work with a diverse group of internal and external stakeholders. They should also have proven ability to build strong relationships with Elected Officials, Agencies, Chambers of Commerce, and other Internal and External stakeholders including Residents and Community Groups.

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Application Deadline: October 17th, 2021, at 11:59 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 ideal candidate will be an inspiring, principled and collaborative leader with a proven track record of results and accomplishments for a large public or private sector organization. You have exceptional communication skills and political acumen to interact with diverse stakeholders, foster the development of partnerships, engage and inspire our employees while ensuring customer service excellence.

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Application Deadline: September 29th, 2021 




The CAO oversees an annual operating budget in excess of $35 million and municipal assets that provide service with a replacement value of approximately $250 million. The CAO ensures Council receives the best professional advice available and leads and develops a talented team of approximately 175 full and part time employees providing the complete range of local services found in a single tier northern Ontario municipality. The preferred candidate will have a relevant post secondary education and at least five years’ senior management experience in a municipal or related position. The municipality will provide a competitive compensation and benefits package commensurate with skills and qualifications

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Application Deadline: September 30, 2021




Are you an experienced leader who excels at strategic planning and managing risk? Do you enjoy working collaboratively and bring a customer service focus?  Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Director of Corporate and Legislative Services is responsible for a varied portfolio of corporate services providing oversight of the Clerk's Office, Human Resources & Organizational Development Office, and Bylaw Enforcement Services. The Director also champions the risk management, insurance, and asset management initiatives within of the County.

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Application Deadline: 4:00pm on September 24, 2021




Are you interested in leading a team of professionals in a workplace that values creativity, performance excellence and collaboration? Do you have a passion for delivering policies and programs that make positive impacts on the lives of others? If so, then don't miss this exciting and challenging leadership role with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing where you will oversee the delivery of municipal advisory services and housing programs to meet the needs of western Ontario's municipalities.  The Municipal Services Offices (MSOs) provide ongoing operational guidance to municipal clients with the aim of building strong communities and developing accountable local governments. MSOs respond to and anticipate municipal issues and trends of provincial interest, communicate key government priorities to municipal stakeholders, and assist municipalities to access government programs and to capitalize on best practices in municipal finance and administration.

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Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 21, 2021



Waterloo Region, home to more than 630,000 people and one of the fastest growing cities in Canada, offers a thriving urban and rural landscape revered for its community charm while having global impact. The region is home to a plurality of individuals—representing cultures from around the world—and is committed to building a sustainable environment and economy that truly supports current and future generations. In this vein, around matters of reconciliation and equity, diversity, and inclusion Waterloo Region is doubling down on its commitment to addressing systemic issues that continue to negatively impact members of historically marginalized communities.  The Director, Reconciliation and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion works closely with the Chief Administrative Officer and the Chief Communications and Strategy Officer, and is an integral part of the Region’s leadership team and will be resourced and empowered to challenge systemic barriers as they work in partnership with others to combat them.

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The City is creating an exciting new position within its Corporate Leadership Team as it looks to hire a Commissioner, Economic Development & Innovation. The City is looking for a driven leader with the passion and desire to have a major impact on the future of the City of Windsor. This new role and portfolio was created to support the City of Windsor’s ambitious vision of growth as it seeks to combine ongoing leadership in new mobility and electrical vehicle systems with strong partnerships with the community’s college and university to support innovation and build the region’s talent base. In addition, by leveraging a new state-of-the-art international bridge crossing between Canada and the U.S. as well as a modern hospital, Windsor foresees new opportunities for growth in health services industries. Reporting directly to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), as Commissioner you will provide leadership and strategic direction to the departments of Economic Development, Information Technology, Planning and Building Services. Through your creativity, dynamism and the proactive administration of this essential portfolio, you will assist the CAO with challenging the status quo and implementing the Corporation’s strategic direction with a focus on the City’s growth, economic development, and technological innovation, as approved by Council.

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Kingston is a smart, livable city in the heart of eastern Ontario where history and innovation thrive. With a population of over 136,000, Kingston’s stable and diversified economy includes global corporations, innovative start-ups and all levels of government. Kingstonians enjoy a high quality of life with access to world-class education and research institutions, advanced healthcare facilities, affordable living and vibrant entertainment and tourism activities.  Work for the organization that makes Kingston one of the best places to live in Canada. The City is currently seeking its next Commissioner, Corporate Services. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Commissioner is a dynamic visionary leader responsible for the successful leadership, strategic planning, and overall operation of a diverse portfolio of Corporate Services within the City of Kingston. As a member of Kingston’s Corporate Management Team (CMT), the Commissioner integrates strategic planning, operational activity and community planning to lead and facilitate the development of corporate strategies and policies while ensuring that the City’s mission, vision, values, and council priorities are incorporated into all activities and services.

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