TTC Connects Women as Transit Operators
The TTC is hosting its fourth and final “TTC Connects: Women as Transit Operators” virtual information session for 2022.
Wednesday, October 19, 2022 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Attend our virtual information session to learn more about what it’s like being a Transit Operator from a woman’s perspective and tips on how to be successful with your application. This will be a special opportunity to hear from, successful women about their own personal experiences, who are currently working in transit operations at the TTC.
The session will include discussions about:
- Transit Operator recruitment process
- Family and work/life balance
- Career growth opportunities
- Competitive compensation and benefits
At the TTC we have a vision to ensure that our workforce truly reflects the customers and communities it serves. As part of that vision, we are giving women direct access to a career with a top employer in the GTA. If you are looking for a fulfilling career that provides independence, growth and financial stability, this is a great opportunity for you. The TTC wants to attract and retain top talent, and we encourage all women to apply!
The TTC is committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and encourages participation from all job seekers. Accommodation is available for participants, including those with disabilities. Please contact Talent Management at 416-393-4570.
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