Human Resources Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does the City have collective bargaining units?

    Yes, the City has three (3) collective bargaining units which include (Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1582, Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 133, and the Niagara Falls Professional Fire Fighters Association).Categories: Human Resources

  • How do I apply for a job?

    Please check the City of Niagara Falls website for current employment opportunities.

    If you are interested in any postings the City may have, please submit a cover letter, resume and any other required documentation, online through the Employment Opportunities webpage.  If there are multiple positions that are of interest, please apply to each posting separately.

    Regrettably we are only able to consider applications submitted during an active recruitment process as we don't have the capability to maintain and/or reference applications for future opportunities.

    Categories: Human Resources

  • How many employees work for the City of Niagara Falls?

    Approximately, 550 permanent employees with a seasonal temporary workforce that fluctuates upon operational requirements.Categories: Human Resources

  • What Corporate functions do Human Resources facilitate?

    Human Resources coordinate the following functions (Employee/Labour Relations, Compensation & Benefits, Health & Safety, Work-life Balance & Wellness, Organizational Development, and Learning & Development).Categories: Human Resources

  • What types of positions exist within the City of Niagara Falls?

    The City has many types of positions including professional, managerial, fire fighters, bus operators, labourers, clerical, school crossing guards and students.Categories: Human Resources

  • When does the City do most of their hiring?

    The City hires on an as needed basis. Labourers, bus operators, clerical staff and student recruitment drives are typically advertised during spring and summer (April through July).Categories: Human Resources