Relief Shelter Worker
For 50 years Nellie’s has been providing shelter and support for marginalized women and their children in the Greater Toronto Area. We operate programs and services, for women and their children who had or are experiencing violence, poverty, and homelessness. Nellie’s works to lessen homeless for women and their children whether the cause is family violence, mental health, or any other reason that results in dealing with the impact from trauma.
Our core operations involve our 38-bed emergency shelter for women and their children who are homeless or escaping violent situations. In addition to our shelter, Nellie’s operates Outreach programs that provides after care support and follow-up services to women and their children after they leave the shelter.
Nellie’s is currently looking to hire Relief Shelter Worker. The Shelter Worker is responsible for the direct support and service to women and children in the shelter.
Nellie’s is committed to the development of an agency that reflects the women it serves. This position is open to all women*. Woman* signifies anyone who self-identifies as female, femme and/or woman. This includes transwomen, cisgender women, non- binary people who identify as femme or female presenting. Applications from equity seeking groups are strongly encouraged.
Direct Support and Services
Social Justice, Community Education and Outreach
Nellie’s is committed to the development of an agency that reflects the women it serves. Applications from Aboriginal Women, World Majority Women/Women of Colour, Lesbians, Bisexual Women, Transgendered Women and Women with Disabilities, Women who have experienced Violence and Consumer Survivors are strongly encouraged.
Please email your application to . Only those candidates who will be interviewed will be contacted. The successful candidate will be required to obtain a Police Records Check for the vulnerable sector.
Nellie’s is a unionized workplace with the Workers United Canada Council. This position is within the bargaining unit and as such the terms and conditions of employment are in accordance with the Collective Agreement.
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