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TTC Response to COVID-19Please be advised that job postings will be limited to essential or high priority postings as part of the TTC’s efforts to protect the health and safety of our customers and staff while also maintaining our business continuity. The TTC is committed to doing everything possible based on the expert advice of our Toronto Public Health and medical experts to stop the spread of COVID-19.
What is TTC Connects
The TTC Connects virtual sessions provide information about the wide variety of existing jobs and future career opportunities available at the TTC. Participants get to hear the job requirements, training provided, career growth, the day in the life of featured employees and more. Participants are also given the opportunity to ask questions to our recruiters and current employees.
Women as Transit Operators
The TTC wants to attract and retain top talent and ensure that our workforce truly reflects the community it serves. We encourage women to apply for rewarding opportunities, including as Transit Operators.
Hear women who are Transit Operators (opens in a new window) explain in their own words what they love about working at the TTC.
On November 24 (opens in a new window) and December 10 (opens in a new window), 2020, TTC held two virtual information sessions to inform and encourage women to apply for these roles. Participants heard from diverse women on track to rewarding careers at the TTC.
Skilled tradespersons and apprentices
On September 28, 2021 (opens in a new window) the TTC held a virtual information session that focused on the exciting career opportunities for licensed trades, apprentices’ or aspiring tradespersons. Whether you are interested in maintaining our fleet and equipment or building Toronto’s future infrastructure projects, we encourage you to consider joining the TTC.
Engineering, construction and technical graduates
On April 1, 2021 (opens in new window) TTC held a virtual information session that focused on exciting career opportunities for individuals in engineering, construction and technical graduates. Whether you’re interested in building Toronto’s future infrastructure projects or maintaining a transit system that makes the city proud, there are many ways to grow your career here.