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Career Opportunities

Long-Term Care Homes & Services are leaders in excellence and ground-breaking services for healthy aging thanks to the amazing care team members that make a difference in the lives of thousands of residents and clients, each and every day.

The multi-disciplinary team includes experts in nursing and personal care, medical, recreational, rehabilitation, nutritional, spiritual, social work, housekeeping and administrative services.

Learn more about these in-demand positions and check back often for recruitment opportunities.

The rewards of joining our team:

  • competitive salary and benefits
  • employment on a full-time or part-time basis
  • variety of work locations across Toronto
  • work, learn and contribute in a culturally diverse environment
  • opportunities for advancement
  • access to training to stay on the leading-edge of geriatric care
  • team-based environment where you play an active role in the decision-making process


Commitment to CARE

The Long-Term Care Homes & Services team doesn't end with staff. We provide opportunity to get to know the residents and clients you are working with, build relationships with family members, friends and a dedicated team of community volunteers.

About Toronto Long-Term Care Homes &Services

The City of Toronto owns and operates 10 long-term care homes providing 24-hour care for people who can no longer live independently in the community. In addition to the homes, we administer community based programs including Adult Day Programs, Homemakers and Nurses Services and Supportive Housing services.

If you would like to join our team, check out the positions listed in the current opportunities and ongoing recruitment. At the bottom of each posting you will find instructions for applying online.

The City of Toronto does not accept resumes for any positions which are not listed in the job board so visit our website regularly to look for new opportunities.

Committed to employment equity, the City of Toronto encourages applicants from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, racial minorities and women.

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