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At Niagara Region, we're One Team
We're inclusive, collaborative and treat each other with compassion and respect. We contribute to making a difference in the lives of our residents with care and excellence every day.
Benefits and rewards
We're here for our employees.
At Niagara Region, we value our employees and strive to provide them with strong, inclusive and supportive environments that they can thrive in.
Our employees have purpose and their work directly impacts our residents and supports the growth of our community.
To support our employees, our offer could include:
- Competitive salaries
- Comprehensive benefits and wellness programs
- Industry leading pension plan (OMERS)
- Rewarding performance
- Flexible work options
- Career development
- Mentorship program
- Educational funding
- Employee and family assistance program
- Wellness centre
We communicate with all applicants through email. Make sure you use an email address that you check regularly.
Check your junk / spam folder if you applied for a job and haven't heard from us.
- Community involvement and social responsibility
Niagara Region employees have been giving back to their community through the United Way for over 30 years.
The payroll deduction program for United Way brings people and resources together to strengthen and enhance the quality of life for those in our community.
Regional staff have donated over $2 million throughout the past 30 years to support United Way.
- Employee inclusion and belonging
Niagara Region is situated on treaty land. This land is steeped in the rich history of the First Nations, such as the Hatiwendaronk, the Haudenosaunee and the Anishinaabe, including the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. There are many First Nations, Métis and Inuit from across Turtle Island that live and work in Niagara today.
At Niagara Region, we welcome and value diversity - in background and experience. This includes race / ethnicity, Indigenous identity, gender, sexuality, religion and ability. This also includes language, age, education, immigrant status, social status or other forms of diversity. We recognize that intersecting aspects of identity can affect one's lived experiences.
We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We aspire to hire and grow a workforce reflective of the diverse community we serve. By doing so, we can deliver better programs and services across Niagara.
Don't meet every qualification? Many underrepresented groups may be hesitant to apply for jobs. This is especially true if they don't perfectly meet every qualification, certification or experience. If you're excited about working with us, we encourage you to apply. We also encourage you to consider future opportunities that align with your goals.
Learn more about diversity, equity and inclusion at Niagara Region.
To send input on reducing barriers in the current hiring process, email myHR.
- Growth and performance
At Niagara Region, you will prosper with support from leaders who motivate, model the way, and inspire individuals and teams with purpose and vision. As an employee, you can:
- Grow your career at Niagara Region through fair and inclusive talent management practices
- Hone your professional knowledge, skills and competencies through accessible learning opportunities and experiences
- Work for an organization that values and promotes our health, safety and wellness through activities, practices and policies