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New Job Neighbourgood Programs Coordinator (Gardens & Ice Rinks) In Ontario

NeighbourGood Programs Coordinator (Gardens & Ice Rinks)
NeighbourGood Programs Coordinator (Gardens & Ice Rinks)

NeighbourGood Programs Coordinator (Gardens & Ice Rinks)

Company : Jobssummary / Indeed
Salary : $17–$22 an hour
Location : Ontario

Full Description

Summary of Duties

This is an exciting opportunity to join the City of London in a dynamic role as a NeighbourGood Programs Coordinator. The NeighbourGood Programs Coordinator is part of the NeighbourGood Team and reports directly to the Supervisor of Neighbourhood Development & Support. The NeighbourGood Programs Coordinator is primarily responsible for supporting the London Community Gardens Program from May to September and the Neighbourhood-Managed Ice Rinks program from October to April but will also assist in other NeighbourGood programs ( This position involves a mix of indoor and outdoor work. Our ideal candidate is community-oriented, hardworking, inclusive, organized, and transparent.

Work Performed

  • Administer the registration, orientation, and closing processes
  • Visit sites on a regular basis, complete routine checks, and work with Parks Operations to ensure gardens and rinks are operational and well-maintained
  • Liaise, coordinate, and provide excellent communication with program users and City of London staff
  • Know the program guidelines an ensure that all City of London policies and practices are followed
  • Respond to communications in a thoughtful and timely manner
  • Keep accurate and detailed records
  • Recruit volunteers
  • Draft quarterly newsletters
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Supervisor



  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Highly organized
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Superb written and oral communication skills
  • Works well independently and in a team


  • Grade 12 certificate with meaningful experience, or a college diploma or bachelor's degree, in customer service, horticulture, recreation and leisure, or another related field
  • Experience using Outlook and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Community engagement experience an asset
  • Knowledge of community organizations and resources are an asset
  • Knowledge of vegetable gardening an asset
  • Ability to speak other languages an asset

Specialized Training & Licenses
  • A valid driver's license (must provide own transportation)
  • Standard First Aid/CPR and Current Police Reference Check required

Compensation and Other Information

Rate of Pay

  • $17-$22 per hour

Other Information

  • Full-time hours from May to August (35 hours a week) and part-time hours September-April (up to 24 hours a week)
  • Mileage reimbursement provided
  • Temporary workspace provided, including access to a computer

Job Reference: CSL00115