Toronto is starting to reopen its doors, and we can’t wait to welcome you back. But it’s going to take us a little longer due to our interactive, high-touch exhibits. We’re working on a comprehensive plan to make sure it’s safe when we open our doors again–so thank you for your patience. As soon as we have more details, we’ll share.

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Interested in helping advance the vision of the Ontario Science Centre for a more curious, creative and resilient world? The Ontario Science Centre is a world-renowned cultural and educational institution that attracts about a million visitors per year with an interactive approach that is the model for science centres around the world. It is the public centre for innovative thinking and provocative dialogue in science and technology, operating seven days a week, 360 days a year.

The Science Centre is guided by its mission to inspire passion for the human adventure of discovery.

We believe science, technology, and innovation will help us shape a better future for society and our planet.

We provide opportunities to explore, learn, and collaborate.

We make a positive and enduring impact on the lives of individuals and communities. Through collaborative experiences, 21st-century learning and youth innovation, the Ontario Science Centre strives to be a global leader in lifelong learning; a vital link in Ontario’s education and innovation ecosystems; and a convener of public dialogue about technology, science and society.

If you connect with these motivations and ambitions, we want you to join our diverse and passionate staff in championing the Science Centre’s guiding beliefs to help us:

Invite: By fostering a welcoming, inclusive environment for everyone to celebrate and draw from diverse communities of interest and expertise.

Listen:  By actively listening to better understand and anticipate the needs of our customers, partners and the communities we serve.

Collaborate: By embracing a cross-disciplinary approach to better engage with our customers and partners and assist them in making sense of the world around them.

Experiment: By exemplifying the spirit of science experimentation while grappling with the unknown, making evidence-based decisions and testing hypotheses.

Adapt: By morphing and adjusting to meet the evolving needs of our customers and partners in a fast-paced world.

Commit: By staying committed to scientific relevance and accuracy in everything we do. 

Why Join Us?

Join the Ontario Science Centre at this exciting time as we implement a new strategic plan and make preparations to celebrate our 50th anniversary in 2019. We welcome new ideas and new people, encourage learning and development and reward achievement. We offer challenging work and competitive pay and benefits.

The Science Centre is a dynamic and stimulating place to work. With new exhibits and displays being developed and regularly introduced, there are many opportunities to contribute, learn and grow. 

The Ontario Science Centre, part of the Ontario Public Service, offers:

For all employment opportunities:

  • a progressive work environment that promotes a work/life balance
  • flexible learning and development opportunities including online training and mentorship programs
  • opportunities for career advancement and specialization through a wide range of career fields within both the Ontario Science Centre and the Ontario Public Service
  • a dedicated approach to creating an inclusive and accessible work environment for all employees

For permanent opportunities:

  • a defined benefit pension plan
  • maternity and parental leave top-up benefits that include adoptive parents
  • a comprehensive health plan
  • life and disability insurance

Do you want to work in an organization filled with smart, fun-loving people with a passion for the world of science and technology? The Ontario Science Centre may be just the place for you! 

Career Opportunities

Sr. Web and Graphics Designer

Shipper & Receiver

The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer.

Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.