Work for the organization that makes Kingston one of the best places to live in Canada
As one of the finest 19th century buildings in the country and a nationally designated heritage site, Kingston City Hall has a storied past. It has housed governments, a bank, a jail, several bars, and, at one point, the body of Sir John A. MacDonald. Today, it’s the emblem of the City of Kingston and its administrative centre.
The mission of the City of Kingston is to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations by providing progressive, professional services and leadership that reflects the needs of those who work, live, visit, or play in Kingston. As an employer and a service provider, meaningful contributions to the community are the City’s greatest achievements.
With a dedicated workforce exceeding 1,700 full-time, part-time and seasonal employees, the City of Kingston is committed to recruiting qualified people that reflect the diverse population it serves. It strives to provide a work environment that motivates employees, fosters learning, and supports career development.
To check out career opportunities with the City of Kingston and to apply, visit: //careers.cityofkingston.ca.