Wet’n’Wild Toronto Ramping Up for 2022 Season

Wet’n’Wild Toronto

Enterprise Canada

Release Date

Thursday, February 24, 2022


Wet’n’Wild Toronto is hiring for the 2022 season.

Looking forward to a full and busy summer, the GTA’s largest waterpark is looking to hire 500 people across all departments.

Located on Finch Avenue West just off Highway 427 in Brampton, Ont., Wet’n’Wild Toronto is a world-class waterpark destination. It boasts a 45-acre park that features an assortment of tube and body water slides, Bear Footin’ Bay kids’ play structure, the Big Surf wave pool and the Muskoka Soakah lazy river.

Jobs available for the 2022 season include:

  • Lifeguards and slide dispatchers.
  • Admissions and guest service.
  • Food Service.
  • Park Services.
  • Maintenance.
  • Security and access control.

For a full list of the positions available, please visit wetnwildtoronto.com.

Candidates interested in joining the team of lifeguards can get trained and work up to get the required certifications.  Wet’n’Wild Toronto will host a Bronze crash course from March 14th to 18th.  Please visit wetnwildtoronto.com to register. Training is free for those who work the entire summer season at Wet‘n’Wild Toronto. 

Rates of pay start at $15 per hour and are variable depending on the job, role and responsibility.

Team member benefits include free and unlimited use of the water park during off hours, free tickets for friends and family, access to exclusive employee events and activities throughout the season, discounts to partnering Ontario attractions, employee discounts on food, merchandise and more.

Wet’nWild Toronto is committed to a workplace culture where diversity, equity and inclusion are embraced and promoted. The park works closely with provincial and regional health officials to respect all relevant COVID-19 safety protocols.

Get social with Wet’n’Wild Toronto on Facebook at /WetNWildToronto, Instagram @wetnwildtoronto, Twitter @wetnwildtoronto, Snapchat at wetnwildtoronto and subscribe on YouTube.

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