City of Toronto Job Application Process
You can get the chance to work at City of Toronto by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of City of Toronto which offers entry-level and managerial positions.
Apply Online City of Toronto Jobs
You can be a member of City of Toronto family by completing the hiring process which is explained below. In order to finish the application process, you can use the link provided below to access to the online application page where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.
Who can Apply?
- You must be 14 years of age or older.
- You must be eligible to work in Canada.
Registering a Profile
You must register a TalentFlow account before you can apply to Recreation jobs. You only need to register once, and access this account to apply to Recreation jobs.
- Click on ‘View and apply to Job Opportunities’ at the bottom of the page.
- Click on ‘Not a member, please click here to Register’.
- Complete all mandatory fields marked with a ‘Required’ notation.
- Upload a resume by clicking the ‘Browse’ button and selecting the resume you wish to upload to your profile. Use Word format; do not upload in PDF format.
- Complete the ‘Job Title’ or ‘Keywords’ field; to receive email notifications when a job on the Recreation Job Board matches what you input in these fields. Indicate how often you would like to be notified of available jobs.
- Click the ‘Save & View Profile’ button.
- Verify the personal details entered. Input your mailing address and telephone number.
- Indicate your educational and employment history.
- Under Employment Eligibility select ‘Authorized to Work in Canada for any Employer’.
- Input a name for the resume you previously uploaded under ‘Profile Title’
- Select a ‘Job Stream’ for the profile (Please note: This is not used for screening; it is a way to categorize your profile)
- Select at least one ‘Core Skill’ (Please note: This is not used for screening, it is a system required field and therefore at least one skill has to be selected).
- Click on ‘Save & Continue’.
- Click on ‘Confirm’.
- For more a detailed ‘Help’ document, please click on the “Help” link at the top right of the screen.
Applying to a Job
- To view jobs, click on ‘Search Jobs’.
- Click on the job opportunity you wish to apply to.
- Click on the ‘Apply Online’ button at the top or bottom of the job posting and follow the instructions.
- Complete the Questionnaire, ensuring all mandatory fields marked ‘Required’ are completed.
- Attach your cover letter (you must do this before submitting your application).
- Review your application and click on ‘Submit Application’.
- Complete one application for each position you wish to apply to.
- For more a detailed ‘Help’ document, please click on the “Help” link at the top right of the screen.
- You must attach your cover letter prior to submitting your application as you will not be able to submit it after you have clicked the ‘Submit Application’ button.
- Review your application and pre-screening questions prior to clicking ‘Submit Application’. Once submitted, you cannot change your application or re-apply.
- Only those applicants selected for an interview will be will be contacted.
- Successful candidates are required to undergo a Vulnerable Sector Police Reference Check.
- It is the applicant’s responsibility to maintain their contact information (email address, address, phone #, last name etc.) up to date.
- Upload your resume and cover letter in Microsoft Word file format. PDF format is not recommended, as it may not upload properly.
- Applications must be completed and submitted prior to 11:59 pm (EST) of the posting closing date.
- In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005), the provision of accessible formats and communication supports for persons with disabilities is available upon request. If you encounter a problem registering or applying on line, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Large Format Press Feeder
Reporting to the Supervisor, Production, the Large Format Press Feeder is responsible for setting up, operating and maintaining multi-coloured large format and single-coloured offset printing presses and related equipment, for the production of City printing.
- Sets up, operates and maintains the feeder and delivery units on multi-coloured large format and single-coloured offset print presses and related equipment, including offset press dampening systems and register board adjustments.
- Loads paper into feeder units, including piling the paper on skids, turning over stock and performing adjustments as required.
- Receives dockets, and mixes ink and fountain solutions.
- Assists in checking test prints for colour overlap and fit, and makes adjustments prior to production.
- Monitors printing process for quality and accuracy and makes adjustments as necessary.
- Maintains and cleans equipment by greasing, oiling and using chemicals and additives.
- Assists in performing repairs and replacing parts and accessories.
- Preserves and files metal plates, washes up ink and water rollers and cleans cylinders.
- Completes information on work orders and fills out production work sheets.
- Moves skids of paper from the loading dock into the print shop.
- Stocks materials and supplies and ensures availability of chemicals and solutions to support press operation.
- Maintains work area and tools.
- Records time on the docket and in the docketing system.
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:
- Extensive experience handling large size paper (up to a 28″ x 40″ sheet) including jogging, slipsheeting, stacking and piling.
- Extensive experience handling inks including mixing, weighing and loading ink fountains.
- Extensive experience handling offset press-dampening systems including mixing and weighing press chemistry, and managing the press’ dampening fountains.
- Considerable experience setting up, feeding and operating the feeder, register board and delivery components of large format printing presses, larger than 28″.
- Experience handling metal printing plates, including mounting them on press plate cylinders, cleaning, preservation and storage.
- Experience using bindery (finishing) equipment including folders, paper cutters and saddlestitching equipment.
- Experience performing daily maintenance, including wash-ups, minor repairs and adjustments, to printing and bindery equipment.
You must also have:
- Thorough knowledge of paper types and weights, as well as paper grain directions.
- Well-developed customer service and interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with other staff, elected officials and members of the public.
- Good analytical skills, problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
- Knowledge of relevant legislation (e.g. Occupational Health and Safety Act, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, etc.).
- Ability to work independently under minimum supervision.
- Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills with the ability to meet tight deadlines under time constraints, in a fast-paced environment.
- Proficient in the use of computers and Microsoft Office applications including Word and Excel, in addition to a workflow print Management Information System (i.e. Avanti).
- Ability to lift materials and boxes weighing approximately 50lbs.
- Ability to work in tight places (e.g. between press units for hanging plates and wash ups).
- Knowledge of FSC certification Chain-of-Custody requirements as it relates to the print industry.
- Proficient in inventory management functions and processes as they apply to a print production environment (e.g. inks, papers and pressroom supplies).
- Knowledge of the safe use and handling of various hazardous chemicals.
- Certification in WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) would be considered an asset.
Budget Coordinator SSHA
Reporting to the Manager, Finance & Administration, the Budget Coordinator is responsible for the analysis, coordination, preparation, review, implementation, and monitoring of the operating and capital budgets, budget variance reports, revenues, staffing and special projects within the Division. The primary functions associated with this position include but are not limited to:
- Coordinates the annual budget process within the division and provides assistance to program areas. Analyzes division’s budget submissions for content, accuracy, compliance to instructions and determines the adequacy of justifications.
- Provides analytical support in capital and operating budget development, expenditure and revenue monitoring and operational planning by organizing the collection and interpretation of appropriate data on costs, staffing and other resources.
- Ensures short and long term financial and operating objectives are being met and the Division’s cost sharing relationship with the province is safeguarded.
- Monitors, controls and analyses expenditures, revenues and management of capital and operating budgets throughout the year. Reports on variances and financial performances in relation to the budgets.
- Analyzes and reports on key operational data that measure program effectiveness and administration efficiencies.
- Prepares financial reports for program areas and ensures timely, accurate financial information and analysis is provided to Shelter, Support & Housing Administration divisional management to assist in their operational and financial decision making.
- Oversees the division’s complement management and administers the divisional staffing budget related to divisional staffing activity.
- Establishes credible professional relationships with program management and staff that enable the provision of value-added strategic and financial planning advice with regard to their services, budget and operations.
- Reviews the purchase of services and supplies (e.g. janitorial supplies, food, electrical supplies etc.) for hostel services, confirms whether purchases will remain within the budget, and approves the Request for Purchase of Goods and Services (RPGS).
- Provides to division staff budget related training and development, as well as information relating to the budgeted expenditures and financial control regarding Corporate, Divisional and Unit goals/priorities.
- Establishes, maintains and recommends modifications to enhance and sustain reporting systems (i.e. utilizing Microsoft Excel) in order to provide accurate and timely information to division management, council members, other levels of government and the media and to ensure compliance with corporate requirements.
- Supervises, motivates and trains assigned staff, ensuring effective teamwork, high standards of work quality and organizational performance, continuous learning and encourages innovation in others.
- Coordinates, and performs research and analysis to prepare reports, including preparing reports to the Province, as required by the service contract.
- Participates in financial control system reviews to ensure the integrity of program payments and revenue streams.
- Post-secondary education in a discipline pertinent to the job function such as accounting or finance or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Considerable experience in the application of the principles and practices of operating and capital budget formulation, financial planning, and budget control.
- Considerable experience and proficiency in computer based systems, spreadsheets and databases as they relate to financial analysis and budgets (e.g. MS Excel, SAP and CAPTOR).
- Ability to coordinate large volume subsidies from federal/provincial ministries and other external funding sources.
- Ability to conduct business process reviews and analysis to streamline and improve work efficiencies.
- Strong research, analytical and problem solving skills.
- Knowledge of the General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and accounting standards for public sector (Public Sector Accounting Board).
- Superior analytical and highly developed interpersonal, conflict resolution and problem solving skills with the ability to interact, work and communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with senior management and staff at all organizational levels.
- Ability to supervise unionized staff, to motivate and train staff in budget and accounting systems.
- Familiarity with relevant collective agreements and government legislation i.e. Occupational Health and Safety, and regulations governing social services.
- A professional accounting designation (CPA) would be considered an asset.
City of Toronto Application Form/PDF
You can check whether there is printable application form available for City of Toronto and you can download it if there is one. You can either submit the application form in person or you can send it via email.
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