The TTC invites recent graduates of engineering, construction and technical post-secondary programs to attend a virtual recruitment information session on Thurs., Apr. 1. Those interested in exciting career opportunities at the TTC can register at https://www.ttc.ca/join in advance of the event.
"The TTC plays a vital role in our city and it relies on our dedicated transit workers," said Mayor John Tory. "I encourage all recent graduates to explore these opportunities and consider joining our TTC."
"Through this information session, we are hoping to connect directly with the next generation of engineers, technologists, and draftspersons. I would encourage any eligible graduates with an interest in building the future of transportation in Toronto to register and attend this exciting event," said TTC Chair Jaye Robinson.
Participants can expect to hear from the following speakers about what it's like to work at the TTC, including personal stories, career advice, and information about featured job opportunities:
- Rick Leary, TTC CEO
- Fort Monaco, Chief of Infrastructure and Engineering
- Andrea Gonzalez, Engineering Technologist ? Civil
- Adam Arruda, Maintenance Systems Coordinator
- Marika Fraser, Manager, Outreach and Diversity
- Vaso Mosios, Talent Acquisition Specialist
Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
"The TTC is always looking to recruit talented people that reflect the communities we live and work in," said TTC CEO Rick Leary. "We have some of the best and brightest working here already and I look forward to seeing how the next generation of graduates can build on their efforts to help us make the transit system even better."
This virtual information session is one of a series of events geared toward building a diverse and inclusive TTC workforce.
The TTC is committed to fostering a positive workplace culture with a workforce that is representative of the communities it serves. The TTC is dedicated to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and encourages participation from all job seekers. Accommodation is available for participants, including those with disabilities. For more information, visit ttc.ca.