Community Association Opportunities
Gain Experience, Build Skills and Make a Difference!
Discover the flexible, varied and rewarding Community Association employment opportunities by joining our team. Your skills and talents are valued, the work is exciting and the people are inspiring.
Current Employment Opportunities
|Closing Date||Job Title|
|Apr 30, 2021||Fitness Attendant/Fitness Attendant Sub|
|Ongoing||Preschool Instructor 1 Sub
|Ongoing||Learn to Skate Instructors
|Ongoing||Physical Literacy Instructor
|Ongoing||Youth Development Leader 2|
|Ongoing||Community Bus Driver|
|Ongoing||Sports Instructor 1|
|Ongoing||Sports Instructor 2|
|Ongoing||Child Development Instructor|
|Ongoing||Group Fitness Instructor|
Community Associations and Societies are regularly seeking instructors to lead quality programs at community recreation facilities. If you are a people person with a passion to share, we welcome your application!
If you do not see a current employment opportunity posted above, but are interested in instructing at a community recreation facility, complete the Instructor Application.
If you have a program you would like to propose, complete the Program Proposal Application.
Community Centre Employment Opportunities
Community Centres offer a variety of employment opportunities that are administrated through various Community Associations. The Careers Map below shows the many different opportunities available. For questions about these opportunities, email email@example.com.Richmond Community Centre Employment Opportunities
A diverse range of volunteer opportunities is also offered to fit personal goals, skills and schedules. If you would like to be involved in your community and have a positive and meaningful experience, consider volunteering! It is a great way to meet new people, gain valuable experience, develop skills and have fun!
Note: Employment opportunities for all Community Association and Gateway Theatre positions are not City of Richmond positions. Such job vacancies are administered independently through each association.