RBG Careers

Join a fantastic team at RBG working together to bring people, plants and nature together.

To achieve our mandate requires a diverse range of skills and experience. We hire people who are passionate about what they do and who are looking for an opportunity to contribute that is not limited by a job description.

Accessibility

RBG is committed to fair and accessible employment practices. Upon request, suitable accommodations are available under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

Eligibility
  • Candidates must be legally eligible to work in Canada
  • Offers of employment will be conditional upon
    • Submission of a satisfactory police check dated within 3 months of the anticipated start date, for all positions.
    • Submission of a current clear Statement of Driving Record for positions requiring a driver’s licence.
Screening Process
  • Only the candidates meeting the job requirements will be considered.
  • Some positions may require testing.
  • Candidates should be prepared to provide up to two employment or volunteer references if requested.

Opportunities

We require that all resumes from external candidates be submitted on line through our website.

There are a number of positions we recruit for on a regular basis including:

As well, we are specifically recruiting for the following positions:

  • There is currently no opportunities

Student Opportunities

RBG benefits significantly from the contributions of interns and summer students.

Some benefits of an RBG work experience
  • Competitive wages
  • Learn from experienced professionals
  • Earn co-op hours
  • Uniforms provided for many positions
  • RBG membership
  • Discounts to Ontario attractions
Accessibility, Eligibility and Screening

Please refer to the main Career page.

Note that police checks are not required for all returning students who previously provided a police check. Details will be confirmed during the recruitment process.

Typical Summer Student Opportunities

Gardening, Special Events, Wedding Coordination, Camp Counsellor, Kiosk Attendant, Program Interpreter, Development, Marketing, Natural Lands (Aquatic, Terrestrial, GIS)

Typical Intern Opportunities

Field Botany, GIS Mapping, Species at Risk, Aquatic, Terrestrial Ecology and Herbarium.

Exact requirements vary year to year. Opportunities will be posted beginning in December until summer as departmental plans are finalized. Check periodically for updates.

2015 Student Opportunities

We require that all resumes from external candidates be submitted on line through our website.