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We’re holding an in-person hiring fair for Personal Support Workers!

Join us on June 27 between 8:30am – 4:30pm at our office located at 4211 Yonge Street, Suite 401, for an opportunity to interview with us for our PSW position! We offer flexible schedules and comprehensive benefits for full-time workers. If you’re interested in working in or near the M2R, M3A, M3B, or M3H postal code area then apply today and we’ll interview you at the event on June 27th!

Join Us as a Personal Support Worker

We care for you, so you can care for others.
You belong at Circle of Care.

For more than 40 years, Circle of Care has earned a reputation as a home care provider of choice and a preferred employer. We recognize the major role Personal Support Workers play in helping older adults live independently at home. A career at Circle of Care provides you with a chance to directly improve the health and quality of life of older adults in your community. And every step along the way we are there to support you.

How is Circle of Care different?

Competitive Wage & Benefits

Circle of Care provides a competitive hourly wage and benefits for our Personal Support Workers. New staff are eligible for an increase in wages with years’ experience with us.

Weekend Hours

All weekend hours worked earn an additional $0.50 premium per hour. Having extensive weekend availability increases the likelihood we can assign you to regular clients. This allows us to provide you a regular and reliable schedule!

Wage Increase from the Ministry of Health

As a government-funded organization, our PSWs receive a $3/hr wage increase from the Ministry of Health for all hours worked after Oct 1, 2020.

Comprehensive Health & Dental Benefits

Full-time PSWs and Homemakers are eligible to enroll in a comprehensive health and dental benefits program that includes family coverage. Enrolment and eligibility are based on meeting full time status requirements as per the collective agreement.

Other Benefits
  • Up to 65% TTC Pass reimbursement
  • Employee discount programs
  • Agency mobile device for scheduling and communication
  • Mental health support

Sense of Community

Our Personal Support Workers have the opportunity to connect virtually with each other during online events and experiences over the course of their careers with Circle of Care.  Examples include a zoom Orientation, the New Hire Support Forum, our Annual PSW Learning Event, and team meetings.  The professional relationships that our PSWs develop are meaningful and long-standing which provide support and connection while working in the community.  We distribute a weekly digital newsletter to our Personal Support Workers to communicate important organizational information, share recognition and ensure our team feels informed.


Circle of Care’s Champions of Care employee recognition program celebrates the outstanding efforts of our employees who go above and beyond their roles to provide exceptional care and support to our clients and their families.  Nominees are celebrated on our rewards-based digital platform called Applause, and award winners are chosen each year in June.  In addition, we also celebrate our Spotlight Awards each December, which include two PSW/Homemaker awards.

In-Person & Online Learning Opportunities

Our Personal Support Workers have the opportunity to take part in online and in-person learning opportunities during their Circle of Care career. Learning starts Day One when our newly hired PSWs take part in Orientation. Once they are out in the community and working with clients, they will continue to have learning opportunities to master their personal support skills and feel confident caring for clients in a variety of situations. Topics that we provide training about include caring for clients with dementia, caring for clients at the end of their life (palliative care), and workplace safety.

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photo of client and PSW

Our Ideal Candidate

As a PSW you understand your clients are dealing with illness or frailty, and simple tasks can be challenging for them.  You want to help make their daily routine more manageable.  Your job involves providing support to seniors living in their homes and by assisting with personal care (i.e. grooming, bathing, dressing, and toileting), meal preparation, light housekeeping, and socialization and emotional support.  You are comfortable travelling to and from client’s homes throughout the day. You take pride and fulfillment from the excellent care you provide to clients and the professional relationships you build with them and their caregivers.  You enjoy collaborating with a multi-disciplinary Circle of Care team including Service Coordinator and Client Services Supervisor.

You have one of the following:

  • Personal Support Worker certificate from a curriculum approved by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities or Ministry of Education OR
  • Developmental Support Worker (DSW) Certification OR
  • RN/RPN student with a minimum successful completion of year one of school OR
  • Foreign-trained Registered Nurse, Registered Practical Nurse, Midwife or Physician

We also accept candidates from the following educational backgrounds:

  • Home Support Worker, Home Support Worker (Level II or Level III) Certification OR
  • Health Care Aide or Personal Attendant PA+2 OR
  • Registered Nurse (RN)/Registered Practical Nurse (RPN)/Paramedic Certificate OR
  • Physiotherapy Assistant/Occupational Therapy Assistant/Communications Disorder Assistant Certificate from a recognized community college OR
  • is registered with and/or successfully completed the Certification exam required to register with the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care (OACYC); OR
  • Foreign-trained Paramedic, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Language Pathologist, Social Worker, Dietician

In addition, we require the following criteria from ALL our candidates:

  • Current Immunization Records
  • Current First Aid/CPR Certificate
  • Fluency in both verbal and written English (additional languages i.e. Russian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tamil, French, Italian, or Spanish are considered an asset)
  • Extensive weekend availability is considered a strong asset
PSW providing support to client.

Learn More about our PSW Role

Hear from members of our Circle of Care hiring team about what it takes to be a PSW, some information about the hiring process, and opportunities PSWs have to grow their career after joining our team.

Tara, shares with Windmill Microlending the top three skills you can develop working as a Personal Support Worker (PSW) in a homecare environment. To learn more, click on the video below!

Celebrating our PSWs through Recognition and Education

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Congratulations to our 2022 Spotlight Award Winners!

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Circle of Care's Spotlight Awards were created to highlight and celebrate the work of our employees.

Marie J: Her Nature for Helping Others

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PSW Marie explains that her role is important in many ways and sometimes she’s the only one her clients have to depend on. “It’s always been in my nature to…

Cynthia D.: A Champion Leader for the Community

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"There will always be challenges and stressful situations that come into your life. It’s how you manage them that’s really important," says Cynthia. As a PSW, Cynthia has specific clients…

Christine H.: An Advocate for Her Clients

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Christine strives each day to bring happiness to her clients. “Making my clients happy motivates me to work harder because I know my help goes a long way for them,"…

Are you interested in working with us?

Circle of Care is committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees, volunteers and clients feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we live and serve, and creating an environment where every employee has the opportunity to reach her/his potential. Circle of Care is a scent-free environment. All employees, volunteers and visitors are expected to refrain from wearing or using scented products while visiting our office or working in the client’s home. We are committed to an environment that is barrier free. If you require accommodation, please inform us in advance. We thank you for your interest in Circle of Care. Only applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

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