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We Are Hiring!

When our employees were asked through a confidential survey to characterize The Career Foundation, they chose these words:

We are dedicated to helping our employees to achieve their career goals. Many of our current staff members were once our clients! We’re very proud of this because we feel it attests to the type of dedicated team we have in place.

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Diversity and Inclusion

The Career Foundation is committed to diversity and inclusion and aims to create a healthy and rewarding environment for all. We welcome applications from qualified individuals who represent the diversity of the people we proudly serve, including, but not limited to, visible minorities, women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, and individuals of all genders and sexual orientation. 

The Career Foundation, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), is also committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. We will work with candidates requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

Career Opportunities

If you would like to join our team at The Career Foundation, we encourage you to view and apply to our current job postings below.

Employer Services Consultant (*New)

Conveniently located in Etobicoke, North York, Downtown Toronto, and Scarborough, The Career Foundation’s five (5) full-suite Employment Centres provide job seekers with a full range of services, including exploring career options, improving their résumés, preparing for interviews, and much more. Our Employment Centres also offer a range of services to employers, including job matching, hiring fairs, retention advice, and other services.

Our team of Employer Services Consultants are responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with employers in multiple sectors, assessing workforce development needs, developing strategies to support employers with accomplishing their hiring needs, and other important services. Employer Services Consultants also work directly with our job seeker clients to provide job development support and connections to employment opportunities, in addition to other essential duties.

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Data Entry Clerk/Follow Up Specialist (Fully Remote) (*New)

The Data Entry Clerk/Follow Up Specialist is an integral part of the administrative department that supports The Career Foundation’s five Employment Centres. Reporting to the Manager of Data Governance, Quality Assurance and Administrative Services, the Data Entry Clerk/Follow Up Specialist is responsible to contact clients on a timely manner and verify their employment status and support client success. In addition, the Data Entry Clerk/Follow Up Specialist is responsible for recording and maintaining collected data in an internal and funder-mandated system, analyzing, and preparing various reports, and other essential duties.

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Project Administrator (*New)

The Project Administrator will provide essential administrative support to all programs at The Career Foundation. Essential responsibilities include, data input and management, budgeting, and managing confidential documentation and records, among other duties.

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Community Outreach Worker (Casual and flexible hours) (*New)

The Career Foundation’s Community and Outreach Workers are responsible for developing relationships with local community groups and organizations to increase awareness of The Career Foundation and its services. The Community and Outreach Workers are also responsible for marketing and outreaching to job seekers, especially those from underrepresented groups, to help them access the various employment programs and services of The Career Foundation. A creative and innovative marketing, outreach, and community engagement approach is required to be successful in this role. 

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Job Retention Specialist (Fully Remote) (*New)

The Ontario Home Builders’ Job-Ready Program provides job seekers with entry-level practical skills training and experience that prepares them for work in the construction industry. In addition to hands-on industry training, participants are provided with entry-level skills training, a paid job placement, and ongoing retention supports to ensure their long-term success in the construction field. Paid work placements take place with employers located throughout Ontario, including Simcoe, Niagara, St. Thomas, Ottawa, Hamilton, Durham, Quinte, and Kitchener/Waterloo.

The Ontario Home Builders’ Job-Ready Program is made possible by EnerQuality Corporation, with funding provided by the Government of Ontario, Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development. The program is run in partnership with Ontario Home Builders’ Association and The Career Foundation.

Position description: The Job Retention Specialist will be an important part of The Career Foundation’s team on this project, responsible for providing program participants with essential job retention coaching and support. The Job Retention Specialist will monitor the progress of job placements that program participants are placed in, coach participants individually and in group settings on industry and job-specific demands and expectations, facilitate virtual weekly meetings, and other important duties. This is a fully remote position that requires the successful candidate to have an appropriate work-from-home space.

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Project Coordinator (Completing the Circle – Hamilton) (*New)

Our Completing the Circle (CTC) program is a youth employment and skills development project funded by Canada’s Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS). CTC provides individualized support to youth with multiple barriers to employment. Through the program, youth participants are empowered to find employment, and are equipped with tools, supports, new skills, and confidence to start and maintain work. CTC focuses on quality work opportunities for youth, employment maintenance and career advancement, professional development and training, and enhanced supports that are flexible and adaptable to their needs.

Position: The Project Coordinator for our CTC Hamilton site is part of The Career Foundation’s management team. The Project Coordinator is responsible for program staff supervision, budget accountability, monitoring the program’s progress towards goals, preparing reports for the program’s funder, and other essential responsibilities to ensure the success of the program.

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Job Developer (Youth Job Connection Program) (*New)

The Youth Job Connection (YJC) program is designed to help young people between the ages of 15 and 29 who face multiple barriers to employment. It provides access to employment skills development, along with education/training and work experience.

Position: The Job Developer is an important part of the team, responsible for establishing new relationships with employers, securing job placement opportunities for program participants, and ensuring job retention is achieved. The Job Developer is also responsible for delivering pre-employment workshops, providing job coaching to participants, and other essential duties.

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Human Resources Manager (*New)

Reporting to the Director of Human Resources and Operations, the Human Resources Manager is responsible for performing a wide range of HR functions, including full cycle recruitment, employee onboarding and offboarding, health and safety, benefits administration, talent development, performance management, employee engagement initiatives, and more.

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Job Developer/Outreach Worker (Empowering Abilities Program) (*New)

The Career Foundation’s Empowering Abilities Program (EAP) assists individuals with disabilities in overcoming barriers to employment by enhancing their employability to make a successful transition to employment or to return to school to further their career goal.  The project consists of up to 10 weeks of pre-employment workshops followed by 12 weeks of a wage subsidy placement. 

Position: The Job Developer/Outreach Worker is an important part of the team, responsible for establishing new relationships with employers, finding appropriate job placement opportunities for persons with disabilities, and ensuring job retention is achieved. The Job Developer/ Outreach Worker is also responsible for delivering pre-employment workshops, providing job coaching to participants, and other essential duties.

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PSW Business Developer (Personal Support Worker Training Program) – Community & Remote-Based (*New)

Description: The Career Foundation’s Personal Support Worker (PSW) Training program is offered in partnership with triOS College and a consortium of Healthcare employers to support job seekers - especially those who have been laid off due to COVID-19 - with reskilling for the healthcare sector as PSWs. It is a no-cost training program that provides participants with industry training that prepares them to work in community or long-term care settings and build career pathways in the healthcare sector. 

The Career Foundation is currently seeking a PSW Business Developer with connections to PSW employers and others in the healthcare industry. The successful candidate will utilize exceptional rapport building skills to work closely with program participants and employers to match participants with job vacancies, provide job coaching and appropriate guidance to program participants, and perform other essential job functions, including ensuring participants remain engaged during their work placements.  

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Intake, Assessment & Client Service Facilitator (Empowering Abilities Program) (*New)

The Career Foundation’s Empowering Abilities Program (EAP) assists individuals with disabilities in overcoming barriers to employment by enhancing their employability to make a successful transition to employment or to return to school to further their career goal.  The project consists of up to 10 weeks of pre-employment workshops followed by 12 weeks of a wage subsidy placement. 

The Intake, Assessment & Client Service Facilitator will be an essential part of team, responsible for delivering pre-employment workshops, providing employment counselling to clients, and other essential client service functions to help ensure the program meets or exceeds all goals and objectives.

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Employment Services and Placement Specialist (Full Suite Employment Centres) (*New)

The Employment Services and Placement Specialists are part of The Career Foundation’s five (5) full-suite Employment Centres conveniently located in Etobicoke, North York, Downtown Toronto, and Scarborough.  Our Employment Centres provide job seekers with a full range of services, including exploring career options, improving their résumés, preparing for interviews, and much more. The Employment Centres also offer a range of services to employers, including job matching, hiring fairs, retention advice, and other services.

The Employment Services and Placement Specialists are responsible for conducting client intakes and needs assessments, developing individualized action plans for job seekers, performing outreach to employers, facilitating job matching between job seekers and employers, administration of important documents, and other essential functions.

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Program Coordinator (Foundations in Network Cabling)

The Career Foundation’s new Foundations in Network Cabling program is designed to assess, intake and train highly skilled immigrants with education and work experience in network cabling, telecommunications, electronics, and electrical fields from outside Canada and place them in a structured 9-week training program.  The training components include job search, workplace communication, and specific skills training in Network Cabling.

At program completion, clients will receive a certificate in Network Cabling and several safety certifications in Working at Heights, and WHMIS. The training also includes hands-on experience with structured cabling, fiber optics, and media devices.

The Program Coordinator will be an essential part of the team, responsible for program staff supervision, budget accountability, monitoring the program’s progress towards goals, preparing reports for the program’s funder, and other essential responsibilities to ensure the success of the program.

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Placement Specialist, IT & Tech (Path To Customer Success Program)

The Path to Customer Success (Path2CS) program assists diverse women from across Ontario who have lost their jobs in the service sector due to COVID-19 and prepares them for remote work in Customer Success roles. The Path2CS program also works with employers to assist them with matching program participants with their vacancies based upon participants’ skills, capabilities, interests, and experience. Additionally, employers receive support with remote and virtual training plans, placement monitoring, and retention services that will support long-term success for their employees.

The Placement Specialist is an important member of the Path2CS team, responsible for partnering with employers in IT & Tech to place program participants into long-term employment opportunities.  The Placement Specialist will work directly with program participants and employers to determine their specific needs and factors that influence employment retention. The Placement Specialist will also conduct a full spectrum of job development activities to connect job seekers to employment opportunities and will be responsible for achieving specific targets and goals on an ongoing basis, pursuant to the program funder’s requirements.

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Outreach Worker (Completing the Circle Program)

The Career Foundation’s Completing the Circle (CTC) program is a youth employment and skills development project funded by Canada’s Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS). CTC fosters the development of and provides individualized support to youth with multiple barriers to employment.

The Outreach Worker will be an essential part of the team, taking a lead role in identifying and recruiting new youth participants for the CTC program, and creating and maintaining community partnerships for all CTC locations, in addition to other essential duties.  

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Participant Support Assistant (Completing the Circle Program)

The Career Foundation’s Completing the Circle (CTC) program is a youth employment and skills development project funded by Canada’s Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS). CTC fosters the development of and provides individualized support to, youth with multiple barriers to employment.

The Participant Support Assistant is an integral part of the team, ensuring that program participants receive appropriate, individualized program supports to help them succeed in their job search. The Participant Support Assistant will assess program support needs required by all participants, coordinate the purchases of those supports, and perform other essential duties, including job coaching and retention support services.  

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Job Developer/Outreach Worker (Empowering Abilities Program)

The Career Foundation’s Empowering Abilities Program (EAP) assists individuals with disabilities in overcoming barriers to employment by enhancing their employability to make a successful transition to employment or to return to school to further their career goal.  The project consists of up to 10 weeks of pre-employment workshops followed by 12 weeks of a wage subsidy placement. 

The Job Developer/Outreach Worker is an important part of the team, responsible for establishing new relationships with employers, finding appropriate job placement opportunities for persons with disabilities, and ensuring job retention is achieved. The Job Developer/ Outreach Worker is also responsible for delivering pre-employment workshops, providing job coaching to participants, and other essential duties.

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Program Coordinator (Youth General Carpenter Pre-Apprenticeship Program)

The Career Foundation’s General Carpenter Pre-Apprenticeship program provides youth participants with General Carpenter Level 1 Apprenticeship training at the Stoney Creek Campus of Mohawk College, along with secondary trade exposure in Drywall, Acoustics and Lathing Application. In addition, our team directly provides pre-employment and job maintenance training to assist participants to develop skills for securing and retaining sustainable employment.

The Program Coordinator is a vital part of the project team and is required to utilize exceptional rapport-building skills to support youth with barriers to employment. The Program Coordinator will work closely with a core group of up to 20 youth and act as their teacher, placement coordinator, and counsellor. It is an essential function of the Program Coordinator’s position to ensure that the youth participants receive the support and assistance needed to complete all program components and achieve their goals. Additionally, the Program Coordinator will develop strong connections and relationships with industry employers, keeping them updated and assisting them with their hiring needs. It is expected that by the end of the program, youth participants will be “apprenticeship bound,” working with employers in and outside of the GTHA and well on their way to successful careers in this in-demand field.

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Program Coordinator (Cannabis Production Worker Training & Recruitment Program)

The Cannabis Production Worker Training & Recruitment Program provides job seekers with entry-level industry training that enhances skill sets, productivity, safety, and workplace communication while increasing job prospects and job mobility for workers in the Cannabis industry – all in a practical learning environment. Program participants are comprised of job seekers with barriers to employment.

As an essential member of the team, the Program Coordinator will utilize their exceptional skills in the area of developing rapport with partners and participants to ensure the program runs smoothly and achieves its objectives, including milestones and targets as set-out by the program’s government funder. Partners include, but are not limited to, Advisory Committee members, trainers, and employers in the Cannabis industry. The Program Coordinator will be the liaison for partners and trainers, while coordinating job placements between program participants and employers. In addition to other essential duties, the Program Coordinator will provide job coaching and employment counselling to program participants to help them overcome their barriers to employment and achieve employment retention.

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