Hiring Process

Tips on Completing the Job Application

If you are a "First Time User" on the CN Tower Careers Site, please take a moment to register your email and upload a resume to your profile. Upon successful registration, you will receive an automated email response containing your username and password details for future reference.

 If you are a "Returning User", simply login to your account using your existing email address and password. If you have forgotten your password, please use our "Retrieve Password" tool to reset your password.

In some cases, you will be asked to complete an online assessment questionnaire for the specific position that you are applying for. Along with your resume, these assessments are individually screened and successful candidates will be contacted to move onto the next stage of our recruitment process, which is the interview process. 

The Interview Process

The CN Tower’s interview process involves two (2) steps for all seasonal positions.

1. Pre-screen Interview: usually conducted over the telephone with a department representative or a member of the Human Resources team;

2. In-Person Interview*: with a Manager/Supervisor from the Department. 

*Some of our roles require group interviews, where you will be joined by several candidates in front of a panel of interviewers. Other positions may require additional skills and aptitude testing deemed necessary to perform the role. 

Following the in-person interview, candidates will be notified of the results within two (2) weeks.

Offer of Employment and On-Boarding Process

Successful candidates will be required to go through our background check process which includes criminal, reference and credit checks (where applicable). Once the background checks have cleared, you will be extended an official Offer of Employment to join the CN Tower team. During your first week with us, you will participate in a comprehensive on-boarding program which includes CN Tower Health & Safety and Life Safety Orientation, Service Excellence® training, and on-the-job training.