Are you interested in working with great colleagues who care about making a difference in our communities?

Ontario Trillium Foundation staff reflect the highest standards of commitment, professionalism and accountability. These standards are important at OTF and are made possible through:

  • targeted recruitment
  • development and support of qualified individuals
  • dedication to helping the Foundation achieve its many goals

The Ontario Trillium Foundation is committed to equity in employment and providing a dynamic and flexible work environment which allows all employees to strive and reach their full career potential. OTF is committed to diversity and inclusiveness in its employment practices and respects the right of applicants and employees to fair and equitable treatment in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Most Ontario Trillium Foundation staff work from our head office location in downtown Toronto. Regional staff are located throughout Ontario in sixteen different locations to provide information and services to interested grantee organizations as well as to the volunteers that form our Grant Review teams.

Current Postings

No postings

Applying for positions

Most opportunities available within OTF are permanent, full-time positions; however, occasionally part-time and temporary positions are also available.

Applicants are invited to forward a résumé for consideration for posted or upcoming opportunities by any of the following methods:

 hr@otf.caHuman Resources,
Ontario Trillium Foundation,
800 Bay Street, 5th floor
Toronto, ON  M5S 3A9
Fax your resume to the attention of:
Human Resources

After the closing date, we review all applications received and applicants who best meet the advertised requirements are invited for an interview, usually within two to three weeks of the closing date.

We thank all applicants in advance but will acknowledge only those selected for an interview.

Positions requiring proficiency in French

OTF services are provided to the public in French in areas of Ontario designated under the French Language Services Act. Some positions therefore require the ability to communicate in both English and French. These career opportunities are advertised in both English and French, and the qualifications include the phrase "proficiency in English and French is required".

Applicants must possess the necessary French-language skills for the work. OTF will confirm that the successful candidate meets the oral and written standards by conducting part of the selection process in French and a formal linguistic evaluation.   

Applicants may apply in English or French. 

The Selection Process

Following the closing date we will contact those applicants whom we would like to invite to participate in the selection process.

OTF uses a variety of selection methods, which may include use of social media tools for first screening of applications, followed by panel interviews with subsequent formal or informal stages. During interviews candidates are asked a set of questions which are prepared to assess each candidate's skills and experience against the requirements for the job. Each interviewee is asked the same questions, so there is a common basis for assessment.

Other Selection Methods

There are a variety of selection methods available for managers to use to identify the best qualified candidate for a position. These may include tests, requests for work samples, behavioural competency assessments, and skills demonstrations, such as preparing presentations.


Candidates invited to participate in the selection process will be asked to submit names of employment references who can provide information on their work experience. Other methods of evaluation may include background checks, social media checks and other assessment tools, with prior notice given to candidates.


When contacted, candidates will be provided with an overview of the various elements of the selection process -- such as tests, skills demonstrations, etc. We will provide employment accommodation (i.e. wheelchair accessible location; rescheduling of interviews that fall on religious holidays) if we are advised of an applicant's needs in advance of any part of the selection process.