Care Partners

Job Position: See Details

  • Application Deadline: 16th February 2023
  • Employment Type: Full time
  • Location(s): 13 Branches
  • Compensation: $19.91 to $20.43 per hour
  • How to Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to
    or submit them using the Apply button below.

Required Qualifications:

– Must be fully vaccinated
– Access to a vehicle – esp. Burlington (open to it if you don’t have the
– Vulnerable sector check – within 30 days
– TB/ test
– Required for PSW, RN student, or a certification

Pre-interview screening and then go into a formal interview and hire on the spot

Key Responsibilities:

– Nurses – experience dependent
– Rn
– Pn
– Personal support workers – experience dependent
– Home support worker – no clinical background or certification
– Team coordinator
– Office – st. Catharines office for the training and working
– Do pay for transportation – 45 cent/ km
1 year to receive health benefit
Support immigrants and anyone without clinical program – paid training for HSW
Lead – PSW  will support HSW to ensure they feel comfortable with the job
Online training will be the first 2 weeks and some training from the st. Catharines branch
1 month of training is provided which will be paid
Community based services

Additional Details:

Base salary $20.43 / hour – PSW
 Proof of experience they will be placed hire… and there will be an assessment of rates
HSW – $19.91/ hr

About Our Company:

Home and Community Care in Ontario is evolving rapidly. CarePartners welcomes the provincial health system transformation agenda, emphasizing more patient-centred, integrated care. We are working closely with our system partners in many areas of the province to improve the overall patient experience. At the same time, we have come to understand that our most direct path to improving the patient experience is a path founded on patient and family-centred care.

Our commitment to patient and family-centred care builds on our CarePartners roots. We have always believed that honouring the needs and goals of the individual patient is critical to good care. And we have regularly sought the feedback of our patients and used this feedback to make improvements. Now we are moving a step further. We are beginning to learn that if we welcome our patients as equal partners to the planning table and tap into their perspectives, together we can design a truly amazing health care experience.