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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)




Serving a population of over 39,000 in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, we are a growing and prosperous region that offers the charm and pace of country life combined with the amenities and lifestyle of an urban centre. Our region’s beauty is renowned as the Grand River runs through our county - allowing our residents to enjoy spectacular hiking, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking with breathtaking views. Why don’t you come and see for yourself? The County of Brant is located along the Highway 403 corridor and is within commuting distance of the western GTA region, Waterloo region, Guelph, and London.  The County of Brant is seeking a Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Reporting to the Council of the County of Brant, the CAO has the responsibility to coordinate, lead and direct the Senior Management Team (SMT) in accordance with council policy, all applicable law, and statutory obligations. General duties and responsibilities are subject to the provisions of the Municipal Act and include implementation of the County’s approved strategic plan. As a creative and strategic thinker, you will provide advice to Council and develop innovative solutions to complex problems. A combination of post-graduate education and/or progressive leadership experience in municipal administration are required along with success with strategic planning, change/project management, and fiscal management. Highly collaborative, your demonstrated relationship building abilities and superior interpersonal and communication skills are ideally complemented by municipal experience and professional accreditation.

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Application Deadline: January 8, 2023



The Town of Moosonee is located on the west banks of the Moose River, a short 12 miles from the salt waters of the James Bay. It is considered to be “the Gateway to the Arctic”. Moosonee is not connected to the road system in Ontario and all travellers arrive in Moosonee by train or plane, or on ice roads. Scheduled train services are provided by Ontario Northland, from Cochrane, Ontario. Scheduled air transportation services are provided by Air Creebec and Thunder Airlines. The permanent population of Moosonee is approximately 2,500 with about 85% being Cree.  The Town of Moosonee is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to fill the position of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Reporting to the Municipal Council, the CAO will provide leadership, direction to and coordination of the Management Team in developing, implementing, and administering the policies and procedures of the Town and Council in accordance with applicable By-Laws and regulations. The CAO provides effective, progressive advice to elected officials and the Management Team, and interacts regularly with the Head of Council and elected officials. The CAO is responsible for direct supervision of all municipal managers.   

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Loyalist Township is a lower-tier township municipality in southeastern Ontario, Canada on Lake Ontario, in Lennox and Addington County. It was named for the United Empire Loyalists, who settled in the area after the American Revolution. The Township was formed on January 1, 1998, through the amalgamation of Amherst Island Township, Ernestown Township, and the Village of Bath.  Loyalist Township is a growing community of 18,000+ people situated on the north shore of Lake Ontario between the Town of Greater Napanee and the City of Kingston.  The Township is a blend of rural and urban areas with a number of smaller hamlets throughout, including an island community, accessible by ferry.  The Township is seeking a dynamic CAO with a proven record of accomplishment in achieving administrative, financial, and strategic planning excellence. If you have excellent facilitation, mediation and negotiations skills and have a clear commitment to delivering exceptional service and best practices in public administration and possess a high degree of professionalism and integrity, coupled with flexibility, tact, courtesy, and effective communication skills (written, verbal, presentation and listening), then this is a perfect opportunity to affect change in a growing community, rich in Canadian history.

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Application Deadline: December 3rd, 2022 @11:59 pm



When you join the City of Guelph, you join a team of 2,000 full and part-time employees who deliver services the community relies on every day. Together, Guelph’s employees bring to life a vision of an inclusive, connected, and prosperous city where employees and citizens look after each other and their environment. We are recruiting a General Manager, Information Technology for the City of Guelph. Under the leadership of the Deputy CAO, Corporate Services, the successful candidate will:

  • Advance the vision for information technology at the City of Guelph.
  • Lead technology strategy, governance, and policy matters throughout the corporation.
  • Promote a culture of innovation, digital transformation and user-centricity built from strong foundational data and system structures to ensure sustainability of technology solutions.
  • As a strategic business partner, work collaboratively with department leaders to advance service delivery as One City.
  • Lead a progressive team of IT professionals, cultivating a positive and engaging workplace, in an effective departmental design with modern jobs that reflect the future of IT in a rapidly changing technology environment.

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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 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: January 2, 2023 at noon




The Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley, located in Eastern Ontario, in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is flourishing rural community with a close by urban setting. Elizabethtown-Kitley is a beautiful, safe and diverse community of 10,000 residents, serving a regional catchment area of 90,000+. Brockville is a 20-minute commute, Ottawa and Kingston are less than an hour’s drive, and Toronto and Montreal are but 200 kilometres away. The business profile of the Township includes a mix of agricultural, manufacturing, industrial businesses, contracting and tourism. To live in the Township or the Counties, is a captivating experience. Both provide affordable residential real estate, including rural and urban residential and heritage homes, hobby farms and full agricultural operations, village settings, and subdivisions. Relax in our community and enjoy the beautiful St. Lawrence River and lakes, all within a short drive. Every season offers activities, be this recreational, educational or cultural.

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Application Deadline: November 7th, 2022




The Corporation of Norfolk County is a single tier municipality of 63,000 located on the North Shore of Lake Erie in Southwestern Ontario. Norfolk County offers abundant recreational and lifestyle opportunities. Norfolk County’s most popular tourist attractions are the beaches, ports, towns and villages along Lake Erie, known as Ontario’s South Coast. These towns include Port Dover, Turkey Point, Long Point, Simcoe, Delhi, Waterford, and Port Rowan. Fishing is another key attraction for tourists, as well as birding, hiking, camping, and cycling.  The County offers a unique ‘work from anywhere’ policy for staff. If you are a results-oriented, dynamic visionary leader who possess a University Degree in a related discipline (Business or Public Administration) or equivalent, have 10 years of related/senior management experience in a municipal setting, preferably within a single-tier municipality and are a real ‘people person’, this role may be the right fit for you. 

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Application Deadline: November 20th, 2022 @11:59 pm.




The Municipality of Southwest Middlesex is a unique rural-urban community of 5,800 residents and growing. The area of land found within our boundaries is 42,960 hectares. We have a large agricultural base along with manufacturing, institutional and retail business activity. Southwest Middlesex is in the southwest corner of Middlesex County and sits halfway between the cities of London and Chatham in Ontario. The Municipality offers its residents an excellent quality of life within small urban centres and rural settings near a wide array of urban services and opportunities.  The Chief Administrative Officer is the senior staff person, who will lead a skilled staff team in implementing Council’s directions and be the primary policy advisor and link to Council. The CAO will be a dynamic and progressive manager, who inspires a strong team approach and who is an outstanding listener and communicator. The ability to motivate diverse groups of people to achieve common goals on behalf of the community will be a key capacity. Evident management skills in identifying, analyzing, and resolving complex opportunities and challenges, and in establishing strategic directions and performance measurement strategies for the Municipality are essential for success.

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Application Deadline: Friday, November 25, 2022, at 4:00 p.m.



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.  

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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




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.

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Application Deadline: October 10th, 2022.