Long-term Care Recruiting

Looking for a career in long-term care? We're looking for certified health care professionals who will provide the best possible care to our residents.

Get Job Ready

After you have applied for a long-term care position, prepare yourself ahead of time in case you receive an interview.

To join us, you need to have the following requirements which are industry standard and required by most long-term care employers. If you don't have the following requirements, we suggest you start immediately.

Police Vulnerable Sector Check

You must provide a current Police Vulnerable Sector Check once an offer of employment is made. We can accept police checks that are less than six months old from date of hire.

If you don't have already have a current police check, learn about the process and locations for Niagara residents and request your police check online. For applicants outside of Niagara, visit your local police station or their website for information.

Tuburculosis Testing

We require the two-step tuberculin (TB) skin test which takes four visits to your doctor. Timing is important.

Physical Assessment

Once an offer of employment is made you will receive a call from our physiotherapy provider to set up an appointment for a physical assessment.

Education and Certification

Once an offer of employment is made, we'll require copies of your secondary- and post-secondary education certificates.

Employment Opportunities

Niagara Region has opportunities that allow you to make a difference in your community. Some of the rewarding positions you'll find in our homes are:

  • Personal support worker
  • Dietary aide
  • Housekeeping / laundry aide
  • Recreationist
  • Rehabilitation worker
  • Resident family support worker
  • Assistant cook
  • Cook
  • Registered nurse
  • Registered practical nurse

Find a career in long-term care

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