Journeyperson & Apprentice Plumbers

Patrick Mechanical Limited

We are currently seeking Licensed Plumbers and 3rd to 5th Year Plumbing Apprentices with Industrial experience. If you carry these qualifications and want to join a challenging work environment with an employer who supports continuous learning, we look forward to hearing from you.

We are pleased to offer the full-time position of Licensed Plumber & Apprentice Plumber for an anticipated 8-month contract.

Responsibilities (Licensed Plumber)

· Install and service plumbing systems, fixtures, piping equipment and controls

· Reads blueprints, drawings, and specifications to determine the layout of

plumbing systems

· Work in cooperation with other trades and laborers to ensure that all specifications,

legislation and policies are met, and to ensure efficient completion of any project

· Repair and test any damaged or malfunctioning pipes and perform pressure tests from time to time

· Ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance meet the requirements of the appropriate codes as well as environmental protection requirements

· Perform scheduled maintenance service on plumbing systems and fixtures

Qualifications (Licensed Plumber)

· Ability to read blueprints

· In depth knowledge of maintenance, installation and repair of plumbing systems.

· Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions applicable to the work

· Valid Trade Certificate as a Licensed Plumber

· Valid Driver’s License

Responsibilities (Apprentice Plumber)

· Assists in installation, assembling, maintenance, fabrication, and repairing of process piping systems

· Knowledge of the standard methods, materials and equipment used in piping

· Must be able to understand blueprints and help install pipes correctly, understand the dangerous nature of the chemicals that the pipes they create are transporting, and help repair and test any damaged or malfunctioning pipes and perform pressure tests from time to time.

· Help ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance meet the requirements of the appropriate codes

· Help ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance meet environmental protection requirements

· Help perform scheduled maintenance service on piping systems and fixtures

· Apply all codes to installations, repairs, and maintenance

· Performs other related duties as required.

Qualifications (Apprentice Plumber)

· Knowledge of maintenance, installation, and repair of piping systems.

· Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions applicable to the work.

· Valid Driver’s License

· Plumbing Apprenticeship set up with Ontario College of Trades

Please note: This is a contract, camp position, with an anticipated length of 8 months. This position will be operating under a 2 week on/2 week off rotation, with a schedule of 7, 10 hour shifts, per week. All employees will leave from Sudbury, ON.

*Travel premiums will be offered to those selected for the role*

For more information about our company, please visit our website at

Director of Finance / Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

City of Greater Sudbury

Welcome to the City of Greater Sudbury, a growing community recognized for innovation, leadership and a great northern lifestyle. As a resident of our City, you will have access to all the amenities found in larger urban centres, and still be only a short drive away from untouched natural beauty and several provincial parks. You will be a part of a dynamic and diverse regional capital that functions as the service hub for the 550,000 people of Northeastern Ontario, with a focus on technology, tourism, education, government and health services. One of the geographically largest municipalities in Canada, with a population of over 162,000 and a booming economy, Greater Sudbury is a warm and welcoming community.

Position Overview
Reporting to the General Manager of Corporate Services, you will lead the Finance Division with a continuous improvement mindset and an emphasis on innovation to ensure collaboration occurs and we achieve planned business outcomes. You will assume lead responsibility for continuing the work of delivering finance and treasury management innovations, such as service-based budgeting. You will be responsible for leading the preparation the corporation’s Business Plan covering approximately $750M in operating and capital expenditures across 58 lines of service. You will be accountable for the corporation’s core finance functions including Accounting, Financial Planning and Budgeting, Purchasing, Revenue Management, Risk Management and oversight of the City’s $500M Investment portfolio.

You will have a university degree in a related discipline and technical skills/experience typically obtained from acquiring a Professional Accounting designation. You have a minimum of eight (8) years directly related experience at a senior management level in large, unionized, and highly diverse public or private sector organizations, including four (4) years leading a similar function. You have a solid understanding of current and emerging issues affecting local government policies, financing choices and service delivery. You also demonstrate a high capacity for financial and economic analysis and planning, with particular reference to municipal finance.

You are a goal-oriented leader who motivates and engages others in an enthusiastic way. You provide inspired leadership and hold others accountable to execute high standards of excellence. You create enthusiasm and motivation for employees and support a continuous learning environment. You offer a thoughtful and engaging customer service focus that reflects close collaboration with all stakeholders and a capacity for finding innovative ways to achieve organizational goals. You see the “big picture” and understand not only the enterprise implications of opportunities, but also can help design solutions that improve the organization’s performance.

Salary Information
The current salary for this position is $135,106.65 to $159,076.89 per annum (subject to review). The City provides a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and OMERS pension plan.

Other Information
This position is eligible to work from home on a part time basis.
Successful candidates may be eligible for relocation assistance for a return of service commitment – up to $10,000 with a two (2) year commitment. To learn about the City of Greater Sudbury and what it has to offer, please visit
To learn more about this exciting opportunity and working for the City of Greater Sudbury, please visit

How to Apply
Qualified candidates should submit their resumes in confidence by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday July 20, 2022. When applying, indicate competition number EX22-785 on your resume.
Applicants may email their resumes to [email protected] or fax to 705-688-3979.

The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment and are happy to hire qualified (including education credential) applicants from anywhere. In order to hire a candidate, one must be legally entitled to work in Canada, with legally entitled being defined as having all of the necessary paperwork processed, approved and responded to, by way of a work permit being issued and received. Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of determining suitability for this competition only in accordance with The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Residential Cleaner

Goshenite Seniors Services INC.

Job Description
Responsibilities and Duties:
• Prepare cleaning products for the day.
• Clean and sanitize kitchen and bathrooms.
• Use cleaning products and procedures to GSS INC. specifications.
• Bring materials, and cleaning supplies to each home (where
• Move reasonably light furniture in rooms to clean under and behind.
• Clean and dust light fixtures, baseboards, doors, door frames and
• Vacuum and wash hard surface and floors
• Clean, dust (move items off of dressers) and vacuum bedrooms, living
room, dining room, family room etc.
• Change bedding if required
• Laundry duties when assigned
• Fold laundry
• Load products and equipment into vehicle
• Follow and check off cleaning list for each client
• Perform additional duties as requested
• Report any problems immediately to head office
• Report any accidents or problems while rendering service to Head office

Community Impact Associate

United Way Centraide North East Ontario

Community Impact Associate – Full-time position

The opportunity:
United Way Centraide North East Ontario (UWCNEO) is currently seeking a well-connected, experienced Community Impact Lead to join our dynamic team of do-gooders. The Community Impact Associate is a newly created position within the organization that will enhance community partnerships and develop social programs that support the needs of people in the communities in Northeast Ontario.

Working from our Sudbury office and reporting to the Governance and Partnership Manager, the Community Impact Associate will develop and support strong external relationships with community organizations, support agencies through the application for funding and reporting processes, conduct, evaluate, and report on research, deliver 211 outreach and promotion, develop, and coordinate public forums and workshops and identify and create programs to address community needs.

The Community Impact Associate is responsible for strengthening the bond between community agencies and UWCNEO.

Key Responsibilities
• Link individuals to community resources through the promotion of 211 services, while building relationships with agencies, ensuring information is accurate and up to date and 211 is fully utilized in the development and delivery of social programs.
• Facilitate partnerships with community agencies, municipalities, and groups. Meet with agency leads to understand issues and report back to UWCNEO.
• Conduct, gather, evaluate, and present research and statistics on social issues and needs of the communities we serve.
• Connect agencies with resources through the coordination of Funders Forums, ED Meetings, Round Table discussions, workshops, etc.
• Connect with new and existing community partners to inform them on funding streams available and details of the funds.
• Advise and collaborate with potential partners to achieve UWCNEO’s Community Impact Strategy, aligning applications from agencies with the mandate and funding objectives of UWCNEO.
• Advise applicants and Supported Partners on UWCNEO processes, practices, and timelines as needed.
• Oversee the web-based application system, documenting all Community Impact activities in CRM database.
• Participate in application review and reporting processes for funding streams as assigned
• Support Board and Committees as required.
• Facilitate and support ongoing development of Supported Partner meetings to increase community connection and collaboration to maximize community impact.
• Plan, develop and deliver UWCNEO programs and initiatives that address social needs of our communities, in coordination with other community agencies.
• Supervise program volunteers as assigned.
• Participate in the development of short and long-term planning initiatives of the organization.
• Other duties as assigned.

• Understanding and commitment to the mission, vision, and programs of UWCNEO.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and to creatively solve problems.
• Exceptional organizational skills.
• Meticulous attention to detail.
• Ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders and to make presentations to individuals and organizations.
• Ability to work both independently and effectively on teams with both internal and external partners and volunteers.
• Be culturally sensitive and communicate well with people from all backgrounds.
• Ability to work a flexible work schedule with some evenings and weekend work required.
• Willingness to undergo a criminal record check and vulnerable sector record check.

Educational/Experience Requirements
• University or college degree in social services, program development and coordination, mental health and addictions, education, or related experience.
• Three to five years experience in a social service/program setting.
• Strong knowledge of community social services and programs, and the needs and issues of different social groups.
• Experience working with volunteers.
• Strong computer skills and experience working in a database is preferred.
• Bilingualism (French/English) will be considered an asset.
• Valid driver’s license, regular access to a reliable vehicle and ability and willingness to travel.

About us
For almost four decades, United Way Centraide North East Ontario/Nord-est de l’Ontario has been a part of the social fabric that connects and mobilizes our community. Our strength is bringing people together and improving community conditions. Our efforts span the entire North East District of Ontario as we address complex issues, invest in the most impactful programs, and advocate for our most vulnerable citizens.

What we offer:
Competitive wage, excellent benefits plan, participation in CAAT Pension Plan, and paid vacation.
The Community Impact Associate will work 35 hours a week with the hours being flexible to meet the needs of the program. A typical work week is from Monday to Friday 8:30 to 4:30.

Application deadline: July 15, 2022

Email applications and cover letters to: [email protected]

Although UWCNEO thanks each applicant for their interest, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Operations Manager

Centreline Architecture

Centreline Architecture (CA) is a young and growing firm with an expanding portfolio of new and innovative work. We offer architecture, planning, rendering, and management services, among other things. Our current projects include various multi-residential buildings, social housing projects, and a number of commercial and industrial renewals.

We’re looking for a friendly, motivated, and highly organized individual to join our team as an Operations Manager. Our ideal candidate is an easy-going people-person with a talent for multi-tasking. This person should also have a keen interest in the dynamic operation of a busy architectural firm.

Reporting to the Partners and working closely with staff, this position will be the first point of contact in our office with a wide range of current and potential clients. The role provides administrative and construction contract support to our entire team.

• Managing payroll and other light bookkeeping duties
• Assisting with Construction Contract paperwork
• Assisting with various government grant proposals
• Liaising with the firm’s accounting team
• Handling all post and courier mail, incoming and outgoing
• Managing incoming and outgoing documents
• Managing meeting room schedules, setup, catering, and cleanup
• Receiving clients and visitors with a high level of customer service
• Liaising with internal staff at all levels
• Ordering and organizing office supplies
• Making periodic travel arrangements, reservations, itineraries for staff
• Managing periodic gift sourcing and distribution
• Keeping the office tidy
• Keeping our kitchen stocked
• Walking an office dog
• Managing the office equipment/ servicing, vendors etc.
• Filing and retrieving documents and reference materials Answering and managing all incoming calls on a multi-line phone system
• Providing administrative support to the Partners
• Other tasks and responsibilities as required

• Confident, patient, friendly people-person
• Professional, personable demeanor and fluency in English (French is an asset but not a requirement)
• Prior administrative experience
• Proficiency in MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
• Proficiency in QuickBooks and/or other accounting software
• Familiarity in Adobe Creative Suite is an asset
• Extremely detailed-oriented
• Flexible and accommodating of diverse tasks and requests
• Proven ability to effectively prioritize workflow
• Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
• Ability to exercise good judgment and show initiative, anticipating the needs of the team
• High standards of ethics and confidentiality to handle sensitive information
• Problem-solving ability
• Information gathering and information monitoring
• Ability to operate a vehicle is a requirement with a valid driver’s license
• Previous experience in an architecture firm is an asset

Please submit the following information in a single PDF to [email protected]:
• Brief cover letter or email including your personal interest in this job posting (150 words maximum)
• Resume (maximum two-pages)

• Following the instructions above is the first part of our selection process.
• Centreline Architecture is a dog-friendly environment. This role may include daily walks and some animal care.
• While a passion for design and architecture is an asset, we are looking for a long-term candidate who is not considering a career in architecture or design.

We sincerely thank all candidates for their interest. Due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to respond and/or interview all applicants. Only those being considered for the position will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Recruitment Manager

Total Personnel Solutions

Now hiring a Recruitment Manager for an internal position.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

· Oversee recruitment, selection, and on-boarding activities

· Account Management

o Develop and maintain strong relationships with clients, including setting expectations and making sound recommendations

o Correspond with clients to ensure a clear understanding of their organization’s immediate and future needs

· Supervise the recruiting team and report on its performance

o Set and monitor goals

o Monitor performance against key performance indicators to ensure

objectives are being met

o Conduct regular coaching sessions

o Provide actionable feedback

· Use applicant tracking system (Salesforce) to oversee and create recruiting metrics and provide recommendations for additional reports/metrics as required

· Develop an understanding of current and future manpower needs

· Make recommendations on employment advertisements and job postings

· Ensure recruitment practices are compliant with all applicable provincial employment and human rights legislation

· Participate in job fairs and career events

· Build the company’s professional network

Skills & Experience: ·

Experience working in a corporate recruiting or agency environment

· Recruitment experience in skilled trades roles is an asset

· Hands-on experience with Applicant Tracking Systems and HR databases

· Strong communication skills both written and verbal

· Excellent time management and organizational skills to effectively manage multiple priorities

· Strong decision-making skills

· Excellent customer service attitude with ability to build and cultivate strong client and candidate relationships

· Knowledge of labour legislation is an asset

· Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)

· Networking skills to liaise with business partners and clients

· Flexibility to work occasional evenings and weekends required

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Service Technician

Jannatec Technologies

We are looking for a Service Field Technician to join our team at Jannatec Technologies to deliver the desired customer service experience. The goal is to drive service success that improves customer satisfaction, maximizes customer retention, and increases profitability.

This position’s main responsibility is to program, install, test, troubleshoot and repair communications and safety equipment including:
· Two-way radio and wireless communication systems.
· Leaky feeder systems utilizing underground and surface coverage.
· Mobile proximity detection system on mining equipment.

Other responsibilities include:
· In-house bench repairs.
· Assistance with product builds as required.
· Interpreting customer requirements to understand and anticipate their needs.
· Provide telephone customer support for fault diagnosis and technical guidance.
· Processing of Work Orders, Service reports and other administrative paperwork associated with day-to-day operations.
· Assist in design and configuration of product and applications based on specific site requirements.
· Other tasks assigned by management.
· Working knowledge of Motorola Portables and other radios.
· The individual filling this role must be comfortable working independently and as part of a team.

Job details:
· Working out of the Jannatec Technologies Sudbury Office
· Willing and able to travel within Canada and internationally to support our clients
· Compensation: $20.00 – $29.00 hourly for 40 hours per week
· Employee benefit package (extended health, dental, vision, life insurance)
· Preference to an individual with a college diploma (Electronic/Electrical/Instrumentation Technician /Technologist Program or equivalent)
· Experience with 2-way radios/wireless systems is an asset; however, we are willing to train suitable candidate.

· Excellent customer service skills
· A good team player who can demonstrate a positive and self-motivated attitude.
· Valid driver license (with a clean driver’s abstract)
· Must be willing and able to work underground in mining environments.
· Must be willing to work in a fast-paced environment while ensuring attention to detail and quality.
· Experience an asset with networking software, hardware, communication software, MS Office, MS Outlook, radio communication equipment, telecommunication systems.

Associate (Full-time/Permanent/Salaried)

RBC Dominion Securities

Job Description

What is the opportunity?

The RBC Dominion Securities branch located in Sudbury, ON is seeking an Associate to provide administrative support to a successful Advisory Team.

You will provide quality client service and help deepen relationships with existing clients through ongoing, efficient support to both clients and the Advisor Team.

What will you do?

Core Responsibility: Administration and team support on insurance business

Other duties as assigned:

Office scanning, filing and ad-hoc report preparation
Coordinate and prepare meetings for Advisors with their clients/prospects.
Provide proactive client service with a focus on problem Respond to client inquiries (account transactions, requests for tax receipts, account reporting, etc.).
Assist the Advisor team with client onboarding.
Help manage incoming communications from clients, Advisors and other internal and external partners.
Maintain existing client accounts and identify opportunities to contact clients: manage timelines and key dates for accounts
Ensure accurate and timely updates of all necessary documentation in compliance with internal controls and industry regulatory requirements. Maintain complete and up-to-date client files within appropriate systems.
Help update team’s communication channels: websites, LinkedIn, Facebook, brochures, newsletters.
resolution and attention to details. Liaise with various departments for execution, where necessary.
Follow up on client trades to ensure proper settlement and delivery
Support Advisor team and client through the Wealth Management process and maintain audit of Wealth Management Activities and priorities.(which includes; insurance task management and external partner referral management)
What do you need to succeed?


Strong Microsoft Office Suite skills
High level of time management and organization skills
Ability to self-resource and lead oneself in proactive learning
Demonstrated skills in providing world-class client service that will come across as professional, warm, and friendly to our clients

Knowledge of RBC Dominion Securities’ systems and procedures
Canadian Securities Course (CSC) and Conduct and Practices Handbook Course (CPH)
Experience in the securities industry is an asset
What’s in it for you?

We thrive on the challenge to be our best, progressive thinking to keep growing, and working together to deliver trusted advice to help our clients thrive and communities prosper. We care about each other, reaching our potential, making a difference to our communities, and achieving success that is mutual.

A comprehensive Total Rewards Program including bonuses and flexible benefits, competitive compensation, commissions, and stock where applicable
Leaders who support your development through coaching and managing opportunities
Ability to make a difference and lasting impact
Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team
A world-class training program in financial service

Subdivision/Site Plan Control Officer

City of Greater Sudbury

Posting date: June 23, 2022
Job Title: Subdivision/Site Plan Control Officer
Number of Vacancies: 1
Posting number: EX22-773
Status: Limited position
Estimated Probable Duration: Up to seven (7) months
Should there be no fully qualified candidate for this position, a less qualified candidate who can be expected to meet the required qualifications within a reasonable period may be considered for this position as a training/development opportunity.
Hours of Work: 70 hours bi-weekly
Shift Work Required: No
Range of Pay: $36.43 to $44.70 per hour
(Training Opportunity range of pay is $33.67 to $41.20 per hour. The successful candidate will be paid at the reduced range until the minimum qualifications have been met.)
Start date: To follow selection process
Initial Reporting Location: Tom Davies Square
Eligible to Work from Home: No
Section: Development Approvals
Division: Planning Services
Department: Growth and Infrastructure

Duties: Under the general supervision of the Subdivision/Site Plan Control Engineer:

1. Assist and expedite economic development projects requiring advice, problem solving and single point of contact throughout the Site Plan Control and Subdivision process.
2. Advise all persons (i.e. applicants, developers, agents, lawyers, etc.) having an interest in Site Plan Control and Subdivision Agreements on the procedures, criteria, practices, fees, deposits and/or preparation requirements, upon request.
3. Advise the various departments and agencies (Building Services, Development Engineering, Water Billing, etc.) on the status of the preparation, the execution, the fulfilment of conditions, the enforcement of Site Plan Control and Subdivision Agreements, upon request.
4. Prepare and maintain accurate records and schedules, both in hard copy as well as in digital database form, which describe the particulars connected with the application and preparation, content, execution, fulfilment of conditions, collection and release of financial guarantees, and enforcement of Site Plan Control and Subdivision Agreements (i.e. maintenance periods, as-builts, etc.). Advise developers of the expiration of maintenance periods for subdivisions, and the completion date for site plans in order to allow developers to rectify any deficiencies prior to CGS carrying out final inspections.
5. Advise various departments and agencies when subdivisions are registered and that it is in order to process building permits (Building Services, Development Engineering, Water Billing, etc.).
6. Ensure that house numbering plans are completed for registered subdivisions and circulate to various departments and agencies (Building Services, Water Billing, Canada Post, etc.).
7. Assist the By-law Enforcement Officer, City Solicitor and municipal staff with the preparation of information when strict enforcement procedures are required to achieve compliance with the conditions of the Site Plan Control Agreements.
8. Maintain proficiency with all Acts, By-laws, Regulations connected to the preparation, execution and fulfilment of conditions of Site Plan Control and Subdivision Agreements.
9. Receive all Site Plan Control, Subdivision, legal, easement and as-built drawings and circulate them to the various departments and agencies for their review, comments and/or acceptance.
10. Forward copies of engineering plans to Development Engineering for the processing of applications to the Ministry of the Environment for Certificates of Approval.
11. Prepare draft agreements for subdivisions and final agreements for Site Plan Control for the Legal Services Section incorporating all requirements from the various departments pertaining to clauses and deposits required to form part of the agreements. Review draft subdivision agreements prior to registration to ensure all requirements have been included.
12. Co-ordinate all easement requirements for CGS and/or the various utilities and provide the Legal Services Section with completed copy of plan showing all easements required.
13. Prepare and maintain up-to-date and accurate information and documents, describing Site Plan Control and Subdivision Agreements and requirements, mainly in the form of the Site Plan Control Guide and Subdivision Guide.
14. Co-ordinate Site Plan Control Review Committee meetings and subdivision pre-servicing or pre-construction meetings.
15. Review Site Plans and subdivision plans and conduct inspections of sites and/or buildings and subdivisions to ensure compliance with Site Plan Control and subdivision conditions and/or municipal By-law requirements.
16. Provide comments to the Committee of Adjustment, Consent Official and/or Planning Committee when an application before the Committees warrants.
17. Develop and maintain a thorough working knowledge of CGS’s Safety Manual and the applicable Provincial Legislation listed therein.
18. Perform other related duties as required.


 Successful completion of a Community College Diploma as an Engineering Technician or Technologist.
 Certification or eligible for certification as a Technician or Technologist with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (O.A.C.E.T.T.).
 Over two and one half (2½) years up to and including five (5) years of diversified experience in the same or related fields (i.e. Building Services, Planning, Engineering).
 Extensive knowledge of the preparation and monitoring of Site Plan Control and Subdivision Agreements.
 Thorough understanding of all Planning Act and zoning regulations and other regulatory provisions required for the completion of a Site Plan Control and Subdivision Agreements.
 Knowledge of development service functions, and applicable legislation and related regulations.
 Demonstrate and proven ability related to microcomputer software and administrative systems (i.e. file maintenance, word processing, computerized spreadsheet applications, information input and retrieval).
 Ability to demonstrate interpersonal and communication skills in dealing with staff, other Departments, Councillors, outside authorities and agencies in a courteous and effective manner.
 Demonstrate ability to promote an “open for business” philosophy.
 Demonstrate ability to negotiate successfully amongst the various parties participating in the Site Plan Control process.
 Excellent use of English; both verbally and in writing is required.
 French verbal skills highly desirable; written skills an asset.
 Satisfactory health, attendance and former employment history.
 Must be physically capable of operating a vehicle safely, possess a valid driver’s licence, have an acceptable driving record, and personal insurance coverage.

Résumés quoting EX22-773 are invited and will be received by the City of Greater Sudbury’s Human Resources and Organizational Development Division, by e-mail at [email protected] or fax at 705-688-3979, for the above noted position until 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 4, 2022. Any application received after this deadline will not be considered.

All City of Greater Sudbury employees are required to be fully vaccinated as a condition of hire in accordance with the City’s mandatory Vaccination Policy. Please do not submit your proof of vaccination with your resume. This information will only be required if you are selected as the candidate of choice. For more information, please visit our website at

All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If contacted, and you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process you must advise the Hiring Manager.

The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment, and are happy to hire qualified (including education credential) applicants from anywhere. In order to hire a candidate one must be legally entitled to work in Canada, with legally entitled being defined as having all of the necessary paperwork processed, approved and responded to, by way of a work permit being issued and received. Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of determining suitability for this competition only in accordance with The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.