The City of Guelph promoted new summer jobs on Sunday for parks and forestry labourers with applications open until May 26 for positions such as turk maintenance, horticulture and urban forestry.
“These positions assist with providing services and maintenance related to hundreds of hectares of parkland and the related amenities that make Guelph such a great place,” the posing on the Guelph website reads.
Most of these positions have already begun but they usually finish around the end of August or at the beginning of September and pay minimum wage for working up to 40 hours per week.
The city says they are in search of “hardworking, motivated team players” for the summer. Additional positions include trails and natural area stewardship, amusement rides and playground maintenance.