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Summer Job Opportunities in Waterdown Village

Waterdown Village has two summer employment opportunities made possible through funding from the Government of Canada’s Canada Summer Jobs program that aims to create quality work experience for young people aged 15 to 30. 

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Events & Farmers’ Market Coordinator
8-week position, 35 hours per week

We’re looking for someone who is good with details, people, words and big ideas to support the Waterdown Farmers’ Market and other BIA activities.  (See Temporary Event Coordinator job description here). 

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Helper, Landscape & Maintenance
6-week position, 30 hours per week

We’re also looking for someone who enjoys working outdoors and is equally good with their hands, a shovel or a paint brush to help keep the downtown core sparkling. (See Temporary Helper, Landscape and Gardener job description here).

Plus Farmers’ Market Crew
Saturday Mornings, End of May to mid-October

If you like working outdoors in a fun environment, we’re also looking for additional crew to work Saturday mornings for the 2023 Waterdown Farmers’ Market. You’ll help set-up and tear down for the Market and engage with customers and vendors to bring the Market experience to life. It’s a physical job (you need to be able to lift and set-up tents and weights) best suited to morning people (we start at 6:30 AM each Saturday morning of the Market season). If this sounds like a good fit, please send resume and cover letter to


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