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Community Living-Central Huron Job Fair

We are looking for outstanding people who have education, experience and a passion to make a difference in people’s lives. 

Community Living-Central Huron is holding a Job Fair on October 23, 2018, at 267 Suncoast Drive East, Goderich, from 8am – 12pm.

Community Living-Central Huron has been supporting people with a developmental disability in the community since 1958. The Agency offers a range of services to adults and children. We assist people to achieve their goals, whatever they may be. Goals include gaining independence with volunteering, or day-to-day activities such as appointments or grocery shopping, and employment and having friendships like everyone else.

The main area the Agency is looking to hire support workers is in ‘residential services’ where people are supported 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are looking for outstanding people who have their Development Services Worker Diploma or certificate, Social Service Worker Diploma, Child and Youth Worker Diploma, or O-S-S-D with related work experience. If this sounds like you, bring your resume and references to our Job Fair on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 between 8am and 12pm.

Community Living-Central Huron is committed to assisting and supporting people to achieve their goals, vision, dreams and to participate in the community through the promotion of social inclusion.”

Contact Information:

Community Living-Central Huron

267 Suncoast Drive East, Goderich, ON N7A 4C7

P: 519-524-7362

If you are interested in a career with Community Living-Central Huron, please submit a resume and cover letter to:

Mail or in person:

Community Living-Central Huron
PO Box 527
267 Suncoast Dr E
Goderich, ON
N7A 4C7

Fax: 519-524-1511

Occasional and Part-Time Residential Support Workers

Successful candidates will work as part of a team and be responsible for assisting people to achieve their personal goals; assisting with personal care, daily living skills, social/recreational outings and administering medications.

Job requirements are: Ontario Secondary School Diploma/Equivalent; experience or education in Developmental and/or Human Services; First Aid and CPR; CPI; 3 year uncertified driver's abstract; valid Ontario driver's licence with access to a reliable vehicle and proof of two million dollars third party liability. Must be able to work a variety of shifts.

We offer benefits and RRSP contributions to our permanent positions both full and part time.

Only those receiving an interview will be contacted.




Become a Self Employed Contract Worker

A Self Employed Contract Worker/Community Mentor is chosen by an individual or family to provide 1:1 support to work towards their goals; to build skills, independence and to connect to natural supports in the community.  This role is to assist individuals to serve in valued social roles. 

Click here to view the Make a Difference brochure for further information.