Get your resumes ready! If you're great at sports, you might be eligible for some City of Toronto jobs that are currently hiring.  Some of these seasonal positions will even pay up to $24.82 an hour. 

If you're looking for a fall or winter gig, you might want to consider working for the City. 

A lot of these listings will have you leading a team of youth in sports and recreation for the rest of the year. 

You will get to hang out at tournaments, teach lessons in skiing, snowboarding and skating, or even organize events. 

The locations of the positions will vary based on what end of the City they're in. Some posts have the same openings for both east and west ends, so double check where you'd fit best.

If you've got a great team spirit, leadership capabilities, and some past experience playing sports, you could be on your way to getting paid to oversee tons of different activities. 

Some of the postings require an Emergency First Aid Response certificate among other qualifications depending on the position, so double-check the details before you apply.

If you aren't looking for something with the City, there are tons of other jobs in the 6ix right now that will pay you $100,000. 


Sports Organizer

Salary: $16.02 an hour 

Company: City of Toronto

Why You Should Apply: You will be in charge of sports programs and tournaments and must have an Emergency First Aid certificate. 

Apply Here


Ski & Snowboard Instructor

Salary: $17.45 an hour

Company: City of Toronto

Why You Should Apply: Spend your days teaching kids how to ski and snowboard while earning cash.

Apply Here


Skate Programs Instructor

Salary: $17.45 an hour

Company: City of Toronto

Why You Should Apply: Teach people how to skate while hanging out at the rink all day and getting paid.

Apply Here


Community Youth Leader

Salary: $15.77 an hour

Company: City of Toronto

Why You Should Apply: You will organize and oversee recreational activities with the group and play games while getting paid.

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Sports Monitor

Salary: $15.05 an hour

Company: City of Toronto

Why You Should Apply: Monitor the drop-in sports programs and work at the tournaments and special events.

 

Apply Here


Specialty Ski And Snowboard Program Coordinator

Salary: $20.77 an hour

Company: City of Toronto

Why You Should Apply: Get paid to organize ski and snowboard programs and events all while hanging out on the slopes.

Apply Here


Gymnastics Instructor

Salary: $24.82 an hour

Company: City of Toronto

Why You Should Apply: If you've got gymnastics skills, you can get paid to teach others some basics.

Apply Here


 

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