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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 

 

HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY - CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

With the fastest growing downtown core in the country, according to the Statistics Canada’s 2021 Census, it is a dynamic time of growth and change for the Halifax Regional Municipality. The Region is home to almost half a million residents and is the economic, financial, educational, social, and cultural centre for the Maritime region. A vibrant seaport municipality, residents hail from a unique mix of urban, suburban, and rural communities. HRM strives to provide its citizens with the best quality of life in a healthy, sustainable, vibrant community at work, play and every day. Now, HRM’s Regional Council is seeking the next Chief Administrative Officer to provide leadership to the Municipality as it navigates this unprecedented time of economic and population growth.  Reporting to Halifax Regional Municipality’s Mayor and Regional Council, as the CAO you will be accountable to provide leadership to the Municipality’s 5,000+ staff as well as strategic oversight of all municipal business functions, services and activities within policies established by Council and in accordance with applicable legislation.  

Full Job Ad


 

TOWN OF GEORGINA - DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

Georgina is a community of communities with each area having a unique and historical identity, all united and proud to collectively call Georgina home. Lake Simcoe is our prized asset serving as an inspiration for the arts community and providing year-round recreation that attracts visitors from all over the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. Only an hour from Toronto, Georgina offers a balanced rural and urban lifestyle making it a desired location to live, work and play. The current population is 50,000.  Responsible for the overall supervision and management of the functions and service delivery of the Planning Policy, Development Planning, Development Engineering and Building Divisions within the Development Services Department, to ensure the effective and efficient planning and management of growth and development in the Town. The Director of Development Services is a dynamic and engaging leader and plays an integral role in the strategic direction of the Town as a progressive and vibrant community balancing the protection of its natural environment and rural character with urban development as it grows from approximately 50,000 to 71,900 by 2051.

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Application Deadline: October 21st, 2022 @11:59 pm


 

REGION OF DURHAM -  COMMISSIONER, CORPORATE SERVICES

The Region of Durham, dedicated to maintaining outstanding standards of service, relies on the expertise and commitment of its employees. Durham is one of Ontario’s fastest growing areas to live, work and play, with a population of nearly 700,000 people in some of Ontario’s most beautiful settings. Home to three post-secondary institutions, an established energy cluster, a strong transportation network, and a wide range of industrial and commercial properties, Durham’s economy is more innovative and resilient than ever.  Reporting into the Chief Administrative Officer, the Commissioner, Corporate Services is accountable for providing direction for the development and implementation of strategic plans for human resources, information technology, council secretariat and municipal clerk functions, and the myDurham311 – Service Durham functions. As the Commissioner, you will be responsible for ensuring that these initiatives are progressive, represent best practices, and are aligned with the vision, mission and values of the corporation. The Commissioner ensures that internal and external customers are provided with high quality services/programs, and that policies are consistent with the Corporate Strategic Plan. The Commissioner will direct the human and budget resources for each of these functional areas, and provide expert advice to the Chief Administrative Officer, Department Heads, and Regional Council. You are someone who will embody and advocate for the Region’s mission, vision and corporate values and nurture a culture of change.

Full Job Ad 

Application Deadline: October 10th, 2022.


 

CITY OF ORILLIA -  MANAGER OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

CLOSED

The City of Orillia has an opening for a full-time position of Manager of Economic Development in the Business Development, Culture and Tourism Department.   

Amongst other duties, the Manager of Economic Development:

  • Oversees all aspects of the Business Development Division and is responsible for creating strategies to market and attract new businesses and industries to locate in Orillia, while also retaining and expanding existing businesses.
  • Leads the development and execution of a business development strategy focused on creating diverse and sustainable employment investment opportunities in Orillia.
  • Develops and administers the Business Development Division annual operating and capital budgets.
  • Manages implementation of the Community Improvement Plan (CIP), and the administration of the CIP and work directly with community partners to lead, manage and provide recommendations to the Director, CAO and Council on the Orillia and Area Innovation Hub.
  • Is responsible for business attraction, retention, expansion and investment in the downtown and waterfront areas. Supervise all business development programs and staff, including business retention and expansion efforts, industrial development, marketing and investment attraction initiatives.

Full Job Ad

Application Deadline: September 21st, 2022 at noon


 

TOWNSHIP OF EDWARDSBURGH CARDINAL -  TREASURER

CLOSED

Located in the heart of eastern Ontario within the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal is home to about 7,100 residents.  The municipality borders the majestic St. Lawrence Seaway to the south and is located at the intersection of provincial Highways 401 and 416. Edwardsburgh Cardinal is less than an hour's drive from the Ontario cities of Kingston, Cornwall and our nation's capital, Ottawa.  Strategically located for business operations locally, as well as abroad, the Township's businesses reach large Canadian markets and international markets through the International Bridge to the U.S. across the St. Lawrence River. The Township's  port (Port of Johnstown) supplies inland deep marine dockage for shipping and receiving dry bulk cargo (grain, aggregates, road salt) that provides local, national and international clients  an efficient, reliable and affordable intermodal infrastructure in support of foreign and domestic trade.  The Township includes the Edwardsburgh Industrial Park, theVillages of Cardinal, Johnstown and Spencerville, as well as many rural hamlets.

Full Job Ad

Application Deadline: September 23rd, 2022


 

TOWN OF THESSALON -  CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

A small town with big dreams! Founded in 1892, Thessalon is approximately eighty kilometres east of Sault Ste. Marie at the junction of Highway 129. Located on a 4 km point of land extending into the north shore of Lake Huron, Thessalon offers stunning views of Lake Huron and is bordered by water on two sides. The Thessalon River winds through the centre of town and is known as a liquid highway for boats, canoes, kayaks and fishing in the summer, in the winter it is frozen and provides access for snowmobilers and snowshoers.  Thessalon offers its citizens and tourists a range of amenities found within larger communities including shopping, groceries, restaurants, accommodations, municipal marina, campground, education, healthcare and an airport in close proximity. The community also has an industrial area and a lumber and timber industry that remains active today. For arts-lovers, Thessalon has many creative small businesses and local artists who are ready to share their talents with you. For the nature enthusiast, Thessalon’s accessibility to water bodies as well as to open fields and wooded areas, allow for endless seasonal activities for the young and old alike.  In addition, Thessalon provides affordable housing including an opportunity to own waterfront at an affordable price, and an excellent community hospital and medical centre to serve resident needs.  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.

Full Job Ad

Application Deadline: September 20, 2022 


 

SOUTH NATION CONSERVATION -  CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

South Nation Conservation has a strong history in watershed management and leadership in applying sustainability practices. As an agency established under the Conservation Authorities Act of Ontario in 1947, SNC has decades of practical experience in protecting our environment and engaging communities. Today, it manages 4,441 km2 of land in Eastern Ontario; employs more than 40 staff; and has lead hundreds of stewardship projects to success.  As one of Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities, SNC protects and restores regional ecosystems. It does this in partnership with its watershed municipalities, comprising portions of United Counties of Prescott and Russell; United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry; United Counties of Leeds and Grenville; and the City of Ottawa. Governed by an appointed Board of Directors we carry out our mandate to manage the natural resources in the watershed, with the help of many forward-thinking individuals, groups, and agencies.  South Nation Conservation requires a passionate environmental leader for the position of Chief Administrative Officer.  In this key role you will be the chief advisor to the Board of Directors on all matters regarding strategy, policy, and operations.

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Application Deadline: September 20, 2022 


 

MUNICIPALITY OF CENTRAL MANITOULIN -  CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER/CLERK

CLOSED

Are you looking for a change of pace? Are you interested in a unique lifestyle? Come join us! The Municipality is seeking an experienced and ambitious leader to fill the position of CAO/Clerk. The Municipality of Central Manitoulin is located in the "heart" of Manitoulin Island with an abundance of lakes, rivers, and beaches. The Municipality includes the villages and hamlets of Mindemoya, Providence Bay, Spring Bay, Sandfield and Big Lake. We offer diverse attractions and unique landmarks such as our sandy beach in Providence Bay or access to Lake Manitou, the largest lake on the island. It has a population of 2,084, and is fast growing and progressive.  Reporting to the Mayor and Council, the CAO/Clerk is responsible for providing effective advice to Council on corporate activities and the business affairs of the Municipality, in compliance with by-laws, policies and statutory requirements. Strong leadership skills in human resources, stakeholder engagement and management are necessary for this position.

Full Job Ad 

Application Deadline: September 16th, 2022 at 4:00pm


 

CITY OF PEMBROKE -  CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

CLOSED

The City of Pembroke known as “the heart of the Ottawa Valley” is a full-service small City located along the shores of the historic Ottawa River in the County of Renfrew between the Cities of Ottawa and North Bay.  Pembroke is a single-tier municipality and urban service centre to a population in excess of 70,000 people. As a result of an upcoming retirement, the City of Pembroke is recruiting for a Chief Administrative Officer. This is a full-time position.

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Application Deadline:  September 10, 2022 at 4pm (local time)


 

MUNICIPALITY OF WEST GREY -  DIRECTOR OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND PUBLIC WORKS

CLOSED

Located in Grey County, and serving a population of approximately 13,000+, the Municipality of West Grey is a combination of rural, farm communities, friendly urban centres, and quaint villages. With a quintessential ‘small-town Ontario’ vibe, and calming, yet breathtaking scenery, and recreation for every season, West Grey is a truly welcoming place to call home. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Director of Infrastructure and Public Works leads a multi-faceted department including transportation infrastructure, engineering, land development, storm water management, public works, water treatment and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, fleet management, solid waste management, and municipal facilities.  You will work with dedicated, professional staff, contribute to a collaborative, supportive corporate culture and meet some of the most amazing volunteers and community leaders anywhere. The ideal candidate will possess a post-secondary education in Engineering or similar discipline and will be a Registered Professional Engineer or Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) designation, in good standing. You must have a minimum five years of progressive supervisory/leadership experience overseeing administration of public works function, including transportation, planning, operations, water supply and distribution, sanitary sewage and treatment, storm water management and land development, preferably in a municipal or public sector environment.

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Application Deadline: August 15tht, 2022 @ 11:59 pm


 

NIAGARA ON THE LAKE - MANAGER OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES/TOWN CLERK

CLOSED

Located at the tip of the Niagara Peninsula and nestled along the shores of Lake Ontario, Niagara-on-the-Lake includes Old Town, Virgil, St. Davids, Queenston and Glendale.  The population of approximately 17,500 permanent residents, extend a warm welcome to millions of visitors each year. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the town’s natural beauty, the many heritage landmarks, the world-famous Shaw Festival Theatre, internationally acclaimed wineries and four-star dining and visitor accommodations.  The Manager of Legislative Services/Town Clerk, under the direction of the Director of Corporate Services, will primarily be responsible for the planning, supervision and operation of the Clerks section. This position serves as a legislative advisor to the CAO and Senior Management Team as well as to Council. This role provides administrative services to Council and its Boards and Committees.  Our ideal candidate for a Manager of Legislative Services/ Town Clerk will have a minimum seven years of experience in a Legislative Services/ Clerks division within a complex municipal environment. A university degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or related field. Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO) and other related training an asset. As well, a Certified Municipal Officer (CMO) or Accredited Ontario Municipal Clerk (AOMC) designation considered an asset.

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Application Deadline: August 15th @ 11:59 pm 2022