Information about youth employment in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), including Ontario Parks, can be found on the MNRF's Youth Programs website.
Check out the programs for high school, post-secondary and recent graduates. The duration, requirements, pay scales and types of jobs vary between each of the 8 programs offered.
Students provide service as:
Why not spend a summer at Ontario Parks providing administrative support, outdoor labour or even nature interpretation? Whatever the job may be, you can bet it will be a summer you won’t forget!
Interested in becoming a Park Warden? With over 150 operating parks there are many employment opportunities available across the province. Enforcement staff play a key role in protecting the natural and cultural resources found in Provincial Parks. At the same time they support positive visitor experiences through the delivery of high quality customer service programs.
Park Warden positions are seasonal contracts that generally revolve around the busy summer camping season (May–Oct). Contract lengths vary from park to park. Recruitment for seasonal contracts usually occurs in the late winter and into the the early spring. (Feb - April).
The official site for job postings within the Ontario Public Service, including some of those with Ontario Parks, is the GOjobs website.
On the GOjobs website, you can: