Job Opportunities

Advantages of Employment: Our agency has a long history of assisting people with intellectual disabilities who are vulnerable as a result of their dependence on social services. The extent to which they have been successful at being included and respected as citizens of their community has very much depended upon the dedication, commitment and contributions of our employees.

Upon hire, you will be entering into a very important relationship with your employer, the people we support and their families. We strive to maintain an innovative and challenging work environment, and our commitment to our employees is to ensure progressive employment practices and timely and open communication.

As an agency, we value our employees’ efforts and look forward to celebrating their collective achievements.

Why not consider a career in the Developmental Services Sector? The rewards are many and varied.

We accept applications on an ongoing basis and review as positions become available. Send resumes to humanresources@clstcatharines.ca.  

We are an equal opportunity employer.  In accordance with AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005), Community Living St. Catharines will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection, and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.  If you require a disability-related accommodation, please inform the Human Resources Department.  We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  If you require an alternate format, please contact the Human Resource Department at 905-688-5222 ext. 276, email to humanresources@clstcatharines.ca, or by TTY to 905-688-5222.

Additional Mandatory Requirements:

The Developmental Services Human Resource Strategy

The Developmental Services Human Resource Strategy (DH HR Strategy), a partnership between the Provincial Network on Developmental Services and the Ministry of Community and Social Services, continues to make significant strides in positioning employment in the developmental services sector as a “career of choice” in Ontario.  This strategy is designed to enhance the effectiveness of agency recruitment practices by appealing to prospective employees who are seeking a “meaningful career” and who are passionate about making a positive contribution to the lives of people with developmental disabilities.

For further information please visit www.ontariodevelopmentalservices.ca

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