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We are committed to reflecting the communities we serve and fostering a respectful and inclusive work environment for everyone. We welcome applications from people of all ages, races, ethnic origins, religions, abilities, gender identities and sexual orientations.

Did you know that TNG Community Services was named to the 2022 Globe and Mail Top 100 GTA Employer list? Find out why and apply today!

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Available Opportunities

  • After Hours Supervisor, Home Care Team - Part-Time
    Reporting to the Senior Manager, Client Care Services; the incumbent is responsible for business related to After Hours service for the provision of all Personal Support and homemaking programs and services. The incumbent will provide intake and coordination of newly assigned and current clients, supervise Personal/Home Support Workers and responds to the urgent inquires made by staff and clients as required when on duty. Hours of work are rotating weekends (Friday 10:00pm to Sunday 10:00pm) and occasional coverage during the week for the Monday to Friday role (5:00pm – 8:30am).

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Community Personal Support Worker
    Provides personal, palliative, housekeeping, respite and other services to the elderly, adults with disabilities and other vulnerable individuals in our community. The Personal Support Worker performs tasks of a confidential nature while providing services to a vulnerable, high-risk client population and is expected to comply with Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest Policies and privacy legislation.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Community Worker - Contract, Full-Time
    This position works in conjunction with the Manager and other staff to assist clients to maintain independent living. The responsibilities include: assessing the needs of clients, preparing and implementing individulaized care plans, and delivering various services including advocacy, assessment and crisis intervention,

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Corner Drop-In Community Worker
    Work as a member of the Drop-In team to provide an enriched drop-in setting for homeless and socially isolated adults. Engage, assess, refer and support Drop-in visitors as appropriate, and inform new visitors of all services and opportunities. Work alongside staff, volunteers and peer workers to ensure a safe and welcoming environment. Work closely with the staff team to support individual case management plans and provide client accompaniments. Work with participants to develop, plan and implement a regular roster of afternoon programming, develop and support client engagement strategies

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Custodian - Housing - Contract
    The position is responsible for cleaning and maintaining TNG owned sites. Duties include maintenance and repairs of interiors, supply acquisition, garbage removal and upkeep of exterior grounds and walkways as assigned. Assist with maintenance of building equipment and machinery and respond to emergencies as necessary or required. The position will report to the Senior Housing Manager, and is part of CUPE Local 7797. Position will work 35 hours per week; all statutory Holidays and be required to be on-call every Friday-Sunday from 3:30 pm Friday night until 7:30 am Monday morning.


    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Early Childhood Assistants (ECA) - casual
    The Neighbourhood Group Community Services is seeking Casual Early Childhood Assistants (ECA) to work within our licensed child care sites across the GTA. Applicants need to be available to work a variety of shifts between the hours of 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, and in various locations with ages ranging from infants to school age.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Early Childcare Assistant (ECA) – Our Lady of Lourdes - Contract - Part-Time
    Assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation of an age appropriate program to enhance the children’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional development in accordance with the Child Care and Early Years Act, How Does Learning Happen Pedagogy, AQI and all other governing agencies.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Early Childhood Educator (ECE) - Canoe Landing - Split Shift - Contract
    Plan, implement and evaluate an age-appropriate program to enhance the children’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional development in accordance with the Child Care and Early Years Act and Toronto Children’s Services AQI Criteria.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Early Childcare Assistant (ECA) – Winchester - Contract
    Assist the Early Childhood Educator to plan and implement the program created for the children and provide a safe and healthy environment in accordance with the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA), working as part of a team with support staff, and within the program as a whole. This position reports to Manager, Winchester Childcare Centre and is part of CUPE Local 7797.


    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Early Childcare Assistant (ECA) – Winchester - Contract
    Assist the Early Childhood Educator to plan and implement the program created for the children and provide a safe and healthy environment in accordance with the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA), working as part of a team with support staff, and within the program as a whole. This position reports to Manager, Winchester Childcare Centre and is part of CUPE Local 7797.


    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Early Childhood Educator (ECE) - Winchester - Contract - Split Shift
    Plan and implement the program created for the children, and provide a safe and healthy environment in accordance with the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA), working as part of a team with support staff, and within the program as a whole.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Employment Counsellor/Facilitator
    As part of the Employment Services team, the Counsellor/Facilitator works with approximately 220 job seekers annually to provide individual guidance and longer-term case management. In-person as well as virtually, this position performs assessments, works with clients to increase job search skills and develop individual care plans, makes referrals to internal and external programs and services, supports job retention and coordinates supports.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Mobile Shelter Support Program Shift Lead (4 Positions)
    As an MSSP Shift Lead, you will play a pivotal role in coordinating day-to-day shift activities and operations. Leveraging your own personal experience with homelessness, mental health challenges, and substance use, you will serve as a guiding force, assisting, inspiring, and mentoring both clients and fellow team members on their journeys toward well-being. Utilizing a trauma-informed approach, you will empower individuals to navigate and access services, de-escalate challenging situations, share valuable resources and information, build trust and rapport, facilitate communication with clients, offer social and recreational support, organize and lead client-focused programs as needed, and advocate on behalf of clients when necessary. The MSSP Shift Lead will also accompany clients to appointments. Furthermore, the MSSP Shift Lead will undertake responsibilities such as welcoming and training new team members and collaborating with other teams, including the MSSP Supervisor(s) and the Senior Manager of Mobile Community Health Services. Effective communication between TNG and site operators is crucial to ensure that the needs of our clients are met efficiently. Additionally, you will actively contribute to overdose prevention and response, safety planning, and the enhancement of harm reduction practices through various strategies and advocacy efforts.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Personal Support Worker – Supportive Housing - Part-Time Weekend - Contract
    Provide service to clients of the Supportive Housing Department, in client’s homes in a supportive housing, group home or community setting, according to individual care plans. Such services may include, but are not limited to: personal care, activities of daily living, homemaking, escorts, walks, and pet care. This position reports to the Client Care Supervisor and is part of CUPE Local 7797. Scheduled hours of work are 14 per week, every Saturday and Sunday.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • PSW Supervisor
    The PSW Supervisor - Community Care are part of a team who work diligently to provide consistency of care to adult and older adult clients and their families who are referred to The Neighbourhood Group Community Services (TNGCS) from various Funders. The incumbent will manage a caseload of clients who are community based personal support service clients and community home support clients; work with partnering and funding agencies and provide leadership to a team of Personal Support Workers (PSWs) and Home Support Workers (HSWs).

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Receptionist- Central Neighbourhood House - Part-Time
    This position is responsible for promoting a professional public image to all those who visit the agency and to ensure the smooth functioning of daily reception activities at the Main House. The part-time Receptionist covers reception for lunch breaks (12pm-1pm) and the evening shift (4:30pm to 6 pm). The position ay be required to work full-time hours to cover vacation and other absences.


    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Receptionist - contract
    The Receptionist is the primary contact for all staff and visitors onsite at our 3036 Danforth Ave. office. The Receptionist provides telephone and general reception assistance, provides administrative support to agency staff, and handles cheques and cash.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Registered Early Childhood Educators - casual
    The Neighbourhood Group Community Services Child Care Centers are seeking Casual Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECE’s) to work in our licensed child care centers across the GTA. Applicants need to be available to work a variety of shifts between the hours of 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, and in various locations with ages ranging from infants to school age.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE) - Ontario Child Care Centre - Part-Time
    Plan and implement the program created for the children, and provide a safe and healthy environment in accordance with the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA), working as part of a team with support staff, and within the program as a whole.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief After Hours Supervisor – Ongoing
    Job Description: Reporting to the Senior Manager, Client Care Services, the incumbent is responsible for tasks related to After Hours service and support for the provision of all Personal Support and Homemaking programs and services. The incumbent will provide intake and coordination of newly assigned and current clients, supervise Personal/Home Support Workers and provide crisis intervention as required when on duty.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief Client Care Coordinator – Ongoing
    Job Description: The Relief Client Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating HSW/PSW and client schedules and associated tasks according to client requirements and in accordance with TNG operating standards, the collective agreement and funder requirements. 

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief Child & Youth Worker
    Reporting to the Manager, Children and Youth Services, the Child and Youth Relief Worker will plan and implement engaging programming for children aged 6-12 years old in the after-school program and support youth aged 13-29 years old who attend our drop-in programs.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief Child and Youth Programs Worker – Ongoing
    Job Description: Reporting to the Manager, Children and Youth Services, the Child and Youth Worker will plan and implement an engaging program for the children in the after-school and young women’s programs. This position is responsible for filling in for the regular cook in the event of illness or vacation in a busy drop-in centre. Working as a team member with other staff in the provision of services to the drop-in membership, the relief cook will cook a hot meal for up to 200 members daily, oversee a number of volunteers, and engage in the safe running of a busy kitchen.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief Custodian (Housing) – Ongoing
    Job Description: The position is responsible for cleaning and maintaining Agency Housing sites. Duties include maintenance and repairs of interiors, supply acquisition, garbage removal and upkeep of exterior grounds and walkways as assigned. Assist with maintenance of building equipment and machinery and respond to emergencies as necessary or required. 

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief Maintenance Worker – Ongoing
    Job Description: The Relief Maintenance Worker, reporting to the Facilities Manager and working out of different locations, is responsible for cleaning and maintenance, ensuring safe and healthy operation of the building, and responding to emergencies as required and necessary. 

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief Receptionist
    The Relief Receptionist is the primary contact for all staff and visitors on site at our 3036 Danforth Ave. office. The Receptionist provides telephone and general reception assistance, provides administrative support to agency staff, and handles cheques and cash.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Relief Receptionist – Ongoing
    Job Description: The Relief Receptionist, when on duty, is a primary contact for all staff and visitors at our 3036 Danforth Ave. office. The Relief Receptionist provides telephone and general reception assistance, provides administrative support to agency staff, and handles cheques and cash. 

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Senior Child Care Teacher – Canoe Landing
    Plans, implements and evaluates an age-appropriate program to enhance the children’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional development in accordance with the Child Care Modernization Act. Acts as supervisor in charge of center during manager’s absence.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Senior Manager, Adult Day Program
    The Senior Manager ADP (Senior Manager) is responsible for executing strategies and workplans for all three of The Neighbourhood Group Community Services (TNGCS) Adult Day Programs (ADP) across the City of Toronto. Over 30% of clients speak a primary language other than English, are often frail, and/or marginalized. The incumbent reports to the Director, Home and Community Care and helps them ensure that programs meet relevant industry standards, Funder requirements and TNGCS’s mission. The ADPs are designed to provide caregiver relief and social, recreational, and therapeutic programs for frail elderly and seniors living with mild dementia, the effects of a stroke, and/or other physical and cognitive issues. These same individuals are not able to attend regular community activities and may speak English, Cantonese, Mandarin and/or Portuguese. Participants receive mental and social stimulation in a friendly and safe environment from caring staff. Transportation is provided by TNGCS to elderly clients who live within the catchment area.


    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Street Survivors Case Manager - Contract
    The Street Survivors Case Manager is part of Urban Health and Homeless Services (UHHS) and is responsible for providing specialized enhanced follow-up supports to seniors exiting homelessness. Working from a trauma informed, client centered, harm reduction approach, case managers provide one-to-one supports, home visits and telephone contact to assist participants in identifying and achieving self determined goals. Working closely with participants and external service providers, the case manager liaises with and coordinates access to services that assist with housing stabilization and community integration.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • TCAT Case Manager - Contract
    As a member of the UHHS department, this position provides direct case management supports to adults on a complete range of complex issues, including health, financial, housing, legal and life skills issues. Working from a harm reduction, trauma informed perspective, case managers provide extensive direct one-to-one support, home visit and telephone contact to assist participants in identifying and achieving self-determined goals. Working closely with the client and external service providers involved, the Case Manager liaises with and coordinates access to services including substance use and mental health supports, landlords, health care providers, legal institutions, income supports, housing providers and other community services. As a member of the UHHS department, this position will provide support in the Corner drop-in as well, working closely with the integrated team.


    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Team Lead - SafeSpot 2 Project
    SafeSpot (formerly Shelter-Hotel Overdose Prevention Project-SHOPP) offers overdose prevention services for shelter residents who use drugs including witnessing drug use/spotting, opioid overdose reversal, creation of overdose prevention safety plans, distribution of harm reduction tools, and training with residents, shelter and security staff as necessary. The Team Lead–SafeSpot will work collaboratively with the Coordinator, Peer Program: Sheltering Sites Overdose Prevention Services, shelter-operators, and different agencies in order to establish and support peer-driven overdose prevention initiatives at identified sheltering sites. The Team Lead–SafeSpot will assist in the identification, recruitment, training, scheduling, and support of peers to ensure quality and efficiency in the delivery of overdose prevention and response services to residents of shelters-hotels.The Team Lead–SafeSpot will remain consistent with the philosophies of the agency/peer program and follow all policies, procedures, and requirements.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Women’s Outreach Assistant – Dari, Pashto and English Speaking
    The Women’s Outreach Assistant works directly with the Women’s Settlement Team Lead and Women’s Program Coordinator to conduct outreach, primarily to Afghani Newcomers. The Outreach Assistant is responsible for planning, linguistic interpretation and facilitation of workshops, social events, educational, recreational and life-skill activities, mentoring, coaching, advocacy to build connection with isolated and marginalized newcomer women. These supports are primarily delivered to newcomer women (identified) and their families to reduce barriers and increase access to resources and well-being to assist in settlement.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org
  • Youth Justice Worker
    This position provides services to youth who have come into contact with the youth criminal justice system, providing intake, support, and the implementation of appropriate sanctions and measures, and the fulfilment of legislated reporting requirements. The worker will facilitate court sanctioned or mandated workshops, providing advocacy and/or court supports to youth/parents and supporting wider violence prevention initiatives. They will work within a dynamic team of youth justice workers to decrease violent crime among youth and support those youth at most risk of violence. The position delivers programs internally and within community-based settings that value youth leadership, youth empowerment and self-determined care and development.

    Job Posting: See the posting here

    Apply Here: careers@tngcs.org