About County of Simcoe
The Corporation of the County of Simcoe is one of the largest employers in the County of Simcoe with 1,400 employees providing a variety of specialized services to County residents and staff. Home to many four season attractions, events, and recreational activities, the County of Simcoe makes for a fantastic location to work, live and play. With its –
Continually Recognized as One of the Region’s Top Employers
Diverse and Dynamic Workplace
The County provides a diverse and dynamic workplace, with competitive compensation and benefit packages, pension, generous time off, career advancement, educational supports and more. Rewarding our valuable employees -The County offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package including: -Competitive base salary -Pay for Performance -Vacation, including statutory and float holidays -Comprehensive group benefits -Short and long-term disability coverage -OMERS Pension plan -Employee Assistance Plan -Maternity/Parental leave top-up -Mileage reimbursement Further your Career Make the most of your career experience through the County’s many opportunities for learning and development. -External Training and Conference Opportunities -Department team building events -Tuition Reimbursement Program -Professional Association Fees -Secondment Opportunities -Internal Information Technology training
Live and Play in Simcoe County
Simcoe County offers affordable real estate and rental options with ready access to major highways close to the Greater Toronto Area and right on the doorstep of cottage country. Simcoe County is considered by many to be Ontario's four-season outdoor playground. Visitors enjoy breathtaking views, a vibrant arts and cultural community, walking trails, parks, marinas, shopping and dining, and a variety of entertainment ranging from world class shows, snowmobiling, skydiving, and horseracing to lounging on the beach, boating and skiing. There are a number of reasons this region has been identified as a premier destination in Canada, including: Our extensive waterfront access, including Lake Simcoe, the largest lake in Ontario after the Great Lakes; Georgian Bay, famous for its crystal clear water on Lake Huron; and Wasaga Beach, the longest freshwater beach in the world. A variety of outdoor facilities offering an assortment of activities, more than 50 golf courses, 60 marinas, three ski resorts, more than 30,000 acres of Simcoe County Forest, seven provincial parks, one national park and hundreds of kilometres of cross-county skiing, snowmobiling, hiking and mountain biking trails. A growing agri-culinary sector, including the development of several signature foodie trails, craft breweries and distilleries.
With more than 2,000 employees, the County offers an inclusive environment, focused on workplace excellence, recognition, and professional development. Rewarding Community -Service recognition banquet -Peer-to-peer recognition opportunities -Staff BBQs -Supporting United Way Simcoe Muskoka -Paramedic Christmas Toy Drive Healthy workplace The County is committed to providing a wellness-centred work environment by offering the following: -Wellness programs and virtual supports -Active Simcoe Virtual Networking -Comprehensive Health and Safety training -Return to work programs -Safety Boot and Uniform Allowances -Safe Work Environment Staff Discounts and Incentives -Special discounts are available for staff purchasing home, auto and travel insurance -Perkopolis membership Equity, Diversity and Inclusion The County of Simcoe is proud to be an employer that supports equity, diversity and inclusivity. The County recognizes that inclusion is an active, intentional, and continuous process to address inequities and build a respectful and diverse workforce that ensures welcoming spaces and opportunities for all to thrive. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to citizenship, race, place of origin, ethnic origin, colour, ancestry, religion, disability, age, creed, sex/pregnancy, family status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Accessibility The County of Simcoe is committed to providing barrier-free and accessible employment. Accommodations for a disability can be provided at any stage of the recruitment process in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Candidates making a request for accommodation will be considered on the same basis as the other candidates. To request an accommodation to ensure you can participate fully in the recruitment and selection process, or to receive a copy of job postings in an alternate format, please contact HR@simcoe.ca or call (705) 726-9300 Ext. 1290. Sustainable Communities The County is committed to sustainable environmental stewards. As part of this commitment, the Sustainable Operations Team works with staff, partners and vendors to integrate and inspire a sustainable, resource-efficient and cost-effective approach into the County's operations.